Ag Aviation School

Ag Pilot Flight Training

Plane Cents Aviation

Our Ag Aviation Program consists of 40 hours of flight time.

All ground and flight training is done by an FAA Certificated Flight Instructor who is also an experienced Ag Pilot.


Below is a partial listing of knowledge and skills covered:

  • Commercial Proficiency in a tailwheel airplane
  • Weather concerns and hazards
  • Loading and mixing chemicals
  • Calculating efficient loads
  • Calibrating the airplane
  • Spray systems
  • Basic and Advanced Tailwheel techniques
  • Navigation with and without GPS
  • Field location and positive identification
  • Identifying hazards in the field
  • Identifying hazards to people or animals
  • Protecting the environment
  • Proper field entry, exit, and trim procedures
  • Using the light bar for swath guidance
  • Choosing the best spray pattern
  • Linking fields together
  • Emergency procedures

Ag Course Outline