Nulton Aviation Flight School
FAA Certified Pilot School
Whether you're looking for a career as a professional pilot, a new hobby, or a once-in-a-lifetime experience, we have the ability to help you achieve you're goal. We provide a couple options to get you started on your journey for flight.
Introductory Flight Package
Get the experience of being in a small plane and seeing the beautiful Laurel Mountains from the air! This introductory flight is perfect for the casual aviation enthusiasts looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This package allows you an affordable, convenient way to experience flying with a private instructor before committing to a long-term pilot training program. It's great for anyone considering flying as a career as well as people who want to develop a new hobby -- and makes a unique gift for the aspiring pilot in your life!
Approximately 60 minutes of in-flight pilot instruction
Training is scheduled based on availability of the student and instructor.
In-flight and ground training will be applied to your private pilot training, if you decide to pursue a pilot's license.
The price for this package is only $125 in our Diamond DA40NG or Piper Warrior.
FAA Pilot Training
If you're ready to become a certified pilot without earning a college degree, we offer rigorous training with flexible scheduling. Many of our students are not available during weekdays and conduct their training during weekends and evenings -- you will schedule training one-on-one with your instructor.
We provide training that will prepare you to earn the following certifications and ratings:
Private Pilot Certification: Pilot an airplane that you are qualified to fly under specified weather conditions.
Instrument Rating: This add-on certificate certifies a private pilot to fly in unfavorable weather conditions, including rain, clouds or heavy fog.
Commercial Pilot Rating: This continuation of training allows you to be paid to fly an aircraft.
Certified Instructor Rating: This rating means you are authorized by the FAA to instruct student pilots.