Learn to soar with Kalitta Charters! With years of experience and a focus on quality of instruction, Kalitta Training looks to build your flight training around your goals and your timeline.
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We love flying! And we want to help people find their love for flying. Whether you’re interested in just going up to check it out, or you want to pursue a career in aviation, we want to help you figure out how flying can become part of your life.
A private pilot is someone who gets to know the freedom of flying. These pilots have the training and knowledge to take many different types of trips. From trips for pleasure with friends and family, to scenic local flights, to just going up to work on piloting skills, a private pilot has the skills to enjoy aviation in a number of different ways.
An instrument rating will teach you to fly based on the information seen on the instrument panel! It will give you the freedom to fly even when the clouds are low, or visibility is restricted.
A Commercial certificate is the last step before you are able to work as a pilot! It’s often viewed as one of the easier licenses because it’s a fun opportunity to learn how to safely “throw the airplane around”
A huge step towards working as a pilot, your multi-engine commercial add-on teaches you how to safely fly a twin airplane. It opens the door on future employment opportunities.
We teach flight instructors, instrument flight instructors, and multi-engine instructors to be the best instructors they can be. Typically, becoming a flight instructor is a pilot’s first job in the industry, it helps them better understand every aspect of aviation, while building their hours.
The other option is Part 141, which is generally associated with college programs – places like Embry Riddle, Purdue, or Western Michigan University. For someone looking to earn a degree in Aviation, this can be a good route to go. They can be very structured and offer some hour requirement reductions for the ATP rating.
Ultimately, the cost goes down when the student dedicates more of their time and energy to their training. When long breaks or other interruptions in training occur, more review may be needed which will lead to an increase in total price over time.