INTRODUCTORY FLIGHT LESSON
Introductory Flight Lessons or ‘Test Flights’ are for motivated individuals, seeking to Learn to Fly. And, who might likely want to join the Stanford Flying Club, and pursue their Pilot License. They are not suitable for sight-seeing tours, and normally not for more than 1 person.
No regular Membership is required to sign up for one. Guest-Membership status is included with the Introductory Lesson
Resources (like Airplanes, Instructors, Introductory Flight Lessons, Club Memberships, etc.) are limited. You will need to provide your full name, and complete contact information (name, address, phone, e-mail, etc.). And, you will need to have a valid passport or Visa. This Lesson will typically include:
Total time: about 2 Hours and 50 Minutes.
STANFORD FLYING CLUB MEMBERSHIP / ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Memberships are intended for those seeking to learn to fly and obtain or upgrade their Pilot Certificate.
Membership is open to the public. Applicants must provide their full name, address and contact information.
An Introduction/Onboarding meeting of approximately 50 minutes, that will typically cover:
To start Flight Training, the US Transportation Security Agency [TSA] requires US citizens to present a valid US Passport. Or a US Birth Certificate. US Permanent Residents or non-citizens need approval to take flight training directly from the TSA. Stanford Flying Club Members normally receive such approval within a few weeks after applying.
The Club can not assist non-citizens with obtaining any I-20 or Visa to be able to be in the US.
Flight Lessons & Membership Enrollment are by appointment.