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Once purchasing the annual club membership you'll have exclusive access to the club aircraft and instructors. Your flying journey awaits!

Annual Club Membership: $3,000

With club access, you unlock...

Sport Pilot

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 60 hours

Flight Instruction: 50 hours

Ground Instruction: 30 hours

Average cost: $15,000*

Certified Flight Instructor

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 20 hours

Flight Instruction: 20 hours

Ground Instruction: 40 hours

Average cost: $8,000*

Private Pilot

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 80 hours

Flight Instruction: 60 hours

Ground Instruction: 40 hours

Average cost: $18,000*

Time-Building

Aircraft Rental: Unlimited Club rental.

Average cost: $100/hr.*

Instrument Rating

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 50 hours

Flight Instruction: 50 hours

Ground Instruction: 50 hours

Average cost: $15,000*

Flight Reviews

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 2 hours

Flight Instruction: 2 hours

Ground Instruction: 2 hours

Average cost: $600*

Commercial License

Average training hours:

Aircraft Rental: 10 hours

Flight Instruction: 10 hours

Ground Instruction: 20 hours

*FAA Requirement minimum of 250 hours flight experience.

Average cost: $4,000*

Aircraft Checkouts

*Varies based on aircraft.

*Club instructors will provide training in your personally owned aircraft; only instructor time is billable.

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At FFC, we provide TRANSPARENT and REALISTIC quotes. Therefore...

***Prices may vary based on the student's individual needs and progress. Every student is unique and learns at a different pace. Thus, each student pilot will spend differently throughout the course of their training (Yes, more or less than the average cost listed above).

Here's how to save money:

STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!!

There's a saying in aviation...10% of acquiring a pilot's license is flying, 90% of it is studying the knowledge. Every professional pilot spends far more time studying than they do actually flying. The more a student studies independently with the resources provided by the club, the less money they will spend on flight and ground instruction, which lowers the overall cost of flight training required for licensing.

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