Best Airline Pilot Training Program

The best airline pilot training program is the one that will take you from Point A to Point B as quickly as possible without sacrificing a bit of quality. Paragon Flight has developed an accelerated program to become a commercial pilot, the P3 Professional Pilot Program, that focuses on quality and will set you on the path to work for an airline quickly and skillfully.

Best Airline Pilot Training ProgramParagon Flight, set in Fort Myers, FL, provides a wealth of advantages for prospective pilots. The climate couldn’t be more flight-friendly with over 350 days of perfect-for-takeoff weather; the facilities are modern and include access to a tower-controlled runway. We have a fleet that houses all of the aircraft needed for training, as well as simulators for the convenience of our students. The flight instructors are outstanding in experience and diversity, and the curriculum is the best in the industry.

P3 Professional Pilot Program

Reach and sustain success in the aviation world through our program. We operate quickly because we focus on training well, with no time wasted; helping students find financial assistance; and guiding students toward the character and leadership skills they will need for long term success in the aviation field.

Ready to Participate?

You’ll need to meet the following prerequisites:

  • 18 years old
  • GED or high school diploma (some college preferred)
  • Character references, one professional, one personal
  • Positive driving record
  • Clear background check
  • Pass a behavioral and cognitive evaluation
  • Clear FAA record
  • FAA First Class Medical Certificate
  • Fluent and literate in English
  • Full-time availability
  • In-line with moral and work ethic standards

P3 Training Timeline

Weeks 0-10 – Private Pilot (PPL) – This certification lets you operate a single-engine aircraft in conditions that allow for Visual Flight Rules (VFR). The training serves as a foundation for all of the further training needed in your journey toward becoming a commercial pilot.

Weeks 11-18 – Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – To fly in low visibility weather with avionics, pilots need this training. An IFR rating allows pilots to fly using communication and navigation tech as well. These skills are all essential to commercial flight endeavors.

Weeks 19-30 – Commercial License, Single Engine and Multi Engine (CSEL and CMEL) – At this point, you’ll be ready to move on to earning your commercial license. While we provide an efficient training experience, we do not do this by lowering our standards for single-engine or multi-engine training, or any other phase in the process for that matter.

Weeks 31-38 – Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – While optional, learning to train others to fly is the completion of this program. Serving as a flight instructor allows aspiring airline pilots to document the 1,500 flight hours that they’ll need in order to apply for those roles while making a living teaching student-pilots.

Financial Planning for the P3 Program

The financing that you’ll need for aviation education is available. The team at Paragon Flight will walk you through all of these options in order to find the ones that best suit your personal situation. Grants, scholarships, student loans, and personal loans can help fund your dreams and future career.

Paragon Flight is the best airline pilot training program available to aspiring pilots. Our P3 program will set the table with a broad foundation for further success. To discover more about this program, or others, at Paragon Flight, contact us online or call (239)747-0056.