Flight School LaGrange, Georgia
Paragon Flight in LaGrange, Georgia, is a premier school for learning to fly. Every single factor needed for successful training can be found here in abundance.
The Paragon Fight Difference
Paragon Flight, authorized by the FAA Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141, can provide adjustable and rigid programs. Part 61 regulations allow for one-on-one, bespoke training courses, while Part 141 requires students to follow a prescribed schedule and syllabus. The FAA requirements regarding check rides remain the same for the credentials sought, but we can offer different training avenues.
The flight school you choose must have the elements needed for training, including the programs, instructors, curriculum, aircraft, etc.
Flight Training Plans
With a comprehensive catalog of flight training, Paragon Flight is the solution for all student pilots. Our training programs include all of the following:
- Personal Flight Training
- Private Pilot License (PPL)
- Instrument Flight Rating (IFR)
- Multi-Engine License (MEL)
- Cirrus Certified Aircraft
- Glass Cockpit
- Professional Flight Training
- Commercial Single-Engine License (CSEL)
- Commercial Multi-Engine License (CMEL)
- Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) – single-engine
- Certified Flight Instructor (CFII) – instrument
- Certified Flight Instructor (MEI) – multi-engine
- Military and Government Flight Training
- Initial Flight Orientation (IFO)
- Single Engine Recurrent (SERT)
- Rotary Wing to Fixed Wing
- Aircraft Transition and Differences
Flight instruction begins with an instructor and curriculum. Paragon Flight Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) have many skills and come from a substantial pool of applicants. We provide students with the absolute best instructors available.
The curriculum that our instructors implement is created by Jeppesen, whose parent company, Boeing, leads the aviation world. This curriculum allows pilots to complete training 30% faster than the national average, and we’re proud to be empowered with it; only a few are chosen to use it.
Another necessary element of training is the aircraft used for flight practice. Not only should the flight school chosen have appropriate aircraft, but the aircraft provided needs to be in excellent condition. Paragon Flight’s entire fleet qualifies as TAA, Technically Advanced Aircraft, and fulfills all of our students’ training needs. The fleet includes the Piper PA28 “Pilot,” the PA-44 Seminole, the Cirrus SR20, and the ALSIM Flight Simulator.
Next Steps for Your Flight Training Journey
Finances can hinder flight training, but money doesn’t have to be prohibitive. When you book a consultation with our Chief Flight Instructor and come in to arrange your personalized flight training course, we’ll be able to give you a cost breakdown. Still, we can also provide guidance regarding resources for financing. From aviation scholarships to student loans, grants, and personal lending, the avenues for paying for fight training are numerous.
The LaGrange, Georgia Paragon Flight Location
Paragon Flight’s newest satellite location is in LaGrange, Georgia, and we operate out of LaGrange-Callaway Airport (LGC). Ideally positioned among several metropolitan areas – Atlanta, Columbus, Montgomery, and Birmingham, Paragon Flight in LaGrange welcomes student pilots from all over the Southeast.
This airport provides student pilots with two runways, several practice airfields, and modern facilities without congested skies. The area experiences more than 300 days per year of flight-friendly conditions.
Paragon Flight’s LaGrange, Georgia, flight school location awaits the opportunity to help you develop your aviation skills. Book a consultation today to arrange for your pathway to pilot-hood, whether you plan to fly as a hobby or a career.