28 July 2014

    Helicopter flight Schools | Air Force Academy - El Paso County, CoHelicopter Schools Colorado Air Force Base

    Upper Limit Aviation offers Helicopter Schools to prospective pilots from the Air Force Academy - El Paso County, CO area. If you’ve ever considered flying helicopters for a living, but don’t have the educational requirements to do so yet, Upper Limit Aviation is your educational choice. 

     

    ULA has three premier flight school locations, the first is located in Salt Lake International Air Port, Class Bravo (B). The second is located in Memphis TN.  And the third is located in Cedar  City Regional Airport.  All locations are easily accessable with plenty of housing opportunities in the area for relocations.

     

    Helicopter Schools | Pilots from Air Force Academy Area 

    • Private Helicopter Pilot
    • Instrument Rating
    • Commercial Helicopter Pilot
    • Certified Flight Instructor
    • Certified Flight Instructor Instrument

    Additional Training Courses | Helicopter

    • Turbine Transition
    • External Load
    • Mountain Flying
    • Robinson R22 Transition
    • Robinson R44 Transition
    • SFAR 73 Transition

    As a Part 141 flight school, ULA offers courses .  In addition, through our partnership with Southern Utah University (SUU) we are able to offer the only approved college program for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft (fixed wing training offered through Memphis and SUU), which might be covered by Gi Bill® education benefits

     

    Helicopter Schools | Helicopter Pilots

    As a Part 141 helicopter school, ULA offers courses that lead to a job in the helicopter aviation industry.  In addition, through our partnership with Southern Utah University (SUU) we are able to offer for both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, which is covered by post 9/11 Gi Bill® education benefits.

     

    AIR FORCE ACADEMY - El  Paso County, CO :  
     
    Air Force Academy - For years, even before the Air Force became its own separate branch, many service members insisted that the military needed a special school that would be focused solely on training the future Airmen of the United States. It wasn’t until 1947, when the Air Force began being recognized as its own branch of the military, that the Air Force Academy was even considered. Construction of the United States Air Force Academy was first approved by Congress, then signed into effect by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on April 1, 1954. The first Air Force Academy cadet wing consisted of 1,145 students, all men, who moved to the Air Force Academy’s site slightly north of Colorado Springs, Colorado, from its temporary home at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado, in 1958.
     
    In order to be considered eligible and considered for admission, all students have to be U.S. citizens, must be unmarried with no chidden and muss be 17 but not yet 23 years old.
     
    The Air Force Academy is situated on 18,000 acres just north of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and right alongside the Rocky Mountains. The altitude is slightly more than 7,200 feet. Thousands of tourists visit the Air Force Academy each year to see its impressive library collection that includes over 700,000 books, and the Academy’s chapel that spans 150 feet into the air.
     

    Cities Surrounding Air Force Academy : 

    Gleneagle, Black Forest, Woodmoor, Monument
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