By Kyle Garrett
If you’re considering learning to fly, but you don’t live in an area conducive to good flight training, you might consider traveling for your training. Traveling to another area for flight training may sound costly, but it may be just the ticket to help you not only build the right skills and knowledge efficiently, but also provide a job to help fund your training.
In our new article Texas Flight Training: Eighty Reasons to Attend Flight Training in Texas we run down several important factors that make Texas an attractive locale for learning to fly. The following is just a sample of the article, be sure to click through to read the whole thing:
The sheer size of Texas contributes to its varied geography, which includes desert, flat grasslands, forests, and a significant amount of coastline. Such a diverse geography provides a great number of learning opportunities that don’t often come up in other states. You could spend a week learning principles of over-water flight and follow it up by learning mountain flying without ever leaving the state…read more >>