Earning your Recreational Pilot License
The recreational license is intended for just those days when the weather is nice and you would like to fly in the area.
Because of the limited range a Recreational Pilot is permitted to fly from his training airport, the Recreational Certificate requires less flight training.
Below is a detailed list of the requirements for the Recreational Pilot License:
- 30 Flight Hours
- 40 Academic Hours
- Course Registration and Flight Manuals
- Recreatinal Pilot Certificate
- Aircraft Rental
- Ground Instruction
- Pre-Flight Briefing
- Post-Flight Briefing
- Flight Instruction
- FAA Written Exam Fee
- FAA Flight Examiner Fee
- FAA Checkride Aircraft Rental
- Unlimited Personal Tutoring
Course Cost: $6,160
- 16 years to enroll, 17 to earn your license
- Able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
- Able to obtain a 3rd Class Medical Certificate
For more information, email us at Acadian Aviation.