Telephone  011 52 1 415 114 4483 from outside of Mexico

WhatsAp / US cell 720 641 6742

or WhatsAp at (52) 415 114 1183 in Mexico

rkhensonpe@gmail.com

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WELCOME TO THE FASCINATING WORLD

OF AVIATION

Thank you for your interest in Alas de San Miguel!

Whether you are totally new to the cockpit or an experienced pilot with thousands of hours, Alas de San Miguel is your best choice for flight training in Mexico. We have flown this beautiful country for 15 years and have had the pleasure of meeting many aspiring and enthusiastic students and pilots such as yourself: young and old! We are happy to offer professional level aviation training from our base in “the heart of Mexico”.

Preliminary Matters

Most of our students want to get into the air as soon as possible! Tomorrow! The good news is that when preparing for a US FAA pilot certificate there are almost no bureaucratic obstacles to your goals:

You do NOT need a Student Pilot Certificate to begin your training;

Requirements for a US FAA Pilot Certificate

Just “learning to fly” is different than a dedicated commitment to working towards an actual pilot certificate or rating. If you have ridden a bicycle or driven a car in your life you already understand MOST of the principles of physics involved and you already have the required basic motor skills and coordination required to maneuver an aircraft.

Your Training

Basic to our training program is an understanding that our students are self-motivated, will set goals for completion of each phase of training, and will devote a certain number of hours each week in preparation for the Knowledge (written) Test and the next flight training session.

Why a US FAA Pilot Certificate?

The basic minimum requirements for obtaining pilot certificates are similar all over the world and mostly consistent with recommendations published by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, OACI in Mexico) which is part of the United Nations. These recommendations are adopted by “Member Contracting States” of which Mexico and the United States are both members.

Please call us with any questions!