Learn to Fly, become a Pilot with Fly San Diego. A Flight School tailored for you. 858-414-9155
At Fly San Diego, it is our passion help people learn to fly, and our team of Flight Instructors are some of the best in San Diego. We truly care about each of our students success, and ensure each flight student receives the attention he or she needs to reach their flight training goals, making them safe, skilled pilots.
Whether your goals are to be a career pilot, private pilot or you would like to continue on towards your instrument and commercial rating, we will help you accomplish those goals!. Come fly with us and experience the difference!
Meet the Team
My name is Jamie Dockins and I moved to San Diego more than 14 years ago from northern Idaho to pursue a career in aviation.
I will always remember my first flight when I was only 12, flying up the Pend ‘Oreille River and landing at a private airport on the Pend ‘Oreille Lake. I saw my house and hometown from the air for the first time, and it opened my world to the endless possibilities that flying could offer. After that day, flying was stuck in my head and I had officially “caught the flying bug”.
Take the controls and schedule an intro flight! During your intro flight you will learn how to “pre-flight” your airplane and you will get to do most of the flying. Sitting in the pilot’s seat you will be able to taxi, takeoff and maneuver the plane learning to bank, climb, and descend.
Introduction flights are $240.00, which includes an hour of flight time in a Cessna 172, and an additional hour of instruction, totaling a 2 hr lesson.
Give the Gift of Flight for a friend or loved one! Click here to purchase a gift certificate for an introductory flight.
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