Student Pilots from Flint, MI Learn to Fly Airplanes at Top Flight Schools
Do you live in Flint, MI and want to learn to fly an airplane? Have you dreamed of flying an airplane since you were a child? Are you committed to earning a commercial pilot's license? Perhaps your desire is to become a commercial pilot and fly airplanes for a career. Upper Limit Aviation has two flight schools. We are located in Cedar City, UT, and Memphis, TN. Call and speak to our Student Service Team and find out how you can enroll in our outstanding airplane flight school and then return to Flint, MI area to fly as a commercial pilot.
Please note: in order to enroll in ULA fixed wing airplane flight training you will have to relocate to one of our locations. If you are interested in becoming a commercial airplane pilot, call us at 855-435-4338. If you are looking for a recreational private pilot license only, we can help you find a flight school nearest you.
When you speak with an Upper Limit Student Service Team member, please know that we are here to advocate for you. We are the experts about flight schools, and it's our goal to give you all the information you need regarding becoming a commercial pilot. We want only to help you make an educated decision. If you want to learn how to fly airplanes commercially, we can help you get started today.
Do You Want to Earn a College Degree while Completing Flight Training?
Upper Limit Aviation provides student pilots an opportunity to attend flight school while earning either an Associate and Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis in flight training (fixed wing aircraft). Upper Limit Aviation is partnered with Southern Utah University (SUU). For more information about our partnership with SUU, click here.
There is so much to learn about flying airplanes, especially if this is your career path. The truth is that it takes time and total commitment. However, the best approach to learning to fly is to have a great flight instructor. Your flight instructor and flight school will make all the difference in the world. When competing for jobs after your training, the best employers in Flint, MI will want to know about your training. Who was your flight instructor? What school did you get your certificates from? How many hours have you earned, and what advanced training have you received? Did you earn a degree? All of these elements of "learning to fly" matter if you are a career pilot.
Our recommendation is that you take a serious look at Upper Limit Aviation and SUU. If your dream is to fly airplanes as a career we are the school for you.
Is it your dream to fly in Flint, MI? Learn to Fly Airplanes as a Commercial Pilot
At Upper Limit Aviation, we are the "pilot's advocate". Our goal is to coach you in regard to every aspect of the process of earning your pilot's certification. Our mission is to help student pilots to learn to fly and eventually become commercial pilots, making a good living. Once you complete your training at ULA, you can return to Flint, MI. Hopefully, you will learn to fly through us. If not, let us help you find the perfect flight school near Flint, MI.
In the grand scheme of things, the school you choose is the most important career decision you will ever make. Your decision has major financial implications. You must choose the very best airplane flight school, especially if your ultimate goal is to become a commercial pilot. Learning to fly in Flint, MI can cost you a lot of money, so you must make the right decision right out of the gate.
Our goal is to coach you through all the most important elements of learning to fly. For example, it is extremely important that you know the aircraft that is used for training. It is very important that your flight instructor has the right stuff - industry experience. You should know your instructors background and professional career network. There are other important things to know, such as, "how often is the flight instructor available?" The instructors availability will become extremely important as you begin your flight training. If you can't fight the right school in Flint, MI, come learn to fly with ULA.
For coaching, guidance, and assistance in learning to fly call Upper Limit Aviation.
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Post World War Pilot Training: On 1 March 1949, San Marcos was inactivated and the school moved to James Connally AFB, Waco, Texas. Pilots trained in the R-5 and R-6 helicopters went on to serve almost exclusively in the Air Rescue Service. In August 1948 the H-6 helicopter was removed from the training program and students received 44 hours flying in the H-5.
Should You Choose a Part 141 or Part 61 School: There are two parts of FAA Regulations under which helicopter training schools operate: Part 141 and Part 61. Part 141 helicopter training schools have more federal oversight and more requirements for certification. Does that mean that a helicopter training school operating under Part 141 is better than a school operating under Part 61? Maybe. Maybe not.