Training

If you currently do not have any pilot’s license you can fly a gyro by obtaining a sport pilot’s license.  You do not need a medical for this, just a valid driver’s license. Training is conducted normally at Hammond Northshore Regional Airport, located in Hammond Louisiana. Advanced training will take place at a nearby grass runway, and then both a C and D class airport located within 20 minutes.

The minimum requirements are:

-15 hours of dual training, including at least 2 hours of cross country training;
-5 hours of solo flight, including at least one solo cross country of at least 50 miles;
-Pass a FAA knowledge test;
-Receive an endorsement from you flight instructor and then do your check ride with a FAA designated Pilot examiner

AutoGyro Of Louisiana - Training

AutoGyro Of Louisiana - Training

If you currently possess at least a sport pilot’s license then you merely need to be trained by one CFI and do a
proficiency ride with another CFI.  I have seen people accomplish this in a little as 8 hours, although 10-15 is more the norm.

Training is conducted normally at Hammond Northshore Regional Airport, located in Hammond Louisiana. 

Rates for Training:

-$200.00 per hour for dual time and $50.00 and hour for ground school

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