Airline Pilot Training in Texas

Breaking through the complicated ladder of airline pilot training becomes more manageable when you travel from Texas to participate in the Paragon Flight Professional Pilot Program (P3) in Fort Myers, Florida. This streamlined program cuts through the typical challenges of aviation education to shorten the timeline and costs involved, not to mention the fabulous facilities and fantastic weather our location provides.

Introducing the Professional Pilot Program at Paragon Flight

Airline Pilot Training in TexasThe P3 Professional Pilot Program allows you to reach your goals faster and more affordably. With four phases and 38 weeks, you’ll progress from novice to commercially licensed, Certified Flight Instructor.

  • Private Pilot License (PPL) – Weeks 0-10

During this first phase of training, we’ll provide you with a well-constructed foundation for all of your future aviation training. You’ll develop stellar habits that will serve you well throughout your future occupation as a pilot, no matter the niche you choose.

  • Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – Weeks 11-18

The second phase will teach you how to use the navigation and communication equipment within the aircraft, a skill you’ll need daily as a commercial pilot. When you learn here at Paragon Flight, you’ll do so with Technically Advanced Aircraft, using the same advanced avionics and Glass Cockpit Technology you’ll see in your future career.

  • Commercial License, Single Engine and Multi-Engine (CSEL and CMEL) – Weeks 19-30

With instrument flight firmly under your grasp, commercial flight training will ensue. We’ll prepare you to safely operate as a professional pilot of both single-engine and twin-engine aircraft. Our program may be accelerated, but it’s no less rigorous than any other flight training program.

  • Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – Weeks 31-38

The last phase of your training will be to become a flight instructor. As a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), you’ll perfect your skills, share your passion with others, enter the profession, and document hours pursuing airline opportunities.

Pursue Your Dreams with Paragon Flight

Whether you decide to participate in the P3 Professional Pilot Program or require a more flexible training course, we can cater to your needs since Paragon Flight is authorized under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141. The outcome will always be the same – a safe, ready pilot with the confidence and leadership skills needed to succeed.

When you’re ready to jump into flight training, contact us online or by phone, and schedule a meeting with our Head Flight Instructor. We’ll work out your custom program or register you for our new P3 Program.

Learning to fly here is ideal. The weather is picture-perfect over 350 days of the year. Every season provides ample opportunity for flight training, and the scenic views from the cockpit will make every lesson an unforgettable gift in and of itself.

The airport we call home, Page Field (FMY), is equally advantageous. It’s the center of general aviation in the region and provides a tower-controlled runway and multiple nearby practice airfields. Modern facilities, an incredibly diverse fleet of flight instructors, and top-notch TAA aircraft will facilitate your efforts. 

Take the trip from Texas to Paragon Flight in Fort Myers, FL, for airline pilot training with lowered costs and a shorter schedule but with the same high-quality results for which we’re nationally recognized and awarded. Explore Paragon Flight’s course options today by calling (239) 747-0056 or following this link.