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Pilot Training

AeroStar is your best choice for pilot training from zero experience to airline – ready.

Our school uniquely combines both general aviation flight training & airliner simulation training, all in one great location!
This rare combination of capabilities allows our trainees to accomplish their flight training needs from private pilot all the way through the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) licensing, and certification on Airbus A320 or Boeing B737 airliners.

Reasons Pilots Choose Us:
  • Most flexible scheduling
  • Most competitive pricing
  • Location (Great weather!)
  • Full-service school
  • Unique offering
Key Benefits of Training with AeroStar:
  • Convenient and easy-to-use courseware gives you the flexibility to learn at home and arrive well prepared for your ground and flight training.
  • World-class, computer-based or classroom-based Ground School Training that gives you the solid knowledgebase needed to pass your FAA Knowledge Test and check ride oral.
  • Technically Advanced Airplanes (TAA)s are utilized for Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, and CFI training, making it unnecessary to change aircraft. Not having to re-learn aircraft systems and operations will simplify and accelerate your training, saving you time and money.
  • Advanced Aviation Training Devices (AATD)s providing realistic flight experiences without leaving the ground, are used to supplement training which greatly reduces costs.
  • You’ll work with experienced Certified Flight Instructors and airline faculty having a passion for teaching – they care about your success and will spend the time needed to ensure that you understand the material, stay motivated, and accomplish your aviation goals.
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Join our 141 ab initio program

integrated pathway to an airline pilot

PRIVATE PILOTS

instrument rating

COMMERCIAL PILOT

certified flight instructor

Airline Transport Pilot

ATP/CTP

professional pilot program
Type Ratings

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Commercial Airplane Single Engine Land​

We offer a Part 141 and Part 61 Commercial Pilot Single Engine Airplane Course for Private Pilot and Instrument Rating holders who plan to start their Commercial Pilot Career Under part 141, We Offer Two Course options, The traditonal and shortend.

The shortened Part 141 course option includes 120 Hours of flight time of which 55 hours are dual and 35 hours ground instruction.

The traditional Part 61 course option includes 150 hours of flight time.

The first course option includes 40 hours of classroom based ground school, 45 hours of flight time in Beechcraft BE76 fleet, 5 hours in AATD, 1 written test and 1 practical test.

The traditional course option includes 120 hours of flight time (78 hours flight time in a G1000 and 44 hours flight time in a BE76), 5 hours in an AATD, 1 written test and 1 practical test.

The course includes 6 hours of ground/classroom instruction, 12 hours of flight time in G1000 equipped Cessna C172 fleet, and 1 practical test with no written test.

Commercial Single Engine Add On Course​

We offer part 61 Add on corse for private and commercial pilots looking to add single engine priviledges to their license.

AIRCRAFT AND SIMULATORS
  • Our Single-engine aircraft, Cessna C172S Skyhawk Technically Advanced Airplane (TAA), is utilized for the Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot, and Certified Flight Instructor Courses. A Redbird FMX Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) supplements these programs, and greatly reduces customer costs.
  • The Piper Seneca is utilized for multi-engine courses and training.
Our Ideal Location:
  • Our Pilot School is located at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport (KISM), in Kissimmee, Florida. We are the closest airport to the many theme parks, attractions, fabulous dining and shopping that Central Florida offers.
  • Our blue skies and sunshine make it the perfect place for flight training!
  • This Class "D" Airport is towered and offers 2 asphalt paved runways (5,001 x 150 ft. and 6,001 x 100 ft.) supplied with multiple instrument approaches.
  • Numerous uncongested practice areas are available for flight training.

Additional Individual Courses

Private Pilot Course

Whats included?

Our FAA part 141 Private Pilot Course includes 35 total flight hours,30 hours of dual flight instruction and 5 hours of solo flight, and 35 hours of ground/classroom instruction.

Successful completion of the Private practical course (including FAA written and practical examination) will allow the pilot to act as Pilot-in-Command(PIC) of an aircraft carrying passengers or property.

Instrument Training

We offer an FAA 141 Instrument Airline Rating Course for Private Pilot Certificate Holders who wish to fly in conditions where the weather is below the minimums of Visual Flying Rules. The course is also intended for pilots with desire to improve their flying accuracy, technique and ability as a pilot.

Whats included?

The course includes 35 hours Dual instruction and 30 hours of ground instruction.

