Equipped with over 10 aircraft and 4 flight simulators
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course
Piper Seminole, Cirrus SR20
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
At least 17 years old, High School Graduate, Class II Medical Certificate
The Aviation Technology Center of Vincennes University offers pilot training program where students fly in their first week of class. The flight program is conducted in Eagle Creek Airpark in Northwest Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.Pilot Training Courses offered by Vincennes University:
- Aviation Flight Program
Training is done using Piper Seminole and eight Cirrus SR20 which features Cirrus Airframe Parachute System, designed to protect the occupants in the event of an emergency by lowering the aircraft to the ground after deployment. This provides an additional measure of safety to occupants, which no other certified general aviation manufacturer in world provides as standard equipment.
The Aviation Technology Center is also equipped with Redbird simulators two of which are stationary simulators, and two full motion simulators.
Aviation Flight majors begin their flight training during the first week of class on their way to 45 hours of flight time in their first semester. Over the course of the 2 year program you will fly 250 hours of flight time and earn your Associates Degree.
Students can earn Private Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Certificate, and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI). Students may elect to obtain the Flight Instructor certificate.
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