Four things we love about flight training in San Diego
Flying during beautiful weather, year-round. The weather in San Diego is G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S, with more than 300 good weather days a year- our pilots are able to fly more days than almost any other city in America!
Flying to Catalina is an absolute blast.
Sneak up the coast and then head out over the great blue to Catalina- and schedule time for a hike! The airport sits on top of the island at 1,600 feet MSL, the highest point of the island with over 20 square miles of trails around the island. This kind of adventure may be better off once you’ve already received your Private Pilot due to the complexity of the cross-country flight.
Fly up the coast and have lunch at The Landings in CRQ.
Come in time for Happy Hour (if you’re not the flying pilot of course) or for the live entertainment every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evening. Come in and watch the planes fly with every tasty morsel! A great excuse for a “cross country flight” with your flight instructor.
Do. The. Bay. Tour.
With pre-designated routes for both North and South traffic, see San Diego views the way they were meant to be seen- from the air! Get trained on things like lost diversions, basic VOR tracking, basic airmanship and cross country skills with a VIEW.