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FAA Accelerated Programs

Accelerated Private Pilot Program

Accelerated PPL is a fast track program designed for students who want to complete their training expeditiously. We offer an intense training program for student pilots seeking to train as often as possible and obtain their license in under four weeks. The program includes one-on-one flight training and ground instruction.

Save money by participating in the accelerated flight program instead of the traditional one. With Flying Academy’s accelerated program, not only will you not repeat lessons that often, but you will also move through your training faster saving you money. You will also spend less money for accommodation and other costs that come with your relocation for this short period of time!

The average pilot training program can take a few months and up to a year. With the accelerated course, you’re likely to complete all of your training in just a few weeks. With this shorter training program, student pilots train up to eight hours a day, five days a week, learning everything they need to know to become a safe and competent pilot.

1.Medical Certificate

2.IACRA Application for Student Pilot Certification  

3.Be ready to pass the FAA Knowledge Exam 

Scheduling the FAA Knowledge Exam

4.VISA and TSA Approval 

5.Be at least 17 years of age 

6.Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language

The Accelerated IFR Program is for students who want to complete their training expeditiously. We offer an intense training program for pilots seeking to train as often as possible and accomplish the training in under four weeks. The program includes both flight training and ground instruction.
Flying Academy’s primary goal is to ensure that you become a safe and competent pilot. Your success will be a result of your knowledge, skill, and sound decision making.

One of the main factors of flight training delay is poor weather conditions. But with our strategically located in beautiful Miami, Florida, or the picturesque Los Angeles, California- The weather is more than accommodating practically most of the whole year.

  • Medical Certificate
  • Hold at least a current private pilot certificate
  • Be ready to pass the FAA knowledge exam
  • Be at least 17 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language

In order to obtain an Instrument Rating, the pilot must complete a minimum of 50 hours cross country as PIC (Pilot In Command) and 15 hours of dual time training with a CFII (Certified Flight Instrument Instructor). 

Coming in with 40-50 hours of Cross-Country Time:Coming in with less than 20 hours of Cross-Country Time:
Part 61 Flight Training: 
  • 45 hours instrument training with CFI 
  • Instrument cross country training 
  • Approaches 
  • Emergency procedures 
  • Radio and Comms failures 
Part 61 Flight Training: 
  • 25 hour cross country time building block 
  • 45 hours instrument training with CFI / CFII
  • Instrument cross country training
  • Approaches 
  • Emergency procedures 
  • Radio and Comms failures 
Part 61 Ground Training: 
  • 15-20 hours of ground training 
  • Approach plates 
  • IFR charts 
  • Rules & Regulation 
  • Weather 
  • Flight Planning 
Part 61 Ground Training: 
  • 15-20 hours of ground training 
  • Approach plates 
  • IFR charts 
  • Rules & Regulation 
  • Weather 
  • Flight Planning 

Accelerated Instrument Pilot Training Program

Accelerated Commercial Pilot Training Course

Obtaining a Commercial Pilot Certificate is essential for those planning a career in aviation. The Accelerated Program is for pilots who want to complete their training expeditiously, train as often as possible and accomplish the training in as little as 2 weeks. The program includes both flight training and ground instruction.
Flying Academy’s primary goal is to ensure that you become a safe and competent pilot. Your success will be a result of your knowledge, skill, and sound decision making.

The average pilot training program can take a few months and up to a year. With an accelerated course, you’re likely to complete all of your training in just a few weeks. With this shorter training program, pilots train up to eight hours a day, five days a week, learning everything they need to know to become a safe and competent pilot.

The average pilot training program can take a few months and up to a year. With the accelerated course, you’re likely to complete all of your training in just a few weeks. With this shorter training program, student pilots train up to eight hours a day, five days a week, learning everything they need to know to become a safe and competent pilot.

  • Medical Certificate
  • Hold a Private Pilot License, Aircraft Single Engine-Land (ASEL)
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • VISA 
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
  • Accumulate appropriate flight experience and instruction

Locations

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Miami, Florida
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Los Angeles California, Corona
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Los Angeles California, Van Nuys

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FAA 0 To CPL

Zero to Commercial Pilot License program is designed for students with little to no flying experience and that want to pursue a career in aviation.



FAA Instrument Rating

This Rating Extends the privileges of PPL(A) or CPL(A), and allows pilots fly according to IFR in cloudy weather or any other circumstance of reduced visibility.

FAA PPL

FAA Online Courses facilitate your pilot training journey by allowing you to complete all ground training for PPL.