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Flight Training

Structured Flight Training That Fits Your Needs

We understand everyone has a different background and skill set. Our instructors meet with you to develop a dedicated plan based on your experience. Accessible Aviation's Programs for Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, and Commercial Pilot tailor the training and time slots necessary to prepare you to reach your Aviation Goals.

Getting to Takeoff

is easier than you think

How to Start

Becoming a pilot is a rewarding accomplishment that allows you to experience the beauty and adventure of flight. There are a few minimum requirements to begin your training.

  • Must be 16 Years Old to Solo
  • Must be 17 Years Old to Obtain License
  • Must be able to read, speak, & understand English
  • Hold at least a Third Class Medical Certificate


Accessible Aviation offers flight training options for both single-engine and multi-engine FAA licenses and ratings. These accelerated and structured courses are designed to help you pass your check ride in the minimum FAA time while developing confidence in your skills that will stay with you throughout your aviation career.


We offer Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, & Commercial Pilot Certificates programs to fit your personal or professional goals in aviation.



Our Multi-Engine Rating Programs upgrade our privileges to your Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate in the shortest time possible.

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Certified Flight Instructor

we do not currently offer the CFI initial but have add on programs

We offer Single-Engine and Multi-Engine

Accessible Aviation does not offer an initial CFI training program. We offer SEL add on and MEL add on to current CFIs. If you are a military pilot who received your CFI through the Mil Comp program we can help you get the MEL or SEL add on as part of your ATP training or as a stand alone program.

Airline Transport Pilot

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The FAA's Highest Certificate

Allow our highly experienced, retired USAF or civilian instructors with hundreds of hours of “Dual Given” to provide you with the quality instruction you need to obtain your Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License.