McCullough Aviation, LLC

McCullough Aviation offers both flight and ground training.
Please refer to current FAA regulations for additional details.

Biennial Flight Review (BFR)
Licensed pilots are required to have satisfactorily completed a BFR, or equivalent, within the previous 24 months, in order to act as Pilot in Command of an aircraft. 

Instrument Checks
Instrument rated pilots, who do not meet recent instrument flight experience rules, require an Instrument Proficiency Check in order to act as Pilot in Command during instrument flight conditions.

Private Pilot
This certificate allows a pilot to fly just about anywhere in any aircraft in which the holder is qualified. This pilot may carry passengers during day or night, but may not receive compensation for flying or carrying passengers or cargo.

Commercial Pilot
This certificate allows a pilot to fly an aircraft, or carry passengers or cargo, for compensation.

Instrument Rating
This additional rating on a pilot certificate allows the holder to fly an aircraft during instrument flight conditions on an instrument flight plan.

Multi-Engine Rating - Cessna 310R
This additional rating on a pilot certificate allows the holder to fly an aircraft with more than one engine.

Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) Training, Aircraft and Instruments
This certificate allows the holder to instruct other pilots and provide endorsements.

Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) Renewal
Bring the Certificate issued at the completion of any FAA approved Flight Instructor Refresher Course (FIRC) and we can accomplish the required FAA paperwork to complete your CFI renewal.

Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) - Cessna 182 and 310R
This is an advanced pilot certificate typically held by professional pilots.

For your convenience, a Designated Pilot Examiner is on staff.
This means that once your training is complete, and your instructor has recommended you for a pilot certificate, the knowledge and practical tests may be administered, in house, by a McCullough Aviation Designated Examiner. There is no need to be tested by an FAA inspector. We do not currently give tests for ATP or for the original issue CFI. We can, however, provide ATP and CFI training as well as CFI renewals and re-qualifications.