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Northwestern Michigan College Aviation - Traverse City, Michigan
Northwestern Michigan College offers flight training in a diverse fleet of aircraft for people interested in becoming professional pilots. Besides our professional pilot program, we offer seaplane, multi-engine, tailwheel, and aerobatics training, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems courses. Students can earn FAA ratings and an Associate degree in less than 2 years with excellent options for pursuing a 4-year bachelor's degree. We also offer non-degree flight training programs tailored to your objectives. We are approved to accept Veteran Benefits, including the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
Cavu Flight Academy - Green Bay, Wisconsin
Cavu Flight Academy is the premier flight training school and the largest Cessna Pilot Center in Wisconsin. Located at Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB), Cavu Flight Academy has the state of the art training program to get your career and flying dreams off the ground!
Illinois Aviation Academy - West Chicago, Illinois
At the Illinois Aviation Academy, Inc. your personal and professional flight training goals can be set and met. All types of pilot certifications, advanced education opportunities and pleasure flying are available at IAA. IAA is the only vocationally certified flight school in the entire state of Illinois!
ATP - Indianapolis, Indiana
ATP’s mission is airline pilot employment for dedicated, career-bound students. Fly with ATP and gain access to more aircraft, locations, and job placements than any flight school, academy, or aviation university can offer. ATP is your airline career solution from zero time to airline pilot in just two years – proven by thousands of graduates now flying for regional and major airlines.
Brown Flying School - Terre Haute, Indiana
HERE AT BROWN FLYING SCHOOL WE WOULD LIKE TO PROVIDE TRAINING TO THE COLLEGE STUDENT LOOKING FOR A CAREER IN AVIATION WITHOUT HAVING TO BE COUPLED TO A COLLEGE AVIATION PROGRAM. MANY STUDENTS ARE LEARNING NOW THAT A DEGREE IN AVIATION MANAGEMENT, OR SOME TYPE OF BUSINESS DEGREE MAY BETTER COUPLE TOGETHER, THAN HAVING A PROFESSIONAL PILOT DEGREE. WITH AIRLINES THAT ARE PROJECTED TO HIRE AT A RECORD PACE, PROFESSIONAL PILOT DEGREES ARE NOT AS IMPORTANT AS THEY WERE A DECADE AGO.