COURSES OFFERED

Accelerated Flight Training Academy offers flight training programs for the following certificates and ratings:

Accelerated Private Pilot Certificate

VIP ACCELERATED PRIVATE PILOT PROGRAM

Accelerated Flight Training Academy is located in always sunny Orlando Executive Airport. Our specialty is in ACCELERATED VIP FLIGHT TRAINING. Our techniques are proven to work and you will be scheduled for your FAA check ride in as little as 12 to 18 days (sometimes even less.) This is an ALL EXCLUSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM where you have one Instructor and one airplane for 8 hours per day (for 14 days.) Typically you will fly 4 to 5 hours per day and spend the rest of the time studying for the oral portion of the check ride, one on one with your Instructor.  Where most schools may offer this type of training, they later find themselves in trouble when they are actually dealing with it. Other schools tend to lose track of the student's training due to the complexity of an accelerated course. It's very common for instructors to skip lessons, or repeat lessons for accelerated students. More importantly, the school sometimes underestimates the dire necessity for a student to complete his/her training in a certain period of time, which causes the student to leave the school without being able to complete his/her training, only to have to come back at a later date to spend more money than planned for. We take great pride in what we do, and because of our experience and organizational skills, we have a 100% success rate of finishing on time in our accelerated flight training programs when the student is prepared, capable, and ready for the accelerated VIP program.

 

Terms & Conditions:                                                                          

Any required endorsements are included (high performance or complex) at no additional charge.                                                  

Deposit required: 50% to secure the date, with the balance paid at 7 days into your program training.                                                             

 

 

 

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THE 12 TO 18 DAY VIP ACCELERATED PRIVATE PILOT COURSE INCLUDES

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR CERTIFICATE

 

DUAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION 40 HOURS TOTAL

SOLO FLIGHTS 10 HOURS TOTAL

PRIVATE PILOT ONE ON ONE GROUND SCHOOL 

STAGE AND PROGRESS CHECKS INCLUDED

GLEIM PRIVATE PILOT COMPLETE TRAINING KIT INCLUDED

            (BOOKS, TOOLS, LOG BOOK, ONLINE COURSE, FLIGHT BAG)

ORAL AND PRACTICAL TEST STUDY GUIDES INCLUDED

SECTIONAL CHARTS FOR LOCAL AREAS OF TRAINING INCLUDED

AIRPORT FACILITY DIRECTORY INCLUDED

 

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Items that are not included: Lodging (we do have housing available), transportation (we can also arrange this) meals, TSA Fees (if any apply) FAA Examiner Fee, FAA Student pilot certificate/medical, FAA Knowledge test, anything else that may arise that is not listed above.

 

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Accelerated Instrument Rating

VIP ACCELERATED INSTRUMENT RATING PROGRAM

Get your instrument rating in 10 days!

Our program is structured, efficient, and cost effective. You may fly your own aircraft or choose from our fleet. The VIP Program is one on one Instruction for 6 hours a day and you’ll learn real-world instrument flying while flying cross-country in the southeastern US. You’ll get 10 days of individualized experience for your training investment while you gain real confidence working the IFR system. If you’re a non-instrument rated pilot, you have undoubtedly experienced the frustration of canceling flights due to low ceilings or poor visibility. With the skills you’ll develop in instrument training, you’ll be able to control your airplane and navigate all the way to your destination without outside visual references, solely by reference to the flight instruments. The Instrument Rating will open up many more opportunities for you to fly without being grounded by weather. And in the process, you’ll become a more accurate, proficient, and safer pilot even when the weather is VFR. If you’re interested in getting your instrument in 10 days, this is the program for you. There are no tricks to this, the training is hard work, and requires your full attention and dedication to work. When you’re finished, you will have gained solid IFR experience. You’ll be amazed at how much you will learn. When you are not in the air, you will learn techniques that will simplify otherwise complex procedures such as procedure turns, holding pattern entries, and many others.                                                                                                  

Terms & Conditions:                                                                           Any required endorsements are included (high performance or complex) at no additional charge.                                                  

Deposit required: 50% to secure the date, with the balance paid at the beginning of training.                                                          

                                                                                                          Requirements for reservation:                                                            Completed written test. (If you have not completed or are prepared for the written test we can arrange additional days.)                                  Private Pilot Certificate, Medical (at least 3rd class) and Log Book             Evidence of citizenship: US passport or birth certificate with government issued picture ID, or TSA Training Authorization.                

To take the FAA Instrument Airplane rating practical test, you must be

able to read, write, and speak the English language.

Pass the FAA knowledge test before taking the practical test.

Hold at least a Private Pilot certificate with Airplane rating.                   

Have at least 10 hours of pilot in command cross-country flight

time.                                                                                                       Training Time Required:                                                                 At least 40 hours of actual or simulated instrument flight time               15 hours of dual instrument flight instruction (although 30-40 hours are typically needed for competency) including:                                           One dual IFR cross-country of at least 250 nm with different instrument approaches at each of three airports, and                                                 3 hours of instrument flight in preparation for the FAA practical test.                                                                                                                Note that any actual or simulated instrument flight time that you have logged before beginning your Instrument rating training, such as the three hours of instrument flight time required for the Private Pilot certificate, will count toward these requirements.

DUAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION 40 HOURS TOTAL

INSTRUMENT ONE ON ONE GROUND SCHOOL  

STAGE AND PROGRESS CHECKS INCLUDED

GLEIM INSTRUMENT RATING COMPLETE TRAINING KIT INCLUDED

(INCLUDES ALL BOOKS, TOOLS, ONLINE COURSE, FLIGHT BAG)

ORAL AND PRACTICAL TEST STUDY GUIDES INCLUDED

LOW ALTITUDE CHARTS AND APPROACH PLATES INCLUDED

CATS FAA WRITTEN KNOWLEDGE TEST INCLUDED

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Items that are not included: Lodging (we do have housing available) transportation (we can also arrange this) meals, TSA Fees (if any apply) FAA Examiner Fee.

 

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Accelerated Commercial Pilot

 

               

Flight Instructor Ratings

     Accelerated Flight Training Academy offers advanced specialty         courses for the following certificates:

 

 
Certified Flight Instructor:
 

Becoming A Certified Flight Instructor

In order to obtain a Flight Instructor Certificate, you must hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate, and you must successfully pass the Fundamentals of Instructing (FOI), and Flight Instructor FAA Knowledge Test and a Practical Test. The Practical Test consists of an oral examination and a flight test.

Usually obtaining a job with an airline, corporate, or charter company, requires a lot more flight time and experience than the 200-300 hours of flight time gained while earning your ratings. One way to increase your flight time and experience is to become a Flight Instructor.

Flight Instructors teach at various levels. They offer primary instruction for the Private Pilot Certificate as well as more advanced instruction for a Commercial Certificate, Instrument Rating, Multi-Engine Rating, and Airline Transport Pilot Certificate. When you are teaching your students, you can log those hours as your flight time, and get paid for those hours, while you work as a Flight Instructor.

The job of Flight Instructor is considered a steppingstone to more lucrative positions. But some remain in the teaching field. If certain high standards are attained, they can qualify for the Federal Aviation Administrations (FAA) "Gold Seal", which identifies them as a superior teacher.                                

Requirements for Initial Flight Instructor Airplane Certificate:

  

Terms & Conditions:                                                                                                               Any required endorsements are included (high performance or complex) at no additional charge.                                                  

Deposit required: 50% to secure the date, with the balance paid at the beginning of training.      

                                                                                                         

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate or ATP Certificate

  • Must hold a valid FAA 3rd Class Medical Certificate

  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language

  • Pass  FAA Flight Instructor Airplane Knowledge Test

  • Pass FAA Fundamentals Of Instruction

  • Pass the FAA Practical Flight Test and Oral Examination

 

Costs of the Initial Flight Instructor Course Includes:

 

  • 15 hours complex aircraft training

  • 40 hours of ground training

  • 10 hours pre and post flight briefings

   

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CFI-I Certification Course

Our Certified Flight Instructor Instrument Rating Course (CFI-I) consists of:

  • 15 hours of Dual flight training

  • 15 hours of ground training

  • 6 hours pre-post flight briefing

 

On average, students complete their training within 15-20 hours.

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VIP Accelerated Commercial Pilot Training Courses

Five (5) Day Commercial Pilot Training. Call for special pricing.

Fly for hire! Gain additional flight proficiency, earn income, and qualify for lower insurance premiums.

Get your Commercial Pilot's License in a single engine airplane in five days!  This course is designed to take a holder of an FAA Private Pilot License with an Instrument Rating to an FAA certified Commercial Pilot. 

Accelerated Commercial Pilot Training can be accomplished in as little as 5 days depending on the flight time the student has.

Prerequisites:

  • FAA Commercial Pilot Written Exam

  • 230 hours Total Time

  • Experience per FAR 61.129(a)*

  • 50 hours PIC cross-country requirements met

  • Private Pilot License, Aircraft Single Engine-Land (ASEL)

  • Instrument rating

*Please read this regulation. If you have any questions regarding the training requirements, please feel free to call us!

FAA Training Minimums:

Be at least 18 years old, hold a Class III medical certificate, log at least 250 flight hours and pass written and practical tests.

The Commercial Pilot Flight Test must be taken in a complex ASEL.

The following list provides an itemized estimation of costs involved based on average student experience (local taxes not included).  Actual costs will vary due to individual style and experience taken into consideration for each student.  The Commercial Pilot (ASEL) training cost estimate is based on the applicant who has no complex time.  In the event complex time has been logged, the following estimate could be less than stated.

 

Terms & Conditions:                                                                           Any required endorsements are included (high performance or complex) at no additional charge.                                                  

Deposit required: 50% to secure the date, with the balance paid at the beginning of training.                                                             

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

Training Material (Books, Charts, etc.) 

FAA Examiner Fee 

Up to 15 Hours Flight instruction 

Up to 20 Hours of Ground Instruction 

CATS/Written Commercial Pilot Exam

 

Items that are not included: Lodging (we do have housing available) transportation (we can also arrange this) meals, TSA Fees (if any apply)

 

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