Airline Pilot Training in Florida
Airline pilot training in Florida provides the best elements needed for success. Paragon Flight offers the advantages of this location along with our specially designed P3 Professional Pilot Program that reduces the time and money you’d otherwise spend with alternative options.
Airline Reading with Paragon Flight
Instead of taking the winding road of incremental licensing, use our streamlined program focusing on quality training, locating sufficient financing, and developing character and leadership skills. High standards, student support, and quality training mark our efforts here at Paragon Flight.
The path from novice to airline pilot becomes far easier when participating in this program. Over 38 weeks, you will graduate from no experience to Private Pilot License (PPL), Instrument Flight Rating (IFR), Commercial License, Single-Engine and Multi-Engine (CSEL and CMEL), and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI).
An airline pilot’s training is never done. Once you’ve graduated to Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), you’ll need to earn your Airline Transport Pilot Certification and accumulate 1,500 hours in the sky before applying for an airline position. Even after being hired, you’ll have to earn specific certifications for the aircraft in question every time you graduate to a new aircraft.
Flight-Ready Conditions with Paragon Flight
We have everything needed for flight training, including beautiful weather all year. Sunny, clear skies and moderate temps make daily flight time a common expectation rather than an exception. By choosing Paragon Flight, you needn’t worry about training time lost due to poor weather conditions or a lack of appropriate instructors or aircraft.
The home of Paragon Flight, Page Field, has distinct advantages over other areas. We’re near several practice airfields and have our tower-controlled runway. The views from the air are spectacular, and the accommodations in the area are numerous, catering to every style preference and budget capacity.
Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Over Paragon Flight
Paragon Flight operates as a flight school under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141.
Part 141 schools use strictly followed curriculum and timelines, with no deviation allowed, while Part 61 schools are much more flexible in terms of pacing and syllabus. With dual authorizations, we can better meet our students’ needs, whether they have part-time or full-time availability, particular learning preferences, or restrictions tied to financial arrangements.
CFIs, Aircraft, and Curriculum
The Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs), aircraft, and curriculum offered by Paragon Flight meet the needs of our pilot candidates well.
We offer a team of flight instructors with varied experience and credentials, along with a best-fit promise to provide a flight instructor who meets your needs and has a complementary personality and teaching style.
Our entire stable of aircraft qualifies as Technically Advanced Aircraft. The aircraft are equally appropriate for all training purposes. As you progress from single-engine to twin-engine training, you’ll receive your practical experience in the standard for the purpose, well-kept and outfitted with advanced avionics and Glass Cockpit Technology.
Finally, the Jeppesen curriculum, developed by a Boeing subsidiary, is the best in the industry, producing quality PICs 30% faster than the national average.
Florida is the world’s best place to pursue flight training, and Paragon Flight in Fort Myers, FL, is the best flight school in Florida. Our Professional Pilot Program (P3) provides an avenue for you to achieve your dreams cheaper and faster; reach out today to get started by calling (239) 747-0056 or contacting us online.