FLEET & FUELING
Stout Flying Services offers World Fuel Jet-A and 100ll fuel to all aircraft and helicopter traffic. We offer contract fuel pricing with UV Air, World Fuel and Mercury Fuels.
We can also provide an overnight hangar space that is large enough for medium-sized jets and turboprops, as well as smaller private aircrafts.
Whether flying for business or pleasure, we will pamper you with first-class service in our Rockwell Aero Commander 690 turbo prop. No irritating security lines, no rushing to make your connections, no standing in line for hours. Our aircraft seats six comfortably. With personal, professional service, we will never leave without you, and you can leave your shoes on! We offer competitive prices on travel to Boise, Portland, Seattle and Salt Lake and more.
Earning your pilot’s license is one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have. Here at Stout we have everything you need to fulfill that dream of soaring through the skies!
The FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours of flight training. The average student needs 50-55 hours to reach the proficiency to pass a check ride with the FAA. To be eligible for a license you must meet the following criteria:
Minimum age is 16 to "solo" and 17 to get your license.
The FAA requires a routine medical exam every 2-3 years.
You must be able to read, speak and understand English.
You will need to pass a written exam.
You will need to pass an oral and flight exam administered by the FAA.
Other requirements may apply if you are not a US citizen.