At Twin Cities Flight Training, we offer private pilot training courses for students in Minnesota. Our team of experienced pilots can provide you with high-quality training that adheres to all Federal Aviation Administration standards. As an aspiring student, you may be wondering when you should enroll for your private pilot training. Understanding the pros and cons of each season can help you find the time of year that is best for you and your personal success.

 

Winter | In order to be successful with your flight training, you should prepare to put forth a lot of your time and attention toward the course. If winter is a particularly busy time for you with holidays and family responsibilities, you should consider waiting until another time of the year to enroll in your training.

 

On the other hand, some people consider winter an ideal time to take on the ground training portion of the program. If you’re interested in the 21-Day Private Pilot course at Twin Cities Flight Training, you must complete the ground training portion and the FAA written exam prior to enrolling in the course. Completing this step can prepare you to take on the accelerated course in the spring.

 

Spring | As the days grow longer, spring can be an excellent time to start your private pilot training courses. However, springtime in Minnesota experiences unpredictable weather. From random blizzards to severe thunderstorms, you never know what to expect during these few weeks. Harsh weather conditions can delay your timeline for completing your training and obtaining your certificate. On the contrary, you may prefer to take your course in the spring so you can have your Private Pilot Certificate in time for summer.

 

Summer | Perhaps the most preferable time of the year, summer provides a warm and well-lit time to take on the private flight training course. Aside from occasional thunderstorms, hail, and lightning, summer provides students with a fair and inviting learning environment. Summer can get relatively busy so make sure you enroll for your private pilot training course well in advance.

 

Autumn | If you have a busy summer, you may want to consider waiting until autumn to take your private pilot training course. Because many people consider autumn as a time to go back to school, you may find yourself most motivated during this time of the year. Additionally, you can expect fair temperatures and weather throughout your training.

 

At Twin Cities Flight Training, we conduct your private flight training according to your own personal pace and schedule. Taking time to consider how each season may affect your timeline can help you successfully complete your training and achieve your Private Pilot Certificate. For more information on our private pilot training course, contact Twin Cities Flight Training at 763-780-4375.