In less than a decade, US Aviation has become a worldwide leader in airline cadet training...
DENTON, Texas (PRWEB) January 30, 2018
US Aviation Academy began training Class 1 in 2009 and today welcomes Class 100 from China Southern Airlines. In less than a decade, US Aviation has become a worldwide leader in airline cadet training through a dedication to quality flight training “On time, on budget.” The first classes were taught in a small hangar with folding tables and chairs, sharing space with maintenance. Now US Aviation has over 20,000 square feet of classroom space and over 40,000 square feet of dedicated maintenance space. Thousands of our graduates have advanced to become captains and first officers at their respective airlines, transporting people and goods globally. It’s not uncommon for our executives traveling on domestic or international airlines to discover the Captain or First Officer is a US Aviation alumnus.
Looking forward to 2018, US Aviation will train approximately 500 students across three campuses in North Texas; Denton Enterprise Airport, North Texas Regional Airport, and Alliance Airport. Utilizing a one-hundred-strong fleet of training aircraft, the company expects to fly over 90,000 hours in 2018. We thank our partners, airlines, and our employees for their years of teamwork and service. Together, US Aviation will grow and continue as the world’s premier flight training provider.
US Aviation Group LLC provides world-class flight training services at Denton Enterprise Airport (KDTO), North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI), and in partnership with Tarrant County College at Alliance Airport (KAFW). US Aviation Academy offers FAA and CAAC Part 141 training including Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial, and Certified Flight Instructor. US Aviation has a fleet of over 100 aircraft and simulators, making it one of the largest flight training academies in the United States. US Jet Center, a subsidiary, also provide premier FBO services at KDTO with over 100,000 square feet of corporate hangar space under management.
For more information, please contact Scott Sykes at 940-297-6418 or SSykes(at)usaviation(dot)aero.