Helicopter Flight Training at Veracity Aviation
Veracity Aviation offers a whole range of training options to suit any student's needs. We use the Robinson R-22 for primary training and the R-44 for advanced training. The commonality of aircraft allows students to quickly progress through their ratings. Our flight training centers around one-on-one instruction with the emphasis placed on a student's needs and schedule.
We do not require large sums of money up front as most other schools do. We are a FAA Part 141 flight school and offer both 61 and 141 training to fit the individual.
Veracity Aviation offers training for the following FAA Certificates and Ratings:
• Private Pilot Certificate
• Instrument Rating
• Commercial Pilot Certificate
• Private Pilot Add-on
• Commercial Pilot Add-on
• Flight Instructor (CFI)
• Flight Instructor - Instrument (CFII)
Veracity Aviation is located at Huber Airpark (E70) and Georgetown Municipal Airport (KGTU) with two locations to serve the Central Texas Areas. We are equipped and make every effort to fit your needs, help you attain your goals and be more accessible to you than most schools can afford to be.
The Path To Success
The first step to fulfill your dream of flying helicopters is to get your Private Pilot's License (PPL). This is true regardless of if you want to fly as a hobby, for business or as a career. Obtaining your license will allow you to fly friends and family day or night around the United States while acting as Pilot in Command (PIC). Some of the restrictions of a Private Pilot's License are that you may not fly in poor weather or charge for your services, you will need advanced ratings to do those things. The license will, however, introduce you to the world of flying and give you the skills and knowledge to fly safe and have fun while doing it!
VA Approved Programs
Our flight training curriculum is also eligible for Veteran Affairs benefits. Eligible veterans can use their benefits under the Ch. 30 or Ch. 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill. Since we are not affiliated with a college, the VA benefits will only be applied to your ratings beyond the Private Pilot License. This is the VA's way of ensuring benefits are used for non-recreational purposes. Veterans still get a large amount of financial assistance through this program and have a better chance of becoming career pilots.
Contact Us Today For More Information
We're standing by to answer all of your questions about becoming a helicopter pilot and we look forward to flying with you!