OKLAHOMA FLIGHT SCHOOL

Learn to fly in just a matter of months! Oklahoma Aviation produces the best pilots through the finest instructors, best training curriculum and newest aircraft in Oklahoma. Your flight training in Oklahoma City will occur with an instructor and by yourself as you develop skills, experience, and confidence. We go the extra mile by eliminating night classes and ground school by providing training materials because the Cessna Web Based Training lets you conveniently control where and when you study.

The training kit includes everything you need to get started, including an aircraft information manual, plotter, logbook, and access to online documentation as well as Cessna’s online training curriculum that provides the best training available in the industry. But you’re not alone! Your ground training at home directly connects to your one to one flight training with your instructor. Tailoring your coursework to meet your needs. The fewer flight hours in training, the lower your cost. Oklahoma Aviation pilots finish in less than 50.5 flight hours as compared to the 79 hour national average at independent schools, saving 30 percent in flight time!

Pilots trained at Oklahoma Aviation get into the air sooner – ask us for references of completed and current student pilots so they can tell you themselves. How to begin? Pick up your training kit and start right away. You’ll next need a medical certificate and we have a list of local aviation medical examiners for the brief exam. Next, purchase renter’s insurance. And let us know when it’s most convenient to fly – weekday or weekend, morning or afternoon, we will accommodate your schedule. Remember that Oklahoma aviation never asks for payment in advance, either in part or in full. With us, you simply pay as you go and remain in total control. Questions? We want to answer them! Call us and talk to a flight instructor. Or stop by and see us, we’d love to meet you!

Private Pilot Certificate Courses

  • Private Pilot Certificate Course

    This course uses a three-stage curriculum designed to systematically educate the applicant on all aspects of aircraft operations under Visual Flight Rules (VFR). This course is the first step on a pathway to becoming a commercially licensed professional pilot or a recreational weekend flyer enjoying the freedom of flight. Prerequisites Students must have at least a current FAA Student Pilot Certificate and current third class medical certificate. Educational Course Objective To provide the applicant with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Private Pilot Certificate, Airplane Single Engine Land, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix B.

  • Instrument Rating Course

    This course uses a four-stage curriculum designed to systematically educate the applicant on all aspects of aircraft operations under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). This course is the second step on a pathway to becoming a commercially licensed professional pilot or a skill upgrade allowing personal or business travel pilots to safely navigate by reference to aircraft instruments under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Prerequisites Students must hold at least a Private Pilot certificate with an airplane category, single engine land class rating and a current third class medical certificate. Educational Course Objective To provide the applicant with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for an Instrument Airplane rating, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix C.

Commercial Pilot Courses

  • Airplane Single-engine Land

    This course uses a three-stage curriculum designed to systematically educate the applicant on all aspects of aircraft operations at the commercial pilot level. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant for the increasingly complex aerial maneuvers required of a commercially licensed professional pilot.
    Prerequisites
    Applicants must have at least a current FAA Private Pilot Certificate, an Instrument Airplane Rating or be enrolled in a course of training leading to an Instrument Airplane Rating, and current third class medical certificate.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the applicant with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for Commercial Pilot Certificate (ASEL), as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix D.

  • Airplane Multi-engine Land

    This course uses a two-stage curriculum designed to systematically educate the applicant on all aspects of aircraft operations at the multi-engine commercial pilot level. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant for the increasingly complex operations required of a commercially licensed multi-engine professional pilot.
    Prerequisites
    Applicants must have an FAA Private Pilot Certificate and an Instrument Airplane Rating.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the applicant with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for Multi-Engine Commercial Certificate, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix D.

  • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate Course

    This course provides a two-stage curriculum designed to train and develop the applicant’s skill level on the concepts of multi-engine operations, systems, engine out operations, and the aerodynamics of multi-engine flight. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant for advanced multi-engine concepts, procedures, and operations.
    Prerequisites
    1. Before completing the flight portion of this course, meet the aeronautical experience requirements for a FAA US Airline transport pilot certificate under part 61 that is appropriate to the aircraft category and class rating for which the course applies; and
    2. Hold at least a FAA US commercial pilot certificate and a FAA US instrument rating; or
    3. Meet the military experience requirements under 14 CFR Part 61.73 of this chapter to qualify for a FAA US commercial pilot certificate and a FAA US instrument rating, if the person is a rated military pilot or former rated military pilot of an Armed Force of the United States; or
    4. Hold either a foreign airline transport pilot license or foreign commercial pilot license and an instrument rating, if the person holds a pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the student with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for an Airline Transport Pilot (Airplane Multi-engine) Certificate, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix E.

Flight Instructor Courses

  • Flight Instructor Certificate Course

    This course provides a two-stage curriculum designed to hone the applicant’s skills in the fundamentals of instruction, both in a classroom and in the aircraft. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant to teach all Private Pilot maneuvers and knowledge requirements as well as the increasingly complex aerial maneuvers required of a commercially licensed professional pilot.
    Prerequisites
    Applicants must have a commercial pilot certificate or an airline transport pilot certificate, and an aircraft category and class rating of single engine land. Applicants must also have an instrument airplane rating.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the student with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Flight Instructor (Airplane Single-engine) Certificate, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix F.

  • Flight Instructor-Instrument Certificate Course

    This course provides a two-stage curriculum designed to hone the applicant’s skills in the instruction of flight by reference only to aircraft instruments and navigational equipment, both in a classroom and in the aircraft. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant to teach all instrument departure, enroute, arrival, and approach procedures.
    Prerequisites
    Applicants must have a commercial pilot certificate or an airline transport pilot certificate, and an aircraft category and class rating of single engine land. In addition, applicants must also have an Instrument Airplane Rating and a flight instructor certificate with an airplane category rating and single engine class rating.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the student with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Flight Instructor (Instrument) Certificate, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix G.

  • Multi-engine Instructor Certificate Course

    This course provides a two-stage curriculum designed to train the applicant on the concepts of multi-engine operations, systems, engine out operations, and the aerodynamics of multi-engine flight. The lesson sequence and content have been designed to prepare the applicant to teach all multi-engine concepts and procedures.
    Prerequisites
    Applicants must have a commercial pilot certificate or an airline transport pilot certificate, with an aircraft category, class, and instrument rating appropriate to the aircraft category and class rating for which the course applies. Applicants must also hold a flight instructor certificate with an airplane category rating and a single engine class rating.
    Educational Course Objective
    To provide the student with the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Flight Instructor (Airplane Multi-engine) Certificate, as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 141, Appendix F.

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