Cost of Getting a Pilot License in Arizona

The cost of getting a pilot license, whether you’re in Arizona, Florida, or Georgia, will depend mainly on the kind of license and the type of program that you choose. Paragon Flight offers a variety of options, including accelerated courses that will save you time and money. We have three locations – two in Florida and one in Georgia – that will surpass all of your flight training expectations.

Cost of Getting a Pilot License in ArizonaWe provide the level of flight instruction you need to perform well as a pilot, private or professional.

Paragon Flight is a top-rated, frequently honored flight school with FAA authorization under FAR Parts 141 and 61. We can provide traditional full-time training or part-time one-on-one offerings. Every student at Paragon Flight has their own bespoke training program that corresponds to the given schedule, goal, and financial situation.

We can also help identify and secure the financing you need for flight instruction. Whether you qualify for government-backed student loans or grants, aviation scholarships, GI benefits, or personal lending, money doesn’t have to stand in the way of your dreams.

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Schedule a Discovery Flight. You will enjoy a condensed flight lesson, a facility tour, and a short flight experience where the Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) will supervise as you take a spin behind the controls. After the flight, you’ll have a consultation. We’ll discuss your situation and create an individualized program for your consideration, complete with a timeline and financial breakdown.

Speed up the professional pilot process.

You can save a significant amount of money by saving time. The P3 Professional Pilot Program trains pilots with a program that prioritizes quality training over quantity. Within 38 intense weeks of training, participants gain their Private Pilot Licenses (PPL), Instrument Flight Ratings (IFR), Commercial Single-Engine Licenses (CSEL), Commercial Multi-Engine License, and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) credentials. We can do this level of training by focusing on professionalism and skill during a full-time training program. To participate in the P3 Program, you’ll need to meet some particular prerequisites:

  • 18 years old, minimum
  • High school diploma or GED (some college preferred)
  • One professional + one personal reference
  • Clear driving record
  • Passed behavioral/cognitive evaluation
  • FAA record free of aviation incidents, accidents, or enforcement actions
  • FAA 1st Class Medical Certification
  • Clear criminal background check
  • Proficiently literate and fluent in English
  • Full-time availability and able to participate in 4-5 flight lessons and 10-20 hours of ground training weekly
  • High moral character, work ethic, and integrity.

The Paragon Flight student can also train faster by avoiding the typical delays due to weather. Our locations are in Fort Myers, FL, Punta Gorda, FL, and LaGrange, GA. The climate in these areas promises over 300 days each year of flight-friendly conditions. No rain, fog, clouds, or other issues will prevent you from getting in the sky regularly. We also provide the ALSIM AL172 Simulator, an ultra-realistic simulator that will also cut down on costs.

Money can be an issue when future pilots consider the cost of getting a pilot license – in Florida, Arizona, or elsewhere. Paragon Flight offers a plethora of ways to save money. Click here or reach out via phone to discuss how we can help you get the most training for the least expense.