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Training and Courses Offered:

Part 141 - Private Pilot Certification Course

Includes a minimum of 35 hours flight time:

  • 30 Hours Dual Flight Training
  • 5 Hours Solo Flight Time

35 Hours Combined Ground Training:

  • Web-based ground training through a self-study course that is instructor monitored.
  • Additional Instructor lead ground training, including preflight and postflight briefings

Enrollment Requirements:

  • Must be 16 prior to solo flight
  • Must hold a valid and current FAA Medical and Student Pilot Certificate
  • Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English

Instrument Rating

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Part 141 - Instrument Rating

Includes a Minimum of 35 Hours of Dual Flight Training

  • Minimum of 21 hours flight training in a Technically Advanced Airplane
  • Maximum of 14 hours training in an Advanced Aviation Training Device

30 Hours Combined Ground Training

  • Web-based ground training through a self-study course
  • Additional Instructor lead ground training, including preflight and postflight briefings

Enrollment Requirements:

  • Must hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate (Airplane Single Engine Land)
  • Must have a current and valid FAA Medical
  • Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English
  • Our Pilot School is located at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport (KISM), in Kissimmee, Florida. We are the closest airport to the many theme parks, attractions, fabulous dining and shopping that Central Florida offers.
  • Our blue skies and sunshine make it the perfect place for flight training!
  • This Class "D" Airport is towered and offers 2 asphalt paved runways (5,001 x 150 ft. and 6,001 x 100 ft.) supplied with multiple instrument approaches.
  • Numerous uncongested practice areas are available for flight training.

Commercial Pilot

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Part 141 - Commercial Pilot (Airplane Single-Engine Land)

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Includes a Minimum of 120 hours flight time

>> 55 hours dual flight training

>> 65 hours PIC/Solo (minimum of 10 hours must be solo)

35 Hours Combined Ground Training:

>> Must be 18 years old prior to course graduation.

>> Must hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate (Airplane Single Engine Land)

>> Must hold an instrument rating, or be concurrently enrolled in an Instrument Course

>> Must hold a valid and current FAA medical

>> Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English.

Enrollment Requirements:

>> Must be 18 years old prior to course graduation.

>> Must hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate (Airplane Single Engine Land)

>> Must hold an instrument rating, or be concurrently enrolled in an Instrument Course

>> Must hold a valid and current FAA medical

>> Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English.

Certified Flight Instructor

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Part 141 - Certified Flight Instructor (Airplane Single- Engine Land)

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25 Hours Minimum Dual Flight Training:

Minimum of 10 hours flight training in a Technically Advanced Airplane

40 Hours Minimum Ground Training:

Web-based online self-study ground training course

Additional Instructor lead ground training, including preflight and postflight briefings

Enrollment Requirements:

Must be 18 years old by course graduation

Hold at least a Commercial Pilot Certificate (Airplane Single Engine Land)

Hold an Instrument Rating (Airplane Single Engine Land)

Be able to read, speak, write, and understand English

Coming Soon:

Part 141 – Commercial Multi-Engine Add-On"

Minimum 15 Hours Dual Flight Instruction

Minimum 15 Hours Ground Training:

- Web-based self-study online course.

- Additional Instructor lead ground training, including preflight and postflight briefings.

Enrollment Requirements:

- Must hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate (ASEL).

- Must hold a valid and current FAA Medical.

- Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English.

About Kissimmee Gateway Airport

KISSIMMEE GATEWAY AIRPORT (ISM)

Built in 1942, Kissimmee Airport is owned and operated by the City of Kissimmee and A 2V2ilable for a variety of aviation developments. Thc airport is strategically located by an extensive transportation network, including thc Florida Turnpike, Interstate 4, and Osceola Parkway.

Why Kissimmee Gateway Airport?

Kissimmee Gateway Airport is the closest airport to the theme parks and convention centers and is a popular private .rport for VIP’s visiting Central Florida. The airport coves 900 acres and h. rnorc than 75 acres of non-aviation real estate, and over 140 acres of aviation real estate available for development. The airport is home to diverse range of aviation and non-aviation companies, drawn by is developed infrastructure and numerous incentives.

Kissimmee is Pro-Business

Florida’s pro-business state tax polices and competitive cost of doing business arc big advantages for a company. Business dollars go further here given Florida’s limited corporate taxes and no personal incomc taX. This busines friendly VITIosphere continues within the City of Kissimmee.

>>> Please note that the FAA hour requirements are to be thought of as minimums only. Actual time required will vary based on individual needs. The goal is to prepare you to be a competent, proficient pilot up to Airman Certification Standards. We also offer Part 61 training in all courses.