Ground School

In addition to offering quality flight instruction, Nassau Flyers offers ground school courses to supplement your flight training. Whether you are a student pilot pursuing a new certificate or rating, or a seasoned pilot interested in refreshing your knowledge, Nassau Flyers has ground school classes to meet your needs. Although ground school courses are not mandatory additions to your flight training, we highly recommend them to prepare you for your written exams, and to make you a safer pilot.

Private Pilot Ground School

Nassau Flyers’ Private Pilot Ground School is based on the Jeppesen Private Pilot Course, and it incorporates the Jeppesen Private Pilot Textbook, the Jeppesen Private Pilot Video Series, and the Jeppesen Private Pilot Test Guide.

The ground school is held one night per week from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and it lasts for 12 weeks. Weekly class sessions include video clips, test questions, and general review. The class size is limited to 10 people, and you will be ready to take your Private Pilot written exam at the conclusion of the class.

Instrument Ground School

The Instrument Ground School is designed to prepare you for the instrument written exam. Similar to the Private Pilot Ground School, it is based on the Jeppesen Instrument materials, and it incorporates the Jeppesen Instrument Textbook, the Instrument Video Series, and the Instrument Test Guide.

The Instrument ground school is held one night per week from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and it lasts for 12 weeks. Weekly class sessions include video clips, test questions, and general review. The class size is limited to 10 people, and you will be ready to take your Instrument written exam at the conclusion of the class.

Included:
36 Classroom Hours

Topics include aerodynamics, aircraft engines and systems, weather, navigation, flight planning and air regulations and safety. Over 300 FAA exam questions are reviewed.

Highly Respected Training Materials

Nassau Flyers ground schools use the best of the Jeppesen-Sanderson audio visuals along with our own materials and FAA publications.

Convenient Scheduling

Classes begin once per quarter and run for 12 weeks.

Small Class Size

Highly personalized instruction for maximum learning opportunity in a comfortable, modern classroom setting.

Experienced Instructor

The instructor is a licensed FAA Airline Transport Pilot in both airplanes and helicopters, has ratings as an advanced ground and instrument ground instructor, and is a certified helicopter flight instructor.