CoursePart 61Part 141
Ground School (Private Airplane, Instrument Airplane, Commercial Airplane, Flight Instructor Airplane, Flight Instructor Instrument) ✔︎ ✔︎
Private Pilot Airplane Single Engine ✔︎ ✔︎
Instrument Airplane ✔︎ ✔︎
Commercial Pilot Airplane Single Engine ✔︎ ✔︎
Flight Instructor – Airplane Single Engine ✔︎ ✔︎
Flight Instructor Instrument Airplane ✔︎ ✔︎
Flight Instructor – Airplane Multi Engine ✔︎ ✔︎
Airplane Multi-Engine Add-on ✔︎ ✔︎
High-Performance Aircraft Training ✔︎
Complex Aircraft Training ✔︎
Technically Advanced Aircraft Training ✔︎
Instrument Proficiency Training ✔︎

Cost Structure
Galvin currently offers 2 pricing options to our customers, Retail and Galvin Preferred Services (GPS) Membership. GPS members benefit from discounted rental and instruction rates, subrogation free insurance coverage with low deductibles and 10% savings on pilot supplies. The pricing listed below is at Part 141 minimums, and includes some supplies and examination fees with instruction and rental costs. Please note that these prices are examples only and training to Part 61 minimums may be more or less than Part 141. Total costs also may vary based on variables like skill level, knowledge level, proficiency, and frequency of training sessions.

Materials & Ground Coursesn/a$836$862
Private Pilot Certificate (ASEL) –  Part 141-Minimum 35 hoursC152$7,207$7,488
Instrument Rating (ASEL) – Part 141- Minimum 35 hoursC172S$14,315$14,944
Commercial Pilot Certificate (ASEL) – Part 141- Minimum 120 hoursM20J & C152$18,780$20,410
Commercial Pilot Added-Rating (AMEL) – Part 141- Minimum 20 hoursDA42$9,375$10,285
Certified Flight Instructor (ASEL) – Part 141- Minimum 25 hoursDA40 & M20J$8,915$9,735
Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (ASEL) – Part 141- Minimum 15 hoursDA40$7,405$8,100
Certified Multi-Engine Instructor (AMEL) – Part 141- Minimum 25 hoursDA42$17,380$19,085