Why Aviation & Flight Training?

The Aviation Technology program is ideal for individuals who have an interest in exciting aviation careers. Students will be trained for employment as pilots with commercial airlines, regional airlines, as well as air charter operations and corporate flight departments. Students who are seeking to earn a pilot's license for personal enjoyment are invited to attend our classes for a professional education. Our courses provide students with a solid background in aerodynamics, airplane system knowledge, navigation, meteorology, Federal Aviation regulations, and the physical and psychological requirements for the safe operation of aircraft in the National Airspace system. For those students who wish to pursue a career in aviation other than that of pilot, our Aviation Management program prepares students for careers in marketing, sales, airline operation or administration.

We are proud to announce the arrival of our two FAA-certified Advanced Aviation Training Devices. These simulators present a realistic flight experience that can reduce the cost of flight training while providing a quality, true-to-life training environment.


Aviation Management, A.S. (378)

This program is ideal for individuals who have an interest in the exciting field of aviation. Students will be trained for careers in aviation marketing, sales, office operation or administration. Courses provide students with a solid background in identifying meteorological conditions, operating a corporate flight department, evaluating flight operations, developing crew management skills, applying safety guidelines, and demonstrating fiscal and administrative responsibilities.

An FAA third class medical certificate is required for enrollment in this program. 

Aviation Technology, A.S. (382.2)

Students enrolled in this program will soar to new heights as they train for a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) commercial pilot single/multiengine land license with an instrument rating. Program graduates will be able to demonstrate flight competency and exceed FAA minimum requirements of pilot proficiency in the required aircraft.

An FAA second class medical certificate is required. Flight instruction is through a CCAC-approved, FAA- and Veterans Administration-certified FAR 141 fixed base operator. All flight-training fees are in addition to CCAC tuition and fees

Students interested in an FAA private pilot certificate should enroll under the Aviation Technology, A.S. program.

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Flying in the simulator was awesome. It's so realistic that you can actually feel the turbulence and the wind, and you're able to adjust the flight instruments. It's a great way to immerse yourself in the experience without having to worry about making a mistake. Now I'm even more excited to learn to fly, and I know when I get to that point I'll be ready.

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