Airline Career Pilot Program
Fastest Path to Become an Airline Pilot
Fast Track, Airline-Oriented Training Proven by Thousands of Successful Airline Pilots.
The Airline Career Pilot Program offers you the training, resources, and airline partnerships you need to become an airline pilot. Complete the program in seven months (from zero time) and start flying as an airline pilot in two years – proven by more graduates flying for airlines than from any other academy.
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Start from Zero Time
$96,995 | 7 Months Fast Track
Or Start with Credit for Private Pilot
Fast Track Timeline
Commercial Multi-Engine Pilot with CFIs in Just 7 Months
Your Journey Starts Here
Take the controls and fully engage in this flying experience as an instructor walks you through the steps.
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.
Multi Engine Instructor Rating
This rating is required to fly and teach in aircraft with more than one engine. While you can typically acquire this rating in as little as 10 hours, we include 25 Hours Actual Multi-Engine time as this is the minimum required by the airlines.
Begin Working as a Flight Instructor
Working as a flight instructor is the most common way to acquire the 1500 hours Total Time 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.