Your Roadmap to Becoming an FAA Licensed Pilot
Your initial certification is the Private Pilot. The Private Pilot Certificate is the gateway to aviation for recreational pilots as well as for aspiring career pilots. Private Pilot training comprises the majority of training that we do at Solberg. Quite simply, it’s what we do best. With a Private Pilot Certificate, you will be able to fly during both day and night as long as you remain clear of clouds while operating under visual flight rules (VFR). You will be able to take your friends and family for rides and trips. Imagine the feeling of flying over a congested roadway on your way to a beach weekend! A Private Pilot is limited, however, because he or she may not be compensated for their flying. If you desire the ability to fly in inclement weather under instrument flight rules (IFR) or to be compensated for your flying, Solberg also offers training towards both your Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot Certificate. These are often the next step after a new pilot earns the Private. Solberg Aviation Co., Inc. trains in reliable Cessna aircraft as utilizes as Cessna’s methods and curriculum.