Yes! Our fleet includes single-engine Cessna aircraft, which is considered one of the saftest airplanes in the skies. NYC Air Service operates to the strictest FAA standards. Your safety is our number one priority.
Absolutely! Kids are very welcome to fly with us.
Yes, our Manhattan sightseeing flight includes flying by the Verrazano Bridge, over the Statue of Liberty, lower Manhattan and the World-Trade Center, New York Harbor, Central Park, and Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges.
Our pilots are very experienced and professional FAA certified commercial pilots.
Yes, anyone can purchase an aircraft.

Flight Training

A Discovery Flight is a flight of approximately one hour, intended to familiarize you with the airplane and with the basics of flying. During a Discovery Flight, you will sit in the left seat. Under the instructor’s guidance you will fly the aircraft.
Yes. Please let us know in advance of your flight lesson that you would like to have one more person join you during your introductory flight / lesson.
Flying an airplane is surprisingly simple. Connect with us to book your discovery flight and find out for yourself.
An individual must be at least 16 years of age to operate an aircraft solo, and 17 years of age to obtain a Private Pilot License. There is no age requirement on beginning flight lessons with a Certified Flight Instructor
Before you can fly solo / alone you need to obtain a Student Pilot Certificate. It is not required for taking flight lessons with a Certified Flight Instructor. Application for Student Pilot Certificate is free of charge and can be done directly via Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application (IACRA) website.
Medical Certificate is required for you to fly an airplane by yourself / solo. You need a medical certificate before flying solo in an airplane.

To obtain your Medical Certificate, you will need to pass a physical medical exam administered by a doctor who is an FAA-authorized aviation medical examiner.
FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours flying time, including 10 hours solo flying time. The amount of time it would take for you to get your PPL will largely depend on you. Your time, budget, and level of aspiration are the main determinants.
Having a PPL allows the pilot to fly a small aircraft solo and with passengers in visual flight conditions. PPL does not allow for flying passengers or cargo.
How much will it cost me to obtain a Private Pilot License? Main requirements are:

• Minimum of 40 hours in flight time in a Cessna 172.
• Purchase of study materials and supplies.
• Third Class Medical Exam.
• FAA Written Private Pilot Knowledge Test.
• FAA Practical Private Pilot Check Ride.

At a minimum, you should expect to invest $10,000 to $11,000. Many students do need however, more practice and spend between $10,000 and $15,000 for their flight training.

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Our mission is to make sure you have fun while learning and obtaining the skills to fly an airplane with comfort and confidence. Get in touch with NYC Air Service today. We look forward to hearing from you!

1101 W Edgar Rd, Linden, NJ 07036

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(917) 642-1151

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