Flight Training

Flight Training (3)

Finish-Up Your Private License or Instrument Rating

Starting at  $79.99 per flight hour! Up to 40% discount on Instruction for private and instrument students.

✈ Most of the pilots who enrol in Daytona Aviation Academy start their training elsewhere. Many had 50 or 60 hours toward their Private or Instrument, but just couldn't get their training completed. They may have gotten frustrated because of a lack of organization, poor curriculum, instructors that left for other employment,

August 27, 2016

Express Time-Building

Fly Multi- or Single-Engine and build yor PIC Flight Experience rapidly and affordably.

 

Time-Building Program

  • Aircraft and Fuel.
  • Instructor (as required for your customized block time program)
  • Checklists and Training Books are available.
  • Flight Operations & Scheduling Services

You will fly cross-country flights to destinations  of your choice, Crew-Style PIC w/Safety Pilot. Non-US Pilots provided with 10 hours Procedures training and checkout.

Usually we fly you for about 1.5-2 hours.

We have full coverage on all our planes. However we encourage all Pilot to get their personal renters insurance. 

All planes are maintained to the highest standards, with strict 50 hours and 100 hour plus the annual inspections

We operate the most efficient planes ever built for this purpose.

Daytona Beach international Airport in the most famous Beach nicest part of Florida. (KDAB)

August 27, 2016

  

To act as pilot in command, pilots must complete a flight review every 24 calendar months. A calendar month means that the endorsement runs to the end of the 24th month. For example,

if your flight review endorsement is dated March 15, 2013, you have 24 calendar months, or until March 31, 2015, to receive your next flight review. The logbook endorsement must be specifically for a flight review. 

Advisory Circular 61-65E suggests using this wording:

I certify that (First name, MI, Last name), (pilot certificate), (certificate #), has satisfactorily completed a flight review of 14 CFR 61.56(a) on (date).
S/S [date] Instructor's name, certificate number and date of expiration.

14 CFR 61.56 requires a minimum of one hour of flight training and one hour of ground training. The only specific requirement is a review of the current general operating and flight rules of  14 CFR Part 91 and, at the discretion of the person giving the flight review, those maneuvers and procedures necessary for the pilot to demonstrate the safe exercise of the privileges of the pilot certificate.

 

Contact us today for more information and to get your career off the ground!

August 27, 2016

Discovery Flight

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