It has never been a better time to join the aviation field. Pilot jobs are in high demand and will continue to be. As a matter of fact, we are facing a global shortage of pilots prompting us to train a hardly attainable number of new pilots each year.

You don’t need to spend a fortune in a traditional flight school setting to realize your flight training dream. Zero to airline pilot program with flexibility of part 61 school and structure of part 141 school, we are offering pilot training, flight hours building and career consultation all in one place. Get to you dream quick and safe with our innovative learning approach, top-notch instructors and affordable training.


  • Scientific principles are the core of everything we do. That's how we leverage latest trends in the aviation and training to bring you the best most innovative flight practices
  • You get the best of both worlds, we offer flexibility of part 61 schools and structure of part 141 schools
  • Our focus in you. We want to understand your learning style so we can tailor our training plans to you
  • Our goal is to get you there fast and safe
  • We promote relaxed environment where our top-notch instructors can safely teach


  • Affordable, zero to airline program
  • Accelerated or flexible training, it is up to you
  • Begin earning money immediately after completing your CFI rating
  • We are with you every step of the way from flight training, building hours, applying to airlines and interviews with our expert career consulting service


  • We understand that you might have different needs and flexibility
  • That's why we designed two different options: Flexible path where you determine the pace of your training and accelerated path where you participate in group training sessions 2-3 times a week to get to your airline goals faster.


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1500 hours is the golden number when it comes to airline career. That is the number of hours mandated by FAA in order for a pilot to be hired by an airline. Before you start flying, you need to get the proper training. Each type of pilot license has its own education and training standards, as well as a specified number of flight hours you'll need to complete. You'll need to pass written and flight tests to receive your pilot licenses. Depending on the path you choose (accelerated or flexible), it will take you 31-42 months to complete the training, build the hours and begin your airline career.


Training path

Let us do the heavy lifting. All you need to bring is your passion and determination. You'll start off by obtaining your private pilot license, continue to instrument, commercial, CFI/CFII and then multi-engine land rating

Next Steps...

Don't wait. The future is now. Get started today. For more info on the program, email us at or schedule your free consultation.