Royal Air, Inc.  

"Home of the King Air 200XP"

 
 

Flight Training

Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 23 years old.
  • Must hold a commercial pilot and instrument certificate without limitations or
  • Meet specific military experience requirements
  • Hold a foreign airline transport pilot or commercial certificate and instrument rating without limitations
  • Current 1st class medical
  • Must be able to read, speak and understand the English language

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

  • Club Dues, 2 Months: $70
  • 5 hours flight time Travelair: $875
  • 5 hours flight instruction: $200
  • 2 hours ground instruction:$80
  • Simulator time: $175
  • Travelair POH: $21
  • Gleim Test Prep: $20
  • FAA Written: $90
  • Examiner's Fee: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost: $1881

Certified Flight Instructor

Prerequisites:

  • hold current Commercial License
  • current medical

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Dues, 4 Months: $120
  • 25 hours in C-172 (Complex) $
  • 25 hours flight instruction: $937.5
  • 40 hours ground instruction: $1500
  • Jeppesen Kit: $255.49
    (covers CFI,CFII,MEI)
  • Written Test (2): $180
  • Estimated Program Cost: $

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument

Prerequisites:

  • hold current Commercial License
  • current medical

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Dues, 2 Months: $70
  • 15 hours in C-172: $
  • 15 hours flight instruction: $562.5
  • 15 hours ground instruction: $562.5
  • Examiner's Fee: $350
  • Written Test: $180
  • Estimated Program Cost: $

Commercial Pilots License

Prerequisites:

  • must hold a private pilot certificate
  • must be at least 18 years of age by certification
  • current medical
  • must be able to read speak and understand the English language
  • must have logged at least 250 hours by completion of program
  • must have completed long cross country flight

About our Program:

The commercial license is your first step to getting paid to fly. We use the Jeppesen Instrument/Commercial training program combined with the Gleim written test prep. Our program is custom built to fit your schedule. Our intent at Sterling is assisting you in getting proficient in the skills you have already been introduced.

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Dues, 2 Months: $70
  • 10 hours in C-172RG: $790
  • 20 hours flight instruction: $750
  • 20 hours ground instruction: $750
  • Jeppesen Kit: $283.95
  • Written Test: $90
  • Checkride: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost $3083.95

Instrument

Prerequisites:

  • must hold a private pilot certificate
  • current medical
  • must be able to read speak and understand the English language

About our Program:

The Instrument rating consist of all dual flight instruction, getting you familiar with flying in Instrument Meteorological Conditions. At Royal Air we recommend that you fly in actual IMC before sitting for your checkride. We use the Jeppesen Instrument training program combined with the Gleim written test prep. our program is custom built to fit your schedule. Before completion of the program you will be familiar items that include Weather, IFR Navigation, and instrument flight rules.

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program will vary depending upon the time you can allocate. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Dues, 6 months: $170
  • 40 hours in C-172: $3160
  • 40 hours flight instruction: $1600
  • 20 hours ground instruction: $800
  • Jeppesen Kit: $283.95
  • Written Test: $90
  • Checkride: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost: $6435.95

Multi Engine Instructor-MEI

Prerequisites:

  • must hold a private pilot certificate
  • current medical
  • must be able to read speak and understand the English language

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Dues, 4 Months: $120
  • 25 hours in Beech Travelair: $4375
  • 25 hours flight instruction: $1000
  • 20 hours ground instruction: $800
  • Jeppesen Kit: $250.00
  • Written Test: $90
  • Checkride: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost: $6985

Multi Engine Rating

Prerequisites:

  • must hold a current private pilot certificate
  • current medical
  • must be able to read speak and understand the English language

About our Program:

The multi engine rating consist of all dual flight instruction in our Beech Travelair. Our program is custom built to fit your schedule.

Program Length:

The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly depending on your schedule. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training.

Price Breakdown:

There are no minimum flight hours required by the FAA for the multi engine rating add on. Through experience we have found that proficiency is usually obtained around 10 flight hours.

  • 10 hours in Beech Travelair: $1750
  • 10 hours flight instruction: $375
  • 10 hours ground instruction: $375
  • Jeppesen Kit: $95.25 w/video
  • Checkride: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost: $2945.25

Flight Training:

Private Pilots License:

Whether you are starting a career in aviation, or a new hobby, you will receive the same high standard of training at Sterling. You will learn the fundamentals of flight, aircraft systems, airport and radio communications, practice basic flight maneuvers, and perfect the skills needed to ‘solo’. You will also learn FAA regulations, navigation, and flight planning. After you have passed the FAA written exam, and demonstrated competency with all of the above, you will take your practical test with an FAA examiner. After passing the practical test you will be a certified private pilot.

Prerequisites:

  • must be 17 years of age by completion of program
  • must be able to pass medical to serve as students license
  • must be able to read speak and understand the English language

About our Program:

Our program is custom built to fit your schedule.

Program Length:

Our program is built to fit your schedule. The length of time it takes to complete the program varies greatly. Few people finish in less than one month, and some may take from six months to a year depending on their schedules and finances. We encourage our students to commit to three one hour lessons per week for optimum retention, as this schedule has proven to be the most cost effective way of training. The prices below are based upon FAA minimum requirements. The national average is 60-70 hours of flight time.

Price Breakdown:

This breakdown is based on the minimum hour requirements issued by the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Club Membership Dues, 4 months: $120
  • 40 hours in 172 150: $3680
  • 20 hours flight instruction: $800
  • 20 hours ground instruction: $800
  • Private Kit: $250.00
  • Medical: $90 (minimum)
  • Written Test: $90
  • Checkride: $350
  • Estimated Program Cost: $6180