If you’re considering traveling to complete your flight training, consider Florida. Whatever your reason, maybe your home isn’t located in an area that is conducive to training or you don’t live near a flight school, relocating to Florida for flight training can save you money and time.
Why learn to fly in Florida? In the second of a series of articles, we look at Florida flight training. Florida is home to more than 150 flight schools and more than 100 airports. It would seem that the same weather that draws vacationers is perfect weather for flying and learning to fly. Florida offers pilots on average more than 350 clear days of flying in a year.
On top of weather, Florida’s tourist attractions and scenic beaches improve down time and provide something for family to do while you train. From Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando to the miles of coastline, Florida has something for everyone. Whether you’re seeking something to do on a day off or something to occupy your family while you’re flying, Florida has something to offer. If you’re looking for a fitting reward for all the hard work you put in during flight training, you could stop by Piper in Vero Beach and buy a new Archer to fly home.
Interested in learning about flight training in Florida? Find out more in Florida Flight Training – Top Five Reasons the Sunshine State is Home to Over 150 Flight Schools.