Want to become a Professional Commercial Airline Pilot? Or thought about flying for fun and recreation? Well, either way we can help you make your dream a realty.
Established in 2002; American School of Aviation has trained hundreds of pilots. Most are flying for major airlines worldwide. Many are senior pilots and captains with their respective airlines.
Many of our former students are working professionals, like doctors, engineers, dentists etc. We successfully helped them get their Private Pilot Certificate, and also assisted them with buying their first airplane.
So, no matter what your goal is, we can help! Even if you are training at a different flight school or a flying club, contact us and see what we have to offer! Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot, Airline Transport Pilot, in Single Engine and/or Multi Engine Airplanes.
Our instructors are high time, experienced and career flight instructors - and not time builders. Most are ATP holders training others for over 10 years.
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