$199 for a two-hour flight-lesson package for one student and up to two student observers (friends or family) ($592 total value)
- One-hour aircraft rental (a $109 value)
- Instructor time (a $300 value)
- Headset rental (a $45 value)
- Instructional DVD (a $50 value)
- Poster (a $15 value)
- Logbook (a $13 value)
- Pilot Information kit (with DVD, Poster, and Logbook listed above) upon request. (a $20 value)
- Access to aviation-facility library and computers (a $40 value)
Students will spend up to an hour with the instructor for pre-flight inspection, discussion, and about an hour in the air craft.
Learn To Fly San Diego
While the average person spends thousands of hours stuck in traffic during a lifetime, the instructors at Learn To Fly San Diego prefer to rack up that time in the sky. Each member of the certified flight team keeps track of their time off the ground, with numbers ranging between 1,500 and 36,000 hours. As the propellers turn on Cessna and Piper planes, the pilots lead passengers on training flights and sightseeing tours. Students can also work with Learn To Fly San Diego to train for certification in occupations such as commercial pilot, certified flight instructor, and chauffeur for superheroes that can't really fly.