At Stein Aircraft Services the flight instruction is provided as governed by Part 61 of 14 Code of Federal Regulations. This permits us to provide instruction in an organized manner while being able to adjust lessons to fit the individual studentâ€™s needs. These regulations allow us to deliver instruction according to the requirements set forth by the government, yet accommodate individual studentâ€™s learning profiles. In other words, we donâ€™t have to force fit any student into a predetermined training syllabus. Instead, we can adjust the lesson to fit the student whenever necessary.
We standardize our training by using Jeppesen printed training materials as a reference base for ground and air instruction, incorporating DVD and CD Rom video media. We also utilize training materials from the Federal Aviation Administration, King Schools, ASA, and Schweizer, Cirrus, Cessna, Piper and Diamond aircraft companies. Our pilot shop carries a regular stock of a wide variety of training materials and texts. We follow a syllabus that allows each student and instructor to know precisely where they are in progress towards attaining their license or rating.
The first step is to set an appointment with one of our flight instructors to discuss your learning objectives and obtain the information you need to proceed. Learning to fly is fun and not all that difficult, but it is detailed when you consider all the options available and the regulations that govern flying.