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THE MOST EFFICIENT ROUTE TO BECOMING AN AIRLINE PILOT
At Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, our flight programs are specifically designed for the career-oriented pilot. You’ll benefit from a learning environment made to optimize your flight hours toward the completion of your pilot training program. As a student in our Tulsa, OK pilot training program you can go from zero to “Airline Ready” in as few as 33 months!
WHAT DOES “AIRLINE READY” MEAN?
- Obtain your required certifications during our 17-month Associate degree program
- Work as a Certified Flight Instructor while completing your bachelor’s degree
- Complete the necessary flight hours to obtain your ATP – Spartan graduates are certified to obtain their ATP, with reduced flight hour minimums. *
*Typical graduates of our bachelor’s program who work as Flight Instructors during that program have obtained at least 1200 flight hours.
CERTIFICATES AND RATINGS THAT CAN BE OBTAINED IN OUR PROGRAM ARE:
- Private Pilot Certificate
- Instrument Rating
- Multi-Engine Rating
- Commercial Pilot Certificate
- Certified Flight Instructor Certificate
Spartan’s flight training program and instruction are comprehensive, giving you the opportunity to learn every topic and skill necessary to be a safe and qualified pilot. The instructor’s goal in our pilot training school curriculum is that the education covers all material that is required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Spartan offers FAA part 61 and 141 training allowing students to choose the certificates and ratings to meet their needs.
Tulsa is an excellent city to train to become a pilot. Tulsa’s climate allows for a high number of possible flying days & excellent cross-wind training experience.
Our flight program training is delivered in the classroom, using iPads, pre-loaded with an inflight navigation app, and all the necessary books & lessons.
One of the largest testing centers in the United States. All written testing and FAA check rides may be completed on campus.
We know the main reason most of our students are training with us is to ultimately fly as an Airline Pilot. Our partnerships with multiple airlines enable our students to interview and be eligible for advanced conditional offers of employment while they are still training.