Fixed Wing Airplane Private Pilot Program

FIRST:  Flight time will be made to learn how to control the airplane, including basic maneuvers like, approaches, departures, and communications with air traffic control.

 

Next:you will learn skills in all the basic maneuvers. You will learn how to properly plan for cross-country flights, learn the art of reading the weather, night flights and gain proficiency in emergency procedures.



Lastly:You will learn how to navigate, pilot rules and regulations and all rules and regulations required by the FAA for the private pilot practical test.   In order to gain your license, you will need to have passed a written exam, an oral exam and a flight test. 

Fixed Wing Commercial Pilot Program

The commercial program is the next step after achieving your private pilot certificate. This stage of your training will build the skills needed to escalate you to achieve your commercial license. You will also learn more advanced maneuvers found in commercial operations such as, emergency procedures. We offer Instrument, Commercial, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) and Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) and (IFR) training. At United Aviation Academy, you will learn what it takes to gain a career in the airplane industry!

Instrument Flight Rating (IFR)

 The instrument rating course is for private or commercial helicopter pilots who wish to enhance their flying skills and learn more about navigation, weather and the air traffic control system. It will enable the  commercial pilot who wishes to gain a competitive edge in the job market, and meet the employment requirements of corporate, EMS, and offshore operators.An Instrument Rating is an invaluable addition to your Private Pilot Certificate regardless as to whether you intend to progress through to becoming a Professional Pilot or remaining as a Recreational Pilot. The Instrument Rating dramatically improves your flying ability and aeronautical judgement. You will be taught how to fly in fog, clouds and limited visibility. You will also develop the knowledge, skills and judgement required to safely and confidently evaluate adverse weather conditions together with learning to maneuver the airplane by sole reference to it’s instrumentation.