Discovery Flight

pic1.jpgThere is nothing more exhilarating than the excitement of flying an airplane. Beginning with the thrill of lifting off into the sky on takeoff, and finally concluding with the tingling sense of accomplishment earned from completion of a perfect landing. There is no activity on earth to compare with flying an airplane. Flying can be rapid and direct transportation to a remote vacation or a distant job site. It can mean taking your friends for some sightseeing and photography. You may transport an important client to survey a parcel of real estate from the air. You could be looking for a new and exciting career as a professional pilot. Maybe you’re a businessperson wanting to efficiently travel directly from the Ukiah area, on your own schedule, not at the airline’s convenience. As a private pilot, you will have access to all of the airports served by the airlines, plus some 12,000 airports across the nation that the airlines do not reach.

Aviation training consists of flight and ground lessons with each complimenting the other. Lessons are planned around your schedule. The cost of earning your Private Pilot Certificate is dependent in part upon how regularly you fly. As with all skills we each learn at different rates. Plan to budget approximately $6,500.00 ± over a five or six month schedule to acquire a skill that will last a lifetime! All it takes to get started is a telephone call!

Interested, but not sure you'll enjoy flight training? Schedule a $99.00 introductory flight. But don’t come prepared to be a spectator. After a briefing by the instructor, a walk-around inspection of the airplane, you will strap into the pilot's seat—and do most of the flying. Further questions? Just give me a call. I look forward to flying with you!

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Ukiah Aviation

Ukiah CA Airport

(707) 463-2655

 

Flying Is...

"I confess that in 1901, I said to my brother Orville that man would not fly for fifty years . . . Ever since, I have distrusted myself and avoided all predictions." >Wilbur Wright, in a speech to the Aero Club of France, 1908.