Professional Pilot Program
Single and Multiengine
Our Professional Pilot Program (ProPP) will prepare you to be a commercial pilot capable of flying both single and multiengine airplanes.
Your training will begin with a private pilot certificate, the foundation for the rest of your training. In this phase (Phase 1) you will learn how to fly the airplane competently and safely by yourself in day and night conditions.
After the private you will begin Phases 2 and 3, the instrument and commercial phases, concurrently. These phases will give you the skills that you need to fly in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC), or “in the clouds.” Upon completion of the instrument and commercial phases of the training you will have a little more than 200 hours of flight time and you will be eligible to earn money as a commercial pilot in both single and multiengine airplanes.
Below is a break-down of the approximate hours of training that you will undergo for each phase of training. Individual experiences will vary. All students must meet the minimum standards of the appropriate FAA practical test standards (PTS) to be eligible to take the FAA practical test of each phase.
Additional Expenses - All Students
Books and Materials
Ground School - Recommended but optional
FAA Knowledge Test
Additional Expenses - International Students
TSA NATA Fingerprint Fee
Resource Per Hour Rate 25 Hour Block Rate 50 Hour Block Rate
*FTD - Flight Training Device
1. These hours are based on SAA Syllabi. Individual experiences will vary. All students must meet the minimum standards of the appropriate FAA practical test standards (PTS) to be eligible to take the FAA practical test of each phase.
2. All Prices subject to change.
3. Block rates require compliance with SAA payment schedule.
4. FAA practical and knowledge tests are not included.
5. Books and materials are not included.
Cessna 150 $115 $110 $105
Cessna 172 $150 $145 $140
Cessna 172RG $165 $160 $155
BE-76 Duchess $250 $245 $240
FTD* $75 $70 $65
Instruction $75 $70 $65