Wallace State Community College

Wallace State Community College, Main St NW, Hanceville, AL, USA

Uses three types of aircraft for pilot training

Courses

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

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet

C-152, C-172s, and Piper 28R Arrow

Accreditations

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Entry Requirements

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

Wallace State Community College was established in 1966. The institution offers a wide range of degree programs to various areas of study, one of which is pilot training for both recreational or professional pilots for airplane and helicopter pilots.

It is located in Hanceville, Alabama, USA.

Courses offered:
  • Aviation / Flight Technology Program
Why join Wallace State Community College?

Training is done using C-152, C-172s, and Piper 28R Arrow aircraft.

Students will have the opportunity to obtain a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification on Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, and Commercial Pilot. They can also get additional certificates for advanced training and ratings.

With the school's partnership with Riddle Aeronautical University, the students also have the option to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Aeronautics upon completion of their Wallace State course work.

Moreover, the flight school is also a recipient of Military Friendly Schools Designation which offers scholarships to members of the military, veterans and their families.

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