Aerosim Flight Academy Looks To Increase Enrollment

Aerosim uses the Cirrus SR20 for its primary training aircraft.

Boeing’s crew assessment forecast, released earlier this year, calling for at least one million pilots and maintenance personnel in the next 20 years wasn’t missed by Aerosim Flight Academy. The popular flight school intends to increase enrollment in order to meet the needs highlighted in the forecast. During the recent Cocoa Beach Air Show, which took place on October 30th and 31st and had more than 160,000 attendees, Aerosim set up a booth to showcase the school.

The academy’s booth featured the advanced simulator they use during portions of their flight training syllabus. It was a crowd favorite with a long line and wait times that filling the gap between air show performances, but spectators felt it was well worth the wait. The booth was also home to a contingent of career counselors and executives from Cirrus, who manufactures Aerosim’s primary trainer, and several airlines. Aerosim uses the Cirrus SR-20 for it’s primary training aircraft. A group of Aerosim students and instructors were also present at the booth to answer potential pilots’ questions about their training.

Aerosim Flight Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges and was the first flight school to participate in the FAA’s Aviation Safety Action Program. Aerosim provides the utmost in professional and safe training with the implementation of FAA Industry Training Standards for their flight training operations. The academy also assists graduates with job placement through partnerships with numerous airlines.

Aerosim’s commitment to provide safe, professional training is a testament to their commitment to providing the best pilots to meet current and future industry demands. Additionally, their relationships with airlines and Cirrus are a huge benefit for their students who learn to fly in some of the best aircraft produced today and receive placements at some of the world’s leading airlines.

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Sources: Aerosim Flight Academy Ready to Meet Pilot Shortage
This article was written by Matthew Everett, a private pilot, aviation writer, and frequent contributor to You can follow him on twitter @leaving_tf or find his blog at

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