A Modern Flight Training Experience
Piston2Jet is actively seeking aircraft for leaseback to our training operation. We will guide you through the process of leasing your existing aircraft or finding you an aircraft to purchase for lease.
Ask us how we can get you the endorsements you need such as tailwheel, high performance, complex and CFI spin. Our instructor cadre will work with you to meet your individual needs.
Using our simulator we can provide instrument currency training and rental, systems training and supplement our primary training programs with a low cost per hour training tool with fantastic results.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's your instructor staff like? Are they experienced? - At Piston2Jet we aim to provide the best flight training experience possible. We can do this by providing the most experienced instructor staff in the region who, collectively, have a vast experience base from careers in military aviation, corporate aviation, and the airlines.
Who maintains and inspects your aircraft? - Our aircraft are maintained in-house by on-staff maintenance personnel so that we can have an elevated level of quality control that you just can't get when you farm out maintenance to third party vendors.
What types of flight training do you offer? - We provide flight training to those seeking a private pilot's license all the way up to providing advanced and technical flight training to aviation organizations and professionals.
Can we visit your flight school before making a decision on where to train? - Yes! We encourage everyone seeking information on flight training to do as much research as possible which includes visiting all of the flight schools in your local area.
Do you offer introductory flight lessons? - Yes! We offer 30 and 60 minute introductory flight lessons for those in the research phase of starting flight training as well as to those who want to try something new. Introductory flight lessons make great gifts!
How much does flight training costs? - The cost will vary upon the type of training you're doing, the airplane being used, and your commitment to the effort. A private pilot's license can cost between $9,000 and $15,000 overall and take anywhere between three months to a year to complete. The more often you train, the harder you study, and the more time you commit to the effort the less you'll spend and the less time it will take overall. One of the largest factors is the hourly rental of the airplane used for your training.
What other services does Piston2Jet provide in the flight training market? - In addition to primary through advanced flight training we also host free aviation career seminars annually, conduct educational topic seminars, provide career guidance and counseling to schools and universities, provide government aviation services, and host unique flight training opportunities.