HELICOPTER FLIGHT SCHOOLS | Tennessee
Upper Limit Aviation (ULA) offers top Helicopter Flight Schools to prospective helicopter pilots from the State of Tennessee willing to make the move to a neighboring state in order to further their career. ULA is one of the leading schools for helicopter flight training in the nation. If you are from the State of Tennessee and your dream is to become a helicopter pilot, ULA is your flight school.
ULA has three helicopter flight schools. The first is located in Class Bravo (B) airspace at the Salt Lake International airport, and the second is located in Memphis, and Cedar City Regional Airport in southern Utah. If you are from the State of Tennessee and your ambition is to become a helicopter pilot, ULA is your flight school.
We are a nationally accredited helicopter flight training school, and that means have met or exceeded the rigorous demands and high standards of colleges and universities.
As a prospective student from Tennessee, this means you can be confident that will enroll into a professionally organized and academically competent organization.
Helicopter Flight Training Courses | Serving Students from Tennessee
ULA, providing courses in:
- Private Helicopter Pilot
- Instrument Rating
- Commercial Helicopter Pilot
- Certified Flight Instructor
- Certified Flight Instructor Instrument
Additional courses are offered in:
- Turbine Transition
- External Load
- Mountain Flying
- Robinson R22 Transition
- Robinson R44 Transition
- SFAR 73 Transition
While providing outstanding advanced curricula, ULA students are equipped to learn advanced courses and techniques. Our courses provide the skill sets required for students from Tennessee to succeed in a highly competitive job market. By providing a safe and dynamic learning environment, our students gain the understanding that their success is our success.
Helicopter Flight Training Schools for Prospective Pilots from Tennessee
ULA offers courses that could lead to an exciting career flying helicopters for a living. In addition, through our partnership with Southern Utah University (SUU) we are able to offer college programs for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft (fixed wing training offered through Memphis and SUU). Call us to find out more about using your Post 9/11 Gi Bill® benefits through our partnership with SUU.
Developing Your Professional Helicopter Pilot Career
You may have dreamed your whole life about flying helicopters as a career. There are very few more exciting, challenging, or interesting jobs compared to helicopter aviation. But because it is a very desirable job, there are many people who aspire to fly helicopters as their life's work. Essentially, helicopter flying is a competitive job market. The school you choose for training matters.
We are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to operate under Part 141 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. This tells you that ULA satisfies the FAA's flight standards in areas such as safety, quality of training and aircraft maintenance. Call Upper Limit Aviation today and speak with our Student Service Team (855-HELIEDU).
Air Force Bases in Tennessee
Arnold AFB - Tullahoma, Tennessee: The Arnold AFB Tennessee, named after the Air Force father Henry Arnold, is currently the largest, most advanced and professional flight simulation center in the world.
Navy Bases in Tennessee
NSA Mid-South - Millington, Tennessee: Naval Support Activity Mid-South is among the US military bases with the highest number of units hosted on site. It is located in Millington and hosts around 7500 inhabitants.
Facts about Tennessee: Tennessee won its nickname as The Volunteer State during the War of 1812 when volunteer soldiers from Tennessee displayed marked valor in the Battle of New Orleans. There were more National Guard soldiers deployed from the state for the Gulf War effort than any other state. The only person in American history to be both an Admiral in the Navy and a General in the Army was Samuel Powhatan Carter who was born in Elizabethton. Oak Ridge was instrumental in the development of the atomic bomb. Today, because of constant energy research, it is known as the Energy Capital of the World.
Cities in TN: Memphis, Nashville-Davidson, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Murfreesboro, Jackson, Johnson City, Kingsport, Franklin, Hendersonville, Bartlett, Germantown, Cleveland, Columbia, Collierville, Oak Ridge, Smyrna, Morristown, Bristol, Cookeville, Brentwood, Gallatin, Maryville, East Ridge