Our dedicated staff of instructors look forward to creating a learning plan that fits both your schedule and learning styles. We pride ourselves in teaching to the individual and developing quality pilots.
Learn. Practice. Fly.
What flight path do you want to take?
Sport Pilot License
A Sport Pilot license allows you to experience pleasure flying, and bring a friend. Want to see the fall leaves, travel around New England on fair weather days, take a trip to get the $100 hamburger all pilots talk about? The Sport Pilot license may be for you!
What can you do as a Sport Pilot?
- Fly aircraft weighing less than 1320lbs.
- Carry one passenger, and fly anywhere in the country!
- Fly in B, C and D airspace with endorsements from our instructors
- Build and fly your own light sport aircraft!
- No medical required, just a valid drivers license to fly
What you can not do
- Fly at night
- Carry passengers for hire, or fly to further a business
- Participate in passenger carrying charitable airlifts.
What you need to get your Sport Pilot License
- Be atleast age 16 to solo, 17 to get your license.
- Complete at least 20 hours of training from one of our excellent instructors. (30-40 hours is average)
- Pass the Sport Pilot written exam (ask us about ground school).
- Be able to read, write and speak english
- SCHEDULE AN INTRO FLIGHT!
Private Pilot License
A Private Pilot Certificate is more extensive than the Sport Pilot Certificate, but it is also the first step towards becoming a professional pilot if that is your goal. Flying is fun, adventurous, and EASY! The Private Pilot License would allow you to broaden your horizons and fly a variety of aircraft. Also, it is a stepping stone to more advanced training, such as Instrument Rating, Commercial, Multi-Engine, etc.
Privileges as a Private Pilot
- Fly any aircraft in the category and class you have been licensed for.
- Fly day or night, and carry friends and family with you.
- Participate in passenger carrying charitable events (young eagles etc.)
- Posses a license recognized in countries all over the world.
- Travel for business or pleasure!
- COME FLY WITH US, ITS EASY!
- You must fly in visual flight conditions
- You can not carry passengers or cargo for hire.
What you need to get your Private Pilots License.
- Be at least 16 to solo, 17 to get your license (you can start learning at any age.)
- Complete at least 40 hours of training with one of our excellent instructors. (50-60 hours is average)
- Pass the Private Pilot written exam. (ask us about ground school)
- Be able to read, write and speak English.
Meet Our Certified Instructors
Hampton Airfield has several instructors with over 50 years of combined experience. From Light Sport to Private and beyond!
Get a Flight Review
Whether you’re a seasoned current pilot, or haven’t flown for years, one of our experienced instructors is available to hone your skills and bring you up to speed on the newest rules and regulations to keep you current and compliant.
Spring and Fall classes available for Sport and Private Pilot Students and Seasoned Pilots. Give us a call at (603) 964-6749
Apply for a Scholarship
No matter your motivation for learning to fly, we are here to help you achieve your dreams. Alongside us are several programs designed to help the motivated student succeed. Below find links to a multitude of financial resources to help you along the way.