Private and Commercial
Pilot Training

There is no greater thrill or sense of accomplishment than learning how to fly. The freedom and satisfaction of flying an airplane is something you can achieve with the right training, location, and aircraft.

Pilot Training Programs

– Learn How to Fly –

Scottsdale Executive offers the
following licenses / ratings:
  • Private Pilot
  • Instrument Rating
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Certified Flight Instructor
  • Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument

Our location in northeast Phoenix is one of the best in which to learn how to operate an aircraft in today’s flight environment. The Scottsdale airport has several key advantages that will complement your flight training:

​We utilize the Cirrus SR20, the Cirrus SR22T and SR22 as our primary flight training aircraft. These aircraft are easy to fly and extremely reliable, so you can be assured of the safest and most efficient learning environment around.

  • A control tower providing a safe and stable learning environment.
  • Immediate access to a variety of airports and airspace within the Phoenix Area.
  • 350 days of sunshine, guaranteeing a consistent training schedule.
  • Less aircraft traffic ensures more airtime for you.

Commercial Pilot Flight Training

– Prepare for a Career in Aviation –

A Commercial Pilot License (CPL) permits the holder to be compensated for flying, meaning that the pilot will now be rated to fly for hire. This license opens the door for a career in aviation as a professional pilot.

To be eligible for a Commercial Pilot License, applicants must hold at least a private pilot license (PPL), but an instrument rating (IR) is advised. A second class medical certificate is required to use commercial privileges.

A minimum of 250 hours of flight time are required, including 100 hours of pilot-in-command time and 50 hours of cross-country flight. In addition, you will need at least 10 hours of instrument training and 10 hours in a technologically advanced aircraft.