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Training Directories

  • Association of Aerospace Universities  The AAU is a focus for activities in the higher education sector relating to UK aerospace and supports industry through the provision of world class education, research, and consultancy.
  • Australian International Aviation Training Agency  AIATA provides flight training and maintenence course and enrollment information for International students.  Search flying schools, TAFE colleges, and universities offering aviation programs in Australia.
  • Aviation Flight Schools  A directory of flight schools, aviation schools, and helicopter pilot training.
  • AviationSchoolsOnline.com  A directory of flight schools, helicopter schools, aircraft mechanic schools, and more.  A free service.
  • Aviation Training Directory  A very comprehensive and definitive list of aviation training facilities in the United States, with over 700 listings to date.  Fixed wing, helicopter, simulator, lighter than air, glider, ultra light, etc.
  • The 'Aviator' Web Site  A community of readers and aviators offering directories of flight instructors, flight schools and other companies.  Also a shop/classifieds/wanted section, buy and sell aviation products, information about companies who offer services to aviators.
  • Best Aviation  Find aviation schools of all types worldwide with this very good directory.
  • Best Aviation Schools  A global aviation school database.  This is a good resource for finding flight and pilot training schools, flight attendant schools and cabin crew training, aircraft maintenance schools and mechanic training, aviation colleges and degree programs.
  • BestFlightSchools.net  Committed to providing a high-quality listing of flight schools throughout the world, complete with the information and customer reviews you need to make an informed decision about your aviation education.  Additionally providing the student pilot community with a forum, articles, and blog space to share experiences with others who are learning to fly.
  • cfi-resource.com  A large online US flight school and instructor directory.
  • Choosing Your Flight School  AOPA provides general guidelines to aid anyone interested in learning to fly.
  • Eduguideonline  A guide to online colleges, degrees, and education.
  • Flight School Database  An index with over 1,000 flight schools world wide.
  • Flight School List.com  A large online list of aviation flight schools in the U.S.
  • Flight Schools Australia  A directory of flight training schools in Australia.
  • Flight Schools Directory  Directory of flight schools offering free service that submits your contact information to top flight schools with one form.
  • Helicopter-Training.net  A directory of helicopter schools and information on helicopter flight training and helicopter flight schools.
  • JustFlightSchools.com  A complete directory of flight schools.  Lists flight schools by U.S. State.  Schools can be added and rated online.
  • My Aviation School Database  A website for finding an aviation school or aviation flight school in Canada, USA, or Europe.  Listings for airplane schools, helicopter schools, and ultralight schools across the world.
  • Online Degree University Programs  This site is dedicated to providing a data base for finding online degree schools and programs.
  • Pilot Flight Instruction  A comprehensive flight school and flight training instructor index.  View complete profiles, photos, and video of flight instructors and flight schools.
  • Private 2 ATP  A large online search engine for flight schools and rental aircraft.
  • Type Ratings  Information on type ratings for professional pilots looking for a self-sponsored type rating.  Search by jet or turboprop aircraft model and find training provider name, contact information, website, course details, and other information.

University and Academy Degree Programs

  • Airline Transport Professionals, Inc.  Airline career pilot program.
  • Alabama Aviation Technology Campus  Training for professional airplane and helicopter pilots, aircraft mechanics, and aviation electronics professionals.
  • Angley College  Offering Associate's and Bachelor's degree Business Administration programs with a Concentration in Aviation Management online in as little as 36 months.  Attend classes at the Florida campus and graduate in as few as 14 months.
  • Another Mid-Lifer Story  This 39 year old has decided to make a career change and become an airline pilot.  Follow along as he goes through flight training and takes the steps to become a professional pilot.
  • Arizona State University Department of Aeronautical Management Technology  The Department offers a major in Aeronautical Management Technology leading to a Bachelor of Science degree.  This major includes options in Airway Science Management and Airway Science Flight Management.
  • Australian National Airline College  Preparing overseas flying students for a career as a pilot.  Melbourne, Australia.
  • Aviation Atlanta  Professional pilot course.  Affiliated with Georgia State University.
  • Aviation Professional Education Center  A non-profit corporation providing training in aviation technology.  Offers an Associate in Applied Science Degree, and an FAA/Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) or FCC/Aviation Electrician Technician (AET) license.  Programs focus on large jet transport aircraft and aviation systems.
