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USA Pilot School Of Your Choice

USA Pilot School Of Your ChoiceThe road to becoming a pilot starts with earning certificates and ratings. The first certificate a pilot earns is Private Pilot. After the requisite amount of experience is attained you then apply and test for a Commercial pilot certificate. Along the way a rating to fly in the weather (called and Instrument rating) is added. In addition, most people will also add a multi-engine rating shortly after getting their commercial certificate. At this point you are now licensed to fly multi-engine aircraft for pay.

There are three parts to each certificate and rating. You must pass a written examination, a practical (in flight) examination and an oral examination.

It is a great time to be entering the flying profession. As the larger airlines consolidate more and more routes have shifted to what used to be called “regional carriers.” These airlines are now the dominate airlines in our country. This is good news because they are traditionally the entry level airlines for pilots. The pay and schedules are good and as these airlines expand even more jobs will become available. Many pilots opt to make a career at these airlines. Some however move on to fly bigger equipment. In addition many other entities hire pilots. Stay and local government, the federal government, law enforcement, wild life management and land management agencies all need pilots. In addition large corporations either operate or contract for the use of business aircraft.

Whether you want to fly for fun or have a career in aviation, invest in a flight school that is FAA approved and offers solid flight training for pilots.

Types of Pilot Schools

Most airports have pilot training available, either by flying schools or individual flight instructors. A school will usually provide a wide variety of training aids, special facilities, and greater flexibility in scheduling. A number of colleges and universities also provide pilot training as a part of their curricula.

There are two types of schools. One is normally referred to as an “FAA-approved school” and the other as a “non-approved school.”
Enrollment in an FAA-approved school usually ensures a high quality of training. FAA-approved schools meet prescribed standards with respect to equipment, facilities, personnel, and curricula. However, many excellent pilot schools find it impractical to qualify for the FAA certification, and are referred to as non-approved schools.
One of the differences between FAA-approved schools and non-approved schools is that fewer flight hours are required to qualify for a pilot certificate in an FAA-approved school. The requirement for a private pilot certificate is 40 hours in a non-approved school, and 35 hours in an approved school. However, since most people require 60 to 75 hours of training, this difference may be insignificant for a private pilot certificate.
Check for pilot school locations online, or contact your local FSDO for pilot schools in your area.

Choosing A Pilot School

You must make your own decision on where to obtain flight training. Once you have decided on a general location, you might want to make a checklist of things to look for in a school. By talking to pilots and reading articles in flight magazines, you can make your checklist and evaluate a school. Your choice of a flight school might depend on whether you are planning on obtaining a recreational or private certificate or whether you intend to pursue a career as a professional pilot. Another consideration is whether you will train part-time or full-time.

Do not make the mistake of making your determination based on financial concerns alone. The quality of training you receive is very important. Prior to making a final decision, visit the school you are considering and talk with management, instructors, and students. Evaluate the items on the checklist you developed and then take some time to think things over before making your decision.

After you have decided where you will learn to fly and have made the necessary arrangements, you are ready to start your training. An important fact: ground and flight training should be obtained as regularly and frequently as possible. This assures maximum retention of instruction and the achievement of proficiency with the least expenditure of time and money.

Why Choose Aviator Flight School
  • Cost Effect Flight Training & Aviation Degree
  • The most cost effective pilot training program with a two year degree in an aviation related field.
  • Jump Start Your Aviation Career
  • It makes sense in these economic times to get your Associates Degree and all the pilot training necessary to excel in the aviation industry now and work on your next degree at your own pace!
  • More Multi-Engine Time
  • Our Aeronautical Science Program includes more multi-engine time than any other college or flight training program.
  • No Flight Training Time Logged in Training Devices (Simulators)
  • The College has a state of the art 37,000 square foot facility, featuring a CRJ Level 5 Flight Training Device (Simulator). FTDs are not used towards your flight time for any ratings!
  • Job Placement Assistance with Regional Airlines for our Flight School Graduates
  • Aviator offers job placement assistance for our flight school graduates!

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