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Learn to fly

TODAY!

Learn to Fly Checklist
The process of learning to fly can seem overwhelming at first. But you can do it! The flight instructors at Sporty’s have developed a checklist that I believe really helps:

  • Locate flight schools in your area and take a tour

  • Choose a school that best fits your needs

  • Choose an instructor and get to know him or her

  • Take a first flight lesson

  • Decide whether you’ll pursue the Sport, Recreational or Private Certificate

  • Schedule an FAA medical exam with a local AME

  • Pass your FAA Knowledge Test

  • Pass your FAA Flight Test and earn your license

  • Have fun!

Instruction

Southern Colorado Flight Professionals LLC Specializes in flight training from beginners to advanced certificates. 

About the Instructor

 

Grant von Ahlefeldt has been flying for more than 16 years and has accumulated over 4,000 hours of flying experience. He holds a "Single Engine Flight Instructor, Instrument" rating. In addition, he also holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate. He has flown for a UPS affiliate and currently flies for an air ambulance company.

 

 

Aircraft Rental

 

Southern Colorado Flight Professionals uses a Piper Cherokee 180 for primary flight instruction. A lot of people looking to learn how to fly picture a high wing Cessna when they think about a training aircraft. The Cessna is a great aircraft for learning how to fly, but the Cherokee offers the same performance, along with a better view of the sky with no wing over your head to get in the way of the view. Consuming 10 gallons of fuel per hour, at 120mph and IFR certified, it will get you anywhere you need to go at an economical price. Wet or dry rent options. Block time is available.

 

About the airplane

Data from Piper Aircraft Owner's Handbook

General characteristics

Performance

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