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FlightSafety Academy Professional Pilot Training

Enhance Your Professional Pilot Training

Take the next step to become a professional pilot with FlightSafety Academy. With more than a 100 hours of flight time and a private pilot license (PPL) already completed, you’re ready to move on to Instrument and Commercial training. To provide the most accurate training path based on your personal experience, we encourage you to complete our Flight Review Form. Upon receipt, we will review your Flight Review Form with our chief flight instructor and develop a custom training proposal for you to complete your flight training.

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See our beautiful 30-acre campus and facilities for yourself.

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Key Features

  • Complete Private through CFI in 12 months
  • 6 months of free housing with full program
  • Partnerships with regional and major airlines
  • 145 maintenance repair shop
  • Fleet equipped with iPad compatible Garmin G500 avionics
  • Tuition includes iPad, A20 Bose headset and subscription to ForeFlight
  • Designated FAA Check Airman
  • On-campus FAA Test lab
  • On and off campus housing
  • Build on existing knowledge without starting over
  • FlightSafety International is the aviation training leader
  • On-campus amenities like recreation room and basketball
Advanced professional pilot program timeline

Get Started

Take the next steps to enhance your aviation career. Here’s what you need to know before beginning.

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Individual Career Pilot Program FAQ

Mapping Out A Career Path

FlightSafety Academy taking steps to be an airline pilot

Taking Steps to be an Airline Pilot

Becoming an airline pilot can be a regarding career path to take. While FlightSafety Academy starts you on the lucrative journey, what can you expect about the process? Link to: Taking Steps to be an Airline Pilot

Corporate Pilots Get to Know Passengers

Corporate Pilots Get to Know Passengers

Many people only think of commercial flying as being an airline pilot. But we prepare you for numerous other pilot careers, including serving as a corporate or private aviation pilot. Link to: Corporate Pilots Get to Know Passengers

Pilot Instructors Give Back to Aviation

Pilot Instructors Give Back to Aviation

Whether it's as a certified flight instructor (CFI) or as an experienced pilot instructor at FlightSafety International, being a trainer is a rewarding career path onto its own. Link to: Pilot Instructors Give Back to Aviation