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Professional Airline Pilot Program

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aboutTHE CAREER PROGRAM

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Our Airline Professional Pilot Program offers you an affordable fast track to the airlines. We have multiple airline partners meaning your dream career is within reach! Become career ready in less than 10 months while saving tens of thousands compared to other airline training programs!

ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT FOR DEC 2022 ENROLLMENT!

Complete Fixed Cost Training Package only $74,995

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The 2020 Boeing Pilot and Technician Outlook projects that 763,000 new civil aviation pilots will be needed to fly the global fleet over the next 20 years. Read the Full Outlook.

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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. Read the Full Forecast.

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The US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the Pilot Median Pay for 2019 was $121,430 per year with a job growth outlook of 5% (Faster than average). See the Full Summary.

About the Professional Airline Pilot Course

Our airline professional pilot course is designed utilizing a proven syllabus. This fast track style training takes you from zero time to a commercial flight instructor with multi-engine and instrument ratings. We have financing programs in place so you can focus on training without need to work on the side!

To ensure the highest quality of training with adequate instructor to student ratio we limit the size of each class.

 

What's It Take to Become an Airline Pilot?

Most regional airlines require the following:

  • 23 Years old.
  • 1500 Hours Total Time
  • 500 Hours Cross Country Time
  • 100 Hours Night
  • 75 Hours Instrument
  • 25 Hours Actual Multi Engine Time

Most of these hour requirements are met by flight instructing, however other jobs such as pipeline inspection, freight, or flying skydivers are also common jobs for commercial pilots.

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US Flight Co Top Competitor
Private Pilot Certificate - Single Engine Included Included
Instrument Rating Included Included
Commercial Pilot Certificate - Single & Multi Engine Included Included
Flight Instructor Certificate - Single, Multi Engine, & Instrument Included Included
FAA Written Test Fees Included Not Included
Pilot Examiner Practical Test Fees Included Not Included
Headset, Training Materials, and Books. Included Not Included
iPad and 3rd Party Apps Not Included Not Included
Total Flight Time in Aircraft 250 Hours Only 245 Hours
Comparable Program Cost $74,995 $87,995
Additional Training Expenses None! $11,200
Total Program Cost (Multi-Engine Instructor Instrument) $74,995 $99,195

* Taxes and fuel surcharges are not included in any prices listed. 

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From Zero Hours to Airlines

2 Months

Private Pilot License

This license will allow you take to the skies with friends and family as you fly for pleasure or travel.

4 Months

Instrument Rating

Refine your skills as you learn to fly and navigate solely through the use of aircraft instruments. 

7 Months

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.

8 Months

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.

9 Months

Multi Engine Instructor Rating

This rating is required to fly and teach in aircraft with more than 1 engine. While this rating can be accomplished in as little as 10 hours, we include a full 25 Horus as this is the minimum required by the airlines.

10 Months

Begin Working as a Flight Instructor

Working as a flight instructor is the most common way to accumulated the 1500 Total Time hours required by the airlines. 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. 

End of Year 2

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. 

What Are The Perquisites to Enroll in the Airline Professional Pilot Training Program?

  • Be able to read, write speak, and understand the English language.
  • Must be 17 years or older.
  • Must be able to pass a health physical.
  • Students Taller than 6′ 2″ or more than 250 lbs must complete a comfort & control check.

Get Started - Apply for Financing

  • The next step to get started is to apply for financing. Once approved for financing you will be eligible to place a deposit to hold your spot for the next class start date. We have limited program slots available to ensure adequate aircraft and instructor availability. If you do not need financing please reach out via phone or email to get enrolled in the program. 
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