Advance Your Flight Skills
At Fly Duluth, we offer a wide range of Part 61 and Part 141 flight training programs for pilots of all experience levels. Our professional flight instructors are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals, whether you’re looking to earn your private pilot’s license or advance your skills to become a commercial pilot.
We offer training programs for:
- Sport Pilot
- Private Pilot License
- Instrument Rating
- Commercial Pilot License
- Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
- Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)
Our training programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of each student and are based on the FAA’s guidelines for flight training. Our instructors are experienced pilots who will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a safe and confident pilot.
Take the first step towards achieving your goals and contact us to schedule your flight training today.
Each type of license has a unique set of requirements and privileges, allowing individuals to choose the license that best fits their goals and experience level, and work towards obtaining the necessary certifications through flight training programs and practical experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
To fly for personal use, you need a Private Pilot License.
The time it takes to get a pilot license varies depending on the individual and the type of license they are pursuing, but on average it takes between 40 to 60 hours of flight time to obtain a Private Pilot License.
The cost of obtaining a pilot license depends on several factors, including the type of license, the cost of flight training, and the cost of required exams and certifications. Find out more here.
With a Sport Pilot License, you can fly any Light Sport Aircraft (LSA). An LSA is a single engine, 2-seat aircraft with a maximum speed of 120 knots.
Yes, you will need a medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) to obtain a pilot license.
Held a medical before? You may be eligible for BasicMed.
And Sport pilots can fly with only a driver’s license.
With a Private Pilot License, you can fly a wide range of aircraft, including single-engine and multi-engine planes, as well as certain high-performance aircraft. The type of aircraft you can fly depends on the ratings and endorsements on your license.
Yes, financing options are available for individuals looking to pursue flight training through Flight Training Finance.