Q: Where are you located?
A: We have two locations, VGT and HND. We are also currently building a flight school/service facility down in Henderson that should be completed by Q2, 2019.
Q: How many aircraft do you have?
A: We currently have 6 aircraft. Three SR22’s and one SR20 in North Las Vegas and one SR22 and an SR22 Turbo down in Henderson.
Q: Do you have an SF50 Vision Jet?
A: A brand new 2018 SF50 Vision Jet will be joining our fleet in December, 2018 and will be available for dual training.
Q: Do you have any other types of airplanes?
A: No. We are a Cirrus only boutique flight school.
Q: How much does it cost to rent one of your Cirrus’?
A: Our aircraft run from $370 (SR20) - $510 (turbo) an hour wet. Our Instructors are $85/hr in our aircraft, $100/hr in the owner’s aircraft.
Q: How can I get checked out to rent one of your aircraft?
A: If you have your PPL but are new to flying a Cirrus you will need to go through Transition Training. There is a ground portion on the Cirrus Learning Portal and then it is about three days of flying with one of our instructors.
Q: Do you do flight tours?
A: We are a flight school, not a tour guide company. However, we are happy to provide a flight training experience with an instructor where you can “tour” the area while sitting in the left seat and flying the aircraft!
Q: Can I bring along my family/friends? Does it cost extra?
A: Our aircraft can comfortably hold four adults. There are three seatbelts in the back and can hold Five if there are children. Each aircraft has a different useful load (weight limit). There is no extra charge for passengers.
Q: Do you buy/sell airplanes?
A: All In Aviation is the Cirrus flight school. However, Paul Sallach, the owner of AIA, can help you with that. Paul’s cell phone # is 702-285-6040.
Q: How many instructors do you have?
A: We currently have two full-time instructor and three part-time instructors.
Q: How far in advance do I need to book a lesson/rental?
A: With six aircraft we can usually accommodate a rental within just a few days. To book an aircraft with an instructor (or just an instructor) we recommend at least a week to two weeks for availability. However, we will always do our best to find someone to work with you last minute if needed!