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Pro Pilot Program

Long-term demand for newly qualified pilots remains strong – 612,000 new pilots are needed between 2021-2040. There is no better time to start your career. Leave your desk job and experience the thrill of travel and the love of flying combined into one.

INFLIGHT ALUMNI CONSISTENTLY GO FURTHER IN THEIR CAREERS

You can be a pilot, a captain of your own life, and Inflight will be there to make sure you succeed. It’s never too late to realize your dream of being paid to fly. Being a professional pilot will take you on a journey across the state, country, or even around the world. You’ll be traveling for your job, seeing sights that the majority of people never have the chance to, all while piloting a modern marvel through the air with amazing views.

At Inflight we teach you the professional way and we hone your fundamentals so that when you leave our program we guarantee you’ll have success anywhere you go. We’ve helped thousands of pilots move on to their dream careers and all of them love what they do. Join our community and see why Inflight is your second home for professional pilot flight training. With the largest training fleet in the state of Minnesota, and the most experienced Flight Instructors, we can do your training in as fast as 6 months.

EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Airline Pilot
  • Corporate Pilot
  • Aerial Firefighting
  • Air Ambulance
  • Charter PIlot
  • Freight Pilot
  • Flight Instructor
  • Science & Research
  • Government and Military
  • Agricultural Pilot
  • Personal Pilot
  • Test Pilot

ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS

HOW LONG WILL MY PROFESSIONAL PILOT TRAINING TAKE?

8-12 Weeks
Private Pilot
The first step towards achieving your dreams is earning your single-engine Private Pilot Certificate also known as the license to learn. The Private Pilot training course is the most important of your career as it sets the stage for your future success.
8-12 Weeks
6-12 Weeks
Instrument Rating
Most Commercial flights conduct their flights under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), allowing them to fly in less than ideal weather conditions. Due to this fact you as a career pilot must have an Instrument Rating. During this phase, you will conduct flights under simulated instrument conditions and learn IFR procedures such as approaches, holds, arrival and departure procedures, and how to communicate on the radios more effectively.
6-12 Weeks
6-12 Weeks
Time Building
This phase is the most fun of your training cycle. You get 110 hours to fly anywhere in the country and build your experience. Use this time to see new places, fly at night, gain experience, and prepare yourself for what it might be like to be paid to fly for a living. Note that you can cut this expense in half by joining our online community and finding other safety pilots to fly with.
6-12 Weeks
5 Weeks
Commercial Pilot
After finishing out your time building to 230 total flight hours, you will begin preparing for you single-engine Commercial Pilot Certificate, which will open the door for you to be paid to fly. As a commercial pilot, new flight maneuvers are introduced and existing ones are held to tighter tolerances. Prior to completing the commercial pilot practical test, 10 hours of Technologically Advanced Aircraft training will have have been completed in our Piper Arrow or Cirrus SR20.
5 Weeks
6-12 Weeks
Flight Instructor
The end is near for your initial training journey, most people choose to gain their hours for their career by flight instructing. As a certificated flight instructor, you can build flight hours to meet airline and corporate hiring minimums, while spreading your passion for flying. Being a certified flight instructor is a fun and rewarding job that utilizes all you have learned during your flight training.
6-12 Weeks
30-52 Weeks
COMPLETION
Congratulations you did it! You're now a Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor. You've completed your initial career training. At this point you can add on your multi engine in a quick 5 day course, and explore adding your instrument instructor rating.
30-52 Weeks

AIRLINE & CORPORATE INFORMATION + PAYSCALES

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AVIATION ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM

  • The UVU Aviation Science online program allows students to stay home, finish their flight training at a local airport, while completing their course work toward their bachelor’s or associate degree online. This creates a diversity of students located across the country. UVU Aviation is determined to be an engaged, inclusive, and a leading-edge institution. The option of online education provides students throughout the country the ability to obtain a quality educational experience.
  • Students can qualify for financial aid that covers tuition and living expenses. Some supplemental loans will be required to cover all expenses.
  • Previously earned FAA certificates and ratings, including Pilot and Airframe & Powerplant are granted direct transfer credit as appropriate for their respective program curricula. Industry experience and previous college courses are also accepted upon successful evaluation. It’s time to add a college degree to your certifications and experience. Take the next step. Invest in your future.

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!