You have arrived at this site because you've always wanted to learn how to fly. Well, now is your chance to learn with the best instructors in the business. We have a pathway from zero time to the airlines. This flight school opened it's doors in August of 2015. We are accepting students for or Private Pilot course right now at an introductory price. Hurry before rates go up.
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The owners and pilots of Atlanta Air Charter founded Atlanta Air Academy in Kennesaw, GA. Our passion for aviation and promoting careers for professional pilots have lead us to form this flight academy to train, mentor, and provide a pathway for providing desperately needed, well-trained pilots for the airline and charter industry. Atlanta Air Charter currently owns and operates a fleet of KingAir 200 aircraft to meet the needs of the growing on-demand private aircraft charter market. Atlanta Air Charter is owned and operated by a tight group of airline and military pilots dedicated to safety and professional pilot standards. We want to mentor the next generation of career-minded pilots and help guide their path to a rewarding and exciting career in aviation. We have a continuous need for qualified pilots in our charter department and will help any deserving candidate reach their goals. If you have any questions about this pilot training program or a pathway to the major airlines, please do not hesitate to contact us. The demand for quality pilots will be ever increasing and your choice to train with us is appreciated.
When a flight school talks about training under Part 61 or being a Part 141 approved school, it is talking about the federal regulations under which it has the authority to train pilots. Both sets of regulations define minimum requirements for pilot training and certification. Any FAA-approved flight instructor, whether associated with a flight school or not, may train a student under Part 61 regulations. Part 141 regulations are related to the structure and approval of flight schools. Training under Part 141 regulations is permitted only by instructors associated with an FAA-approved flight school. In order to become approved, a flight school must meet certain requirements and submit each curriculum it wishes to have approved to the FAA for review. Part 141 approved schools are subject to regular surveillance audits by the FAA and must meet minimum pass rates on the practical exams. Both methods of flight training require the student to meet the same standard of performance in order to obtain a pilot certificate. Under Part 141, the methods differ by providing formalized structure and a reduction of minimum requirements.
For more information, click here for the FAA's website on the subject.
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14 CFR Part 141 Flight School
Private Pilot Course
Basic Ground Instructor Course