There are four items to consider when choosing the best flight training program: hands-on training, equipment, admissions requirements, and faculty. A flight training program can be part of a larger college, but can also be an independent school. The most flight training programs are affiliated with the local airfields or airplane pilot training programs. In the United States, the military is a popular option for flight training.
Selecting the best flight school
should be based on your own goals, achievements, and skill levels. Select a school where you will be both challenged and successful. The best school is often a matter of specialized programs, designed to provide additional skills or support.
In order to qualify for admission into a flight training program
, you must have high school courses in English, technology, physics, and at least one other science course. Some flight training programs require candidates to pass a physical examination to ensure they are able to withstand the demands of this training program. Additional drug and alcohol screening may be part of the program, in the interest of public safety. Aviator Flight Training Academy
offers professional pilot training programs
with a minimum of 200 hours of multi-engine time. The flight school has a state of the art 37,000 square foot facility, featuring a CRJ Level 5 Flight Training Device (Simulator), large classrooms and individual briefing rooms.
International Airline Pilot Training Programs
200 hours Multi-Engine
F-1 Visa Professional Pilot Program
- 259 Flight Hours
- Single Engine Private Pilot
- Private Multi-Engine
- Multi-Engine Instrument
- Multi-Engine Commercial
- Single Engine Commercial
- Multi-Engine Flight Instructor
- Instrument Flight Instructor
- Single Engine Flight Instructor
- 200 hours of Multi-Engine Time
- Aircraft for check rides
- All Ground Schools, Pre & Post Flight Ground
- Cross Country flying coast-to-coast
- No FTDs (Simulators) used towards flight time
- *CRJ Jet Transition Program
- Career Planning
Cost: * $ 52,885.00
Subtract -$6,100.00 if you hold a Private Pilot Certificate. Cost: * $ 46,785.00
Before spending thousands of dollars on your college education and flight training, we recommend you come and visit us here at the Aviator College
of Aeronautical Science & Technology.