Accelerated Pilot Training

Do you have aviation dreams that you want to make reality as quickly as possible without frustrations or gimmicks? Consider Paragon Flight. We offer accelerated pilot training for various credentials, whether you’re just beginning your pilot journey or planning to continue climbing the ladder of certifications until you reach the airline cockpit.

Accelerated Pilot TrainingOperating with our primary location in Page Field (FMY), the primary airport of Fort Myers, FL, Paragon Flight has been a premiere flight school since 2006. We also have satellite locations in Punta Gorda’s airport (PGD) and the LaGrange-Callaway Airport (LGC) in LaGrange, GA.

We are one of the foremost flight schools in the US and have been recognized many times by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) for the level of excellence that we bring to each pilot candidate.

In addition to providing the best flight training elements we can control, like the quality of instructors, aircraft, and curriculum, we also leverage the location and weather. These factors allow us to provide flight-perfect conditions for our students over 350 days of the year. When you choose Paragon Flight, nothing will stand in the way of your training.

Yet another reason to choose Paragon Flight is our authorization status. We’re a FAR Part 61 and Part 141 flight school, able to offer bespoke flight training programs that work with our students’ schedules and learning styles.

Here at Paragon Flight, you can pursue professional or personal flight training. The Jeppesen curriculum allows pilot training to be completed 30% faster than the national average, and we offer the P3 Program for professionally minded candidates.

Earn Your Living in the Cockpit

The P3 Program allows pilots to become certified as a commercial pilot and a flight instructor in fewer than ten months. From start to finish, we will break down your progress into four distinct phases. The first ten weeks will focus on learning the skills needed to achieve a Private Pilot License (PPL), and the next eight will target the addition of an Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) to that license. The third phase is twelve weeks long and trains participants to work as commercial pilots, earning a Commercial Single-Engine License and a Commercial Multi-Engine License (CSEL/CMEL). The final phase follows and trains these newly minted commercial pilots to work as flight instructors.

Working as a flight instructor is ideal for pilots who plan to continue with their training. To work as an airline pilot, applicants must have documented 1,500 hours of flight time. Flight instructors earn a living while logging flight time, perfecting their skills, and sharing their passion.

Additional Training Available at Paragon Flight

Personal – private pilot, instrument flight, multi-engine, Cirrus-certified, Glass Cockpit

Professional – commercial pilot, flight instructor for single-engine, multi-engine, and instrument flight

Military and Government – Initial Flight Orientation (IFO), Single-Engine Recurrent Training (SERT), Rotary Wing to Fixed Wing Transition, Aircraft Transition and Differences Training

Come to Paragon Flight for sunny skies, friendly smiles, and impressive flight training!

Click here or call (239) 747-0056 to explore accelerated pilot training at our primary location in Fort Myers, FL. Alternatively, you can reach out to one of our satellite locations to train in Punta Gorda, FL, or LaGrange, GA, at (941) 900-3131 or (706) 903-9337, respectively.