We offer career pilot training paths through our college partnership and our in-house planning programs. Aviation industry opportunities have increased over the last decade and are forecasted to continue this growth. While most pilots pursue careers with air carriers, there are plenty of opportunities in flight instruction, aerial survey, emergency services, and government sectors.
Aviation Technology Degree Program
We have partnered with Clark State Community College to offer an associate's degree in aviation technology to the greater Dayton area. While you learn to fly at our facilities, you will complete general education courses at one of Clark State's facilities. Students following this path may have access to federal student aid to assist in paying for training. Click on their logo to visit their website.
We have an in-house advisor to assist students with career path planning. This includes course enrollments, cost estimation, financial aid applications, and resume/placement assistance. We often have openings and can offer both part- and full-time positions to students who earn their commercial pilot and flight instructor certificates.