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When it comes to training for the Private Pilot's Certificate everyone starts in the same place, whether you're heading to the airlines, shooting for that captain's seat in a corporate jet or just ticking off a bucket list item. It's Aviation 101 where you'll learn the basics of how to fly a plane and all of the prerequisites required to keep you safe, out of trouble and in the air.
An instrument-rated pilot can legally fly in clouds, rain, and fog, which broadens their abilities and keeps them in the air instead of being stuck on the ground during inclement weather. Pilots who want to fly in the clouds need to get an instrument rating added on to their private or commercial pilot certificate.
Once you've passed your Commercial Pilot Checkride, you're now on your way to becoming a professional pilot. It's your first step in actually being able to get paid to fly. Jobs at this level are typically entry-level, banner towing, aerial survey, and if inclined flight instructing. (You'll need additional training)
Every pilot will tell you that the day you fly your first solo is a day you’ll never forget. With San Diego Flight School’s ZERO to SOLO Flight Training Module, you can achieve this dream in one simple course.
If you're looking to become a military aviator and need flight training or additional hours to increase your competitiveness for your squadron or command, we can help.
San Diego Flight Center specializes in accelerated flight time-building or hours-building. With our prime location in sunny San Diego, you’ll quickly accumulate the flight time necessary for your next rating or job.