At Cornerstone Aviation, one of our many priorities is to keep you informed. We continuously strive to answer any and all questions you may have regarding our flight training. Please take a moment to review some of our most Frequently Asked Questions below. If you are not able to find the answer you were looking for, please feel free to contact us so that we can assist you.

Q:  “I am interested in using my VA Benefits directly with Cornerstone Aviation. Can I do that?”

A:   Yes CSA accepts the GI Bill.  You can go directly thru CSA.

Q: “I don’t know how to get started.  What do I do to enroll at CSA?”

A:  Enrollment is very easy.  Come into the office with the proper identification (drivers license or other photo ID and either your passport or birth certificate to prove citizenship.  Then when you arrive at the office the front desk customer service representative will have you fill out some paperwork in order to put you into our online system.

Then it is just a matter of getting your books and supplies, signing up for a formal ground school, a private one on one program or a software (at home) program.   Once you complete your availability sheet we can set you up with an instructor who will then guide you through the rest of the program.

Q: “When is the business office open?”

A:  The Salt Lake Office is open 7 days/week.  Mondays-Fridays 9:00 am – 5:00 pm; Saturdays 8:30 am – 4:30 pm and Sundays 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Ogden office is also open 7 days/week   Mondays – Fridays 8:30 am – 4:30 pm; Saturdays 8:30 am – 4:00 pm and Sundays 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Q: “Can I only fly during business hours?”

A:  No…..flight instructors and rental pilots can fly anytime.  Flying is done 24 hours around the clock.   You find the schedule that suits your desires and needs.

Q: “After I learn to fly and get my license, can I rent planes at CSA?”

A: Yes

Q: ” How will I know the rules about using planes at CSA?”

A:  You will get a rental guide from CSA with all the information you will need.

Q: “Can I choose to fly out of SLC or Ogden?  Can I fly out of both airports?”

A:  Yes, the choice is yours.

Q: ” What is a discovery or Intro Flight?”

A: It is a short flight to see if you like the flying experience.  An instructor takes you up and actually lets you fly the plane.  He/She explains what to do and what will happen.   It is meant to be a fun experience. To schedule an Intro flight,  simply call either office to book your date and time.  If you want to take someone else with you that is possible depending upon the weight limitations of the plane.  Just tell us what you want to do and we can help you figure out the best option.

Q. “How do I know if I am suitable to learn to fly?”

Now-a-days airlines all have a very comprehensive screening system to disqualify pilots not suitable to become an airline pilot. CSA also utilizes COMPASS system to assist individuals to access his or her abilities and qualifications.