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Pilot Training

You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

After having been enrolled in Flight School, students who are hoping to continue in their pilot training will have received a better understanding of airline philosophy and Standard Operating Procedures, both of which are crucial to a pilot’s understanding. Students must also receive further qualifications to graduate into the more advanced Aviation Science.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

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FAA Commercial Pilot Training

Epic Flight Academy
Campus 6 - 8 months September 2018 USA New Smyrna Beach

Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course. [+]

Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course.

This course is designed to take a student with zero flight training experience to the Multi Engine Commercial Pilot level in as little as 6 – 8 months. The focus of this commercial pilot training course is for the student to first receive a strong foundation in general aviation knowledge. Once proficient in the basics a strategic, full immersion program is launched for the student’s particular learning style.

The next step is for students to develop their actual flight skills and practice essential safety procedures using real-time simulation in our Frasca Tru Flite and Mentor level 5 field training devices. This combined scenario based training with computer based training allows the student the comfort of learning and making mistakes on the ground. This boosts confidence that they know and can successfully perform procedures and maneuvers before beginning actual flights in the aircraft, saving both time and money during commercial pilot training. Our Professional Pilot program mimics that of major airline training, preparing you for the airline from day one.... [-]


ATP

AFT Center: Accelerated Flight Training Center
Campus September 2018 USA Chino

Did you know the Air Transportation Industry requires 736,000 Pilots and Crew over the next 20 years? According to the Boeing Aircraft Company and The Airbus Group! There has never been a better time to predict job security in any industry in the world. Talk to AFT Center about your Aviation Education and start flying today. [+]

CAREER PILOT

Did you know the Air Transportation Industry requires 736,000 Pilots and Crew over the next 20 years? According to the Boeing Aircraft Company and The Airbus Group! There has never been a better time to predict job security in any industry in the world. Talk to AFT Center about your Aviation Education and start flying today.

Combine all of the above ratings into one Professional Career based training package. We use state of the art aircraft with Glass Cockpit Garmin G1000 avionics to ensure you obtain the required knowledge to be head and shoulders above your competition when applying for that Career Job. Our training will ensure you are confident and proficient before you take to the sky above California! We have 6,000 ft sq. of air-conditioned training facilities with your own workstation and private is to study.... [-]


Commercial Pilot

AFT Center: Accelerated Flight Training Center
Campus September 2018 USA Chino

The Commercial Pilot Certificate or CPL as it’s known is the license required to make your living as a professional Aviator. This is the license that all Airlines around the world will be looking for from you if you want to realize your dream as an Airline Pilot. There is a special level of proficiency that is developed during your CPL training that really separates you from the Private Pilot you once were. [+]

COMMERCIAL PILOT

The Commercial Pilot Certificate or CPL as it’s known is the license required to make your living as a professional Aviator. This is the license that all Airlines around the world will be looking for from you if you want to realize your dream as an Airline Pilot. There is a special level of proficiency that is developed during your CPL training that really separates you from the Private Pilot you once were.

You will start to fly more powerful and more complex aircraft to get you ready to move on to Boeing or Airbus or maybe Embraer as your choice of Airline dictates. One thing is for sure. The training you receive from AFT Center will have you ready for any challenge that comes your way in the future. This course is included in our Professional Pilot Program.... [-]


Instrument Rating

AFT Center: Accelerated Flight Training Center
Campus September 2018 USA Chino

Here at AFT Center, we create competent aviators through our IFR Program. We offer a modular training environment much like being at school. Everything is carefully forecast and recorded so that you always know what subjects you are following and what’s coming next. [+]

INSTRUMENT PILOT

Here at AFT Center, we create competent aviators through our IFR Program. We offer a modular training environment much like being at school. Everything is carefully forecast and recorded so that you always know what subjects you are following and what’s coming next.

