Recreational Pilot License

Earning your Recreational Pilot License

Are you the type of pilot who is only interested in flying an aircraft on those quiet weekends with nice weather? If so, the Recreational Pilot License may be the license for you. The recreational license is intended for just those days when the weather is nice and you would like to fly in the area. Because of the limited range a Recreational Pilot is permitted to fly from his training airport, the Recreational Certificate requires less flight training.

Course includes:

  • 30 Flight Hours
  • 40 Academic Hours
  • Course Registration and Flight Manuals
  • Recreational Pilot Certificate
  • Aircraft Rental
  • Ground Instruction
  • Pre-Flight Briefing
  • Post-Flight Briefing
  • Flight Instruction
  • FAA Written Exam Fee
  • FAA Flight Examiner Fee
  • FAA Check-ride Aircraft Rental
  • Unlimited Personal Tutoring

Course Cost: $6,160

“I would like to take a few minutes and talk about finishing up your flight training. I took my first flight lesson in 1972 at McFillen air park just south of Lake Charles, La. It has long sense closed down. Well like many of you who just haven’t been able to finish up I was in the same situation, with family, school and job something had to go and it was flying. Many years later I had the opportunity to get back into flying and it was great for a few weeks. Long story short I was moved around to many different states. That ment different flight schools and countless different instructors with building time as there only objective. Then I was lucky enough to make it back home. Needless to say the first thing on my mind was to find a flight school, thats when I was introduced to Raja. I must say it was a blessing to find an instructor that was more interested in getting me finished up as opposed to just building time. First thing he did was to evaluate my skill level, then we went to work getting me up to standards and more. It was a pleasure to work with someone with a level of professionalism that Raja had in working with me. Let me end with this, if your trying to finish up your training or thinking of getting started I strongly recommend Raja and his staff at Acadian Flight Training Center! Who knows you may get as lucky as I did and find a great friend in the process!”


Recreational Pilot Course Requirements:

16 years to enroll, 17 to earn your license
Able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
Able to obtain a 3rd Class Medical Certificate
For more information, email us at Acadian Pilot.