Discover a deeper purpose. Learn to fly.
People have many different reasons why they decide to learn how to fly. Some of these reasons range from someone who just wants to fly for fun, to someone who wants to make a career of flying. Whatever your reasons for learning are, we’re here behind you every step of the way. Our instructors are not just instructors; they’re your mentors too.
We know that at first glance, the idea of learning to fly an airplane can seem very overwhelming. However, learning to fly isn’t all that difficult–and we make learning even easier by breaking down the process in an easy-to-understand way. We work at your pace and with your learning style, and we are personally committed to seeing you grow into a safe, confident, and proficient pilot.
Our Training Fleet
Vegas Aviation operates a fleet of three Cessna 172N aircraft equipped with Garmin G5 EFIS displays and Garmin 430W GPS. For multi-engine training, we operate a Baron 95-A55 equipped with a Garmin 430W GPS. All of our training aircraft are rigorously maintained to maximize uptime as well as safety.
- Cessna 172N $150/hr.
Vegas Aviation operates a fleet of three 160hp Cessna 172N aircraft equipped with Garmin G5 EFIS displays, and Garmin 430W GPS.
- Baron 95-A55 $450/hr.
For multi-engine training, Vegas Aviation operates a Beechcraft Baron 95-A55. The aircraft is equipped with two 260hp engines (520hp total), as well a Garmin 430W GPS.
- Flight Instruction $50/hr.
All flight instruction at Vegas Aviation is billed in addition to the hourly cost of the aircraft.
How far can Vegas Aviation take you?
We're able to provide training through the following certificates and ratings:
Certificated Flight Instructor
Airline Transport Pilot
High Performance Endorsement
Certificated Flight Instructor-Instrument