Private Pilot License

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Private Pilot License 2019-12-30T01:57:47+00:00

Project Description

KC Flight – Private Pilot License

Everybody starts out as a private pilot
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> Private Pilot Package: $6,990.00 Guarantee.
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> This includes 30 Lessons at an average of $233.00 each. Pay as you go. 30 x $233
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> 30 lessons 1.5 hours each. 45hrs and take the check-ride

With pre-flight and post plan 2 hours for 90 minutes in the air.
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> 2 lessons per week and you will finish in 15 weeks.
> 2 lessons per day and you will finish in 15 days.
> 1 lessons per week and you will finish in 30 weeks. (minimum required)
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> Most of our students finish between 3 to 6 months just depends on how often you schedule a lesson.
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> Lessons order may need to be adjusted for weather and/or the comfort level of the student.
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> Intro Lesson make sure the student has fun and gets to fly.
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> 1st lesson – The student flies the plane not the instructor. Introduce the
> student to all maneuvers. No expectation of proficiency. No expectation of
> them completing maneuvers on their own. Student is introduced to everything
> on the check-ride. I start with a 90 degree standard rate bank turn to the
> left then to the right. Then turn with just rudder pedals. Notice the
> difference between left turn and right. Now double standard rate to the
> left 90 degrees. Now double standard rate 180 degrees. Now double standard
> rate 360 degrees. Now try 45 degree bank 360 degrees. Same thing. I talk
> them through all maneuvers assisting as needed. Very gentle and slow on the
> stalls. Don’t scare them. DON’T LET THEM SCARE THEMSELVES. Back to the
> airport two or three touch and go’s. Instructor will be doing 90% of the
> landing with the students riding the controls.
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> 2nd lesson – Take off depart the airport area practice a few steep turns.
> Return to the airport for an hour or more of touch and go’s. Objective is
> by the end of the lesson the student should be able to TALK me through the
> traffic pattern and landing. Air speed, Air speed, Air speed.
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> 3rd lesson – Take off depart the airport area practice a couple of gentle
> stalls. Return to the airport for an hour or more of touch and go’s.
> Objective is by the end of the lesson the student should be able to do
> everything but the last ten feet. Air speed, Air speed, Air speed. I start
> working in a few emergency no power landings. These should be very similar
> to a normal landing just closer pattern.
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> 4th lesson – Take off depart the airport area practice a couple of turns
> around a point and s-turn. Return to the airport for an hour or more of
> touch and go’s. Objective is by the end of the lesson the student should be
> able to do everything. Maybe not a perfect landing but we both know that
> if I wasn’t there they could get the plane on the ground. Air speed, Air
> speed, Air speed. A few more emergency no power landings a soft field and a
> short field. These should be very similar to a normal landing. FROM THIS
> LESSON ON…student should bring a print out of practice written exam. Score
> is not an issue. It just identifies areas that the student needs to work on.
> Student and instructor should briefly discuss items they missed. Student
> can schedule ground school for items the do not understand.
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> 5th lesson – Stay in the pattern an hour and a half of touch and go’s. The
> student should be able to consistently land the plane. With no assistance.
> At least one of these first 5 lessons must include crosswind landings. Even
> if you have to go use an alternate airport to find crosswinds. The worse
> the x-wind the better the lesson. Discuss practice written Provide written
> specific to aircraft.
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> 6th Lesson -Discuss practice written exams- Another practice check-ride ALL
> maneuvers. DO NOT LET THE STUDENT SCARE THEM SELF. Everything slow simple
> and easy. back to the pattern. A few touch and goes. If the student is
> ready and the wind is right down the runway or calm. GET OUT OF THE PLANE.
> Let them solo. 3 or 4 touch and go’s
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> 7th Lesson – If the student is not ready then the 7th lesson needs to be a
> distraction. Go on a x-country. Go on an IFR flight. Go fly at night.
> Just take the pressure and expectation off.
> Next lesson back to touch and go’s
> If the students 6th lesson was solo. Then the seventh lesson should be
> another practice check-ride. Define the practice area. A few touch and go’s.
> Second solo. Student flies to the practice area does a few turns, returns
> to the airport for a few touch and goes. Discuss practice written
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> 8th lesson student solo rent the plane – no instructor – repeat lesson 7.
> Student shouldn’t attempt any maneuver that they are not comfortable with.
> Discuss practice written
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> 9th lesson ifr/night cross country lesson with instructor. Discuss practice
> written
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> 10th lesson day cross country lesson with instructor. Same airport same
> course as lesson 9. Discuss practice written.
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> 11th lesson student repeats 9th lesson solo. Same Airports. Same course.
> Discuss practice written
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> 12th lesson student repeats 10th lesson reverses course adds one addition
> stop. Discuss practice written
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> 13th lesson student plans and flys there own solo cross country. Discuss
> practice written
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> 14th lesson 10 night landings. Discuss practice written
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> 15th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with. Discuss practice
> written
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> 16th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with. Discuss practice
> written
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> 17th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with. If the student
> hasn’t passed written they need to schedule ground school.
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> 18th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with.
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> 19th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with.
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> 20th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with.
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> Lessons 21 through 26. You can let the student practice check-ride
> maneuvers on their own. SOLO. These lessons can be adjusted. You might
> need some of them pre-solo. If the student needs you to fly the cross
> country with them again before they do it solo. You might have to swap some
> things around to be flexible. Students should know that if they don’t solo
> until the 13th lesson they are still on schedule to finish in less than 45
> hours.
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> 27th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with.
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> 28th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. Last half hour focus on
> one maneuver that the student had the most problems with. Schedule
> check-ride.
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> Ground school -prep for oral
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> 29th lesson fly dual cross country to check-ride.
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> 30th lesson first hour complete practice check-ride. THIS SHOULD BE
> COMPLETED ONE HOUR BEFORE CHECK-RIDE.
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> Land and start the Oral Exam with FAA Designated Examiner followed by the
> check-ride.
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> www.kcflight.com
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> What pilot certificates are available? Sport Pilot limited to 2 person aircraft’s that have a max weight of less than 1320lbs. Private Pilot normal entry level Pilot …
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> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> www.kcflight.com<http://www.kcflight.com > KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction
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> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction
> www.kcflight.com
> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> What pilot certificates are available? Sport Pilot limited to 2 person aircrafts that have a max weight of less than 1320lbs. Private Pilot normal entry level Pilot …
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> Frequently Asked Questions – KC Flight
> www.kcflight.com<http://www.kcflight.com > KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction
> www.kcflight.com
> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction
> www.kcflight.com
> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> If you want to learn to fly make sure it is with KC Flight. KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna …
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> What pilot certificates are available? Sport Pilot limited to 2 person aircrafts that have a max weight of less than 1320lbs. Private Pilot normal entry level Pilot …
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> Tom Renfro-“cfi@kcflight.com<mailto:cfi@kcflight.com” > Cell 1-913-240-1694
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> 211.00 per lesson covers the plane and instructor and ground school for 1.5 hours of logged time.
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> You dont need a headset we have them
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> The rest is on your own
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> Medical is about $100.00
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> Written exam is $165.00
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> Checkride is $450.00

Tom Renfro-“cfi@kcflight.com”
Cell 1-913-240-1694

Tom Renfro-“cfi@kcflight.com”
Cell 1-913-240-1694

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5 Aero Plaza New Century, KS 66031

Phone: 913.240.1694 / 913.735.4FLY

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