Private Certificate – This is the basic rating required of all pilots. A Private certificate will allow you to carry family members & friends and enjoy the privileges and freedom of flight. All other ratings in the program build from this primary rating.

Commercial Certificate –A Commercial rating is required for a pilot to be employed as a professional pilot. While this is not the only rating needed to become employable, it is generally the second step in flight training.

Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – The CFI rating enables a pilot to teach other Private, Commercial and CFI students in the helicopter and in a classroom. We encourage students enrolled in our Pilot Program to work towards their CFI rating at the same time they are preparing for their Commercial rating. A pilot’s first job flying will likely be as an instructor, which is why we include this training in the Professional Pilot Program.

Instrument Rating (IFR) – The Instrument Rating enables a pilot to fly the aircraft referencing only the instrument panel, a desirable skill to possess in clouds or any situation where visibility is impaired. In today’s job market, most employers require this rating. It’s a big Plus.

Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFI-I) – Instrument Instructor rating enables the pilot to teach Instrument and CFI-I students both in the helicopter and in a classroom. Although employers are not necessarily looking for CFI-I applicants, the rating adds depth to a pilot’s skills and is attractive to potential employers.

Helicopter Training for Add-On Certificates and Ratings

If you are an airplane pilot and would like a helicopter certificate, you do not need a written test for the Private, Instrument or Commercial add-on. The flight training hour requirements are less.Note: You can begin flight training in the helicopter TODAY! There are NO prior airplane experience requirements before you can begin dual instruction in the helicopter.
Most of our add-on pilots complete their helicopter training within the FAA minimums, although this varies from student to student.
Private Add-On Helicopter Training
Complete 30 hours Minimum Flight Time Including 10 hrs of Solo Flight
NO FAA WRITTEN Exam Required
Pass an FAA Oral and Practical Flight Test
** Note: NO Prior Airplane or Aircraft Experience is REQUIRED to Earn a Helicopter License

Instructional Rates:

Introductory Flight Starting at $ 275

You will NOT find any hidden fees at Heliflights Training School. Additional expenses you can anticipate include books and supplies, medical exam and written test expenses and, of course, flight examination fees.

Pay as you Go

Helifligts is a ‘pay as you go’ flight school. Students manage their own disbursements and pay for training weekly.

No Contractual Obligation:

Heliflights does not require students to sign any commitment contract. This policy assures that we are continually working hard to make sure all of our students are satisfied with the training they are receiving.

Ground Lesson:

We provide ground school training :
Since all of our instruction is done on a One-on-One basis, it makes it easy to personalize a training schedule that works with your life. One-on-One training also allows our instructors to provide a highly personalized training program for each individual student.

Aircraft Systems, Airworthiness, Aerodynamics, Loading, Performance, Airspace, Airports, Air Traffic Control, Safety of Flight, Aviation Weather, Federal Aviation Regulations, Aeronautical Information Manual, Navigation , Navigation planning.

Free ground Lesson:

Here at Heliflights we offer every Wednesday nights at our conference room “Free Lessons” 7pm – 9pm

Open classroom for all levels.

You can meet fellow helicopter students, share tips and progress.

Autorotational Training
The ability to perform an autorotational landing is by far the most important skill set a pilot of a single engine helicopter can have. It is also the maneuver that has the lowest proficiency level throughout the industry.
To enhance safety during the full down autorotational training and to reduce wear on the aircraft all full down maneuvers are conducted to a runway environment.
Advanced Autorotations 
Improve your autorotation skills. How many pilots (other than instructors) can say that they are confident in their autorotation skills? When is the last time you did a practice autorotation?
Spend two days on this course of intensive advanced autorotations and you will be capable of handling any emergency. This is a fun course but you will be tired at the end of it.
The Course
Ground class: 4 hours
• Basic autorotations (flight): 1 hour
• Turns and “S”-turns (flight): 1 hour
• Extended range autos (flight): 1 hour
• Zero speed autos (flight): 1 hour
• Minimum  glide autos (flight): 1 hour
To teaches minimum-rate-of-descent autos. “It’s important to have the ability to slow things down and be able to have the time to evaluate a landing area, also stressed the importance of having the helicopter skids aligned in the direction of the landing to prevent rollovers. Airspeed and rotor rpm must be constantly monitored, and pilots must always be aware of wind direction.