Fly for Pleasure
Ask any pilot, and they’ll tell you- flight training is just plain fun! But as you’re thinking about signing up for flight school and pursuing your Private Pilot License, don’t forget to keep the end goal in view. A pilot’s license opens up a whole new world of recreation, travel, and community. Imagine taking your loved ones on a flight down the coast, with the beautiful sun-drenched beaches below and a brilliant cobalt blue sky all around you, taking a quick flight to dine at a restaurant that’s too far to reach by car, or enjoying a weekend of SCUBA diving or sightseeing in the Florida Keys.
What’s more, less than 1% of the American public are licensed pilots, which means you’ll be joining a very elite group. Pilots tend to be a close-knit and welcoming group, and you’ll find plenty of new friends at your local airport who understand and share your passion for the wild blue.
Fly for Business
Your pilot’s license can also be very practical. If your job or business requires occasional travel around the state or region, you can save time and money by flying yourself and your co-workers or employees to your destination. It’s also a great way to impress clients!
If you can own a boat, you can can own your own airplane. In fact, for many pilots, aircraft ownership makes good financial sense. You can fly according to your schedule, save money on overnight trips, and even enjoy significant tax deductions if you use your airplane for business. If sole ownership is a little more than your budget will allow, consider forming a partnership. Splitting costs and privileges between several owners will still give you all of the benefits at just a fraction of the cost. Ready to learn more? Call Cirrus Aviation today at 941-360-9074.
Not quite ready for ownership? No problem. Cirrus Aviation has a clean and well-maintained fleet of aircraft available for rental.