  • Aviation Technological Academy  An aviation academy with workshops in avionics, powerplant, airframe.  Amman, Jordan.
  • Aviation Training by Directory of Schools  Obtain training as an aviation mechanic.  Other online degree programs available.
  • AviationUniversity.com  Utah Valley State College offers on-line 2-year associate's and 4-year bachelor's degree programs in Aviation Science.
  • Baylor Institute for Air Science  BIAS seeks to foster stewardship of the environment through research, public service, and the education of a new generation of scientist-pilots dedicated to environmental research.
  • Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA  The mission of the Aerospace Engineering Department is to educate students for professional aerospace careers of technical responsibility and leadership in a multidisciplinary, system-based environment.
  • Canadore College  Aviation programs in avionics, aircraft maintenance and structural repair.  Located in North Bay, Ontario.
  • Central Oregon Community College  The "Aviation - Professional Pilot Airplane Program" at COCC earns you an Associate of Applied Science degree, and also the FAA ratings required to become a professional pilot.  Specifically, you earn the private pilot certificate, Instrument rating, commercial pilot certificate, multi-engine rating, and the Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) certificate.  Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) certificate and Multi-engine Instructor (MEI) ratings are optional.
  • Cloverpark Technical College  Aviation mechanic A&P training and pilot training thru CFII.  This site lists aviation courses plus all courses the college offers.
  • Cochise College  15-month complete AMT (A&P) professional pilot training program, and 12-month complete avionics technology program.
  • College Search Online Degrees  A free academic resource for students.  Search for courses at multiple colleges and universities and request prospectuses.  Use search keywords line "aviation" and "flying."
  • Comair Aviation Academy Airline-owned academy offering aviation programs.
  • Concordia University  International Aviation MBA Programme.
  • Coastal Pacific Aviation  Aviation education and professional pilot training in British Columbia.  Degree and diploma programs in cooperation with the University College of the Fraser Valley.
  • Cranfield University Aerospace  Created to perform cutting edge research and to develop future leaders for aerospace manufacturing, civil and military aviation, the regulatory bodies, national research laboratories, and academia.
  • CSE Aviation Limited Home of the Oxford Air Training School, a provider of professional pilot training in the United Kingdom.  CSE also operates Oxford Airport, and provides maintenance, spares support and component repair facilities for a wide range of aircraft up to executive jets.
  • Daniel Webster College  Preparing men and women for profesional entry and advanced studies in aviation, engineering, computer science, and other areas.   The FAA approved (Parts 141 and 61) Flight Training Program uses Certified Flight Instructors.   The Air Traffic Mangement major is recognized by the FAA as part of their Collegiate Training Initiative.  An online MBA for aviation professionals is available, and they provide an air traffic control program that runs evenings for the non-traditional student.  In Nashua, New Hampshire.
  • Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell  Offering an FAA Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program in New Mexico.  Complete a degree in two years and graduate with sufficient training to pass FAA A&P certification, which is also offered at the ENMU-Roswell campus.
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University  University aviation degrees.  World headquarters at Daytona Beach, with campuses at Orlando, Florida, Prescott, Arizona, and worldwide through a network of more than 130 campuses and teaching sites in the United States, Europe, Canada, and the Middle East.  They maintain a virtual presence via online learning covering every continent.
  • Flying Colors Pilot Training  Located at Winnipeg International Airport and offering a baccalaureate aviation degree program which combines in-depth aviation education together with professional flight training.  Flying Colors uses Diamond Katana and Beech Travelair aircraft and Canada's first Transport Canada certified Level 3 Flight Training Device.
  • George Washington University Airline Management Graduate Certificate Program  Established in 2000 to serve the needs of the aviation industry and to serve those pursuing management careers in the airline and airport industry.
  • George Washington University Virginia Campus  Aviation Safety and Security Management Certificate Program designed to take a comprehensive approach to integrating safety and security in air transportation.
  • Hallmark Institute of Technology  Accredited Associate degrees in Aviation and Powerplant Technology, as well as Business Office Administration, Computer Network, Systems Technology, Medical Assisting, and Electronics Engineering Technology.  Their purpose is to train students in real life settings that offer hands-on experiences.  Then upon graduating, students are qualified to take the FAA A&P certification exam.  Located in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Imperial College - Department of Aeronautics  Organised into two Divisions, Aerodynamics and AeroStructures.
