Fly Seward offers a full line of flight training, from introductory flights, to private pilot and commercial ratings, to endorsements and flight reviews. Contact us to discuss your goals!

Rates

  • Flight instruction (ground instruction, flight instruction in our airplane, and flight instruction in your airplane): $60/hour
  • Hourly wet (includes fuel) rental rate in our Cessna 150 (in addition to the above flight instruction rate if dual training): $130/hour
    • Pre-purchase 10 hours and receive $10 off per hour: $120/hour
    • For solo flights/rental, you will need to obtain non-owned insurance (we can help, it’s easy!)
  • Introductory flights – 1 hour of flight training on the ground, and 1 hour of flight time: $150
  • A sales tax of 7% also applies

Offerings

  • Private pilot
  • Commercial pilot
  • Flight reviews
  • Tailwheel endorsements (in your own plane)
  • Complex endorsements (in your own plane)
  • High Performance endorsements (in your own plane)
  • Float instruction (in your own plane)
  • Insurance checkouts/requirements
  • Bush flying
  • Mountain flying
  • Alaska flying
  • Gravel/off airport flying
  • Custom training to meet your goals

TSA Requirements

Prior to beginning training, in accordance with 49 CFR 1552.3(h), we need to see the following (if you are not from the U.S., contact us):

(h) U.S. citizens and nationals and Department of Defenseendorsees. A flight school must determine whether an individual is a citizen or  national of the United States, or a Department of Defense endorsee, prior to providing flight training to the individual.

(1) U.S. citizens and nationals. To establish U.S. citizenship or nationality an individual must present to the flight school his or her:

(i) Valid, unexpired United States passport;

(ii) Original or government-issued certified birth certificate of the United States, American Samoa, or Swains Island, together with a government-issued picture identification of the individual;

(iii) Original United States naturalization certificate with raised seal, or a Certificate of Naturalization issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) (Form N-550 or Form N-570), together with a government-issued picture identification of the individual;

(iv) Original certification of birth abroad with raised seal, U.S. Department of State Form FS-545, or U.S. Department of StateForm DS-1350, together with a government-issued picture identification of the individual;

(v) Original certificate of United States citizenship with raised seal, a Certificate of  United States Citizenship issued by the USCIS or INS (Form N-560 or Form N-561), or a Certificate of Repatriation issued by the USCIS or INS (Form N-581), together with a government-issued picture identification of the individual; or

(vi) In the case of flight training provided to a Federal employee (including military personnel) pursuant to a contract between a Federal agency and a  flight school, the agency’s written certification as to its employee’s  United States citizenship or nationality, together with the employee’s government-issued credentials or other Federally-issued picture identification.

Off airport training on beaches
N4795X practicing short/gravel field take offs and landings at Quartz Creek (JLA)
Off airport training on frozen lakes
Mountain flying over the Kenai Fjords
Off airport training on gravel
Winter ski training