Appleton, WI

Flight Training

Become a Member!

Learn to fly at:

  • Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH)
  • If you’d like training at another airport, or own an aircraft at another airport, feel free to inquire about how we may be able to help.

Other pilot education offered: 

  • Complex Endorsement (inquire)
  • Tailwheel Endorsement
  • High Performance Endorsement
  • CFI Stall/Spin Endorsement
  • Aerobatic and Upset Training

Earn your:

  • Sport Pilot Certificate (special cases only)
  • Private Pilot Certificate
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Instrument Rating
  • Multi-Engine Rating (inquire)
  • FAA Flight Review
When you join Discover Flight as a member, you can start flying with even better benefits! Discover Flight Membership includes:
  • Free T-Shirt and Car Decal
  • Invite to Member Events
  • Discounted Aircraft Rental (rates in ‘Our Fleet’ below)
  • Discounted Merchandise
  • Account Payment Options

You get all of these great benefits for $275/year. Inquire below to find out how you can become a member.

Our Fleet

Take a look at the aircraft in our fleet! Start by clicking on the aircraft to see details and photographs.


The Piper Cub is without argument the most iconic aircraft in American history. Beginning production in the late 1930’s, the Cub was intended for primary training, a lot of which was for future U.S. Army pilots during World War II. It’s legacy continued throughout civilian aviation and became a pilot and family’s best friend. Known for their charm, distinct personality, and friendly yet challenging handling characteristics, the Piper Cub makes a phenomenal primary trainer. It’s no secret, however, that it’s main purpose is to take Jamie up to watch infamous Wisconsin sunsets.

Quick Specs

  • N-Number: NC38360
  • Powerplant: Continental A75
  • Horsepower: 75
  • Fuel Capacity: 12 gallons
  • Fuel Burn: 4 gph
  • Seats: 2
  • Cruise Speed: 70 mph
  • Stall Speed (Vso): 38 mph
  • Maximum Speed (Vne): 110 mph
  • Rate of Climb: 500 fpm
  • Loaded Weight: 1,200 lbs
  • Purpose: Primary and Tailwheel training, Sight Seeing


  • Member: $80/hr (wet*)
  • Non-Member: $85/hr (wet*)
  • Instruction: $40/hr

*fuel included in price



The Christen/Aviat Pitts S2B is an all American, award winning, aerobatic dream machine. Although named after Curtiss Pitts, the S2B wasn’t designed until after Mr. Pitts sold his interests in the Pitts Special, and ended up being designed by Herb Anderson of Pitts Aerobatics, now known as Aviat. The Pitts biplane has been an aerobatic favorite by many pilots, and has won awards at the world level. Variations of the Pitts are flown currently by some of the worlds best airshow and competition pilots, one of which is National Aviation Hall of Fame inductee, Sean D. Tucker.

Quick Specs

  • N-Number: N105JP
  • Powerplant: Lycoming AEIO-540-54A5
  • Horsepower: 260+
  • Fuel Capacity: 29 gallons
  • Fuel Burn: 14.5 gph
  • Seats: 2
  • Cruise Speed: 172 mph
  • Stall Speed (Vso): Frequently 🙂
  • Maximum Speed (Vne): 210 mph
  • Rate of Climb: 2,700 fpm
  • Loaded Weight: 1,600 lbs
  • Purpose: Advanced and hardcore aerobatics, safe pilot maker, unlimited fun
  • Aerobatic Maneuver Capability: Unlimited category


  • Member/Non-Member: $370/hr (wet*)
  • Instruction: included in price

*fuel included in price



The Piper PA28 Warrior has made it’s name as one of the most popular flight trainers, and has held this title for over 40 years. The Warrior can be use efficiently for all flights, ranging from airport pattern practice, to long cross country applications.

Quick Specs

  • N-Number: N42671
  • Powerplant: Lycoming O-320-E3D
  • Horsepower: 150
  • Fuel Capacity: 50 gallons
  • Fuel Burn: 8 gph
  • Seats: 4
  • Cruise Speed: 120 mph
  • Stall Speed (Vso): 44 mph
  • Maximum Speed (Vne): 176 mph
  • Rate of Climb: 600-1,000 fpm
  • Loaded Weight: 2,300 lbs
  • Purpose: Primary and Intermediate training, Cross Country Travel


  • Member: $118/hr (wet*)
  • Non-Member: $125/hr (wet*)
  • Instruction: $40/hr

*fuel included in price


Own an Aircraft?

Flight Instruction can be provided in your own aircraft, as long as the aircraft is proven to be properly maintained and is airworthy. All maintenance records and aircraft logbooks will be throughly reviewed before any instruction is given. The aircraft will need to be properly insured for the mission.

Aircraft: Owner/operator covers all expenses incurred.

Instructor Price: $50/hr

Flight Reviews

Want something different for a change? Come and take your Biannual FAA Flight Review in a Piper J-3 Cub and challenge yourself in a new airplane!

All Flight Reviews will be conducted to FAA regulatory standards, consisting of at least 1 hour of ground instruction, and 1 hour of flight instruction. You should expect to review any applicable FAR Part 91 regulatory material, as well as general information from the AIM, VFR sectional charts, aerodynamics, and aircraft performance data. While in flight, you should be proficient in preflight procedures, airport operations, and any PTS/ACS maneuver that applies to your type of licensure. Note that unusual attitudes and stall spin avoidance/recovery will be of special emphasis. In the event that a pilot should need instruction beyond the review day, an hourly instruction rate will then be applied. If you use good judgement and can do the basics, you’ll just just fine. However, do not come here thinking you’re getting a “pencil whipped” free signature. We actually care about you.

Aircraft: See pricing details above.

Instructor Price: $40/hr

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