Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology provides training to aspiring pilots in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our aviation flight training program and instruction are comprehensive, giving you the opportunity to learn the topics and skills necessary to be a safe and qualified pilot. Training to become a pilot at Spartan College will give you skills and experience necessary to earn multiple Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) part 141 pilot certifications.*
Typical graduates of our FAA part 141 approved Aviation Flight program may apply to continue on to take the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management program, as well as apply to work as a Certified Flight Instructor.
17 Months (*Airplane Pilot Commercial D.O.T. 196.263-014)
This program is designed to provide the necessary education and entry-level skills that will prepare students for FAA certifications and ratings.
The ground school courses equip students with the academic knowledge to safely and efficiently perform flight duties and also prepare them for their required FAA written examinations. Flight training prepares students for their respective FAA flight tests in accordance with the FAA Airmen Certification Standards.
The general education courses are designed to enhance students’ background and intellectual proficiency. Aviation safety, professionalism, and precision flying are emphasized in all courses.
*While no college can guarantee employment, many FAA141 program graduates begin by applying for positions such as a Certified Flight Instructor while building flight hours to become eligible for ATP certification and regional pilot positions.
*Boeing: Pilot and Technician Outlook, http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/
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Spartan College’s aviation flight training program is located on a tower-controlled airport with dual runways in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
We maintain a fleet of just over 40 aircraft, including Cessna 172’s, and Piper Archers. Piper Seminoles are used for multi-engine pilot training and two flight simulators plus a full-motion advanced aviation training device are used in training as well.
According to the FAA Aerospace Forecast 2019-39, the number of jets in the U.S. mainline carrier fleet is forecast to grow an average of 51 aircraft a year.
The cost of our Aviation Flight program can be found on the second page of our Catalog Supplement.