Are you an aspiring career pilot, wish to fly as a hobby or are interested in one day owning an aircraft? If so, Cooking Lake Aviation will provide the necessary flight training & resources needed to accomplish this, all at competitive rates.
Recreational Pilot Permit
One must complete a minimum of 25 hours of flight training. Further, of these 25 hours, a minimum of 15 hours must be Dual hours, and 5 must be Solo hours.
One must obtain a minimum of 45 hours. Of these hours, a minimum of 17 hours must be Dual flight training, of which 3 hours must include dual cross country time and 5 hours of instrument time. A minimum of 12 hours must be Solo, which must include 5 hours of cross country time.
A holder of a Commercial Pilots License must be at least 18 years of age. Next, one must complete a minimum of 200 hours total flight time and 100 hours Pilot in Command time including 20 hours of cross-country . Further, of these 200 hours, 35 must be dual flight training while 20 hours must be solo time.
One must already be a holder of a Private Pilot License. Further the candidate must complete a minimum of 20 hours of flight training. 10 of which must be night flying, 5 must be dual flight training including a minimum of 2 hours dual cross country. Finally, 5 hours must be solo, this must include a minimum of 10 takeoffs and landings.
You must already be a holder of a Private Pilot License with a Category 1 or 3 medical. There is no minimum flight time required for the rating. Finally, you must pass a flight test with a designated examiner, however there is no written exam.
One must accumulate a total of 40 hours of instrument time. You can complete 20 of the 40 hours in Cooking Lake Aviation’s Flight Simulator. Further, Instrument time accumulated during the Private, Night and Commercial training can be used towards this rating.
The prerequisites for this rating are to be the holder of a Commercial Pilots License and hold a Category 1 Medical. One must complete a total of 30 dual flight hours, of which 5 must be instrument time. Lastly, an instructor candidate must complete 25 hours of Dual Ground Instruction time.
Cooking Lake Aviation is more than happy to provide flight training on privately owned aircraft. This could be initial training for a license or rating or to cover the checkout requirements needed for insurance. Cooking Lake Aviation has several instructors on staff with experience on many different types of aircraft.