Average Cost of Flight School

Choose Paragon Flight to beat the average cost of flight school without sacrificing the quality of training. We will provide great adventures and experiences and offer substantially effective training for various aviation credentials.

Average Cost of Flight SchoolThe amount you pay for flight training will depend on the training you pursue and how you pursue it. We at Paragon Flight offer various cost-saving options that save you time. The goal at any of our three facilities is to surpass students’ expectations and lead them toward skillfully and safely piloting aircraft.

We curate training packages based on circumstances and goals. Learn to fly in the manner and at the pace that works well for you. We’re FAA-authorized as a FAR Parts 61 and 141 flight school with incredible flying suitable weather 300 days out of the year at our three locations. Face no delays to training when you choose our two locations in Florida or our newest installation in Georgia.

The aircraft within our fleet will also facilitate practical training. Every aircraft within the fleet is a Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) and is kept up to high standards by FAA-endorsed mechanics. The fleet includes the following aircraft:

  • Piper PA “Pilot” – single-engine flight training
  • PA-44 Seminole – multi-engine flight training
  • Cirrus SR20 – primary training, high-performance endorsements, transition/differences training, and aircraft rentals
  • ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator – flight hour accumulation and skill mastery in an ultra-realistic simulation experience

The flight training available here at Paragon Flight meets the needs of those who want to fly to earn a dollar or have a good time. The catalog of credentials that we offer includes all of the following:

  • Personal Flight Training Certifications
    • Private Pilot License (PPL) – qualifies pilots to fly single-engine aircraft
    • Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – qualifies pilots to operate navigation and communication tools and systems for IFR conditions
    • Multi-Engine License (MEL) – qualifies pilots to operate twin-engine planes
    • Cirrus Certified Aircraft Training – qualifies pilots to fly Cirrus series aircraft in VFR conditions
    • Glass Cockpit Training – qualifies pilots to use Glass Cockpit avionics
  • Professional/Commercial Training Certifications
    • Commercial Single-Engine License (CSEL) – qualifies pilots to operate a single-engine aircraft for compensation
    • Commercial Multi-Engine License (CMEL) – qualifies pilots to operate a multi-engine aircraft for compensation
    • Certified Flight Instructor, single-engine (CFI) – qualifies a commercial pilot to train others to fly single-engine aircraft
    • Certified Flight Instructor, Instrument (CFII) – qualifies a commercial pilot to train others to fly using instruments
    • Certified Flight Instructor, multi-engine (MEI) – qualifies a commercial pilot to train others to fly multi-engine aircraft
    • Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) – required for pilots to apply with an airline, plus 1,500 accumulated flight hours
  • Military/Government Training Certifications
    • Initial Flight Orientation (IFO) – prepares pilots for basic training experiences
    • Single Engine Recurrent Training (SERT) – scenario-based training to improve crew performance (coordination, cooperation, awareness, and safety)
    • Rotary Wing to Fixed Wing Transition Training – qualifies commercially licensed helicopter pilots to work as an airline pilot
    • Aircraft Transition and Differences Training – qualifies pilots to fly new aircraft confidently and skillfully

Click here to gain incredible training at far below average cost for flight school at Paragon Flight. Contact us via phone as well at the following numbers:

  • Fort Myers, FL – (239) 747-0056
  • Punta Gorda, FL – (941) 900-3131
  • LaGrange, GA – (706) 903-9337.