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How to Schedule

* The schedule is currently set to Read-Only while we transition from a paper system to computer system. You may view the schedule to check availability, but to schedule, please call (908) 534-4000 Ext. 1.

Scheduling Times

Lessons and rentals begin at 9:00 and operate for 1hr, 45min. This gives time for a 1.0-1.5 flight with pre-flight and post-flight briefings. The scheduler will automatically default to 105 minute blocks, but please make sure if you are also scheduling an instructor, that you select that instructor for the same time period. Rental and solo flights do not need to be as strictly adhered to the schedule below, but may be changed to meet the needs of the school, please plan accordingly.

  • 9:00-10:45
  • 10:45-12:30
  • 13:00-14:45
  • 14:45-16:30
  • 16:30-18:15 (Fall/Spring/Summer Only)
  • 18:15-20:00 (Summer Only)
  • Night blocks as directed

Conditions

  • $50 Cancellation fee will be applied to cancellations with less than 24-hours notice
  • Lessons, rentals and solo flights are weather permitting
  • Introductory lessons and first time students must call (908) 534-4000 Ext. 1 to schedule
  • Bookings may be adjusted or moved to meet training requirements, always confirm your schedule

The Private Pilot Certificate is the gateway to everything you can do with aviation. The most common next step is to build up your cross-country time while training for your Instrument Rating. With an Instrument Rating, you can now pursue a Commercial Certificate, Multi-engine Rating, Flight Instructor Certificate, and Airline Transport Pilot. The old adage that the Private Pilot Certificate is your license to learn is true. Even if you have no interest in pursuing additional certifications, at Solberg you can rent the same reliable airplanes you trained in to go on vacations or even just fly locally and practice takeoffs and landings. Take your neighbor up to see their house from above! Getting a tailwheel endorsement or getting checked out in a new airplane a great way to keep your skills sharp. Below is some more information on some of the additional ratings, certifications and training you can look forward to once your hard work pays off and that private pilot check ride is passed with flying colors!

The Instrument Rating is the next big step after earning a Private Pilot Certificate. With the Instrument Rating, the sky is no longer the limit! During the private pilot training and flying, you have been flying using visual references under visual flight rules (VFR). With an Instrument Rating, you will fly and navigate using the flight instruments under instrument flight rules (IFR). These are the same rules and the same systems that airliners and corporate jets use. You’ve just put a lot of time and effort into your Private Pilot Certificate. The Instrument Rating is going to also be challenging, but the reward is worth it. Imagine the feeling of flying through the clouds using the onboard avionics of the airplane to guide you from departure to destination.

Basic Requirements (Consult FAR 61.65 for full list of requirements):

  • Pass an FAA Knowledge test, receive an endorsement from an FAA Certified Flight Instructor, and possess the aeronautical experience below:
  • 50 hours of cross-country flight time
  • 40 hours of flight time in simulated or actual instrument conditions (15 hours from an instrument airplane instructor)
  • 3 hours in the previous 2 calendar months of instrument training from an authorized instructor
  • A cross-country flight over 250 nautical miles under instrument flight rules with an authorized instructor with three different types of instrument approaches

Training Materials:

Solberg Aviation Co., Inc. is a Cessna Pilot Center and uses the Cessna training materials.

Estimated Costs:

Please contact us for a cost estimate. It is difficult to estimate what the costs will be because each instrument student begins with a different amount of experience.

The Commercial Certificate is the gateway to a career in aviation, but it is also the first time that a pilot can earn money in exchange for his or her flying services. Although the flying that can be exchanged for money is limited, and thoroughly defined in the Federal Aviation Regulations, the Commercial Certificate is a pre-requisite of all of the additional certificates required to earn a living as a pilot.

Basic Requirements (Consult FAR 61.129 for full list of requirements):

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Pass an FAA Knowledge test, receive an endorsement from an FAA Certified Flight Instructor, and possess the aeronautical experience below:
  • 250 hours of total flight time
  • 100 hours of Pilot in Command (PIC) flight time
  • 20 hours dual instruction with an authorized instructor
  • 10 hours solo flight
  • 3 hours in the previous 2 calendar months of instrument training from an authorized instructor
  • 5 hours of night vfr flight with 10 takeoffs and landings at an airport with a control tower

Training Materials:

Solberg Aviation Co., Inc. is a Cessna Pilot Center and uses the Cessna training materials.

Estimated Costs:

Please contact us for a cost estimate. It is difficult to estimate what the costs will be because each instrument student begins with a different amount of experience.

Once you have your Commercial Certificate, the next step is to share all of your acquired knowledge to new aspiring pilots. The Certified Flight Instructor, or CFI, is the most rewarding certificate to earn and to use. The feeling when you sign off your first student for a solo or certificate is as exhilarating as when you first experienced these feats. A rewarding career as a flight instructor or chief flight instructor is right around the corner when you build experience giving dual instruction. For pilots that desire a career as an airline or corporate pilot, the CFI is where you build the flight time needed to earn the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) and get that coveted first jet job! Contact us to begin now!

Basic Requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Pass the FAA Knowledge tests required, receive an endorsement from an FAA Certified Flight Instructor, and possess the aeronautical experience below:
  • Commercial Certificate
  • 15 hours pilot in command in the aircraft the rating is sought
  • 3 hours in the previous 2 calendar months of instrument training from an authorized instructor

Training Materials:

Solberg Aviation Co., Inc. is a Cessna Pilot Center and uses the Cessna training materials.

Estimated Costs:

Please contact us for a cost estimate. It is difficult to estimate what the costs will be because each instrument student begins with a different amount of experience.

The FAA requires all pilots to conduct a flight review every 24 calendar months. It is also a requirement of all instrument rated pilots to perform 6 approaches, holding and tracking every 6 months to fly under instrument flight rules. If the pilot has not accomplished those conditions, an instrument proficiency check is required. Using the guidelines of FAA Advisory circular 61-98, the professional instructors at Solberg Airport can conduct both of these checks. A minimum of 1-hour flight and 1-hour ground school is required, but you may enjoy it so much that you want more! Another fun and productive idea is to combine a flight review with a tailwheel endorsement or checkout in a new airplane! Contact us to schedule!

Solberg Airport can help you find a great airplane to fit your needs. With 75 years experience in the business, we are able to advise you on the purchase of any new or used airplane. Another great thing about buying with Solberg is that you can utilize a leaseback arrangement with our flight school. A leaseback, when properly used, can reduce your cost of ownership of an airplane. This arrangement, especially with a new Cessna Aircraft, has been successful for many aircraft owners at our school. Having your aircraft managed efficiently by our team takes away the ownership headaches, reduces your costs and lets you focus on flying and having fun. Contact us right away to get started.

When you are making the jump to turbine equipment, it is necessary to fly with someone experienced in turbine equipment. Our professionals have experience in single-engine and multi-engine turboprops, many corporate jets and even Boeing 747’s. Bring one of us along in the beginning to learn. We are also always available to bring for piece of mind and help in congested airspace and challenging weather conditions for owner-pilots of any skill level.