  • The Institute of Aviation - University of Illinois  Flight and maintenance training programs and research activities in the area of aviation-related Human Factors.
  • John D. Odegard School Of Aerospace Sciences  At the University of North Dakota.  Air traffic control, flight operations, flight training.
  • Lane Community College Flight Technology  Accredited pilot training plus a college degree.  Begin receiving college credit while still in high school.  Continue with a Bachelors degree coordinated through Oregon State University.
  • LeTourneau University  The School of Aeronautical Science offers collegiate level flight and maintenance training programs.
  • Lewis University  The Department of Aviation offers programs in Aviation Administration, Aviation Flight, Aviation Maintenance, Aviation Security (B.S.), and Aviation and Transportation (M.S.).
  • Loughborough University - Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering 
  • Merit Education  An online career education and degree portal with training programs for aspiring professionals.  Includes aviation, trades, vocational, and degree programs.
  • Mesa Pilot Development  Mesa Air Group and San Juan College offer professional pilot training through the Aviation Degree Program.
  • Middle Tennessee State University  The Department of Aerospace offers aerospace technology, flight dispatch and scheduling, professional pilot, aviation maintenance, and aerospace administration.
  • Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology  Programs in aviation maintenance, power technology, and transport dispatch.
  • MTSU Aerospace Department  Middle Tennessee State University offers a B.S. in Aerospace, with concentrations in: Professional Pilot, Flight Dispatch, Administration, Maintenance Management, and Technology.  There is also a non-degree ATC program that is offered to any major at the college.
  • The MIT International Center for Air Transportation Laboratories, research studies, publications.
  • National Aviation University  Formerly named the Kiev International University of Civil Aviation, this Ukraine University offers aviation and space technology programs.
  • Ohio University Department of Aviation  Offering a number of degree programs: You can work to become a licensed pilot, start a career in aviation management, or learn about human factors.
  • Pathfinder Aeronautical Institute  Primary and advanced flight and ground training in Cessna 172 and Mooney M20C aircraft.  Associates and Bachelors Degree programs are also available.  Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
  • Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics  PIA offers programs in Aviation Maintenance Technology, Aviation Electronics Technology, and Aviation Maintenance Technician.  In the
  • Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) program, you’ll learn how to inspect, troubleshoot, maintain and repair the aircraft’s engines, structure and onboard systems.  Hands-on training for inspecting, maintaining and repairing aircraft systems.
  • Purdue University - Department of Aviation Technology  A part of the School of Technology at Purdue University, the Department provides four year B.S. degrees in Professional Flight, Aviation Administration, and Aeronautical Technology.  Also avaliable are dual degrees in Engineering and Aviation Technology, a Masters degree in Technology, and a PhD related to aviation.
  • Romanian Aviation Academy  A flight training organization for airplane and helicopter pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers, flight dispathcers, etc.
  • Queens University, Belfast - School of Aeronautical Engineering 
  • Queensland Aerospace College - Australia  Offering a range of training programs aimed primarily at the aviation industry and its professionals, including Engineering, Flight Crew, and Management.
  • Sierra Academy of Aeronautics  Training for airline pilots, helicopter pilots, aircraft mechanics, aircraft dispatchers.
  • Sinclair Community College  Comprehensive aviation technology programs.  Students gain hands-on experience through the school co-op program while earning college credit for practical work experience.  The Aviation Technology department has a unique partnership with the Delta Connection Academy that provides training for professional airline pilots at the Dayton International Airport.
  • Singapore Aviation Academy  Air traffic services and airport emergency services courses.  A division of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
  • South Seattle Community College  Offering Aviation Maintenance Technology and Aeronautical Technology programs.
  • Southern Illinois University Department of Aviation Management and Flight  SIUC aviation programs, such as aviation flight, aviation maintenance technology, and aviation electronics instruction at the Southern Illinois Airport.
  • Spartan School of Aeronautics  Industry current training with Diploma and Associate Degree programs in aviation maintenance, avionics and instruments, nondestructive testing, communication electronics, and professional piloting.  Also a Bachelor of Science program in aviation management.  Located in Tulsa Oklahoma.
