Commercial Flight School Florida
When you’ve dreamed of flying a plane since childhood, shouldn’t that dream play a role in your professional aspirations? Paragon Flight is the premiere flight school in Florida for you to earn your commercial pilot license. Come to us for thorough preparation that will see you through to the career of your dreams.
Flight schools are plentiful, especially in Florida, but if you’re not careful, you’ll end up at a flight school that’s ill-equipped to prepare you well. That’s not the case with Paragon Flight. We offer all of the 4rrrrrrrrrrrrrr444 elements needed for appropriate training, from training aircraft, top-notch curriculum, personalized training, and scheduling adjustability. The staff of Certified Flight Instructors here at Paragon Flight have diverse backgrounds and hands-on experience in a variety of environments and aircraft.
The students who come to Paragon Flight are treated as the priority. We view our responsibility of preparing the pilots of the future seriously. As such, we provide the level of flight instruction that has been repeatedly recognized by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) as some of the best in the country.
When student-pilots come to Fort Myers for flight training, they find sunny, beautiful weather that is perfect for flight training. Over 350 days of the year enjoy take-off ready conditions. The area also provides close proximity to practice airfields and accommodations for all budgets.
The students who come here can earn certifications as a private pilot, an instrument approved pilot, and single- or multi- engine commercial licenses. When the pilot’s goal is to make a living in the cockpit, he or she will generally earn all possible credentials.
The aircraft within our fleet are perfect for the type of flight training engaged. The fleet includes these models: Cessna C172S Skyhawk, Piper PA-44-180 Seminole, Cessna T182T Skylane, Cirrus SR20 G6, Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator.
All of these fleet members enjoy a strict regimen of maintenance from FAA certified mechanics, and they’re also outfitted with avionics similar to the planes used in commercial environments.
Make a Living in the Sky
Commercial pilots have the legal authority to charge for their flying services. Positions may range from dusting crops to flying banners, sightseeing tours, and eventually a jet airliner.
Earn Your Pilot’s License
Commercial pilot credentials require documented flight hours, and accumulating this logged time can be difficult for those with busy schedules. Private pilots require 35-40 logged hours; commercial pilots require 120-250 logged hours; and airline transport pilots require about 1,500 logged flight hours. Paragon Flight has the flexibility to accommodate the schedules of future pilots.
Paying for Flight Training
Money shouldn’t get in the way of your dreams. You may be surprised to find multiple ways to afford flight training. From the GI Bill for veterans to student loans for those working with the university system, personal lending, and other financial options, our team will be happy to guide you through the process of establishing a financial package for payment.
A high quality commercial flight school in Florida, Paragon Flight, awaits the opportunity to help you become a professional in the sky. Dial (239) 274-3170 to learn more about our programs and other features of the school. We will customize a plan with your goals and your schedule as the driving forces of the design.