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Founded in 1982 Aviator Flight School offered opportunities to students looking to receive training to fulfill the specialized demands of the airline industry. The Aviator Flight School moved from Addison, Texas to its current location at the Fort Pierce, Florida, campus in 1999.The school has continued to grow and evolve. In 2009 Aviator became a college and expanded into the current 77,500 sq. ft. campus.
Since 1982, when the first students signed up for training, students at Aviator College have earned more than 20,000 FAA Licenses. From the beginning, Aviator has been committed to excellence in education. The majority of our graduate pilots are flying professionally in the U.S. and around the world.
Since its inception more than 25,000 FAA licenses have been earned by students at Aviator College. A majority of the College’s graduate pilots are flying professionally in the United States and internationally. The College’s fleet has increased to more than 50 aircraft, flying
more than 35,000 hours yearly. There have been considerable changes since the first years of the College. The one constant that remains is that the College is steadfast in its mission to develop leaders in commercial aviation. The College is committed to its students’ success and will take no shortcuts to that objective.
I did PPL from a place where it took me 6 months and 70 hours of training.
I took a leap of faith and joined Aviator College and got done with Multi private+Instrument rating+Time building+CPL in little less than 3 months and over 130 hours on a multi engine.
I could book aircraft for 48 hours ,used to fly 8 hours a day in my time building stage and flew twice a day with instructor to get Instrument rating quickly.
Relaxed but professional environment.
I can keep on writing all kind of positive things about Aviator college! But I think this should be enough for this page!
Belal Ahmed Alam
I have attached a picture of me with Skywest airlines. I currently fly the E-175 for them.
Again thank you so much for everything.
Jean Paul Lacruz