Since 1928, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has been providing training to pilots in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Spartan’s flight instructors are highly recognized as some of the best in the industry leading to multiple contracts with the U.S. Government including the United States Air Force and other international airlines partners.
In addition to the pilot training programs, Spartan offers many other programs in Tulsa as well as the Los Angeles area. For more information on the programs below please click here.
Spartan offers training in the following programs at the other campus locations:
- Aviation Maintenance Technology (Airframe & Powerplant)
- Aviation Electronics Technology
- Nondestructive Testing
- Quality Control
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management (Offered in person or online)
ABOUT TULSA’S FLIGHT CAMPUS
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has been providing top notch aviation training in Tulsa, Oklahoma since 1928. From the very beginning Spartan provided current and innovative training programs to keep our graduates relevant in the ever changing job market.
Spartan’s Flight Campus is located at the Richard L Jones Airport (RVS) 123 West Cessna Drive, Tulsa OK 74132. The RL Jones airport is tower-controlled with dual runways.
The campus features a fleet of approximately 40 single and multi-engine airplanes used in our training programs as well as a full-motion Redbird simulator. Flight students can utilize the student resource center and bookstore as well as relax in the Eagle’s Nest activity center. This campus location is also where we conduct some private and international contract training as well as our training services for the United States Air Force.
Typical graduates of our flight program continue on to take the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management program while working as a Certified Flight Instructor. As a result, once completing the bachelor’s program, our flight graduates have obtained over 1200 flight hours and are qualified to obtain their Airline Transport Pilot’s licence with the FAA.