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Thank you for inquiring about the Jeppesen Private Pilot
Training Programs at Interstate Aviation!
Interstate Aviation offers the Jeppesen Part 141* Online Web Based Course, or for
those who prefer to do it the good ole’ fashioned way, we also offer the Textbook
version, too! (Part 61*). The Choice is YOURS!
Your first step in becoming a private pilot is to purchase your preference of the Part
141 Jeppesen Online Web Based Course Ground School kit or the Part 61 Jeppesen
Guided Flight Discovery Textbook Course Ground School kit (See page 5 for a
description of each), both of which contain all the materials necessary to complete the
ground portion of your lessons and get you prepared to pass the required FAA Written
Exam from the comfort of your own home or office!
Once you obtain your kit, you’ll start the course by completing “Lesson 1” online
or in your textbook. Once your ground session is complete, you’ll take to the skies
for your first flight lesson! The Jeppesen Multimedia Training System integrates
ground school lessons with flight lessons to ensure that before every flight you’ll
have the required knowledge to succeed.
It’s that simple!
* FAA flight requirements for Part 141 is 35 hrs. FAA flight requirements for Part 61 is 40 hrs.
Each flight lesson will correspond with all that you’ve learned in your ground
training. A Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) will be assigned to you and will
remain your instructor throughout the course. Your lessons are scheduled at
your convenience and can be reserved up to 3 months in advance on our office
Lessons can be done in your choice of 3 different Cessna aircraft. We have
3 Cessna 172P models (carb-heat start), which we call our “regular 172’s,”
then we have “The R’s”, 2 Cessna 172R models (fuel-injected), which are a little
newer model aircraft (1999 & 2001) and we also have an even newer, 2007 Cessna 172SP
G1000 Garmin glass panel instrumentation C172S, called “The S” or “The
Glass Panel.” (See page 3 & 4 for pricing).
The F.A. A. requires that you obtain a minimum of 35* flight hours (20 hrs. dual
w/an instructor & 15 hrs. solo) to earn your private pilot license, however, it has
been our experience that most pilots-to-be build about 50-55 hours before they
complete the course. On average, the course takes about 9 months to a year to
complete, depending on your availability.
We offer to our prospective students a Low Cost Demonstration Flight,
which consists of a 20 minute dual flight with one of our Certified Flight
Instructors in which you’ll even be able to take the controls for a bit yourself!
The instructor will then give you a tour of our facilities, review and explain
your choice of the Online Web-based Course (Part 141) or the Textbook/Workbook Course (Part 61) and answer any questions you may have on flying and/or
our Private Pilot Courses. There is only a $49 charge for the “demo,” and the
best part of it is, we will reimburse you for that amount upon your enrollment in
the course, making your demo flight absolutely FREE!
All of our courses are “pay-as-you-go” - meaning you pay for each lesson
the day of the lesson. You can put a lump sum of money on an account
(which earns about 2% interest) and draw from that, you can pay at the end of
each lesson by cash, check or credit card or you can leave a credit card on file
with us and we will charge that card each time you fly. We will hold your
invoices until the end of the month at which time they will be mailed out to you
all together. We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
* FAA flight requirements for Part 141 is 35 hrs. FAA flight requirements for Part 61 is 40 hrs.
Interstate Aviation has been a family owned business since 1971.
Our family-like atmosphere makes you feel welcome any time
you stop by. Our friendly instructors and office staff are always at
hand to answer your questions or show you around the facilities.
Our well maintained aircraft are worked on by only FAA licensed
mechanics. All of our aircraft are kept clean and in proper working order.
Please feel free to stop by any time to view our facilities, check out
our aircraft or just to talk to one of our staff members about our services.
Interstate is open 7 days a week, all year round.
Alien Flight Program
MANDATORY U.S. Citizenship Verification
Please be aware that any person seeking flight training to obtain any
certificate or rating from our flight school will be asked to verify their U.S.
All forms of identification given to the flight school must remain in an UNEXPIRED STATUS
Acceptable forms of ID are as follows:
 An individual’s ORIGINAL or government issued U.S., American Samoa, or Swains Island BIRTH
CERTIFICATE ALONG WITH a government issued picture ID (i.e.: driver’s license)
 An individual’s ORIGINAL UNEXPIRED U.S. Passport
 An individual’s ORIGINAL U.S. naturalization certificate with raised seal, U.S. citizenship and
immigration services (USCIS) or immigration Form N-550 or Form N-570 (Certificate of
Naturalization) together with a government issued picture ID.
 The individual’s ORIGINAL certificate of U.S. citizenship with raised seal, USCIS or INS Form
N-560, Form N-561 (Certificate of United States Citizenship) or A USCIS or INS Form N-581
(Certificate of Repatriation), together with a government issued picture ID.
For more information and for Non-U.S. resident registration and
TSA approval application processing please visit:

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