Helicopter Flight Schools | Kentucky
Upper Limit aviation offers Helicopter Flight Schools training. ULA is a Certified FAA Part 141 Flight School, which offers pilot training in Robinson Helicopters. ULA is F.A.A. approved and located in three premier locations including Salt Lake City International Airport, Cedar City Regional Airport in southern Utah and Memphis, TN. If you are from the State of Kentucky, you have interest in achieving the following certifications and are ready to make the move towards your new career, please contact our Student Services Team at 855-HELIEDU.
ULA Helicopter Flight Schools Courses
- Private Helicopter Pilot
- Instrument Rating
- Commercial Helicopter Pilot
- Certified Flight Instructor
- Certified Flight Instructor Instrument
ULA offers professional Helicopter Flight School Courses providing the skills needed to master the art of flying a helicopter. ULA is FAA approved and our courses will take the aspiring pilot from entry level to the most advanced qualification possible.
If you are living in Kentucky and you have interest in becoming a professional helicopter pilot, call our Student Service Team today. ULA is affiliated with both Southern Utah University (SUU).
All ULA academic and in-flight training is certified under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The academic courses offered include an Associate of Science in Aerospace - Rotorcraft, Associate of Applied Science - Rotorcraft, and Certificates of Completion - Rotorcraft.
Approved Part 141 Flight School | Helicopter Flight Training
- Turbine Transition
- External Load
- Mountain Flying
- Robinson R22 Transition
- Robinson R44 Transition
- SFAR 73 Transition
As a Part 141 flight school, ULA offers courses leading to a job flying helicopters. In addition, through our partnerships with Southern Utah University (SUU) we present an outstanding Professional Pilot Program. We are able to offer a college program for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft (fixed wing training offered through Memphis and Cedar City only). For more information about enrollment for students from the State of California please call 855-HELIEDU.
Military Bases in Kentucky | Helicopter Flight Schools
Home to the 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell covers 105,068 acres, and is positioned in two states. It's located in southwestern Kentucky and north central Tennessee and takes in four counties. The Chief mission of Fort Campbell is working to develope the combat expertise of the 101st Airborne Division and the non-divisional troops stationed at the base.
Fort Campbell does not accept advance housing applications and requires soldiers to apply in person, on base. There is an E1 rank requirement to live in Fort Campbell.
As one of the largest Military Bases in the United States it covers 100000 acres, and spreads over 3 different Kentucky counties. It is operated by both the Marine Corps and the US Army.
Fort Knox hosts around 15 units and tenant units. Most of them have more subdivisions. The most important ones are the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, the 16th Cavalry Regiment, the 194th Armored Brigade and the 95th Training Division. The housing system is run by the US Army.
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