Learning To Fly
This page is the starting point on your journey to become a pilot and what you have to do in order to start flying lessons with a Leighnor Aircraft approved flight instructor. The first question you need to be able to answer is whether or not aviation is a career choice or you're becoming a pilot for a non-career reason. If you don't know and you're thinking about learning to fly, then we recommend you take a Discovery Flight. A Discovery Flight is like a mini flying lesson and will put you behind the controls of an airplane.
If your aviation interest is more hobby-based, talk to your flight instructor about the Sport Pilot certificate, which may be more budget friendly. Any one of our flight instructors can fill you in on the requirements and pros and cons of each type of certificate.
Register for a FREE Flight Schedule Pro account
Flight Schedule Pro is a web application that Leighnor Aircraft uses to schedule and bill our aircraft.
Contact a flight instructor
Contact a flight instructor to discuss learning to fly and getting started with flying lessons.
Submit the rental application and rental agreement
The rental application collects information to validate a new pilot's background. The rental agreement is the rules by which pilots are expected to operate our aircraft. For new student pilots, this application form is required before you can be approved for solo flight operations.
Request Prescott Airport Gate Codes
For new student pilots flying out of Prescott, you must request access to the airport security perimeter. For satellite locations, this step is not required.