PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE
PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE

Let’s take the first step in learning to fly by earning your pilot’s license.
Fly on your terms and schedule. With the private license, you can fly for pleasure or business purposes.

Couple in aircraft

Robert Phillips will instruct you on:

  • Flying under Visual Flight Rules (VFR)
  • Flight planning
  • Navigation
  • Airport procedures
  • Aircraft systems
  • Take off and landing techniques
  • Execution of flight maneuvers
  • Safety and emergency procedures

With a pilot’s license, you’ll fly your family, friends, and business associates to any place with an airport. Often the smaller airports are less congested and more convenient for your needs than the big regional or international ones. Contact Robert Phillips today and start your journey to becoming a pilot

COMPLEX TRANSITION

Let’s take the first step in learning to fly by earning your pilot’s license.
Fly on your terms and schedule. With the private license, you can fly for pleasure or business purposes.

Already have your pilot’s license but want to fly a complex aircraft? You need a complex endorsement from a certified flight instructor. Robert Phillips instructs you on a complex aircraft’s systems and operations.

A complex aircraft has:

  • Retractable landing gear
  • Moveable flaps
  • Controllable pitch propeller

You’ll receive required ground and flight training on the complex aircraft. Once successfully completing training, you’ll meet the requirements for your complex endorsement. Upgrade your skills with Robert Phillips. Contact him today.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE TRANSITION

Let’s take the first step in learning to fly by earning your pilot’s license.
Fly on your terms and schedule. With the private license, you can fly for pleasure or business purposes.

Pilot in the aircraft cockpit

You want to fly that Piper Cherokee 6 or Bonanza. It’s time to upgrade your skills and earn a high-performance endorsement. When an engine has more than 200 horsepower, it’s required that the pilot have additional ground and flight training on the aircraft’s systems. This is a one-time endorsement.

The amount of training depends on your proficiency and experience:

  • Experienced pilot—5 to 10 hours in a high-performance aircraft
  • Newly licensed pilot—10 to 20 hours in a high-performance aircraft

Licensed flight instructor, Robert Phillips, provides you with log ground and flight training. Contact him now and start today.

INSTRUMENT RATING

Let’s take the first step in learning to fly by earning your pilot’s license.
Fly on your terms and schedule. With the private license, you can fly for pleasure or business purposes.

When flying with an IFR rating you greatly increase the utility of the airplane. You’re not restricted by visual flight rules because you fly primarily with the aid of instruments. As a result, it raises the safety factor considerably, when it comes to inclement weather. VFR gives you a slice of safety, IFR gives you the total package.

This includes:

  • Lifts the restriction of not flying in clouds
  • Greater ability to get from point A to point B safely
  • Increased nighttime flying safety
  • Can complete trip under most weather conditions

Contact Robert Phillips and earn your instrument rating.

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COMMERCIAL PILOTS LICENSE

The Commercial Pilots License is the first step toward a career as a professional pilot.

Airplane flying on blue sky

This allows you to be paid for doing what you love because once you have this license you can be compensated for flying. You don’t have to be instrument rated to be a commercial pilot; however, if you don’t have your instrument rating, you can only fly, for hire, during the day and within 50 nautical miles (93km).

There are some requirements when going for your Commercial Pilots license that you must meet:

  • Specific number of hours on a complex airplane
  • Specific number of hours on turbine -powered aircraft
  • A Rating for each type of airplane flown

Contact Robert Phillips and start the process to becoming a commercial pilot.

RUSTY PILOT

Life gets in the way. As a result of circumstances and interests, you’ve taken a breather from flying.

But now you have the time and are ready to hit the runway again. The good news is you don’t have to start from scratch. Once a pilot, always a pilot. It’s not necessary to take another test or check ride. Pilot certificates never expire. All you need is a Biennial Flight Review. This is a formal way of saying Flight Review.

With Robert Phillips in the right seat you’ll:

  • Formulate a plan
  • Regain confidence
  • Become a safe pilot again

Take it one step at a time and you’ll be back in the cockpit in no time. Contact Robert Phillips today.

Pilot or mechanic in a full flight gear next to retro military aircraft
FINISH UP PROGRAM

You haven’t crossed the finish line yet.

Pilot in cockpit.

You’re motivated to take your practical test but just not ready. There are many reasons why you haven’t reached the point. The first step is an in-person meeting to discuss with Robert Phillips why you didn’t finish and your current circumstances. The result of the meeting will be selecting the right course to proceed. One honest possible recommendation may be to stay with your current school. Or in cases when a change is necessary, make and implement a plan that allows you to complete your training.

Robert Phillips will:

  • Review all maneuvers
  • Assure that maneuvers are within ACS standards
  • Assist you in efficiently meeting your goal

Once proficiently performing the requirements, your logbook will be endorsed to take the practical test. Contact Robert Phillips today.