  • Sydney Flight Training Centre Australia  An international flying College specialising in airline pilot training, located at Bankstown Airport NSW, Australia.  Offering Certificates III/IV and Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Aviation.  Bachelor of Aviation Management degree course also available.
  • The Technology Transfer Program at ITS Berkeley A unit of the Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California at Berkeley.  Its mission is to support the development and implementation of state of the art transportation systems by facilitating exchanges of information between research and practice and by providing a program of professional training, conferences, workshops, and technical assistance in the areas of transportation planning and policy, environmental issues, traffic engineering and signalization, project development and management, infrastructure design and maintenance, traffic safety and aviation.
  • University of Bristol [UK]  The Department of Aerospace Engineering offers degree programs in Aeronautical Engineering and Avionic Systems.
  • University of Dubuque  Professional university flight program.
  • University of Glasgow - Department of Aerospace Engineering 
  • University of Nebraska Aviation Institute  The Aviation Institute maintains preeminent standing in collegiate aviation through the provision of superior education, research and service initiatives.  Graduate and undergraduate programs.  Omaha, Nebraska.
  • University of New Brunswick  Offering a three-year degree program in Bachelor of Business Administration with Concentration in Aviation and Operations Management.  This accelerated three-year program integrates commercial flight training with essential business and management skills development, equipping pilots of the future with the skills they require.
  • The University of Tennessee, College of Business Administration  Offering an Aerospace MBA.
  • The University of Tennessee Space Institute  A graduate education and research institution with an Aviation Systems program designed students with a bachelor's degree in engineering or science who wish to study under a "systems philosophy" toward careers in research and development or administration in areas pertinent to aviation.
  • UND Aerospace at the University of North Dakota  Offers pilot, air traffic control, airport management, and airline pre-qualification training.  Additionally, UND Aerospace offers web-based aviation information management and training management software systems for flight schools and flight training centers, as well as custom software development.  This site also has many aviation related resources and aviation-specific podcasts.
  • Uproar One's Aviation Page  A good listing of aviation colleges, universities, and flight schools at this site, which also features R/C and full scale aviation links, model aviation, flight sim, sailplanes, homebuilts.
  • U.S. Air Force ROTC  A college program offered at over 1000 colleges and universities across the U.S. that prepares you to become an Air Force officer.
  • US College Search  Offers information and links to aviation colleges and schools throughout the US.
  • USAF School of Aerospace Medicine  The center for aeromedical education, training, and consultation in direct support of USAF, DoD, and international aerospace operations.
  • UVSCAviation.com  The Utah Valley State College online learning site for Aviation Science.
  • Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology  A private, four-year college offering degrees in engineering technology, management, and aviation - including aircraft operations (flight) degree programs leading to the FAA written pilot exam or a Certified Flight Instructor/Single Engine rating, ATC, and aviation maintenance.  Located in Flushing NY but offering distance learning.
  • Vincennes University Aviation Technology Center  The Vincennes [Indiana] University Aviation Maintenance Department offers a 2yr A.S. or A.A.S. degree accompanied with an airframe and powerplant rating.
  • Westwood College of Aviation Technology  Airframe and powerplant technician programs at 3 U.S. campuses.
  • Wright State University - Aerospace Medicine Program  A civilian program training physicians in the field of aerospace medicine.

Training Resources

  • Aviation Downunder  This website is full of information about learning to fly in Australia: articles, forum, links, news, gallery, and more.
  • Aviation & Flight Training News  This UK site offers flight training resources for all types of pilots.  Find help on learning to fly, where to go next, career flying, news, jobs, and more.
  • Cage Consulting, Inc.  Worldwide pilot interview preparation consultants and publishers of pilot career guides and study tools.  Bi-monthly Pilot Career Q&A column.
  • Flight Information Technology  An online community where aviation alumni professionals from all schools, colleges, universities, and flight training centers can connect with one another to share information about who, what, and where they are, have been, or are going to.  This site is an independently owned entity that is not supported by or controlled by any aviation university or airline.  Anyone interested in aviation is welcome to join.
  • FlightLevel240  A student's perspective on flight training: the decision to start flying and what flight training is like from the view of a current student.
