Does Sling Pilot Academy offer accommodation or housing?
Sling Pilot Academy offers several accommodation options 5 minutes away from Torrance Airport.
Student housing apartments and houses come fully-furnished and each
student will be provided with a twin size bed, mattress and mattress
cover. Students will be responsible for providing their own bedding. Washing of bedding will be the responsibility of the student. Billing for housing will be weekly in advance.
Price is $225 per week, for a shared room.
Price is $425 per week, for own room.
A $250 security deposit will be collected at start.
Note: Some housing requires Renters Insurance, which we will handle for a fee.
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I have an existing foreign Private Pilot License - does this count?
FAA Validation of Foreign Certificate A straight FAA validation of a foreign PPL is quite easy and requires some paperwork and a meeting at a US FAA FSDO. This results in an FAA Private Pilot certificate ‘issued on the basis of a foreign certificate’ ...
Hourly Aircraft and CFI Pricing/Cost
Sling Pilot Academy always strives to offer the best value. We focus on the needs and progress of our Students. If not enrolled in one of our Accelerated 6-month or 9-month courses, our hourly rates are as follows: Sling NGT (Next Generation IFR ...
What age do I need to be to join the Academy?
Minimum age: 18 Must have a high school diploma or GED Must be able to obtain and maintain a First Class Airman’s Medical Certificate More here: https://www.slingpilotacademy.com/prerequisites/ Note: to there is no minimum age to start learning to ...
Do I need to be a US Citizen to join the Academy?
In short, No. In order to join the Academy you need to be legally in the US and authorized to study. A current US Passport or US Birth Certificate is required, or if a foreign Citizen, a Permanent Resident card or a Visa that allows study. Foreign ...
Using a Light-Sport Aircraft for Private, Instrument and Commercial Certificates?
Contrary to some legacy flight training thinking, Light-Sport Aircraft can in fact be used for both training and testing for the following ratings: Private Pilot ASEL, Instrument Airplane, CFI, CFII. Breaking it down, here are some good reasons to ...