Have you looked up to the sky and thought to yourself... "How can I become a pilot?"
Well, it is easier than you might think and it can have a tremendous impact your life in more ways than you can imagine!
Flying is one of the most amazing, majestic and rewarding things you can do, whether you want to fly to your second home up North for the weekend, use it to fly to business meetings, or just take in the incredible views as you fly with your family and friends for lunch at an airport diner. Come visit us at Morey Airplane Company and learn how simple becoming a pilot really is.
Introductory flight lessons are $50.00 in a Cessna 152 and $75.00 in a Cessna 172.
Gift certificates are available at the front desk for any amount.
Flight Training FAA Minimums times are 40 hours. However, the national average to obtain a Private Pilot Certificate is approx 60 hours. Morey Flight school teaches to a performance standard and as such, each individual student's times may vary.
Estimated minimum total costs in a Cessna 152 are $5200.00 and $6100.00 in a Cessna 172. Estimated average total costs is $7300.00 in a 152 and $8700.00 in a 172. You must be 16 years old to solo and 17 years old to be eligible for your Private Pilots Certificate. All instruction is on an individual basis with our Certified Flight Instructors (CFI's).
Harold Green, one of our flight instructors, is a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP). Harold is Avidyne Entegra Qualified and Cirrus Perspective Qualified.
A new world of skills, safety and excitement for pilots! Reach a level of proficiency that will allow you to participate in aerobatic competitions.
Whatever the reason, flying aerobatics is a great way to become a better pilot, more aware of what airplanes are capable of, and how to continue to fly them no matter what attitude they may end up in. Regardless what the motivation is for flying aerobatics, there is nothing like the excitement of pulling back on the yoke and executing a perfect loop, or watching the horizon as you perform an aileron roll. The sense of accomplishment is without a doubt one of the greatest you'll have in your aviation career!
This course is taught by Mark Leonard who has been a pilot since 1986. Mark Leonard earned his private pilot license in 1986 and his flight instructing certificate in 2000. Mark received formal aerobatic training in Tennessee at William Kershener Aerobatics in 2003. Mark is currently teaching primary and aerobatic students and has logged over 2500 hours of flight time.
CFI Ratings allow you to teach others to fly. The instrument rating allows you greater flexibility when dealing with weather and the commercial rating allows you to get paid to fly! It may also reduce your insurance rates.
Flight Reviews Do you need a flight review in the near future? No problem, all of Morey's instructors are fully qualified to give reviews and will take care of all the details to get you current. Simply call Morey at 608-836-4431 to schedule your review. Please keep in mind that depending upon your recency of experience, multiple ground/flight lessons may be required to complete the flight review. A minimum flight review requires at least one hour of ground instruction covering: airspace, rules and regulations, weather, performance, weight and balance, emergency procedures and TFR's.
The review also requires at least one hour of flight in which the applicant may be asked to demonstrate navigation techniques, landings, basic private pilot maneuvers, emergency procedures and other maneuvers necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft.
When your flight review is scheduled, please study and be prepared to discuss:
The sectional chart
Intercept procedures (in the AIM)
Emergency procedures (in the airplane POH)
Normal procedures (in the airplane POH)
Please plan a cross country flight of your choice to a destination 50 miles away
Please prepare a weight and balance for your aircraft to include: A passenger of 170 lbs, a full load of fuel (long range tanks on a N model 172, regular tanks on a 152) and the takeoff and landing distance at that weight for current weather conditions
Middleton, WI Current Conditions Mostly Clear
Temp:20 F (-6 C) Wind:W at 16 knt Dewpoint:12 F (-11 C) Humidity:71 % Sunrise:7:14 AM Sunset:4:23 PM