Airline Pilot School Washington
Planning to become an airline pilot? The training and hours required will take forever to complete at a school in Washington. Instead, come to Paragon Flight in sunny, flight-friendly Florida. In addition to the perfect conditions for documenting flight time, we also provide world-class training.
The operations for Paragon Flight occur at Page Field in Fort Myers, the general aviation airport in Southwest Florida. Our facilities are top-notch, as are the fleet of aircraft and the staff of Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs).
Unlike most flight schools that operate under either Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 141 or 61, Paragon Flight functions with both sets of guidance. The strict, full-time nature of Part 141 guidelines permit us to welcome students from all over the world as well as those who plan to use Student Aid benefits or GI funds.
Reasons for Enlisting in an Aviation Career
A career means payment, and payment can’t be received for aviation services without a commercial pilot certificate. To become an airline pilot, though, training doesn’t stop there. You’ll have to earn an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and log 1,500 hours in the sky. While earning these hours, why not begin your career as a pilot by becoming a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), sightseeing pilot for tourists, crop duster or banner flier, etc.
The entire process will begin with a private pilot license and then progress to a commercial pilot license, an instrument rating, a multi-engine rating, a Certified Flight Instructor certificate, and then the requirements to complete the Airline Pilot program.
A Goal Requires a Timeline
A dream may remain a dream forever, but a goal requires a deadline and a schedule. When preparing to earn your airline pilot credentials, Paragon Flight will help you establish this timeline from the beginning. When the time comes for your initial consultation, relate your availability, prior training, and goals. With that information, we can provide a reasonable schedule for you to finish your training and required hours logged.
Plenty of Opportunities to Fly
The trip from Washington to Florida will pay off in terms of opportunities for flight hours. In addition to the 350+ days of the year with terrific flying conditions, we’re also near several practice fields and have use of a tower-controlled airport.
The fleet at Paragon Flight is also in prime condition. We keep every aircraft well and equip them with Glass Cockpit technology so that they’re qualified as Technically Advanced Aircraft. The fleet itself includes the models of Cessna 172S Skyhawk, Piper PA-44 Seminole, Cessna T182T Skylane, Cirrus SR20 G6, Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and ALSIM 172 Flight Simulator.
The beauty of flight training in Florida also extends to flight instructors. Pilots get plenty of time in the sky, so we’re able to pick the best out of an entire pool of the best.
An individualized program of flight training comes to all of our student-pilots. We provide every effort to address a student in a way that is pleasant for all, and the Jeppesen curriculum that we use will help you complete your training 30% faster than the national average for pilot training.
Earn your Captain’s Wings in an airline pilot school without the rainy, gloomy, and foggy days of Washington that prevent you from logging flight hours. Paragon Flight awaits your call to build your personal training plan: (239) 747-0056.