Best Airline Pilot Training Programs

If becoming an airline pilot is your lifelong dream, choose the best training programs to guarantee your success. Paragon Flight features the best qualities of flight instruction as well as dual FAA FAR authorizations to better serve all student-pilots.

Best Airline Pilot Training ProgramsIf Earth hosted a heaven for pilots, Southwest Florida would be it. Paragon Flight operates out of Page Field in Fort Myers, and we enjoy remarkable weather for flight all year long, majestic views from the sky, and an abundance of practice fields. As you document the 1,500 hours you’ll need to become an airline pilot, the accessibility of flight opportunities in this area beats all other locations.

Being such a terrific location for pilots, we have no shortage of qualified applicants to serve as Certified Flight Instructors (CFI/II/MEI). We’re privileged to choose the best from among the best to train our student-pilots. In fact, we offer a best-fit promise. If you find the instructor for your one-on-one program isn’t a good fit, ask for another, and we’ll happily oblige.

The ultimate goal of Paragon Flight programs is to meet the particular needs of the particular student. For this reason, we offer personalized programs of instruction based upon goals, starting points, finances, and scheduling availability.

This element is where having dual authorization is so valuable. Part 61 programs allow for adjustments, so established jobs, careers, and other obligations needn’t be sacrificed. You can make your dreams reality without sacrificing or failing to live up to responsibilities.

The Part 141 program is also valuable in that it allows veterans with GI benefits, international students with M-1 visas, and college students with financial aid to participate in quality flight training here at Paragon Flight.

Working Toward Pilot Credentials

A Commercial Pilot License must precede any acceptance of payment for flight services. In order to apply for this license, pilots need to be 18 years of age; able to read, write, and speak English; currently certified as a private pilot, and verified with a valid 2nd Class FAA Medical.

All of the courses required to become an airline pilot are available here at Paragon Flight. From private pilot to instrument rating, commercial pilot, multi-engine, flight instructor, and airline transport pilot, the programs are here, and the training is sure. When you complete our programs, you will be ready for your checkrides and for applying your training.

The programs will feature ground instruction and practical training, making sure that you have knowledge of the systems, rules of aviation, procedures, etc., as well as muscle memory regarding appropriate responses to all sorts of scenarios.

The aircraft here at Paragon Flight are all Technically Advanced, with Glass Cockpit Tech and Advanced Avionics. Aircraft within the fleet include the Piper PA28 “Pilot,” Cessna C172S Skyhawk, Piper PA-44-180 Seminole, Cessna T182T Skylane, Cirrus SR20 G6, Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator. We keep all of these aircraft up to standards that exceed those mandated by the FAA.

Are you looking for the best airline pilot training programs? You’ve found them with Paragon Flight regardless of your situation. We strive to individualize programs to the pilot and encourage you to make an appointment with our Chief Flight Instructor to do so. Learn more by calling (239) 747-0056 or clicking here.