Cost of Getting a Pilot License in Georgia

If you’re planning to get a pilot license in Georgia and considering the cost, check out Paragon Flight’s newest location in LaGrange-Callaway Airport (LGC) in LaGrange, GA. We offer the same world-class experience and training at this location as our other two premier flight schools. Part of this training is the focus that we place on helping students find avenues for financing. We strive to make the dream of flight possible for anyone interested and willing to make the necessary commitments.

Financial Resources for Flight Training

Cost of Getting a Pilot License in GeorgiaLike any intensive training, flight training can be expensive, but avenues for financial assistance exist. Some students qualify for aviation scholarships, government-backed student loans, or even grants, while others may have GI funds available for service to the country. When these circumstances don’t apply, and candidates lack the liquid assets to pay for training, they may pursue personal lending, and we can provide contacts with whom our students have had success in the past.

Paragon Flight in LaGrange, GA

Paragon Flight in LaGrange, GA, calls the LaGrange-Callaway Airport home. It’s a medium-sized facility found right off of I-85 and nestled perfectly amidst Atlanta, Columbus, Montgomery, and Birmingham.

The airport features two paved, lighted runways, one with three approach options for practical training. The newly remodeled facilities offer a lounge area, resting space, kitchen, flight planning room, and conference space.

The airspace around the airport has minimal congestion, and the climate in the region offers 300+ days of flight-friendly weather annually.

The Essentials of Flight Training

Flight training essentials are all found in one place here at Paragon Flight. From flight instructors to curricula, training aircraft, facilities, best practices, and more, Paragon Flight has every element needed, and we offer curated flight training plans for every student who chooses to learn with us.

We operate under FAA Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 141 and 61, so we can welcome international students on an M-1 Student Visa, veterans with GI benefits, and students with government-backed student loans and grants. Our programs can be full-time or part-time, with a rigid syllabus or flexible pacing, one-on-one or classroom-based.

The fleet that you’ll find here is optimal for all sorts of flight training. We provide the Piper PA28 “Pilot” for single-engine flight instruction, the PA-44 Seminole for multi-engine flight instruction, the Cirrus SR20 for primary training, high-performance endorsements, transition/differences training, and aircraft rentals, and the ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator for cost-effective training in an ultra-realistic simulated setting. Each model is equipped with Glass Cockpit technology and qualifies as Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA).

We also have a staff of flight instructors who are comprehensively certified and widely experienced in diverse backgrounds and specializations. Allow our team to provide a match that will work well with your personality, learning style, and goals.

The curriculum is a source of great pride for Paragon Flight. The Jeppesen curriculum, developed by a subsidiary of Boeing, works 30% faster than the national average and includes every component needed for training.

Click here or call (706) 903-9337 to speak with the team at Paragon Flight regarding the cost of getting a pilot license in Georgia.