Flight Training

Whether you’re looking for a introductory flight training or instrument & commercial training, we can help.

Discovery Flight

Future Pilot Flight

Private Pilot

Instrument & Commercial

Discovery Flight

Future Pilot Flight

Private Pilot

Instrument & Commercial

Flight Training Packages

Learning to fly is an accomplishment like no other.  It’s a skill to suit a passion, a means for business or for an exciting career. Obtaining a pilot license is one of the most affordable educations you can acquire. Once you have your pilot license, it’s yours forever!

Lakeland Aviation offers training with Cessna 172s that rent for $120-$130/hour, fuel included.  The rate for a FAA certified instructor is $50/hour. So whether you’re just starting out, looking to brush up on your skills, or would like to add a rating, we’ll help you get it done!

Discovery Flight

A Discovery Flight is the first step into the exciting world of aviation. Whether you’re just curious about what it’s like to fly a small airplane or have the goal of a lifelong career in aviation, taking a discovery flight at Lakeland Aviation of Minocqua will introduce you to all of the excitement that general aviation has to offer.

Cost: Determined by duration.

Future Pilot Flight

This is for the person who is reasonably certain he or she wants to pursue flight training but just wants to be sure before committing too much time, money, or effort. You and one of our FAA Certified Flight Instructors will spend 30 minutes on the ground discussing the basics of flying before going up for your first 45-minute flight. During this flight, you will actually experience executing your very first takeoff and landing.

Cost: $170

Private Pilot

Flight training includes aircraft maneuvers, navigation, emergency procedures and cross-country flight planning in preparation for passing pass the FAA private pilot’s written examination (a 60-question, multiple choice test) and a checkride with an FAA examiner.

Flying lessons can begin at any age, however, students must be at least 16 to obtain a student pilot certificate. The student pilot certificate is necessary for solo flight and requires a completed physical examination, which is also your medical certificate.

To apply for a private pilot license, students must be at least 17 years of age and have logged at least 40 hours of flight training. A minimum of 20 hours of training must be with a certified instructor, the remaining 20 can be solo.  Most student pilots log 50-60 hours before they feel ready to apply for the pilot license.

*The average cost of getting a private pilot license is $7,000 to $9,000.

Cost: Determined by duration.

Instrument & Commercial

A key component to round out a pilot’s training, the instrument rating enables a pilot to fly solely by reference to the instruments. This challenging discipline of flight training prepares a pilot to fly with confidence should the weather turn, through clouds and night time variables.

Cost: Determined by duration.

Related Services

Maintenance

Our experienced technicians can aid in troubleshooting problems and provide solutions that get you back in the air as quickly as possible.

Rentals

Lakeland Aviation offers a variety of transportation options to meet your travel needs, from aircraft rental to vehicle rentals.

Hangars

With over 30,000 sq. ft. of heated and unheated hangar space available, Lakeland Aviation can provide your or your company’s aircraft with safe storage on a year-round, monthly, weekly or daily basis, all at competitive rates.

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1545 N.Farming Rd. Arbor Vitae, WI 54568

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(715) 356-3891

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(715) 356-2740