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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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> Frequently Asked Questions – KC Flight
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> Frequently Asked Questions – KC Flight Frequently Asked Questions – KC Flight
> www.kcflight.com
> KC Flight is Kansas City’s premier flight school and flight instruction. We use mechanically sound Cessna 152s and Cessna 172s. These have been known as the best in …
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> 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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> 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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> Frequently Asked Questions – KC Flight
> 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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> KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction 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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>
> 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 …
>
> 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 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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> KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction 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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> 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 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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> KC Flight – Premier Kansas City Flight Instruction
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> Tom Renfro-“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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Phone: 913.240.1694 / 913.735.4FLY

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