  • Flight Training Information  This site has a great deal of free information and resources for those desiring to pursue a course in flight training to become a pilot or to obtain an advanced pilot rating.  The author of this site is an industry expert and the director of a U.S. flight school, but he does not disclose his school at the website in order to maintain the integrity of the site and the information it contains.
  • Jet Careers.com  How to become an airline pilot: college degrees, choosing a flight school, civilian and military careers, European airline standards, corporate aviation.
  • Pilot Outlook.com  This resource for aviators provides information on pilot training, flying clubs, and airports.  Find flying schools and instructors, browse through aircraft by manufacturer and model, look through over 22,000 United States airports, learn about different pilot licenses and their costs, browse a large directory of U.S. flying clubs.
  • Start Flying  Information on how to get started flying fixed wing, rotary, gliders, microlights, hang gliders, paragliders, and balloons.
  • Student Pilot Network  How to become a pilot, choose a flight school, win a scholarship.
  • Student Flying Club  This site promotes aviation interest to new students, as well as already licensed pilots.  It contains useful information in the form of pilot journals, aviation articles, air terms glossary, and flight planning tools including an online E6-B flight calculator.

Other Training Sites

  • AeroFile  A listing and a network of aviation musems, educational institutions, research facilities, and government and military organizations that lend themselves to the advancement of aviation education and the aerospace profession.
  • Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science Technology and Research (ALLSTAR)  Sections on the history of aeronautics, principles of flight, and careers in aeronautics.
  • Aerotech News and Review  Education links by state, also aviation and space news, and other aviation links.
  • Ananda Aeronautical Academy  The mission of A.A.A. is to produce quality aeronautical engineers and experts by providing opportunities for school children of all ages.  They hope to facilitate children, not only in Ananda College, but also in other schools, with opportunities to learn and get the expertise in this field.  Located in Ananda College, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • AviaEd  Develops, communicates, and updates your routine regulatory programs and procedures.  Instructors motivate, inform, and challenge employees in classroom training settings.  Tailored workshops, multimedia presentations, and supplementary written materials.
  • Aviation CRM.com  Provides CRM and Human Factors training designed specifically for corporate and business aviation flight departments.
  • Aviation Learning Center Resources for general aviation pilots, flight schools, organizations, and enthusiasts that improve safety.
  • Aviation Scholarship Foundation  An aviation charity dedicated to students from impoverished communities with a mission to fund private pilot training for low income youth.
  • Business Aviation Training  Information and news.
  • The Department of Aeronautical Management Technology at Arizona State University East  Training in high-altitude physiology and hypoxia recognition.  An Altitude Chamber, formerly used to train Air Force personnel, has been refurbished and is available for general aviation, commercial, corporate, military, and non-military training.
  • The European Centre for the Aerospace and Aviation Industries  EURESAS provides training programmes and services for the European aerospace industry in areas of management skills, cultural issues, communciation skills, and change facilitation/coaching.
  • Gracie Air Rage Defense  Training for pilots, air marshals, law enforcement officials, and military personnel is offered by Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy.
  • IATA Training  The International Air Transport Association offers a wide-range of courses in Airport, Airline, Cargo, Civil Aviation and Aviation Security.
  • International Academy of Travel  Airline and travel industry training courses.
  • International Services  The consultancy and training arm of the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority.  Specialists in training, air traffic control, air traffic services engineering, operations, regulatory and institutional issues.
  • ISI Training Center  Counter terrorism training courses developed to eliminate sky terrorism.  ISI courses are based on the knowledge accumulated by instructors in the aviation security area.  Train aviation crews to deal with possible threats.
  • MyPilotLicense.com  This aviation website helps you find flight schools, videos, pilot shops, and other things you need to get your pilots license.
  • Nastec International  Offering a state-of-the-art Sky Marshall Training Program.
  • National Aviation and Space Education Alliance  Formed to enhance the work of state aviation and space education councils and related organizations by improving communications among them and by developing mutual support programs.  Site includes links to State aviation education councils.
  • Navtech Seminars & GPS Supply  Technical seminars and advanced GPS education.  A selection of books, software, and equipment for GPS users.
  • Pilottraining.ca  Pilot training information for all Canadian pilot ratings and licences.
  • PlaneMath  A place for students and teachers to learn about math and aeronautics.
  • RBCS  Diploma programs for air cargo, airline management, cabin crew, and other travel industry areas.
