My wife and I are thinking about taking flying lessons.....What should we expect to pay for ground school and for actual air time? Are all rates fairly standard or should you shop around?
He's right. While i recommend LSA (Sport Pilot) as a quick way to get flying and a good test of your aptitude for it, if you plan on doing more than "great day" VFR, you ought be plan to keep going, all the way through Instrumentdash8dvr said:Many options for you to research; however, ask yourself what type of flying are you planning on doing. Recreational flying is just that.....going out to the airport on a nice Saturday afternoon and buzzing around the local area. If you and your wife are planning on flying from place to place for vacations, work, etc...I would suggest you get your private with an instrument rating. I have witnessed many times students with solid flying and decision making skills falling apart within seconds of entering clouds or instrument conditions.