Get Your FAA Sport Pilot License

trike on groundAfter you take an introductory flight, you’ll move to the front seat of the trike under the guidance of our instructor. Here you’ll have more control and a better view of the aircraft instrument panel.

We recommend scheduling early morning or late afternoon lessons, when flying conditions are the calmest.

Call 856-305-3477 or contact us to book an introductory flight or lessons.

Trike Pilot School trains pilots to FAA Sport Pilot standards. This requires 15 hours dual and 5 hours of supervised solo flight. You will be trained to FAA Practical Flight Test standards using Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA) training materials.

We also supervise you through your self-paced ground school studies as per FAA written and practical test requirements.

Important! To meet Transport Security Administration (TSA) requirements, you must bring  the following proof of  U.S. citizenship with you:

  1. A Photo ID (driver’s license) and
  2. A Passport or Birth Certificate and
  3. A passport-size Photograph.

If you are not a U.S. citizen and do not already have a FAA license, bring a copy of your TSA background clearance and a passport-sized Photograph.

Training Overview


  1. Introductory flight (optional)
  2. Course Overview

Phase 1. Basic Airwork Lessons

  1. Level Flight and Shallow Turns
  2. Airspeed/Altitude Control and Steeper Turns
  3. Normal Takeoffs, Climbs, and Descents

Phase 2.  Advanced Airwork Lessons

  1. Min/Max Controllable Airspeeds and Stalls
  2. Emergency Procedures and Spirals
  3. Ground Reference Maneuvers

Phase 3. Traffic Pattern Lessons

  1. Stabilized Approaches and Airport Operations
  2. Normal Landings
  3. Crosswind Takoffs and Landings
  4. Takeoffs and Landings in Turbulence

Phase 4. Solo Flight Lessons

  1. First Solo Flight
  2. Supervised Solos

Phase 5. Cross-Country

  1. Dual Cross-Country
  2. Supervised Solo Cross-Country

Self-Study Topics (recommended Sport Pilot materials to study)

  1. Sectional Charts
  2. Airspace and Weather Minimums
  3. Communications
  4. Flight Operations
  5. Weather
  6. Federal Aviation Regulations
  7. Cross-Country Planning
  8. Aircraft Performance

Instructor-Led Topics (done during or between flight lessons)

  1. Sectional Charts and Cross-Country Planning
  2. Radio Procedures
  3. Airport Operations
  4. Flight Preparations (NOTAMS, TFR’s, FSS Briefings and Local Restrictions)
  5. Wake Turbulence Avoidance, Emergency Procedures, Go-Arounds and Windshear Avoidence
  6. Aircraft assembly, disassembly, tie-down, and storage
  7. Examinations (Pre-Solo and PTS Prep)

Call 856-305-3477 or contact us to schedule an introductory flight or lessons.