  • Reem Aviation Security Consultants  Specializes in Ground Security Coordinators (GSC) Training and provides a variety of aviation security services: airline corporate security consulting, background checks, pre-employment verification audits, dedicated GSC's to cover flights at high-risk airports, cargo security training, cargo security audits, domestic profilers training.
  • Simlat Ltd.  A provider of next generation mission-training solutions for the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle/System (UAV/UAS) and the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) industry.  Simlat provides high-end ISR and UAV/UAS mission training systems and simulators and additional professional services and instructors.
  • Spranza Incorporated  Providers of Civil Aviation Security Training and Certification at centers operated in conjunction with the University of Zilina, Slovakia and College of the Bahamas, Nassau.  Services include training, regulatory compliance assistance, speciality security hardware, and air operator AVSEC Compliance.
  • The Street Training Consulting Group  Nationwide training specialists based in Massachusetts who provide on-site classroom instruction for police, fire, EMS providers, Emergency Room personnel and teachers.
  • studentpilot.org  Information and resources for those who wish to gain a private pilot's licence, for pleasure of to become a commercial pilot.
  • T&T Training Solutions Ltd.  A complete career training and recruitment service provider, serving both individuals and organisations and offering training for the travel industry.  London.
  • Tradewings Institute of Management  TIM is an educational institiute in India with courses in travel, tourism, hospitality, and cargo.
  • Training Link Europe  Specialist training providers for those involved with the safe transportation of dangerous goods by air, road, and sea, including operators, shippers and freight agents.  World wide experience teaching dangerous goods courses and consulting in the UK, Europe, Australia, America and The Middle East.  The site has a news section pertaining to UK and Europe.
  • Transportation Development Group Logistics consulting and education, IATA certified Dangerous Goods Training, and IATA/FIATA certified Air Cargo Training.
  • TwinTime Building  In business to help pilots build twin time.  In Chicago.
  • United States Air Force Academy  Information about the Academy.
  • vortac82.com  An Italian page with information about airline pilot training, cabin attendants, flight instructors.
  • Welcome Sky  A non-profit aviation scholarship program administered by the Central California Aviation Association in Fresno, CA. designed to reach out to students ages 16-21 who show an interest in flying.  The program brings together current private pilots, flight schools, donors and interested young men and women in an arrangement that fosters fellowship while helping to build a base of new future pilots that will be aviation enthusiasts for decades to come.

Training Blogs, Podcasts, & Blogs by Student Pilots

  • 29R - Nothing but blue skies...  The journey from a desk job, like a perfect cross between Dilbert and Office Space, to an aviation career.
  • Adventures in flying!  A site about the quest by a young soldier to become a private pilot and to share stories with other pilots.
  • Airline Command  Aimed at the prospective airline Commander or Captain who will shortly begin either an upgrade course from First Officer or will soon be appointed as Captain by their employer.  The basic principles contained here can be used by any Captain, civil or military, of any aircraft.  By a current Airbus (A330 and A340) Training Captain with a major Asian airline involved with Second Officer, First Officer, and Command Training.
  • Ask a CFI  A blog and forum by a flight instructor where you can ask your flight training and aviation questions.  He's there to help student and licensed pilots find information and answers to questions and problems they might have.  There is a lot of interesting and useful information to be found here.
  • Aviation Flight Training / Personal Stories  Flight training stories of a former flight student from first interest in aviation through the flight training process to commercial and instrument rated pilot certification and beyond.
  • Aviation Mentor  A former software engineer, turned flight instructor, turned freight dog, returns to flight instructing and shares tips and techniques on flying, sprinkled with occasional bits of humor.
  • Behind The Yoke  Documenting the progress of getting a Private Pilots Certificate.
  • CFI Care  The blogged ramblings of a fixed wing CFI who fills her time (and wallet) dispatching at a helicopter school and working at a law office.  Most posts are aviation related but not always.  Also a few guest speakers from time to time on non-aviation related topics.  Some adult material.
  • Cleared For The Approach  A new private pilot documents his journey towards getting an instrument rating.
  • Cleared for the Option  Follow the progress of a student pilot who has spent 27 years doing everything EXCEPT getting his pilot's license.He's worked at two different FBO's, racked up countless hours on flight sim, years of reading Flying magazine, taken six different demo flights, and has been an all around aviation nerd for too long.  Now he's pursuing his dream and you can go along for the ride.
