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What is flight training like?

All of our training is done on a one-on-one basis. The most common schedule is to fly 2-3 times per week with the average session taking 2 hours. The setup will be catered to you so if you are able to fly only certain days and times, we will work with your schedule as much as possible. Training sessions normally consist of a 15-30 min pre-brief, a 1-1.5 hour flight, and a 15-30 min debrief.


What are your flight instructors like?

All Flight Instructors at Peak Aviation Center are extremely enthusiastic, professional, and dedicated to your success and safety as a pilot. Each instructor has been through years of training that has prepared him/her to impart the joy of aviation to you. We have taken the time to develop a safe and efficient training program, and we will tailor the training to match both your abilities and your schedule.


Each of our instructors is unique and the variations allow you to find the instructor that best suits you. Our instructors are all committed to being the best in the business and we hope that shows every time you fly with us! If you are just starting out, please stop by and we will match you with one of our qualified instructors.


Learn More About Our Flight Instructors

How much does it cost to get a Private Pilot License?

All our estimates for the cost of licensure can be found on the pages for each type of instruction. Click here for our Private Pilot License Instruction page.

What if I want to go further? Can I train beyond private pilot at Peak Aviation Center?

Of course! We have the aircraft and instructors capable of training you from Zero Time through your ATP (Airline Transport Pilot). We also offer Mountain Training, Certified Flight Instructor Training, and more! Please click through the various types of instruction we provide at the top of this page and if you'd like to get some more information about the various ratings we can help you achieve please send us a message or give us a call

Ready to Start Your Flight Training?

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