The Front Range Flight School and Aero Club offers different modes of flight training to help our pilots achieve a broad range of general and commercial aviation goals. We offer affordable, safe, and convenient programs to suit the many different needs of our pilots in training, all at a location that’s ideally suited for beginners, pros, and everyone in between.
Below is an overview of our flight training capabilities. If you’re not sure where to begin in your own instruction, we recommend our Discovery Flight as the perfect starting point.
A private pilot license grants you access to fly most single engine planes day or night, pending fair weather conditions.
Flying in instrument meteorological conditions (low visibility and clouds) requires additional training. This is the next step for many in their flight training. Further developing ones flying skills with instrument training makes every pilot a more proficient and safer pilot. Having the flexibility to fly during less than ideal weather conditions to safely reach your destination makes getting your instrument rating well worth the effort.
If you are learning to fly because you want to work as a pilot, this is a significant step for your professional preparation. The Front Range Flight School and Aero Club can help you meet minimum standards for commercial work including flight instruction, banner towing, commercial airline pilot and a number of other possibilities.
Front Range Flight School and Aero Club offers training for all instructor certificates and opportunities to instruct as one of our staff once training is complete. Contact us to speak about the different kinds of certificates. We are always looking for great instructors to add to our team.
We offer training to become a Certified Flight Instrument Instructor at Front Range Flight School and Aero Club. This allows you to teach pilots seeking their instrument ratings and also presents an opportunity for you to join our team of instructors.
If you are a pilot in Colorado, you’ll want to consider mountain flight training. There’s no better way to view our state’s natural majesty and you’ll learn the skills needed to enjoy flights over mountain peaks, high deserts and the other geological wonders of Colorado. This enhances your basic training and gives you access to a whole other level of awareness as a pilot.
Learning to fly isn’t all adrenaline and thrills. Comprehensive instruction on the ground is critical to your success as a pilot (in addition to being part of license requirements) as this is where you’ll develop your knowledge of aircraft operations and safety that you will later apply on the ground as well as in the air. Private and group instruction is available to meet the needs of every student at Front Range Flight School and Aero Club.
For more information on how to become a certified private pilot or to begin fulfilling requirements for other types of pilot training we offer, contact Front Range Flight School today!