University of Alaska Anchorage

Aviation Technology Complex, Merrill Field Airport, Alaska, USA

Offers Professional Piloting Program that certifies graduates as eligible for Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Accreditations

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Entry Requirements

High School Graduate, Class II Medical Certificate

University of Alaska Anchorage's Aviation Technology Division offers professional piloting programs. Programs are certified by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Part 141 of the Federal Aviation Regulations.

It is located in Merrill Field Airport, Alaska, USA.

Courses offered:
  • Associate of Applied Science in Professional Piloting
  • Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology in Professional Piloting
Why join University of Alaska Anchorage?

The Aviation Technology Division is fully-equipped with flight training airplanes, advanced aircrew training devices (AATD), and a level B flight simulator. This is to enhance the educational experience of the students.

Moreover, students of both programs will have the opportunity to earn certificates and ratings such as Private Pilot License, Instrument rating, Commercial Pilot License, Multi-engine rating, Certified Flight Instructor (optional), Instrument Flight Instructor (Optional), and Multiengine Flight Instructor (Optional).

The FAA has authorized the flight school to certify its professional piloting graduates as eligible for an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with reduced aeronautical experience.

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