Twin Cities Flight can bring you from zero time to Certified Flight Instructor in no time. We offer FAA Part 61 Private Pilot and Instrument Rating courses structured by the Chief Flight Instructor to optimize learning and development in the initial stages of becoming a licensed commercial pilot. Our Commercial Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor FAA Part 61 training will provide you with the training you need to launch yourself into the professional aviation environment.
Multi-engine training is offered in a Piper Seneca II and provides an environment for you to become more focused as a pilot. Get your multi-engine add on and become a Multi-Engine Instructor to start building experience outside of the single-engine configuration. Log multi-engine time and begin building a resume to represent yourself as best you can when that airline calls looking to hire.
Save some money throughout your training and log time in a simulator that can be applied toward your minimum hour requirements. Flight training is expensive and simulator training is a way you can save some cost throughout your training. We have access to simulators that allow our students to receive one-on-one simulator training from our instructors.
Cessna sets the standard in high-wing aircraft flight instruction. Cessna’s reliability, air-worthiness, and versatility make this aircraft a great choice for student pilots. Our fleet includes Cessna 172SP models. All of our Cessna’s are IFR equipped with conventional instrumentation, which is valuable in initial flight instruction.
Piper aircraft are dependable, low-wing training aircraft with a stable training configuration. Our hangar houses a Warrior II PA-28 161 and a Piper Arrow II PA-28 200R. The Piper Warrior II is stable and IFR equipped, which presents a great option for private and instrument training. The Piper Arrow II is a complex aircraft with a 200 horsepower engine & retractable landing gear. The Arrow II will prove to be handy during commercial training.
If you are looking into becoming a career professional pilot or would like to utilize an airplane with more space for travel, it might be time to start thinking about moving up to a multi-engine configuration. Twin Cities Flight owns a Piper Seneca II which presents a perfect setting to train for a multi-engine add on or receive training to checkout for rental. The PA-34-200T can take you places.
Twin Cities Flight Training has recently expanded operations by obtaining a brand new Full-Motion Redbird MCX simulator. The Redbird MCX is an Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) approved by the FAA. Training in the Redbird MCX can be logged toward training requirements providing a more cost-effective approach to flight training. The Redbird MCX is also equipped with G1000 avionics which allows our students to learn on some of the most advanced equipment in aviation.