The Top 10 Aviation Colleges And Universities For 2017

10. Aeroism Flight Academy
Aeroism Flight Academy was originally created by Comair Airlines, and was later owned by Delta Connections. As a flight school, the academy was established in 1989 and is considered a leading institution for pilot training.

Recognized for the quality of their graduates, Aeroism Flight Academy has produced first officer candidates for the most successful regional airlines.

The Academy operates a fleet of 73 aircraft and its graduates have become employed in over 30 airlines. The programs provide students with advanced, industry-relevant curriculum and training which prepares them for careers in top airlines as first officers, nationally and internationally.

The programs train students in safety, efficiency, and customer service. Students from around the world enroll at Aeroism Flight Academy because of the quality of their programs. This school is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.

AFA is primarily a flight school offering pilot training, but also offers associate and bachelor’s degree programs through a joint partnership with Jacksonville University, Broward College, and San Jacinto College.

The traditional professional pilot program is a challenging, fast-paced program which can be completed in as little as 24 months. An approved first part 141 flight school, the program includes coursework in advanced systems, part 121 operations, high altitude weather, high speed aerodynamics, advanced aircraft systems and automation, and EFIS and EICAS systems.

Students engage in mission-based training where they are provided with a particular assignment intended to accomplish a specific purpose. The program consists of two phases at 12 months each: the training phase and the flight instructor phase.

The training phase includes training in private and instrument, commercial multi, high altitude, commercial single add-on, and flight instruction.

The program curriculum is VA-approved flight training. The second 12 months require completion of 600-800 hours of flight time, a jet transition course, and a guaranteed job interview.