Airline Pilot Training Florida
Do your ambitions call you to the cockpit of a jetliner? If so, consider pursuing airline pilot training at Paragon Flight in Fort Myers, Florida.
Paragon Flight has FAA FAR authorizations Parts 141 and 61, empowering us to provide remarkable, customized flight training to ambitious future pilots from around the globe. Our student-driven programs effectively provide quality training in as short a period as possible.
Perfect Location for Flight Training
Page Field in Fort Myers, FL is home to Paragon Flight. This location is perfect for flight training. The weather welcomes wheels up over 350 days of the year, and the local area has ample practice fields. Our students have no issues documenting flight hours on their own schedule, and the nearby cities provide accommodations that suit every budget.
As the center of the processes at Paragon Flight, student-pilots are able to pursue flight training with a customized program that caters to their time availability, experience, and goals.
The key to providing flexibility is our FAR Part 61 approval, which allows for varied scheduling and pacing. Our other authorization, FAR Part 141, allows us to welcome full-time students including users of veterans’ benefits, full-time students, and international student-pilots. These two authorizations facilitate our ability to meet the needs of all of our student-pilots.
In Pursuit of Your Dreams
If the sky beckons as your dream workplace, training to become a safe, ready pilot will be a major step in this process. The first step will be to earn your certification: a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). If you’re at least 18 years old, fluent and literate in English, and in possession of a current 2nd class medical certificate, you can pursue this training.
The following list includes the essential steps for commercial pilot training:
- Private pilot training
- Instrument flight rating (IFR)
- Commercial license for single engine or multi-engine aircraft
- Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
- Certified Flight Instructor – Instruments (CFI – I)
When you pursue training to become a pilot, you should expect a combination of academic and practical education. You will undergo ground and simulator training to learn how aerodynamics, operations, reporting, and meteorology relate to flight, and then we will provide practical training in the sky.
Your particular program of training will depend on the previous level of training you have completed, but you can be confident in the thoroughness of our training. We will make sure that you are prepared for your practical exam and for your future as a pilot in all conditions.
Begin Your Training with Paragon Flight
In addition to the weather, practice fields, and plethora of accommodations, Paragon Flight provides excellence in regards to every essential element of flight training.
The fleet of aircraft here at Paragon Flight consists of every style of aircraft required to provide practical experience for the training we provide. The fleet includes the Cessna C172S Skyhawk, the Piper PA-44-180 Seminole, the Cessna T182T Skylane, the Cirrus SR20 G6, the Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and the ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator.
The provision of training here at Paragon Flight proceeds under the guidance of a highly qualified, well-trained Certified Flight Instructor. As a haven for pilots, our location in Southwest Florida allows us to take our pick from the best in the world.
Become the airline pilot you dream to be with training from Paragon Flight. We’re prepared to offer a personalized program of aviation training; call (239) 747-0056 to learn more!