Airline Flight School Programs Florida

Our aviation academy, located in sunny Florida, is providing career Airline Flight School Training and fast-track Airline Career Programs from zero or ab Intio experience to either FAA Commercial Pilot Single Engine or FAA Commercial Pilot Multi Engine pilot certification. At our airline flight school, high quality flight training is provided 24/7. Our aviation academy career training is provided either under FAR Part 61 or FAR Part 141. Flight training prices and pilot training fees are based upon FAA minimum requirements for each course. The course from zero to CPL Single Engine or Multi Engine is designed to be completed within 12 months or less, depending on student activity,  aircraft and instructor availabilty, weather conditions and other circumstances. 

We also offer Certified Flight Instructor programs and usually provide a conditional job offer to our applicants that are eligible to work in the U.S. For detailed information or a customized quote, please contact us to speak with one of our Admission Specialists. 

Financing is available for our aviation academy career training courses. The Florida Flyers Flight Academy Airline Flight School Career Program is one of the most competively priced Pilot Career Programs in the U.S. We provide direct entry pathways and job placements with most major Airlines in the U.S..

Start your enrollment today or request more info! We are looking forward to meeting you at Florida Flyers soon.

We have calculated all know fees to obtain the FAA Commercial Single Engine or Multi Engine Pilot Certificate under FAR Part 61 or FAR Part 141. In addition, we have listed all known fees for TSA, fingerprinting, (foreign flight students) FAA practical and theoretical exams.

We do not require a down-payment for the enrollment. However, an initial deposit must be made upon arrival followed by monthly installments.

Our Career Programs are designed to be completed within 12 months. However, aircraft availability due to scheduled or unscheduled aircraft maintenance, number of students enrolled, flight instructor availability and other circumstances, such as weather conditions have to be taken into consideration. The form I-20/M1 Visa will give foreign students a maximum of one year to complete the entire program.

It depends on aircraft and flight instructor availablity. Schedule and unscheduled aircraft maintenance as well as weather conditions may delay some of the scheduled flights.

We do not accept more students as we can train. Thus, our flight instructor to student ratio is about 1:4 to 1:5, one flight instructor per 4-5 flight students.

Chemistry is important. And sometimes transmitter and receiver are not on the same page. In these rare cases, we will certainly make sure you will receive the proper training and to meet your training needs.

We usually provide a conditional job offer to all of our Graduates who are eligible to work in the U.S. (U.S. Citizen, Legal Permanent Residents, U.S. Work Permit). Florida Flyers does not sponsor foreign students to obtain a work permit.

We require a minimum of $1,500 account balance in your flight school account at all times during this program. Since monthly installments are being made, usually the account balance will not drop below this amount. At the end of each day, we charge your account for any flight and/or ground training session. You will receive a detailed transaction receipt at the end of each day and have access to all transactions, flight and training records in our paperless flight school system

Just fill out our application at our Enrollment website.

FAA Pilot Programs
Based upon FAA or approved course *Minimums
Dual Hours Solo Hours Fees in USD
Module 1 - Private Pilot Training
Cessna 152 25 11.5
Cessna 172 Garmin 1000 Option 25 11.5
FAA approved Online Ground School 35
Class Room Ground 10
Course Fees $6,842.50
Module 2 - Instrument Rating
Cessna 172 Garmin 1000 20
AATD 15
FAA approved Online Ground School 35
Class Room Ground 10
Course Fees $9,189
Module 3 - Commercial Pilot Single Engine FAR Par 141.55(d)
Cessna 172 G1000 32 10
AATD 9
Class Room Ground 23
Course Fees $14,265
Module 4 -Multi Engine Add-on
2020 Piper Seminole Garmin 1000 NGX 15
Class Room Ground 5
Course Fees $6,800
Total Price FAA Courses Zero to CPL SE
without Extra Fees
Total Hours Flight 116.50 Total Hours Ground 78 $30,296.50
Total Price FAA Courses Zero to CPL ME
without Extra Fees
Total Hours Flight 133.00 Total Hours Ground 83 $37,069
* Flight- and ground time listed above is based upon FAA approved course minimums and requirements. This does not represent a fixed price or a guaranteed flight training price for the desired pilot certificate and/or rating.

Part 141/61 Training

All of the training listed above is provided under FAR Part 61, except the Instrument Rating Course. Completion times listed are based upon FAA minimum requirements for this course.

Enrollment Fees

At Florida Flyers, we do not expect large payments for enrollment fees. Our business is based on trust, loyalty and fairness. However, initial deposits, followed by monthly installments are required. And for the fixed price program, non-refundable deposit payments are required to reserve the spot.

Student Living

Live with other Flight Students in our Florida Flyers Apartments. Single rooms are being rented for $450 per month. Contact Admission for more information.

Admission

Information about the admission and enrollment process. How to obtain an international Student Visa and Form I-20, information about our Class dates.

Enrollment Checklist Requirements
Age 18 years to begin; 17 years to receive the Certificate
Pilot Certificate Student Pilot Certificate
Medical 3rd Class FAA Medical, EASA Medical with Audiometry, PBN Training IR
Language You must be able to speak, read and understand the English language.
Meet FAA AC60-28.
Non-U.S. Citizen TSA Clearance for Private, Instrument & ME
Foreign Flight Students Student Visa/ Form I-20