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West Houston Airport Offers Flight Instruction for $10 an Hour!

The Airport Has Already Fielded Numerous Calls About The Program

West Houston Airport has announced a novel program in which one can take advantage of a GREAT rate for IFR flight instruction.

From November 1, 2020 to March 14th, 2021, their flight school will be offering a Winter IFR (Instrument Rating) Special which will provide based aircraft owners the opportunity to earn their IFR over the next several months at 1960’s rates.

“$10 a flight hour!” said Woody Lesikar, Airport Manager at West Houston Airport, “Any based customer that tops-off their aircraft will be charged only $10 an hour with a Certified Flight Instructor to get their Instrument Rating, good until March 14 th . It’s a program designed to keep you learning, proficient and safe.”

The airport has already fielded numerous calls about the program and details. Based customers are already looking into the details of the program which includes 40 hours of instruction by an instrument instructor.

Founded in 1962, West Houston Airport is a privately-owned public use airport and one of the nation’s busiest general aviation airports. The airport has some 400 based aircraft and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

FMI: woody@westhoustonairport.com, 281-492-2130

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