Not so many years ago most fixed base operations (FBOs) were affiliated with one or more of the large general aviation aircraft manufacturers, and provided one-stop shopping for practically every need: flight training, aircraft rental, sales of new and used general aviation aircraft, fuel, maintenance and repair services, and charter fights. If you were interested in learning to fly, most likely you would train through the FBO's flight school at your local airport.
That is much less true today. Economic factors have forced many FBOs, especially at larger, urban airports, to abandon primary flight training and concentrate their efforts on more profitable businesses such as fueling, maintenance, and repair of aircraft.
Instead, flight schools
that operate independently of other aviation businesses have sprung up, with many specializing in career-oriented training. At the same time, a strong job market for professional pilots has thinned the ranks of full-time flight instructors.
What does all this mean for the new student pilot? Simply that finding the best flight school and instructor may require more work than in the past. You may have to look farther than the closest airport, and be flexible when evaluating a candidate school. It may not meet all of your criteria, but if it satisfies the most important, it may be the one for you.
The trend in general aviation is positive. More people are learning to fly, manufacturers are building new light aircraft, and technologically advanced tools are changing the way flight training
in conducted. It's a great time to learn to fly.
Choosing Flight Training School in USA
Location is very important when you are looking for a flight training school
. Florida is a great place to earn your wings. The moderate and mild climate makes flight training a pleasure. The good weather allows you to log more flying hours faster, get your degree quicker and be on the way sooner to your new aviation career. Ft. Pierce is a small city with friendly people – without congested traffic on the ground or in the air.International students
from Norway, Sweden and many others can now apply to flight school and/or aviation colleges
in a variety of ways. Many colleges and universities have applications online.
Why Choose Aviator Flight Training School
- 27 Years in the Flight Training Industry
- Only School Offering 200 Hours of Multi-Engine Time
- No Simulators Are Used Towards Flight Time
- Affordable - Compare our program costs to other schools
- Cross Countries - Fly anywhere in the Continental United States
- Job Placement Assistance with Regional Airlines
- Location - 2 miles from the Atlantic Ocean on the Treasure Coast of Florida
- All Multi-Engine Aircraft are being equipped with Glass EFIS systems
- Approved Formal Ground School Classes
- "A" Rating with United States Better Business Bureau
- We do not use commission based recruiters or sales brokers
- Our goal is to build realtionships that ensure a high quality, cost effective flight training environment
- Aviator employs both FAA & JAA flight instructors
- FAA and JAA ratings available
- Our fleet is comprised of 30 aircraft, of which 14 are multi-engine
- You will have your own bedroom, bathroom, television and high speed internet
- Shuttle service is available to and from the housing, school and shopping
- We offer M-1 and F-1 visas