Airline Pilot Training in Tennessee
What could be better than the life of an airline pilot? Travel, cultural experiences, and the most beautiful view of any office in the world are just a few highlights of the occupation! Paragon Flight offers an expedited program of airline pilot training, the P3 Professional Pilot Program, that promises the same quality of preparation with less time and money required, making the trip from Tennessee to Florida a smart move for an ambitious, career-minded pilot candidate.
Paragon Flight operates out of Page Field in Fort Myers, Florida. We offer the highest quality essentials to flight training – including Technically Advanced Aircraft, Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs), and Jeppesen curriculum. Of all the advantages that we provide, the location is perhaps the most significant.
Southwest Florida is a prime location for flight instruction. The weather accommodates practical flight experience nearly every day of the year, regardless of season. Sunny, clear skies dominate over 350 days annually, providing ready-for-takeoff conditions.
The scenery from the sky may not have a direct impact on the quality of your training, but it definitely will affect your experience. Every single hour of time you log in the sky will be one marked by wonder and beauty.
Within the area are several options for accommodation, with different levels of amenities, features, and price.
Shortened Timeline for Airline Pilot Training
In less than 10 months with the P3 Professional Pilot Program, you’ll be able to accomplish what would take you years with other courses and other flight schools. With less time comes lower costs to boot!
- 0-10 Weeks Private Pilot (PPL) – Student-pilots with no prior experience will begin by developing an aviation foundation for further education. This first ten weeks is perhaps the most important of the entire program because it will set the stage for the development of safe best practices.
- 11-18 Weeks Instrument Rating (IFR) – The second phase in your streamlined education will be to jump right into navigation and communication skills. We’ll teach you using the advanced avionics, Glass Cockpit technology, and other modern equipment you’ll find in the aircraft to come in your career.
- 19-30 Weeks Commercial License, Single Engine and Multi-Engine (CSEL and CMEL) – Next up in the program lineup, you’ll develop the skills needed to fly both single-engine and multi-engine aircraft on a professional basis. The standard is high for commercial licensing, and we teach to mastery level.
- 31-38 Weeks Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – The last phase of the program establishes potential for career growth as a flight instructor. While teaching others to fly, you’ll be able to hone your craft, share it with others, and log the needed flight hours for your future pilot career as well. Bear in mind that airline pilot applicants need an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and 1,500 hours of documented flight time.
If this program appeals to you and you meet the following pre-qualifications for participation, register today:
- Minimum of 18 years of age
- High school graduate or GED equivalent (prefer college experience)
- Character references (one professional; one personal)
- Clear MVR
- Clear criminal background check
- Clear a cognitive and behavioral measurement
- Clear FAA record
- FAA 1st Class Medical Certificate
- Literate and fluent in English
- Full-time availability (4-5 flight lessons/week; 10-20 hours of ground training/week)
- Strong moral character, motivated, willing to work
Give your career a boost by traveling to Paragon Flight in Florida from Tennessee or beyond for a streamlined course of airline pilot training, the P3 Professional Pilot Program. Register today online or by calling (239)747-0056.