Commercial Pilot Training Schools In Georgia
If you’re contemplating commercial pilot training schools in Georgia, look a bit farther south to Florida, where Paragon Flight provides an excellent array of custom flight training, including our own P3 Professional Pilot Program that will prepare you faster and with less expense than other programs you’ll find.
Award-winning, well-established, and FAA-accredited under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141, Paragon Flight sets the table for flight training with Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) appropriate for your training, well-trained Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs), the best curriculum in the industry, and year-round weather that welcomes practical flight training.
We have two flight school locations – one in Fort Myers at Page Field (FMY), the hub of general aviation in Southwest Florida, and the other in Punta Gorda, FL at the Punta Gorda Airport (PGD). These facilities provide access to a tower-controlled runway, several practice airfields, and proximity to numerous cities with accommodations for any budget or preference.
Introducing the P3 Professional Pilot Program
If you want to become a commercial pilot, no program offers a shorter timeframe or a less expensive route to your goal than the P3 Professional Pilot Program here at Paragon Flight.
We focus on helping students find appropriate funding. Allow our team to help you identify the right financial resources for your situation and then provide any needed assistance during the application process.
The program prioritizes quality training over a high quantity of training. The schedule is accelerated and rigorous:
Private Pilot License (PPL) – 0-10 WEEKS
The first phase of the program provides the foundation upon which all following aviation training will rely. This foundation focuses on developing best practices, good habits, and basic skills required of a pilot.
Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) – 11-18 WEEKS
The next phase of the P3 program teaches newly minted private pilots how to use communication and navigation equipment to fly in additional conditions. These skills are essential for commercial pilots during virtually every flight.
Commercial License, Single Engine & Multi Engine (CSEL & CMEL) – 19-30 WEEKS
The third phase of the program teaches pilots every skill needed to operate in a professional capacity as the Pilot in Command (PIC) of a single-engine or multi-engine aircraft.
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – 31-38 WEEKS
The final phase of the program will provide commercial pilots with an entry point into the industry. As a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), you’ll be able to share your love of flight with others, hone your skills, and make a living. This role can be particularly helpful for pilots whose ambitions require additional flight hours.
Interested in the P3 Program?
You’ll need to meet the following qualifications to participate in this rigorous program:
- 18 years old, minimum
- High school graduate or GED recipient (some college preferred)
- Character references – one personal, one professional
- Clean Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
- Clean criminal background check
- Pass a behavioral and cognitive evaluation
- Clean FAA record with no incidents, accidents, or enforcement actions
- FAA First-Class Medical Certificate
- Able to speak, write, understand, and read the English language proficiently
- Full-time availability to accommodate 4-5 flight lessons and 10-20 hours of ground training each week
- Exhibit morality, dedication, and passion.
Make the trip from Georgia to Paragon Flight in Florida for the superior choice among commercial pilot training schools in the United States. Learn more by clicking here or calling our locations: Fort Myers at (239) 274-3170 or Punta Gorda at (949) 336-7494.