Flight Training

Flight Training focuses primarily on Cirrus SR-20, SR-22, Cessna and TBM-700 series of turbine aircraft. Basic Transition, Advanced Transition and specialized courses to teach individuals how to fly their aircraft at the edges of the performance envelope are offered. Alexander Wolf teaches throughout the United States, Eastern Europe, Western Europe and Australia for Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi Engine and Flight Instructor Certifications. DOD Clients:  DUNS 036925650. CAGE 7S8J5

Courses Offered:

Cirrus Transition Training: This course is designed for the pilot who is new to the Cirrus Aircraft family. Emphasis is on differences training, stick and rudder skills, engine management and general familiarity with the aircraft. Typical course is 3 days. $5400.00 + Aircraft

Cirrus Advanced Transition Training: This course is designed for the pilot who already owns a Cirrus but would like to go well beyond the standards prescribed in the FOM. It will include an IPC and Flight Review. Typical course is 2 days. $3600.00 + Aircraft

21 Day Executive Private Pilot Rating: This course is designed for the busy individual who requires training on a compressed and intensive schedule. You will go from 0 hours to a private rating within 21 days while flying through the most complex airspace in the country: New York City. $39,995.00 + Aircraft

Accelerated Instrument Rating: This course is designed to fly in challenging conditions throughout the US or Europe and penetrate weather system while earning your instrument rating. Typical course will be 14 days depending on preparation beforehand. $25,200.00 + Aircraft

IFR Refresher and IPC: This course is designed to reintroduce the pilot to the IFR environment who has taken some time off. Typical course is 2 days depending on requirements sought. $3600.00 + Aircraft

Cirrus Landing Standardization and Landing Clinic: This course was the original landing clinic syllabus designed when the aircraft was subject to a rash of landing accidents back in 2010. It'll teach you how to fly the aircraft at the edges of its operating envelope. Typical course is 2 days depending on requirements sought. $3600.00 + Aircraft

Hard IFR Capabilities Challenge: This course is designed to fly in HARD IFR conditions at the safe limit of your and the aircraft capability. It is meant for the pilot who needs experience on penetrating weather systems safely. Typical course is between 3 days depending on requirements sought. $5400.00 + Aircraft

Flight Review: A flight review is an all day event which challenges the pilot to fly the aircraft to beyond PTS standards. There is a healthy load of academics as well as flying. Typical course is 1 day. $1800 + Aircraft

Mountain Syllabus: Flight training in Washington, Iowa, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah through some of the most challenging terrain and weather in the United States. You’ll learn how to properly fly through valleys as well as IFR procedures as they relate to mountain operations. Typical course is 6 days. $10,800.00 + Aircraft

Dead stick from 5000 feet
Back in the old days (World War 2) and after, radar was in its infancy - but it was good enough. A lot of aircraft lacked the instrumentation to navigate in bad weather and then get down through the weather to the runway. So they had radar sets positioned at airfields to 'talk' the aircraft down.

Training Rates & Pilot Services:  $1800 per day

SR-20 Aircraft Utilization: $270.00 per hr dry + fuel

SR-22 Supercharged Aircraft Utilization: $375.00 per hr dry + fuel

Travel days:  $750 per day (Domestic or International) 

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