Bristol Aviation is proud to be the operating flight school at the Taunton Municipal Airport, which has been in continuous operation since 1919. It is the longest continuously running general aviation airport in the United States. We are continuing a proud tradition of offering quality instruction for tomorrow's aviators.
Bristol Aviation has years of experience training pilots and a staff of professional, FAA-certified flight instructors. Our training facilities provide a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.
Whether your dream is to fly for business and pleasure or you would like a career in aviation, we have a course to fit your time and budget. Contact us today to begin your adventure.
Cessna Pilot Center
Bristol Aviation is pleased to be in an elite group of flight schools who are affiliated with Cessna Corporation. Our flight school was specially selected by the Cessna Corporation to be designated as a Cessna Pilot Training Center. We were chosen because of our professional approach to flight training. From our FAA Certified Flight Instructors to our state-of-the-art training facilities which include computer based instruction programs, flight simulator, and modern well equipped aircraft.
First flight in a small airplane? Under the direction of one of our Certified Flight Instructors, you will take the controls then fly around the local area. This flight will last approximately 30 minutes, and will have time for a question and answer period.
Bristol Aviation is a registered flight school with Be A Pilot program. You owe it to yourself to come to us for your first flight to determine whether you want to start training in the exciting world of aviation.
You may redeem your $99.00 Introductory Flight Certificate at Bristol Aviation for a flight in one of our Cessna 152 training aircraft. In addition, if you choose to have a friend ride with you, we offer flights in a new Cessna 172 for only $20.00 more.
The Introdutory Flight Includes
1. A pre-flight briefing by the instructor who will explain all the parts of the airplanes, a preflight inspection and what will happen during the flight.
2. A flight of approximately 45 minutes during which you will have the opportunity to actually fly the airplane.
3. A short de-briefing session after the flight to answer any questions you may have regarding what you experienced and what flight training is like.
4. Your own pilot logbook endorsed by your instructor