Rates

Elevate Aviation offers the best rates to meet your needs.  If you are working on a certificate or rating, a short term rental or just want to take a flight, our rates are designed to help you get the most of your investment.  

CLUB RATE

Do you plan to fly regularly?  Are you interested in training as well as rental?  The Club progarm is most likely for you.  The prorated amount of $3,500/yr gives the client access to ALL of the following rates:

  • SR 20 $199/hr (without fuel)
  • SR22T $299 (without fuel)
  • Simulator $29
  • Instructor $80

 

BLOCK RATE

Are you planning on using several hours in a short period of time only?  The Block rate is for those with a specific target of usage for a limited time.  The blocks are purchased in increments of 10 hrs and are only good for the month of purchase.  Any unused time is forfeited at the end of that month.  Each item is purchased in separate blocks.  (ie: a renter might purchase a block in the SR 20, but, if they need instruction, they would also purchase a block of Instructor time).

  • SR 20 $209/hr (without fuel)
  • SR22T $329/hr (without fuel)
  • Instructor $89/hr 
  • Simulator $59/hr

 

HOURLY RATE

For clients needing a few hours in the plane and don't fly regularly, the hourly rate is available.  The rates are as follows:

  • SR20 $275 (fuel included)
  • SR22T $449 (fuel included)
  • Instructor $95/hr
  • Simulator $79/hr

PROFESSIONAL PILOT, FULL DAY INSTRUCTION AND OVERNIGHT RATES

For clients that need a pilot to fly their plane or are looking to combine a business/leisure trip with instruction, we offer a simple day rate.  The client covers the Room & Board.

  • Full day SR Series aircraft - $749
  • Full day Vision Jet - $1,000

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