We provide professional flight training services for anyone wanting to learn how to fly and obtain their pilot license in an airplane.
The available courses include Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Flight Instructor,Tail Wheel Endorsement and Spin training.
The training methods used by TCMG Flight Training are based on more than 40 years of providing flight instruction at many area schools, which include Piper Aircraft Corporation and Flight Safety Academy.
TCMG specializes in developing sound piloting skills with emphasis on attitude flying using the natural horizon.
We have two great classics in a 1948 Luscombe 8E and a 1968 Mooney A2A Cadet.
Courses provided by TCMG are structured to allow the student to progress as rapidly as their skill level permits while attempting to keep their cost to the minimum required for completion.
The aircraft we use develop strong stick & rudder skills in the pilot. They are strong basic aircraft responding well to pilot who develop the feel for what's required to fly them well.
Many valuable techniques used by glider pilots are also taught such as use of glide angles in managing altitude for power off approaches, effects of wind on glide path, as well as difference between best glide and minimum sink.
TCMG offers a course to anyone desiring to obtain their Private Pilot license which prepares students to become safe proficient pilots using our modernized classic aircraft.
You'll progress through the various phases - first leaning how to fly, accumulating solo proficiency, crossing country flying, basic instruments, and night flight. After completing these phases you'll be prepared to take the Practical Test leading to the award of your pilot license..
We also offer tail wheel instruction in a Luscombe 8E, an airplane with flying qualities well suited to this type of training. The training duration varies based on previous experiences but would typically take ten hours for a pilot with no previous experience with tail wheel aircraft. The pilot receives a tail wheel endorsement after completion of this course.
Loss of Control (LOC) accidents remain a leading contributor of accident fatalities. TCMG offers stall awareness and spin training in the Luscombe 8E with a focus on developing the skills needed to safely deal with unexpected upsets, upsets usually caused by encountering some form of stall. The pilot receives a spin endorsement upon completion this course.
The Commercial Pilot course utilizes the Aircoupe, which handles maneuvers like Lasy Eights and Chandelles with easy.
The Flight Instructor course, taken in the Aircoupe, provides a comfortable platform for demonstrating your abilities to teach the maneuvers required of a Certified Flight Instructor..