Rates are $300 /hr for aircraft, plus $80 /hr for instructor, ground and flight.
Use of parachute is included, headset is available but you may bring your own, standard connector. For aerobatic work, you'll need the headset to stay on upside down (we use velcro chin straps).
We currently do not offer packages. That makes for good marketing, but the fact is that everyone's different, particularly with the flight times.
Sessions are by appointment, scheduled directly with the instructor once we establish your needs and goals. Please see the Contact Us page.
All sessions will have ground instruction, amount will vary by topic and customer. Initial sessions will have more, depending on your preparation and background. Flights are usually about 1 hour aircraft time, the entire session a good 3-4 hours. Please be prepared to spend no less than 3 hours of your time- often more- and around $500-600 per session.
A no-show, late cancellation (<2 hrs prior), or late arrival (>½ hour late) fee of 1 hour instructor time will be charged, to next session if needed. We're serious about this-- if we screw up, you'll get credit towards future instructor time.
We'll confirm appointments beforehand so that both parties are aligned and alert to issues such as weather.
Weather, aircraft maintenance issues, illness, or circumstances indisputably beyond anyone's control are excluded.
In full each session. Payment by cash (exact amount or round up), personal check (preferred) or Paypal.
We're here to provide access to an aerobatic aircraft for training in the New England region. We do not carry insurance covering pilot hire. Spread Aviation and Keystone Aerosports (Links page) offer experienced instruction in your aircraft.