LeTourneau University

LeTourneau University, South Mobberly Avenue, Longview, TX, USA

Offers pilot training degree program where graduates are eligible for Restricted Airline Transport Pilot Certificate


Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine

International Students


Aircraft fleet

Cessna C172 Skyhawks, American Champion Citabrias, and Piper PA44 Seminoles


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Entry Requirements

At least 17 years old, High School Graduate, Pass Medical Examination

The College of Aviation and Aeronautical Science of the LeTourneau University offers pilot training degree program which prepares you to work in the multi-crew flight deck of complex transport category aircraft, with specialized courses specifically designed for the aviation professional.

The flight school is located at Paul and Betty Abbott Aviation Center, East Texas Regional Airport (KGGG), Texas, USA.

Pilot Training Courses offered by LeTourneau University:
  • B.S. Professional Flight
Why should you pick LeTourneau University for your Pilot Training:

The degree program will earn you certifications, namely: Private Pilot Certificate, Commercial Pilot Certificate, Instrument ratings, Single engine, and Multi engine. You will also have two commercial options, Maintenance or Military Concentration.

Completion of the degree gives you approximately 180 flight hours in Cessna C172 Skyhawks, American Champion Citabrias, and Piper PA44 Seminoles.

The flight school also offers airline partnership programs. Moreover, graduates are also eligible to the Restricted Airline Transport Pilot (R-ATP).

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