Founded in 1994, Airborne has grown to become one of the largest independent providers of flight training in the United States. We are one of the few flight training organizations in the industry that is able to offer both American FAA and European EASA license training at our Florida training centers.
Airborne is held to the highest standards by the FAA and EASA aviation authorities. Our FAA training programs are all conducted under the FAA Part 141 and 61 prescribed training outlines.
Airborne maintains a progressive approach to identifying solutions in order to produce top-notch graduate pilots of the highest caliber. Working closely with airlines and type rating providers, Airborne is able to carefully monitor and respond to their requirements.
With two locations in Florida, we are situated in a climate that is ideal for professional pilot training. Our towered and non-towered airport locations offer a variety of training situations, with a mix of general aviation, charter and corporate traffic. Our students are exposed to a variety of instrument approach procedures and gain extensive radio communication practice, ensuring the finest training available.
Offering training from the basic private pilot through the complete airline transport pilot, we truly are the one-stop-shop for all of your training needs.
Cadet/Warrior (PA28), Arrow (PA28R), Seminole (PA44), Seneca (PA34), 172S/R (analog), 172S/R (G1000)
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