FAA Certified Flight Schools

Paragon Flight is one of the foremost FAA certified flight schools in all of the United States. We offer a full range of flight training governed by both FAA Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141, making it possible for us to create and implement programs that meet the needs of all student-pilots. 

FAA Certified Flight SchoolsExcellence is the defining element of flight training from Paragon Flight. Training programs here are recognized as being some of the best available, and we can teach domestic as well as foreign students. Beautiful year-round weather, high-end and well-kept aircraft, and varied availability make Paragon Flight training complete.

Highlights of Paragon Flight Training Programs

  • Custom flight programs for part-time or full-time availability
  • Fleet full of Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA)
    • Piper PA28 “Pilot”
    • C172S Skyhawk
    • PA-44 Seminole
    • Cessna T182T Skylane
    • Cirrus SR20
    • Cirrus SR22 G5/G6
    • ALSIM Flight Simulator
  • Jeppesen curriculum
    • Comprehensive with hard copies and software
    • Developed by Boeing subsidiary
    • Proven to complete training 30% faster than the national average
  • Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs)
    • Chosen from a wealthy pool of applicants
    • Diversely experienced
    • Best-fit promise per personality, learning style, etc.
  • Location, location, location
    • 350+ days/year of perfect flight conditions
    • Beautiful sites from the sky
    • Proximal to many metropolises and practice airfields
    • Page Field, our home airport, offers a tower-controlled runway

Commercial Pilot Flight Training

If your ultimate goal is to earn a living as a pilot, you will need a commercial license to legally accept compensation for your services. We offer a program that will enable you to reach this goal in a portion of the time that it typically takes, or we can create a program that works for your schedule and learning needs. 

The P3 Professional Pilot Program takes 38 short weeks for pilots to become commercially licensed with their flight instructor certification to boot. This role is ideal for many commercial pilots who need to accumulate more time in the air to qualify for future endeavors. Airline pilots, for instance, need to gain their Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certification along with 1,500 flight hours.

Broken into four phases, the P3 program requires diligence, full-time availability, and hard work! During the first ten-week long phase, students establish a foundation for all future training and earn their Private Pilot Licenses (PPL).

The second phase is eight weeks long and teaches these pilots how to use navigation and communication tech. Having an Instrument Flight Rating (IFR) is essential for working as a professional pilot. 

Next, the program prepares pilots to work professionally, flying both single-engine and multi-engine aircraft as Commercial Pilots (CSEL & CMEL). This training is rigorous, preparing pilots for the responsibility of hauling cargo or flying passengers while also preparing them to react appropriately for all potential situations. This third phase requires twelve weeks.

The final phase of the P3 Program is eight weeks and prepares newly minted commercial pilots how to teach others to fly. When working as a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), pilots are able to make a living, stack on logged flight hours, and share what they love.

To express interest in this program or to create one that works for your individual circumstances, reach out to Paragon Flight, one of the premiere FAA certified flight schools in the country. Contact us online by following this link or by dialing (239) 274-3170.