6501 N. Wilkinson Dr. Prescott, Arizona 86301
928-445-8320 ADMIN
928-445-8326 DISPATCH

Our Mission

To train the safest, most well-rounded and sought-after aviators, in a modern training environment, through efficient instruction and honest customer service.

At North-Aire we pride ourselves in honest customer service.

You don’t like fine print, and neither do we.

Getting a pilot license is expensive and we want to make sure you get the most out of your investment. We also want to educate you and help you find the best fit for your flight training.

Hopefully North-Aire can offer you what you need at the price you want. Maybe you will find a better deal somewhere else and we are ok with that.

We want to make sure you understand what you are getting into, and why choosing North-Aire Aviation is the way to fly.

Our Team

Our team is comprised of experienced flight instructors, tending to smaller class sizes.

For obvious reasons, you will want an experienced instructor. However, many young instructors are eager to teach and are fresh on teaching techniques. Ask to talk to your future instructor if he/she is available to meet with you before signing up. You will spend a few weeks/months with them, so we want to make sure you are comfortable.

Our flight instructors usually handle 6-8 students, 10 at max.

Our Fleet

An older fleet is not always a bad thing, as long as airplanes are well maintained.

Most airplanes flying today were built in the 1970s so don’t be surprised to hear that the fleet is 30+ years old.

Take a look at the airplanes, you don’t have to be a mechanic to know if you will want to fly the airplane. If the school has a maintenance department, ask for a tour of the facility. A professional outfit is easy to identify and should make you feel comfortable that you will be safe flying.

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Cost and Hours

Most flight schools advertise their services by quoting the minimum number of hours it takes to complete a license.

BEWARE: only a few select students complete the course within minimums, you will likely have to pay extra to complete your training. When comparing flight school, be sure to always compare how many hours of airplane and instructor time you will receive.

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