Helicopter Courses

ROTORCRAFT COURSES

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Helicopter program cost estimates at Snohomish Flying Service (SFS) are based on Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141 minimum approved course completion requirements. Students are encouraged to constantly maintain the frequency of training as additional time may be required if steady progression is not maintained; varied learning abilities may also be a determining factor. Consistent attendance enhances learning at the highest level and reduces repetition of maneuvers and ground lessons previously completed.

To further the SFS commitment in a superior learning environment while offering additional cost savings opportunities, we have invested in the purchase of 180 acres of training land surrounding the airport. That means the hundreds of dollars you might spend at other schools flying the helicopter to and from practice locations can be immediately invested in training without accruing unnecessary flight hours traveling to and from the practice area.

With over 66 years of experience, there is no doubt that Snohomish Flying Service has earned a reputation as an industry leader successfully training professional and competent pilots since incorporation in 1951. Learn from the Leader, we invite you to start training today.

SNOHOMISH FLYING SERVICE (SFS)

is a proven industry leader in Career Professional Pilot Training offering FAA Approved Fixed Wing and Helicopter Flight Training Programs from the initial Private Pilot Certificate to the Professional Commercial Pilot. The Helicopter Program also includes FAR Part 133 Long Line Training.

(Private Pilot Costs)
Flight Instruction : 27.0 Hours Dual Flight 8.0 Hours Solo
Ground Instruction: 10.0 Hours Pre & Post Flight (.3 allotted for each flight) 20.0 Hours Ground Instruction
Other Costs : Study Materials FAA Written Exam FAA Medical Exam Examiner's Fee for Flight Test
Note: Variation in flight time cost is dependent upon which aircraft is used. See Our Fleet for more details. Ground School is an essential part of your flight training program. With our training system, you can work at your own pace, lesson-by-lesson, hand-in-hand with each step of your flight training.

(Commercial Pilot Costs)
Flight Instruction : 30.0 Hours Dual Flight 85.0 hours Solo Flight
Ground Instruction: 9.0 Hours Pre & Post Flight (.3 allotted for each flight) 15.0 Hours Ground Instruction
Other Costs : Study Materials FAA Written Exam FAA Medical Exam Examiner's Fee for Flight Test
Note: Variation in flight time cost is dependent upon which aircraft is used. See Our Fleet for more details. Ground School is an essential part of your flight training program. With our training system, you can work at your own pace, lesson-by-lesson, hand-in-hand with each step of your flight training.