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      (772) 466-4822




of Aeronautical Science

& Technology
3800 Saint Lucie Blvd 
Fort Pierce, Florida 34946

Aviators' Aviation Degree program has specific emphasis on the pilot training aspects needed to meet the requirements of the commercial airline pilot industry.

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Pilot Shortage

Shortage of U.S. Pilots continues to grow alongside a worldwide shortage. You are choosing one of the best possible times to become a pilot. Boeing aircraft manufacturing company estimates a U.S. Pilot's shortage of 112,000, and a shortage of over 505,000 worldwide until 2035.

The airlines visit Aviator College monthly to interview and select candidates for pre-employment offers, when you have the required hours. The majority of airlines today have sign-on bonuses. Refer to our financial page for information on scholarships up to $16,000.

Commercial Pilot Program

The programs at Aviator Colleges Flight School are designed to provide what the airline industry demands of future commercial pilots. The training you will receive at Aviator is one of the most intensive and challenging programs offered in aviation flight training today.


During your flight training portion of the program you will receive up to a total of 225 hours, of which 31 hours will be in a multi-engine aircraft. The ground school portion is in a structured classroom environment. As the shortage of pilots continues to grow, Aviator College is consistently meeting with major air carriers to determine the flight training and education that they require. The instructional hours includes  ground and flight training.



Upon completion of your flight training Aviator College encourages the graduating student to apply to stay on as a flight instructor. This gives the student the opportunity to earn the neccessary additional hours to eligible to be hired by the airlines.


The school's 37,000 sq. ft. Administration & Academic training facility is open from 8 am to 6 pm daily. The Flight Operations building is open 24/7 daily, rain or shine.



Obtain a two year degree within the program

Already have a degree and wish to obtain an additional degree (most general education subjects may be accepted for transfer credit).

By benefiting from

airline-grade flight instruction

and quality control procedures,

Aviator College students have attained a higher level

of first attempt

flight test passes.

Approved FAA Part 141 Airline Pilot Training Program


Commercial FAA

Pilot Program




$ 44,924

Commercial FAA

Pilot Program with FAA Flight Instructor Ratings


$ 56,811.50

Aviation College

2 years

Degree Program



$ 69,924




Private Pilot Part 141 Theory

Instrument Rating Part 141 Theory

Private Pilot Part 141 Flight Training


Instrument Rating Part 141 Flight Training


Commercial Pilot Part 141 Theory


Commercial Single ,Multi Engine Part 141


FAA Flight Instructor



FAA Flight Instructor

 CFI,CFII, MEI Flight Training

CRJ Jet Transition  Theory and Flight




141 Flight Instructor Standardization Course


 Internship 6 months Flight Instructor

2 Aviation Electives


 Housing (Shared Room $550 per month)

4 Months 

6 Months 

12 Months 

200 hours 

Up to 1250

Total Flying Hours approx

Up to 1500

up to 15 Months 

Duration of the Program to completion

up to 9 Months 

up to 2 years





6 General education courses

Taught on campus


Alternative Housing Options

On Campus Private Room ($ 875 per month)




Off Campus Private Room ($ 650 per month) 




$ 5,500.00 

$ 6,150.00

Additional Fees:

Books and equipment, FAA Writtens and Checkrides, Key Card,  Mailbox Fee, 

Non Refundable Housing Deposit,

Administrative Fee.  

$ 5,500,00

Upon completion of the program, apply to stay on as an instructor and

build your time to the required 1500 hours currenty required by the airlines.

Students enrolled in the Commercial Pilot Program are not eligible to recieve the reduction of time under the H.R. 5900 Restricted ATP at 1250 flight hours.

To be eligible for the Restricted ATP at 1250 flight hours you must be enrolled in our Associates Degree Program.

Please refer to our Degree Program page for more Information.

Financing Available

to those who qualify

Private and Federal Funding

Aviator College Campus Tour

Aviator College started in 1983 as an aviation school offering flight training and has developed into one of the most prestigious aviation colleges and flight schools in the United States.

Aviators' Aviation Degree program has specific emphasis on the pilot training aspects needed to meet the requirements of the commercial airline pilot industry.

For more information Click here

All students will submit a $50.00 non refundable application fee. If a student finishes the program early, credit will be issued for the unused duration of housing.


Admission requirements for the certificate programs include verification of citizenship and completion of High School.

Aviator College has received its first group of new Piper Archers

with Garmin G-1000.

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Aviator Housing

Based on double occupancy. Single occupancy room

for an additional cost

when available.











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If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the college:


(772) 466-4822


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