Commercial Pilot Training – Non Degree Program

Students who already have a college degree, and are not interested in our college degree program, or would like the flexibility to train at their own pace to become a Commercial airline pilot often choose to learn under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 61. The FAA dictates the topics to be covered, and also regulates the minimum amount of flight hours required for each rating, Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI). However, the Part 61, non degree program is structured to allow our flight instructors to adapt the sequence of lesson content, pace and learning style to address individual students’ needs. Call us so we can set up a training schedule that will help you reach your goals.