Learn to Fly

with Accessible Aviation

Who We Are


Accessible Aviation was founded in February of 1999 by a retired USAF pilot who rented and owned piston civilian aircraft during his USAF career.

Our goal is to offer customers higher training standards, updated aircraft, & structured Part 61 programs designed to prepare students for a career in aviation. Dedication to our goals, allow our students to finish their training on time and as close to the FAA minimums as the student's ability and availability allows.

Why choose

ACCESSIBLE AVIATION?

Our goal is to make learning to fly Accessible for YOU! Our instructors have given thousands of hour of flight instruction. They are interested in YOUR progress, not just building time for the airlines. We will make your initial fying experience enjoyable!

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We Love Our Aircraft

Our Aircraft have updated Garmin electronics to provide the best training experience.

  • Single-Engine Aircraft UPDATED C-172s, some with Garmin gns-430 and mvp-50 electronic engine monitor
  • Multiple Piper Senecas with Garmin GNS-430 WAAS and SLAVED HSI's

Trained by the Best

Our Chief & Asst. Chief Instructors are former military instructors who value syllabus-based flight training.

  • Standardized Instruction Syllabus
  • Highly-Experienced Professional Instructors
  • Former Military Instructors

Prepared for Takeoff

Accessible Aviation's Ground School utilizes the Jeppesen Training Program to provide an enhanced learning experience so you are fully prepared for each flight.

  • INTRODUCTION, VIDEO PRESENTATION, INSTRUCTOR DISCUSSION & ASSESSMENT WITH EACH LESSON.

Fully Maintained On-Site

Our planes have a strict maintenance schedule to provide you with more flying time opportunities.

  • Licensed Mechanic on Staff
  • MAINTENANCE BAY LOCATED AT SCHOOLS
  • PART LOCKERS FOR QUICK TURN AROUND

Pilots Wanted

Learn about our Career Training Programs

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If I have my Private Pilot License, what do I need to get my Instrument Rating under Part 61?

You may start training for your Instrument Rating as soon as you get your PPL.

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