Our Modular Course consists of a maximum of 3 flights per week each of around 1.5hrs. Following our Part 141 curriculum and Jeppesen for your proficiency delivered by an Industry known professional. You will also be classroom based with our seasoned Flight Instructors who will teach you about the aircraft systems, weather, flight planning and a range more of exciting subjects that will on graduation, have you flying in the clouds!... [-]


Private Pilot

AFT Center: Accelerated Flight Training Center
Campus September 2018 USA Chino

The Private Pilot Rating is the beginning of everything. Whether you are looking to start a Career in Aviation which will ultimately result with you flying a big iron bird, r, you just want to test the water and get that ability to fly with friends or family, this is where you need to begin. Choosing the right flight school for your pilot training is very important to your ability to learn and stay on target and in the budget. [+]

PRIVATE PILOT

The Private Pilot Rating is the beginning of everything. Whether you are looking to start a Career in Aviation which will ultimately result with you flying a big iron bird, r, you just want to test the water and get that ability to fly with friends or family, this is where you need to begin. Choosing the right flight school for your pilot training is very important to your ability to learn and stay on target and in the budget. We offer new technology Glass Cockpit aircraft and traditional cockpit layouts too. This course is included in our Professional Pilot Program.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Must be able to read, speak, write and understand the English Language. FAA (61.103) Must be at least 17 years old to obtain your license. (16 years old to Solo) Obtain a medical certificate from an authorized medical examiner (Third Class) WHAT YOU WILL GET 35 Hours of Aircraft time in a Cessna 172 or Piper aircraft 25 Hours of Flight Instruction 10 Hours Solo Time 25 Hours of Ground Instruction Graduation Certificate ON COMPLETION YOU WILL BE ABLE TO: Fly for fun with your family and friends Start your professional Pilot Career Training Add more advanced Aircraft to your skill set Join 3% of the World Population in the Family of Pilots [-]

Multi-Engine Rating Course

Legacy Aviation
Campus 28 hours September 2018 USA Philadelphia

A multi-engine rating allows a pilot to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine. During training, the student will be exposed to a new aircraft with two engines, and be trained by a qualified and proficient instructor pilot on normal, abnormal, and emergency procedures. Extensive time will be allocated towards engine-out procedures, or the loss of an engine during takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and missed approach phases of flight. In general, multi-engine flying keeps you busier because you are now monitoring and managing two separate engines. The instructor pilot will also train you to proficiency on stalls, steep turns, single engine taxi, short field and soft field takeoffs and landings, crosswind landings, and a variety of different real flying scenarios.

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A multi-engine rating allows a pilot to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine.

The multi-engine rating is for those pilots who want the security of having a second engine available in the event of an engine failure. The multi-engine rating is also essential for pilots moving up to charter, corporate, or airline aviation. Up to this point, you have maintained proficiency in a single engine aircraft. However, the multi-engine rating will allow you to fly airplanes with two, three, four, or more engines.

During training the student will be exposed to a new aircraft with two engines, and be trained by a qualified and proficient instructor pilot on normal, abnormal, and emergency procedures. Extensive time will be allocated towards engine-out procedures, or the loss of an engine during takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and missed approach phases of flight. In general, multi-engine flying keeps you busier because you are now monitoring and managing two separate engines. The instructor pilot will also train you to proficiency on stalls, steep turns, single engine taxi, short field and soft field takeoffs and landings, crosswind landings, and a variety of different real flying scenarios.... [-]


Instrument Rating Course

Legacy Aviation
Campus 110 hours September 2018 USA Philadelphia

All students are trained vigorously on instrument flying in our flight simulator as well as in a physical aircraft. Navigation in both a simulator or actual aircraft requires great focus on each and every instrument, therefore allowing the student to perfect his instrument flying skills without the use of visual references. During training the student will be trained to fly on instruments during climbs, descents, straight and level flight, standard rate turns, steep turns, holding patterns, precision and non-precision approaches, normal procedures, abnormal procedures, and emergency procedures.

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Reinforce safety by becoming an Instrument Pilot.

It is a known fact that flying at night is much more difficult than flying during the day. That being said, in both Canada and Europe, an instrument rating is required by law in order to fly at night. With an instrument rating, a professional private pilot is no longer limited to flying only by visual references. He can now enter the clouds for the first time, flying solely by the instruments within the cockpit. Having an instrument rating will give you peace of mind during low visibility and low ceiling situations.

