AIRLINE PILOT TRAINING
Affordable Career Oriented Pilot Training
Most Affordable Airline Pilot Training Period.
THERE'S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO START YOUR JOURNEY
OF BECOMING A PILOT
“The aviation sector has been hit in recent times with a growing demand for new pilots as the airline industry continues to experience global shortages in the number of certified pilots. In the next 20 years, airlines in North America alone are going to be in need of around 117,000 new pilots.”
Don't Overpay for Flight Training
Flight training and aircraft rental costs have skyrocketed over the past few decades and continue to climb to outrageous prices. Our goal at US Flight Co. is to make flying affordable, safe, and fun. The way it is meant to be.Our unique structure allows us to spread out the cost of flight training while providing you with huge rental discounts! Fly for as low as $69/hour before fuel. Use our low rates to get your license, next rating, or to fly for fun if you are already a pilot.
From Zero Hours to Airlines
Private Pilot License
This license will allow you take to the skies with friends and family as you fly for pleasure or travel.
Refine your skills as you learn to fly and navigate solely through the use of aircraft instruments.
Commercial Pilot License
This is the license that allows you to fly for compensation and get a job as a pilot. Common jobs at this level are flying for pipeline / powerline inspection, ferry pilot, and sky diving pilot.
Certified Flight Instructor Rating
This rating is required to teach other people how to fly. This is the most common way to log the time required to meet airline requirements.
Begin Working as CFI
At US Flight Co. we know our flight instructors are our most valuable asset. This is why we pay our instructors well above the industry average.
Begin Flying For Regional Airline
Upon accumulation of 1500 hours and 200 hours of cross country time you can apply for an ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) rating. This will allow you to get hired on at a regional airline.
According to the 2019-2039 FAA Aerospace Forecast the airline pilot shortage will be an ongoing issue for regional airlines due to the projected growth of the global economy, mandatory pilot retirement, and projected doubling of the airline industry by 2039. Read the Full Forecast.