US Aviation Group came under current ownership in 2006 and has grown from a hand full of Piper Warriors and a Seneca to one of the largest flight academies in the country with over 120 aircraft. US Aviation’s growth is a product of professionalism, a commitment to safety, and excellence in training. Professionalism set US Aviation apart from its competitors through good record keeping, significant regulatory compliance, and formal institutional structures. Safety is our top priority always; we equipped our aircraft with ADS-B well before the FAA deadline, go above and beyond FAA maintenance requirements, and have a proven Safety Management System. Our excellence in training has led to Part 141 Self-Examining Authority, given to a few very select schools nationwide, allowing US Aviation to perform End of Course checks for Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, Flight Instructor, and Flight Instructor – Instrument. Self-Examining reduces costs for students and significantly eases the processes of getting end of course checks in the appropriate time for collegiate courses. Since the course End-of-Course flight counts as the check ride, students save not only the examiner fees but also aircraft rental.
- Self-Examining Authority on Private, Instrument, Commercial, and Flight Instructor
- Only available after 2 years holding a Part 141 Certificate with high pass rate
- Reduced reliance on FAA Designated Pilot Examiners at end of semester
- Reduces costs for students
- Part 141 approved curricula for all courses
- Competitive pricing option for like-new aircraft
- Private, Instrument, Commercial Single Engine, Commercial Multi Engine, Flight Instructor, CFI-Instrument, Multi Engine Instructor
- Collegiate programs in partnership with Tarrant County College, Lone Star College, Southeast Missouri State University, and Dutchess Community College
Aircraft & Simulator
- Cessna 152s: 50
- Cessna 172s: 48
- Piper Seneca I: 19
- Piper Seminole: 3
- BATD Simulator: 7
- AATD Simulator: 3
Approvals & Partnerships
- FAA Part 141
- CAAC (China)
- SSCA (Cambodia)
- EASA in partnership with Pilot Flight Academy in Norway
- Must be able to read, write and speak English.
- Must have completed high school or home country equivalent.