  • Drapes in Phoenix  The flight training diary of a guy who decided to pursue his dream and fly.
  • Expect Left Traffic  A 15-year IT veteran finally working on a pilot's license while still trying to find time with his family and fix a motorcycle or two.
  • Falling With Style  A 42 year old Air Force enlisted man finally gets his turn to learn to fly (with kind permission from "She Who Must Be Obeyed!")
  • The Finer Points, An Aviation Community & Podcast  TFP is brought to you by a Certified Flight Instructor.  Weekly podcasts, a forum, and online shopping with aviation gear.
  • FL210.com  This blog follows the journey of two college students with a passion for aviation as they go about getting their PPLs.
  • A Flight Instructor's Journal  About the challenges and rewards of setting a small business to do sim and GPS training.
  • FlightLog  A blog about learning to fly helicopters.
  • Flight Training Blog  Random musings of a flying junky who is a full-time flight instructor specializing in Cirrus and other advanced technology aircraft and avionics.
  • Fly With Blake  This blogger seeks a career change and become a commercial pilot.  The blog was created to share experiences and act as a study aid.
  • Fly to your Dreams  This professional game developer decided to become a pilot when he was twelve, and now, sixteen years later, he's finally making that dream come true.  This blog chronicles his pilot training, and where that takes him in the future.
  • Fly Me Friendly  This blog was created to track the dreams and trials of someone who is surrounded by aviation.
  • Flying with ACE  This podcast was started by Alex, a youngster who is sharing his training experience.
  • Flying Reports  Confessions of a student pilot.  A nicely done blog.
  • Flying Tragic  The tales of a recreational pilot learning to fly.
  • From The Right Seat  This blog explores one woman's journey through life as a flight instructor.
  • The Great Gig In The Sky  The rapid journey from zero flight time to career pilot of 30 something, disenchanted with life on the ground.
  • Learn to fly in Canada  Learn to fly a plane and earn your private pilot license in Canada.
  • Mike's Student Pilot Adventure  The notes and personal experiences of a student pilot.
  • MyFlightBlog.com  Learning to fly one post at a time.
  • My Flying Adventures  The adventures of a flight school owner and student pilot.
  • Pacific Flight Services Blog  The blog of Pacific Flight Services, an international flying school with campuses in Sydney, Australia and Singapore.  Flight training information, stories, advice and resources for international and Australian students.
  • PassionAviator  This certified flight instructor (CFI and CFII) blogs (and podcasts) to share his passion for aviation and help others learn to fly.  He also seeks "to spread aviation news and events to interested people" and to keep himself "on the cutting edge of knowledge regarding the field."
  • The Pilot Guy  An aviation blog with free flying tips, advice, and news from a current Flight Instructor.
  • A Pilots Journey  A blog about the training experiences of a pilot working on his ratings to become a career pilot.
  • Positive / Climb  The personal journal of commercial pilot trainee from the Azores, including aviation-related items and some very good spotting photos by the author.
  • Return to Flight  Aviation stories from a pilot returning to flying after a 7 year hiatus.
  • Sastre Air  The journey from private pilot to professional pilot in California.
  • staticbreeze  This blog follows the journey from ground to sky of a college guy in Hawaii working towards getting his wings.
  • The Student Pilot Flight PodLog  Devoted to flying and learning to fly.  The podcasts take you through the author's journey towards a Private Pilot's License.  Made on a Mac, and you can tell!
  • A Student Pilot's Blog  This blog follows the thoughts and experiences during the training (in a Piper J3 Cub and a Cessna 150) of a private pilot in Paraná, Argentina.
  • Student Pilot Journal  General Aviation pilots (or pilot wannabe's) will enjoy these frequent video podcasts by Greg Summers.  They represent "a podcast journal in the life of a student pilot" and contain lots of good video straight from the cockpit.  You can't get much closer to the action than this!
  • Two Niner Niner Two  A blog by student pilot to record his flight training experience.
  • Who's The Blonde Stranger?  A blog about the author's progress toward obtaining a Private Pilots's Certificate.
  • Winging It  "The rambling journal of a middle-aged student pilot."  This blog gets more comment posts than most.

        

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