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Flight Training Classes For Those Who Want to Learn How To Fly

Flight Training Classes For Those Who Want to Learn How To FlyKnowing that you want to fly the plane or learn how to fly is a very good start. In addition, you need to decide what you want to fly. FAA’s rules for getting a pilot’s license (certificate) differ depending on the type of aircraft you fly.
You should also think about what type of flying you want to do. There are several different types of pilot’s licenses, from student pilot all the way up to airline transport pilot. The information below describes the eligibility, training, experience, and testing requirements for Student Pilots, Recreational Pilots and Private Pilots.

Choosing A Pilot School

Once you’ve settled in your mind exactly what your goals are for learning to fly, the next step in this process would be to decide when and where you should train. 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 flight 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.

Flight Training With Cessna Fleet
Why Cessna

Cessna has been reinventing the way you fly for more than 70 years. Our aeronautical engineers have imagined hundreds of original aircraft concepts into clean sheet designs advancing to the latest computer-enhanced technology and flight-simulation tools and, finally, to prototype. Because it takes years for a new aircraft to reach its maiden flight, we are always designing for tomorrow’s world.

Aircraft manufacturing

Manufacturing at Cessna doesn’t just happen in the factory. Several departments are involved starting with the early design phase, continuing through tool development, on through fabrication and assembly of parts, and on to final assembly of completed aircraft.

Safety comes standard

Safety is the top priority for Cessna when designing and manufacturing aircraft. Everything from simple flying procedures to many standard emergency systems help to prevent errors and make handling simple and smooth. Our aircraft are designed both to react effectively to dangerous situations and to avoid them altogether. Combining both active and passive safety features ensures that every new aircraft is designed and equipped to deliver on the trust that passengers place in both pilot and machine every single flight.

Certifications

To prove our commitment to safety, we pursue a number of certification levels for each aircraft we build, including day, night, VFR, IFR, and flight into known icing conditions. Our aircraft are compliant with all RVSM-certification requirements. And, because specific approval is required for flying within civil and international airspace, Cessna offers owners a no-charge service to assist with this process.

Our legacy of service

To complement Citation’s extensive product line, owners have around-the-clock, seven-days-a-week support through a network of Citation Service Centers, strategically located at eight major U.S. airports, as well as six locations throughout Europe and one in Southeast Asia. Additional authorized service stations for Citations are located in more than fifteen countries.

Cessna Pilot Training Centers

Generations of pilots have learned to fly at a Cessna Pilot Centers because we offer the best in flight training. The single-most important reason this is true is because we share your passion. Cessna’s fleet of instructional single-engine aircraft was specifically designed to take you from student to pilot, from ground to sky. The Cessna aircraft you learn to fly in will feature an all-glass, advanced cockpit with a Garmin G1000 flight deck. This technology simplifies your job as a pilot and makes learning much more intuitive.
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Individual Flight Training Courses

The Aviator Flight Training Academy offers a full line of flight training courses to meet the individual needs of each student.

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Aviator Flight Training Fleet

Our fleet consists of 11 multi-engine and 19 single engine aircraft

Aviator Flight Training FleetThe Aviator fleet is made up of multi-engine and single-engine aircraft. The primary aircraft used in our training programs are the Beechcraft BE-76 Duchess, Piper Warrior III PA-128, and the Cessna 172 Skyhawk, all are well known as training aircraft the world over. Our fleet also includes a Piper Arrow and a J-3 Cub. All aircraft are maintained in our maintenance facilities located here at the St. Lucie County International Airport. We average more than 35,000 hours of flight time per year. They are all equipped for VFR and IFR flight per FAR 91.205 (except the J-3 Cub which is VFR Day only).

Beechcraft BE-76 Duchess

The Beechcraft Duchess, also known at the BE-76, was designed as a general aviation, light twin training aircraft. A little sister to the Beechcraft Baron, the Duchess was chosen by Aviator as our multi-engine training aircraft because of the durability built into the product by Beechcraft. All of the Duchess aircraft at Aviator are equipped for instrument operations with an HSI and a VOR; many of the aircraft also have an ADF. Because the future is area navigation (RNAV), we have multiple aircraft equipped with Garmin 430 GPS systems. Having a broad range of learning options is the best way to help ensure future employment. The Duchess fleet is currently being upgraded to ASPEN glass cockpits. Several aircraft are equipped with weather radar and/or lightning strike detectors.

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

The Cessna 172 is the most widely used primary training aircraft in the world. Aviator uses the Cessna for private pilot and single engine training with Garmin EFIS Systems.

Piper Warrior III PA – 128

Aviator College welcomes it’s new fleet of Piper Warrior III airplanes equipped with Avadyne EFIS Systems.

Maintenance

Aviator has its own in-house maintenance facility, a 13,000 square foot environmentally approved hangar. Maintenance is under the supervision of the FAA. All technicians hold Airplane & Powerplant Certificates or better. Maintenance is open six days a week.

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