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Flight Training


Introduction to Flight Training

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Introduction to Flight Training

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The excitement of learning how to fly is a rewarding experience but safety is always exercised for the enjoyment of your flight. All introductory flights require a two hour block appointment to give you an opportunity on the ground for a safety briefing and flight. Depending on the weather we will fly over to the practice area or over Lake Conroe and allow you to take control of the airplane. The instructor will demonstrate some of the private pilot maneuvers. Looking out the window is allowed during the flight. After landing back into Conroe Airport, we will taxi back to Lone Star's hangar and do the shutdown procedure. Your flight can count as a training flight and can be recorded in a pilot logbook (extra charge) and count towards your training. The person taking the flight must be 15 years or older. A person under the age of 18 will require a signed parental permission release form.

For your safety and ours, Lone Star Flight reserves the right to reschedule a flight due to unsafe weather or airplane maintenance issues which we deem unsafe to fly; furthermore, the person taking the flight needs to notify us if they have had Covid-19. If the person taking the flight is intoxicated, or ill upon arriving for their flight it will be forfeited with no refund. Any flight rescheduled beyond the 30 days for weather and maintenance issues will be rescheduled for another day. (Only one Introductory Flight excursion per customer).


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