All students are trained vigorously on instrument flying in our flight simulator as well as in a physical aircraft. Navigation in both a simulator or actual aircraft requires great focus on each and every instrument, therefore allowing the student to perfect his instrument flying skills without the use of visual references. During training the student will be trained to fly on instruments during climbs, descents, straight and level flight, standard rate turns, steep turns, holding patterns, precision and non-precision approaches, normal procedures, abnormal procedures, and emergency procedures. Additional topics covered in this course are ATC communications, navigation from one airport to another, pre-flight planning, fuel planning, instrument testing prior to takeoff, weather evaluation, and Cockpit Resource Management. CRM is the utilization of all available resources that include situational awareness, optimal decision making, communication, stress, and a discussion of various scenarios that an instrument pilot may encounter.... [-]


Career Direct Program

San Diego Flight Training International
Campus 29 weeks September 2018 USA San Diego

While you can always train one-on-one with our pool of staff instructors, you might enjoy the advantages of the SDFTI Airline Direct Academy Career Direct Program which offers a complete primary aviation education in approximately just 29 weeks. [+]

While you can always train one-on-one with our pool of staff instructors, you might enjoy the advantages of the SDFTI Airline Direct Academy Career Direct Program which offers a complete primary aviation education in approximately just 29 weeks.

Classes are forming now. Class sizes are limited to 10 students.

With the Career Direct Program you can earn a Private Pilot Certificate (License), Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Certificate, and Multiengine Rating in approximately 29 weeks. This course includes the following hours of instruction:

Directed Ground Study [ 112 Hours] Pre/Post Flight - Ground Instruction [ 90 Hours ] Knowledge Test Preparation Ground Instruction [ 48 Hours ] Dual Cessna 172 Flight Time [ 77.5 Hours ] Dual Piper Arrow Flight Time [10 Hours] Dual Twin Engine Flight Time [15 Hours] Solo Cessna 172 Flight Time [ 80 Hours ] Solo Piper Arrow Flight Time [ 5 Hours ] Dual Advanced Flight Training Device (Simulator) [ 22.5 Hours ] Private, Instrument, G1000, and Commercial Pilot Training Kits Private, Instrument and Commercial Knowledge Test Examinations Private, Instrument, Commercial and Multiengine Practical Examinations Total Ground Instruction: 250 Hours ... [-]

Commercial Pilot Certificate

San Diego Flight Training International
Campus Part time September 2018 USA San Diego

The Commercial Certification Course - Single Engine is for those students who require commercial pilot privileges in single engine aircraft only. [+]

The Commercial Certification Course - Single Engine is for those students who require commercial pilot privileges in single engine aircraft only.

Applicant will receive 120 hours of flight training as follows; (Dual 40 hrs. non-complex, Dual 10 hrs. complex, Solo 5 hrs. complex. Solo 65 hrs. non-complex and 65 hours of classroom instruction (Directed Study 35 - Ground Instruction 30).

Ground school instruction includes preflight preparation and procedures; complex aircraft procedures; complex aircraft systems; advanced multi-engine aerodynamics; airplane performance limitations; Federal Aviation Regulations; stall awareness; aeronautical charts and publications; radio aids to VFR navigation; meteorology and weather data services; national airspace system; radio communications; air traffic control; aero medical factors; commercial operations; passenger and freight loading; night maneuvers; and ground operations.... [-]


Private Pilot Certificate

San Diego Flight Training International
Campus Part time 8 weeks September 2018 USA San Diego

The Private Pilot Certification Course will be the student's first introduction to modern aviation. Applicant will receive a minimum of 35 hours of flight training and 70 hours of ground and/or classroom instruction. [+]

The Private Pilot Certification Course will be the student's first introduction to modern aviation.

Applicant will receive a minimum of 35 hours of flight training and 70 hours of ground and/or classroom instruction.

Ground school training includes aerodynamics and the principals of flight; aircraft systems; meteorology and weather data services; airspace; air traffic control; radio communications; Federal Aviation Regulations; aero medical factors; aeronautical charts and associated publications; aircraft performance and limitations; basic and radio navigation; night flying procedures; flight planning; flight maneuvers; and ground operations.

Flight training syllabus includes preflight procedures; airport operations; takeoffs and landings; performance maneuvers; ground reference maneuvers; navigation and cross-country operations; basic instrument maneuvers; stalls; emergency operations; night operations; and post-flight briefing.... [-]


Private Pilot Certification

Institute of Aviation at Parkland College
Campus 2 years February 2018 USA Champaign

Associate degree students will sequentially earn the private pilot certificate, instrument rating, commercial pilot certificate, and multiengine rating during the program. There is also the opportunity to earn flight instructor certificates for airplane, instrument, and multiengine. [+]

Overview

The Institute of Aviation at Parkland College maintains a high level of quality in order to ensure the best outcomes for students. Located in Champaign, Illinois and with the help of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Frasca International, the Institute of Aviation at Parkland College is a leading collegiate flight school in Illinois and the only higher education institution in central Illinois with an aviation program.

