Training Rates


    Rates & Questions

           RV-7 $220 an hour (includes me and the RV-7 Trainer).

          RV-10 $250 an hour (Includes me and the RV-10 Trainer).

  We start the lesson with full fuel tanks and top them off at the end of the flight.

You will find, from the description of my “one-on-one” training, that flying the aircraft is just one of several facets of  RV training.

The per-flight brief and post-flight debrief is all part of training .

Below are questions and answers that prior students asked:

How long in advance should I plan for my RV training?

ANSWER: You should call me at least a month or two prior to the date you want to train if possible.

What should I bring with me?

ANSWER: Some recent flying experience is recommended; to remove the cobwebs collected during your time building.

Do I need anything else besides experience?

ANSWER: Please bring your logbook, a picture ID, and your pilot’s license.

How many hours will we fly per day?

ANSWER: As long as weather permits, and the level of your flying skills with the RV keeps improving.  Three to five hours per day is not uncommon.

Do you only accept cash?

ANSWER: Cash or checks are fine. I am not set up to accept credit cards

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