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Private Pilot

Make your Dream a reality!

Learning to fly, is a rewarding and exhilarating experience. Whether you are an aspiring airline pilot or just seeking the thrill of flying, the journey begins with obtaining a Private Pilots License.

It is the most common pilot’s license in the U.S. and allows individuals to take leisure trips to just about any destination without the aid of a flight instructor.

Getting your private pilot certificate is a long and joyous journey and it couldn’t be easier than with our comprehensive training program.

Our curriculum is tailored to fit your schedule and needs. During your training, there will be an equal balance of ground and flight training.

Flight training consists of actual flying, practicing takeoffs, landings, and various other flight maneuvers.

Ground training consists of classroom time  learning aerodynamics, airplane systems, weather theory, and regulations.

Not quite sure if you’re ready to fly an airplane all by yourself?

Find out for yourself!

Come Fly with us, set up a Demo Flight and see if the sky is not the limit.

Instrument Rating

Don’t like “Blackout” Days with your flying License?

To avoid “Blackout Days”, the next step after your Private Pilot Certificate is the Instrument Rating. Acquiring the instrument rating opens up a whole new world of flying.

When you fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) you can fly in the clouds without reference with ground or horizon.

Without your instrument rating, you would be restricted to VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and could only operate on clear days.

This new freedom offers you the ability to go anywhere, anytime, day or night, rain or shine.

Earning an instrument rating is not only an increase in responsibility it is a growth opportunity for pilots to work in the same system as the big guys (airline pilots).

Multi-tasking will be at the focus of your training. Once instrument rated, you will notice a great increase in your safety level, as well as your overall proficiency.

If you’ve been flying for years without your instrument rating, you’re probably tired of getting socked in and restricted due to a thin layer of clouds.

If you’re ready to take the next step, then let’s fly into the clouds and get stared on your Instrument Rating.

Our instructors have years of experience teaching in the IFR world.

YOU can get your Instrument Rating in as little as 10 days with the accelerated 10-Day Instrument Course.

We are here to fit your needs and your schedule.

Commercial Rating
 Commercial Pilot
“Be one of the “Big Boys”!
Are you longing to fly for the airlines, as a flight instructor, or a charter pilot? Well, these and hundreds of other flying careers have one thing in common: they all require a commercial pilot’s certificate. Even if you don’t want to use your wings to earn your paycheck, commercial training gives you the skills to fly complex aircraft with the precision and safety margins that airline passengers have come to take for granted. Not to mention, it lowers your insurance rates!

When you train for your commercial certificate with Mann Aviation, you are training with the best! You will conduct your training in one of the best maintained Cessna 172RG (single-engine) or a                         (multi-engine).

In addition to the maneuvers you mastered while earning your private pilot certificate and instrument rating, you will learn additional, maximum performance maneuvers such as the chandelle, lazy-8 and eights-on-pylons. This training will build your precision, coordination, planning, orientation and overall smoothness on the controls. After completion of your training, your proficiency and skill level will sky rocket to be on par with airline pilots.

Advanced Training

What is a FAA flight review?

For holders of pilot certificates issued by the United States Federal Aviation Administration a flight review (previously the FAA referred to this as a biennial flight review, usually abbreviated BFR) is a review required of every active holder of a U.S. pilot certificate at least every 24 calendar months.

Coming up on 2 years? Has it been a while since your last flight with an FAA examiner or instructor? Let’s go flying and get you back up to speed. Regulations are changing every year, but many remain the same. The Flight Review is just that, a review. Our goal as flight instructors is to ensure that you are a safe pilot, while refreshing your memory on regulations and information that may have been forgotten over the years. With Pacific Air’s detailed Flight Review, you’ll be able to get back into flying with knowledge as fresh as can be. In addition, you’ll receive study materials to take home so that you can always review FAA regulations and information. Send us an email and let’s get you back in the air!