Pilot License Lesson Plans
Paragon Flight is the right source for you to pursue your pilot license since they employ the highest quality lesson plans, programs that fit within the needs of all student-pilots, and every other component needed for an experience that will surpass all expectations of flight training.
Come to Fort Myers to learn how to fly with Paragon Flight, headquartered in Page Field. The Federal Aviation Administration authorizes the operations of flight schools through Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141, and Paragon Flight is one of the few with both approvals.
Since 2006, we have endeavored to produce safe and ready pilots while providing a fun experience. Over this time, we have developed best practices that allow us to develop the best quality instructor pool, aircraft fleet, and curriculum partnerships. Our students benefit from custom designed flight training programs to help them reach their goals on their schedules and in the manner they learn best.
When pilot hopefuls come to Paragon Flight, they aren’t disappointed with the facilities, fleet, or instructors. Come to us for a program that allows you to chase your dreams whether you’re during the phase of career preparation or an established adult with competing obligations but a desire for change.
In Southwest Florida, the conditions are ideal for flight training. The weather here is sunny and clear for over 350 days of the year, so our student-pilots face no obstacles to practical training. The area features several practice airfields and draws professional flight instructors from all over the world. From the majestic scenery to the nearby attractions and plenty of flight opportunities, aviation enthusiasts flock to this area, and we pick the best among them to staff our flight instructor positions.
If your aviation plans lean toward a career path, you must earn a commercial pilot certificate. Assuming that you have no prior experience, you’ll need to begin with a Private Pilot License (PPL), follow that with an Instrument Flight Rating (IFR), and then proceed with either a Single-Engine (CSEL) or Multi-Engine (CMEL) Commercial License. Once you have a commercial license, you can become a Certified Flight Instructor yourself, making a living as you log flight hours.
The two-fold approvals under FAR Parts 141 and 61 allow us to accommodate various student-pilots. Part 141 programs are strictly followed, and Part 61 allows for leeway in pacing and scheduling. We’re proud to use the Jeppesen curriculum for all of our lesson plans and curriculum materials. These materials are the finest in all of aviation, produced by a subsidiary of the Boeing company.
The Jeppesen curriculum has proven itself to help pilots reach their goals 30% faster than the national average.
Student-pilots at Paragon Flight gain experience in the sky in a safe, predictable, and advanced aircraft model. The entire fleet consists of Technically Advanced Aircraft and includes the Cessna C172S Skyhawk, Piper Pa-44-180 Seminole, Cessna T182T Skylane, Cirrus SR20 G6, Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and ALSIM AL172 Flight Simulator. We offer particular planes for single-engine, multi-engine, and sport flight training.
To experience what it will be like to pursue your pilot license, choose to schedule a Discovery Flight, where you get a taste for the lesson plans, instruction sessions, and practical experience that you’ll get here at Paragon Flight. Schedule this Discovery session or a consultation to design your own flight training program by calling (239) 274-3170 or by following this link.