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Rusty Pilot Program

Non-current pilots receive 1 hour instructional flight for free. Spots are limited. Contact your local Aero Club for more information.

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Are you ready to get involved in the world of aviation?

Do you already have a pilot certificate? No one is more capable of helping you reach your objective, or to hone your skills than your Air Force Aero Club.

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Why look out the side window?

Take the front seat and learn to fly! And the best place for you to begin your journey of flight is at your Air Force Aero Club. Your Aero Club has the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified aircraft, instructors, and course materials to help fulfill your life-long dream to get your wings.

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A lifetime skill!

You must be at least 16 years old to get a Student Pilot Certificate and 17 to get your Private Pilot Certificate, but there is no maximum age limit. (You can take lessons before 16, too – but can’t solo until you have a student pilot certificate.)


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