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Aviation Flight Fees

Flight Fees Fall 2017

Flight fees are based on estimated usage of instructor time and planes and are listed below.  Specifically, flight fees cover aircraft rental and flight instructor compensation for the minimum flight hours required for each flight lab and the FAA written exam. These fees DO NOT cover the cost of extra time (ET) flights necessary to progress to the next level of airmanship, mandatory flight insurance fees or the end-of-course (EOC) check-ride fees by an FAA Designated Pilt Examiner (DPE). At course end, final charges are adjusted to actual usage and may result in refunds or additional charges.

Private Pilot

AVN 161/192 - Private Pilot-SEL Ground $   390
AVN 161A/192A - Private Pilot-SEL Flight I $ 4,025
AVN 162A/193A - Private Pilot-SEL Flight II $ 4,360
Total Private Pilot $8,775

Instrument Rating

AVN 220 - Instrument Pilot SEL Ground $ 1,750
AVN 221A - Instrument Pilot SEL Flight I $ 4,100
AVN 222A - Instrument Pilot SEL Flight II $ 5,300
Total Instrument Rating $11,150


AVN 300 - Commercial Pilot-Ground $   550
AVN 301A - Commercial Pilot-SEL Flight I $ 3,300
AVN 302A - Commercial Pilot-SEL Flight II $ 2,700
AVN 303A - Commercial Pilot-SEL Flight III $ 2,700
AVN 304A - Commercial Pilot-SEL Flight IV $ 3,100
Total Commercial $12,350


AVN 305 - Multi-Engine Ground $   800
AVN 305A - Multi-Engine Flight $ 7,100
Total Multi-Engine $7,900

Degree Requirements***



Certified Flight Instructor

AVN 415 - CFI Ground $   300
AVN 415A - Commercial CFI SEL $ 3,900
AVN 421 - CFII/MEI Ground $   150
AVN 421A - CFII SEL $ 3,000
AVN 423A - MEL $ 5,220
Requirements for being released to fly at the Central Kentucky Regional Airport include:
  1. Register for course
  2. Payment of course fees
  3. Proof of medical certificate
  4. Proof of flight insurance
  5. Original U.S. birth certificate or TSA approval
  6. Passing result on drug test


  • The above course fees are in addition to regular tuition, housing, books, meals, etc.
  • Program Total does not include: $260.00 insurance fee per flight course (course ending in A), personal flight insurance, flight physical for Medical Certificate, navigation publications or the end of course check ride by a FAA Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) which currently range between $400-$550.
  • For help in locating an approved flight-physical physician, visit Useful Links and click on “FAA Medical Examiner Locator”
  • Fees are an estimate. Some students will require more flight time while others will take less.

See the downloadable PDF flyer below...

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