Commercial Airline Pilot Course
Are you searching for a premier course to become a commercial airline pilot? Look no further than Paragon Flight for a custom training course designed around your available time, prior training, and ultimate goals!
Authorization under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 141 and 61 permits us to provide personalized training programs that meet our students where they are. We welcome students from all over the world, in all stages of life, and at all levels of training. Complete your training faster and more affordably to become the airline pilot of your dreams.
One of the most significant assets we have at Paragon Flight is our location! Page Field in Fort Myers is our home, and we can promise plenty of flight opportunities to document flight hours. Not only is Page Field the general aviation hub of Southwest Florida, but the area boasts multiple practice airfields as well. The weather is worthy of takeoff 350+ days per year, and we’re near several cities with no shortage of accommodations for all-sizes of budgets and preferences.
Building on the strength of our location, we provide all of the essential ingredients for providing flight training, honed to efficiency and held to the highest of standards. The staff of Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) is chosen from among the best pilots anywhere in the world; the fleet is well-kept, modern, and new; and the Jeppesen curriculum is proven to produce results 30% faster than the national average.
Occupational Opportunities Abound
Aviation is a growing market as the world becomes more globally focused. All airlines will continue to hire pilots at a significant pace, making this time period ideal for chasing your dreams of captaining an airline vessel.
The Time Commitment Required for Training
When planning to pursue any training program, knowing how long it will take is essential. Clearly, it will depend on how much training you have already completed as well as how much time you have available to dedicate at one time. Airline pilots need several different licenses and must complete a minimum of 1,500 logged flight hours.
The Airline Pilot’s Journey
The walk toward becoming an airline pilot begins with a private pilot license. Afterward, you’ll need to earn a commercial pilot certificate to begin accepting compensation for flight services. Follow up this training with Instrument Flight Rating, Multi-Engine Rating, and completion of the requisite 1,500 hours. Of course, you may also tack on Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) training to get paid while logging this time in the sky.
We offer all of the training you need to earn your spot in the cockpit. This training will occur in the best aircraft for the purpose, all equipped with Glass Cockpit Technology. Our entire fleet is Technically Advanced and consists of single-engine, multi-engine, sporting planes, and an advanced simulation system.
The Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) at Paragon Flight are the most experienced in the world. The area draws pilots like bees to a flower garden; they come for the weather. The diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and personalities allows us to provide a best-fit instructor match for each student.
In your pursuit of commercial airline pilot training, consider what makes a course at Paragon Flight appropriate for your efforts. A consultation with a Head Flight Instructor here will help you customize a wing-earning program that cuts down on time and money while extending great quality.