Intro to Flight package

If you’re interested in learning to fly, we can take you on an introductory flight, leading you through the basics of flight safety.

Airplane options:

PiperSport Light Sport Aircraft – $560

Total of 5 hours of training with 3 hours in the air

Cirrus SR22 Aircraft – $780

Total of 5 hours of training with 3 hours in the air

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we also provide 30 minute and 60 minute discovery flights. See our flight tours >

*All prices include fuel, taxes and fees

 

Rusty Pilot package

Are you a little rusty? We’ve got you covered! Here’s what you need to get back in the air.

  • Some flight and ground instruction
  • No FAA checkride or test
  • You may not even need an FAA medical exam!

Airplane Options:

PiperSport Light Sport Aircraft – $700

Total of 6 hours of training with 4 hours in the air

Cirrus SR22 Aircraft – $990

Total of 6 hours of training with 4 hours in the air

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*All prices include fuel, taxes and fees

 

Dedicated Instrument Rating package

Dedicated instrument rating course.

  • All training in our Cirrus SR22 Aircraft
  • All training materials included
  • Dedicated instructor assigned specifically to you
  • Includes free platinum membership privileges
  • Students typically complete course in FAA minimum 40 hours( students pays hourly rates to complete additional training )
  • Includes FAA knowledge test and checkride
  • Option to train in your own aircraft

$8,850

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*All prices include fuel, taxes and fees

 

Multi-Engine Rating package

  • Price includes required student materials, the examiner fee, and checkride flight.
  • Upon completion of training, if not ready, student pays hourly rate to complete any additional training prior to the checkride.
  • A rebate is available for students displaying proficiency in under 14 hours of flight time.

$4,000

3 hours ground / 14 hours flight time

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*All prices include fuel, taxes and fees

 

Centerline Thrust Restriction removal package

Get your Centerline Thrust Restriction removed from your Multi-engine rating.

Price includes the cost of the examiner fee and checkride flight. Upon completion of training, if not ready, student pays hourly rates to complete any additional training prior to the checkride. A rebate is available for students displaying proficiency in under 5 hours of flight time.

$1,870

Total of 8 hours training with 6 hours in the air.

 

Flight Review

Price determined by current fuel and rental rates.

 

Instrument Proficiency Check

Price determined by current fuel and rental rates.

 

Cirrus Transition Training

Price determined by current fuel and rental rates.

 

Prepare for takeoff at our Private Pilot and Instrument Ground Schools.

Our ground schools will provide students with the training required to take the FAA Private Pilot and Instrument Rating Knowledge Tests. The Private Pilot course covers

  • Aircraft operating procedures
  • Flight conditions
  • Aerodynamics
  • Fundamental flight principles
  • Meteorology for Pilots
  • Navigation
  • Human Factor Principles
  • Federal Aviation Regulations

The instrument course covers flying instrument approaches, ATC communications, and more. Earn a FlyDuluth endorsement and pass the FAA Knowledge Tests with flying colors.

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Our instructors can teach in your plane or ours.

If you own a plane but need refresher, recurrent, or additional training, our instructors can help.

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Lis Hendrickson

Total time exceeds 3500 hours.

Lis has a FAA Commercial certificate. She is also a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI/CFII) as well as a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot. Lis is well known in the Duluth/Superior area and beyond. She specializes in advanced pilot instruction; instrument rating, commercial certificate, CFI certificate and Cirrus transitions.

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Mark Sowl

 

Mark has been a pilot since 1975.  He is a retired US Marine Officer and a retired Captain, Duluth Fire Department.  He has been interested in aviation since his days as an enlisted crewmember on aircraft in Vietnam.  He currently is a Command Pilot in the Civil Air Patrol and an Aircraft Commander in the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Air.   He holds an FAA Commercial Certificate and is licensed as a CFI, CFII and MEI and was initially certified as a flight instructor in 1988.  Mark has been very active during the past four years instructing in various aircraft in the Duluth Superior area and has prepared numerous students as Private, Instrument, Commercial, and Certified Flight Instructor pilots in single and multi-engine aircraft.

Ethan Lamberg

 

Total time exceeds 1,200 hours

Ethan has a FAA Commercial Certificate. He is also a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI/CFII) with single-engine and multi-engine ratings. Ethan is a very active flight instructor in the Duluth/Superior area and has prepared numerous primary students as Private Pilot.

Kevin Kortuem

Total time exceeds 4,500 hours

Kevin has an FAA Commercial certificate. He is also a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI/CFII) and Multi-Engine Instructor as well as a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot. He is currently employed by Cirrus Aircraft as Chief Flight Instructor.
He also holds a B.S. from Mankato State University in Biology and English.

Matt Ferrari

Total time exceeds 10,500 hours.

Matt has been a Certified Flight Instructor since 1991. He holds CFI, CFII and MEI instructor ratings, remaining current in general aviation to this day providing primary, advanced, instrument proficiency check and flight review training.

Currently, he is a Captain on the Boeing 767, flying for an FAR Part 121 airline.  He has been a Simulator Instructor and Check Airman and has served in multiple capacities on a variety of aircraft. He is type rated on the B-727, B-737, B-747-400, B-757, B-767 and CE-500.

From 2008 to 2010, Matt served as the Director of the Center for Advanced Aviation (CAA) at Lake Superior College in Duluth, MN overseeing all aspects of the professional pilot training program.  In this capacity, he was responsible for all flight operations, managed and mentored the cadre of flight and ground instructors, and oversaw the training of students.

Pat Lawler

Total time exceeds 1,500 hours

Pat is an FAA licensed Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI/CFII) in single and multi-engine airplanes as well as helicopters. Additionally, he is certified by Cirrus Aircraft as a factory trained instructor (CSIP).

He possesses a Master’s Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Additionally he holds a B.S. in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle and an A.A.S. Professional Pilot degree from Lake Superior College.

In 2013, Pat retired as a Master Sergeant from the Minnesota Air National Guard serving as an Avionics Technician on the F-16 aircraft, completing nearly 26 years of military service. He was also the Interim Director for Lake Superior College’s Aviation Department during 2013 – 2014. Pat is currently flying for Endeavor Air as a First Officer on the CRJ-200 regional jet.

Flight instructors are welcome to apply.

We’re always interested in working with first-rate flight instructors. Contact us at info@flyduluth.com for more information.