Aircraft Mechanic Training and Flight Training

Located in the gorgeous foothills of Greenville, South Carolina, USAeroTech and USAeroFlight specialize in training the next generation of aviation professionals.

 

A&P Training  -  Flight Training

Summer Aviation Camp

July 10-15 :: July 24-29, 2016

USAeroFlight is teaming up with Bob Jones University to give students the opportunity of a lifetime: A premier aviation camp in foothills of Greenville, SC (and in the sky!).

 

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Pilot Training Program

USAeroFlight offers professional pilot training from private through commercial. We offer training under FAA Part 141 which allows you to complete your Commercial in as little as 190 hours, saving you both time and money.

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141 Private Pilot Accelerated Ground School

Join our course taught by Cecil Tune, Naval Aviator and Flight Instructor with 30+ years of experience.

1 Year Aircraft Mechanic (A&P) Training Program

Obtain an A&P certificate following our 12-month training program. USAeroTech provides all the training you need to obtain your A&P license in just 12 months through a FAA-approved curriculum.

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A&P School in Greenville SC

Get your A&P Certification in 12 months

Getting certified as an A&P mechanic opens immediately opens dozens of career doors. USAeroTech is a FAR Part 147 certified aircraft mechanic training school that provides all the training you need to obtain a license in just 12 months. Through our FAA-approved curriculum, graduates are well-prepared for the field and most find their first job within weeks of graduating.

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Part 141 Flight School Greenville SC

Top-rated Flight School in Greenville, SC

Get training for all levels of certification from the best. USAeroFlight’s program has been developed and refined over the last 40 years. You can begin receiving lessons for a private license ay any time. If you already have private and instrument licenses, you can go through an accelerated program of Part 141 flight training, and obtain a commercial or license in as little as 190 hours. Other resources provided include ground schools, CATS testing, and general aviation aircraft maintenance. Call (864) 987-9331 today to get started.

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