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DA-40 Diamond Star

G1000 Avionics. XM Weather and Traffic. Extended Range Tanks. 150 kts cruise.

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2595

DA-42 TWIN STAR

Our newest twin! Garmin G1000. XM Weather and Traffic. Leather Seats. Extended Range Tanks.

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Cessna 182RG

Workhorse! 235 horse power. GPS. IFR. Fits 4 adults and full tanks.

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R-22 Helicopter

Lycoming O-360. GPS. Leather Interior.

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BECOME A PROFESSIONAL PILOT

Private Pilot License

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Multi-Engine License

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Instrument Rating

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Certified Flight Instructor

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Commercial Pilot License

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MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS

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Marc Ahumada
ATP / MEI

Marc is a CFI with a career in aviation that spans more than two decades long. He too enjoys sharing his love for teaching others to fly. His background includes…

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Gil Herrera
Chief Pilot / ATP / MEI

Gil is a CFI who has a passion for teaching students the art of flying. After retiring from his years of dedicated service to the Los Angeles County community, he…

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Ruben Garay
ATP / CFI-I

Ruben started as a customer of So Cal Flying Club and with his passion for aviation and future goals, he worked hard in obtaining his Instructor Ratings with while flying…

TESTIMONIALS

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Mark V.

(Commercial Pilot)

My first commercial flight was when I was in the 5th grade to the Philippines - I knew. I knew, this is what I wanted to do with my life. To fly. But to do that, you need to find a place to learn to fly. With the cost involved and the dynamic experience you will need to have with an instructor flying right next to you hours on end - you don't just choose any flight club/school to learn.

SoCal gives you both. With some of the lowest rates for renting a DA-40 (G1000 and Steam Gauge) and some of the most friendly and knowledgeable flight instructors out there - they have definitely brought back the fun with flying again. Trust me, I have looked far and wide for a "home" with DA40s, and I have been met with open arms from the crew at SoCal. Not only are they easy going and professional, but they actually care about their customers. Easy to schedule with online as well! Aircraft: SoCal has a G1000 DA40 and steam gauge equipped DA40 (and more on the way!) - they are kept top notch and cleaned regularly and detailed. Each aircraft has its own toolbox with tools and oil may the event you need it. All prices are included with fuel, and if you need fuel at another destination, they will reimburse you to the amount at KPOC. Instructors and staff: From my first tour with Jeff - who was nothing but professional and understanding to my needs; to my checkout with Rick their chief pilot who has loads of flight hours and professional experience. Rick is committed to a professional safe operation of each flight and a knowledgeable experience during training. And it shows; with my flight instructor Ben who is nothing but professional and courteous with my training for my IFR rating. But one thing that all the staff have in common is the fun they put into the process. Easy going, easy to talk to - no B.S. on the instruction hours or surprise billing. TL;DR: One of the best places to train with DA40s, knowledgeable - easy going, instructors, top notch maintained planes, and KPOC is a great airport with two runways, towered with really chill+professional controllers. Not convinced? Go on a demo flight.

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GENERAL FAQ

More Questions

How long does it take to get a Private Pilot's License?

Even though the FAA states that a minimum of 40 hours of total time is required for the private pilot’s license, the national average is approximately 65-75 hours.

Is flying safe?

Well-built and well-maintained aircraft flown by a competent and prudent pilot make flying as safe or safer than many other forms of transportation.

What types of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, credit/debit and personal checks.

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