Located at Willard Airport, approximately eight miles from Parkland College’s main campus, the Institute of Aviation facility houses classrooms, student offices, various flight simulators, and air fleet. The fleet consists of 17 single engine Piper archers, seven Piper Arrows, three multi-engine Piper Seminoles and two Cessna 152s.... [-]


Combined FAA / EASA Professional Pilot Course Program (Helicopter)

Bristow Academy
Campus 20 months September 2018 USA Titusville

Bristow Academy’s combined FAA/EASA Professional Pilot Program provides complete European certification by combining EASA CPL(H) training with FAA training components. This course is approved for the application of one year of post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT). [+]

Bristow Academy’s combined FAA/EASA Professional Pilot Program provides complete European certification by combining EASA CPL(H) training with FAA training components. This course is approved for the application of one year of post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Certification

FAA Private Pilot License (PPL) FAA Commercial Pilot License (CPL) FAA Instrument Rating (IR) EASA Commercial Pilot License (CPL-H) FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) FAA Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) Duration 20 months Approx. Flight Hours 216.2 *This is the average duration of the program. Actual duration is based on individual student aptitude. [-]

Course in EASA Integrated Commercial Pilot License (Helicopter)

Bristow Academy
Campus 12 months September 2018 USA Titusville

Bristow Academy’s EASA Integrated Commercial Pilot License (CPL-H) program is designed for students wishing to obtain employment within the European flight market. [+]

Bristow Academy’s EASA Integrated Commercial Pilot License (CPL-H) program is designed for students wishing to obtain employment within the European flight market.

This program meets the minimum requirement of 135 hours of flight training to meet the flying experience requirements of EASA Part FCL 1178/2011 Annex 1, Appendices 3 and 4. Classes start in January, May, and September and are limited to 14 students in each class.

Certification

FAA Private Pilot License (PPL) EASA Commercial Pilot License (CPL-H) Duration 12 months Approx. Flight Hours 138.5 *This is the average duration of the program. Actual duration is based on individual student aptitude. [-]

Course in Instrument Rating Aircraft

Avel Flight School
Campus 4 - 6 weeks September 2018 USA West Chicago

An Instrument Rating is required for a pilot to fly under Instrument flight rules (IFR). Under these conditions the pilot is unable to use external visual references for navigation and flies the aircraft solely based on the instruments in the cockpit. This rating is also a requirement for employment as a professional pilot and is a prerequisite for the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). [+]

An Instrument Rating is required for a pilot to fly under Instrument flight rules (IFR). Under these conditions the pilot is unable to use external visual references for navigation and flies the aircraft solely based on the instruments in the cockpit. This rating is also a requirement for employment as a professional pilot and is a prerequisite for the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

Minimum requirements to obtain an Instrument Rating Be at least 17 years of age Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language fluently. Hold a Private Pilot License. Obtain at least a third class medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner Pass a computerized aeronautical knowledge test Accumulate and log a specified amount of training and experience under Part 61, Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) section 61.65. Pass an oral test and flight test administered by an FAA inspector or designated examiner ... [-]

Commercial Pilot License

Avel Flight School
Campus 6 - 8 months September 2018 USA West Chicago

The Commercial Pilot License allows you to fly an aircraft for compensation or hire. This is also the minimum license requirement for employment as a pilot or become a flight instructor. Commercial pilots can also be paid for certain types of operations, such as banner towing, agricultural applications, and photography. [+]

The Commercial Pilot License allows you to fly an aircraft for compensation or hire. This is also the minimum license requirement for employment as a pilot or become a flight instructor. Commercial pilots can also be paid for certain types of operations, such as banner towing, agricultural applications, and photography.

Minimum requirements to obtain a Commercial Pilot License Be at least 18 years of age Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language fluently. Hold a Private Pilot License. Obtain at least a second class medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner Pass a computerized aeronautical knowledge test Accumulate and log a specified amount of training and experience under Part 61, Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) section 61.129. Pass an oral test and flight test administered by an FAA inspector or designated examiner ... [-]