Allmond Aviation’s professional flight instructors have a wide range of aviation experience and backgrounds, allowing you to find an instructor who fits your learning style and who can help you achieve your goals. Our flight instructors work around the clock to help you obtain that first certificate, next rating, or recurrent training. With your personalized syllabus we’re able to train around your schedule and make flying fun, enjoyable, and safe for everyone.

Private Pilot Certificate

Instrument Rating 

Commercial Pilot Certificate 
The Instrument rating is a add-on to either a private, or commercial certificate. This rating allows you to fly in the IFR system, on federal airways, and in the clouds
  1. Minimum of 40 hours of flight
  2. Minimum of 20 hours of flight with a flight instructor which includes:
  • 3 hours of cross-country
  • 3 hours of instrument flying
  • 3 hours of night flying
  3. Minimum of 10 hours of solo flight which includes:
  • 5 hours solo cross-country
  • 3 takeoffs and landings at an airport with a control tower
The balance of 10 hours may be with a flight instructor or solo.

NOTE: 40 hours is the minimum set by the Federal Aviation Administration. While the national average is 70 hours, that is based on completing the rating over the course of a year. The hours will vary depending on the frequency of training. We encourage the students to fly at least two or three times per week in order to help reduce the overall cost of their training.
Be paid to fly! The commercial certificate is for those wanting to be compensated for their flying skills. There is also insurance reductions for airplane owners due to the higher level of training
  1. 120 Hours Total Time 
  2. 50 Hours Cross-Country PIC Time
  3. 40 Hours of instrument time
  4. 3 Hours training prior to practical test
  5. Long Cross Country of more then 250NM with a different instrument approach at each airport
  6. Written Knowledge Test Required

The required cross country time can be seperate or included in the training to reduce costs.
1. 250 hours total time
2. 100 hours in powered aircraft
3. 100 hours PIC time
            50 hours in airplanes
4. 50 hours cross country PIC time
5 10 hours of Instrument Training
      (not needed if IFR rated already)
6. 10 hours training in a airplane with         retractable gear and controllable           pitch propeller
7. 2 hour cross country 100NM
    straight line distance Day 
8. 2 hour cross country 100NM
    straight line distance  Night
9. Cross Country 300 NM total distance
    one leg at least 250NM 
10. 5 hours night with landings at an
       airport with a operating control
Other Training

We also offer the following specialized training:

Discovery Flights

Flight Reviews (Our Aircraft or Yours)

Flight Instructor Training

Instrument Proficency Checks

Cross Country Time Building

SUAS (Drone) License Processing