Commercial Pilot School Kennesaw, Georgia
Professional pilots require high spatial intelligence, a love of adventure, and a commercial pilot license. Whether you travel from Kennesaw, Atlanta, or another town in Georgia, head to Fort Myers for thorough training at Paragon Flight. We offer the P3 Professional Pilot Program, a faster and more affordable journey through aviation education.
To fly charters, spray crops, haul cargo, or work for an airline, you’ll need a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The P3 Professional Pilot Program prioritizes quality, financial counseling, and leadership development throughout the 38-week course. This fast-tracked program requires that participants be dedicated and fulfill all of these requirements:
- A minimum of 18 years old
- High school graduate or GED recipient (college preferred)
- Two character references – one professional, one personal
- Clean Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
- Clean criminal background check
- Pass a behavioral and cognitive measurement
- Clean FAA record
- FAA First-Class Medical Certificate
- Literate and fluent in English
- Full-time availability (4-5 flight lessons and 10-20 hours of ground training each week)
- Strong work ethic, drive, and moral character
Completing the program in fewer than ten months is an ambitious undertaking. Paragon Flight breaks the P3 Professional Pilot Program down into four phases.
Private Pilot (PPL) – 0-10 WEEKS – foundational training for habit, skill, and best practice development
Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – 11-18 WEEKS – communication and navigation systems training
Commercial License, Single-Engine & Multi-Engine (CSEL & CMEL) – 19-30 WEEKS – mastery of skills flying single and twin-engine aircraft to the degree expected of a professional pilot
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – 31-38 WEEKS – instructional methods training
Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) can kill two birds with one stone by earning a living while accumulating flight time and sharing their passion. Upon completion of this program, you’ll have a range of aviation credentials that entitle you to fly commercially for pay, even in the role of flight instructor. Depending on your further goals, you may need to acquire additional flight hours, which you’ll be able to do when acting as a flight instructor.
If this faster and more affordable training program isn’t reason enough to travel to Paragon Flight, consider the benefits we offer related to our location, flight instructors, aircraft, and curriculum!
Paragon Flight operates out of Page Field (FMY) in Fort Myers, FL. This airport is the central air travel provider for all of the area and provides our students with a tower-controlled runway, several practice fields, remarkable facilities, and numerous appropriate accommodations for all budgets.
The weather here is equally accommodating for flight training. More than 350 days of each year feature sunny, clear skies for mastering the skills needed for operating as a safe and masterful pilot.
This area is a haven for pilots, and we take full advantage of it. The flight instructors we have on staff here at Paragon Flight come from an extensive applicant pool of diversely skilled and experienced pilots. Our students have a best-fit promise for an instructor that works with their learning style and personality.
AIRCRAFT & CURRICULUM
The aircraft we supply are also fully appropriate for the task. We house the standard training aircraft for the programs offered and equip them with Glass Cockpit technology and advanced avionics. The curriculum that we chose is also top-notch, the Jeppesen curriculum, a world-class comprehensive program developed by a subsidiary of Boeing.
Make your way from Kennesaw, Georgia, or elsewhere to Paragon Flight in Fort Myers, FL, for a custom program that will meet you wherever you are on your aviation journey. Discover more at (239) 274-3170 or by clicking here.