Are you interested in learning how to fly? If you are, you have come to the right place. We have one of the largest lists of Flight Schools that offer training from the basic Sport Pilot Certificate all the way up to the AirlineTransport Pilot Certificate-ATP. Each flight school has something different to offer so make sure you research your option.
If you have never flown an airplane or Helicopter, you should probably think about scheduling an introductory flight with your local flight school. Most flight schools offer introductory flights (First Flight Lesson) for as little as $99. To find a Flight School just click on one of the links in the left column. If you would like to learn more about the aviation industry, or the requirements to become a pilot, head on over to our Aviation Information Center.
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Info about becoming a pilot
- FAA Student Pilot Guide:Before you begin flight training, it is important to have a basic understanding of the responsibilities, safety regulations, and issues applicable to such an endeavor. Please read over this student pilot guide before you start any flight training. If you have any question then please contact your local flight school and they will gladely answer any of your aviation related questions.
- Flight Training Facts:Some of the most popular questions asked about learning how to fly.
- Pilot Certification Information: Learn about all the different types of pilot certificates and ratings.
- Aviation Medical Certifications and Requirements: Information on the different types of aviation pilot medical certificates.
- Free Flight Training Books (PDF): We have a large selection of free FAA Aviation Training related books offered to you by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Flight Training Financing
- Flight Training Financing: Are you wondering how you're going to finance your flight training or any other aviation related training? View our aviation training finance information page for more details on how to pay for your flight training or any other aviation related training..
- Flight Training Scholarships: Get free scholarship money for any type of aviation related training. Check out our list of organizations that offer aviation scholarships. You can find flight training scholarships, aviation college scholarships, aircraft technician scholarships, aerospace engineer scholarships, air traffic controller scholarships and more. If you know of any other aviation related scholarships that are not listed on our site then please send us a link to the aviation scholarship page.
- Cross Country Flight Planning: Cross-country flight planning is often the first big post-solo hurdle flight students will overcome in their flight training. Planning a cross-country flight requires tedious planning and calculations if done properly which can seem overwhelming at first, but taking everything one step at a time can greatly ease the process.
- Choosing a Flight Instructor: The student instructor relationship is one of the most critical factors affecting pilot performance, yet choosing an instructor is not an exact science. Just remember, if you don't get along with your flight instructor then find a new one.
- Low Wing Aircraft vs High Wing Aircraft: A quick look at any general aviation airport will show you that all single engine aircraft are either high wing or low wing designs. For pilots, each design had its advantages and drawbacks.
- Mastering The Crosswind Landing: Crosswind landings are one of the more challenging skills in the private pilot curriculum.
- Buying an Airplane: Purchasing an aircraft is an exciting process, but it can be a complicated one filled with potential problems.(If buying an airplane, please make sure that you always have a Pre Purchase Inspection performed by a mechanic that doesn't know the current owner of the aircraft.)
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