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RJet Day at Nashville Flight Training
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
801 Hangar Ln #7
Nashville, TN 37217

Stop by and chat with Republic Airways pilots and recruiters. Learn more about our industry leading contract, RJet Cadet program and more!

For more information, contact Gracen Stanczykiewicz,

Major Day

Thinking about a career at the major airlines? You will need a compass to guide you there!

Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. for Nashville Flight Training’s first ever “Major Day.”

Come learn from professional pilots who work at major airlines and gather tips and advice on how YOU can start a path towards the majors!

Almost every major airline represented!

POSTPONED–More Difficult Decisions: Choices and Consequences seminar


Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 7 p.m.


As Pilot in Command, you know that the decisions you make always have consequences. Sometimes, they can even mean the difference between life and death. Join the AOPA Air Safety Institute as we examine more “what would you do?” scenarios from our partners at PilotWorkshops in this season’s free seminar!

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Take this opportunity to discuss, compare, and debate the decision options for the flight situations presented in the scenarios. It’s a great way to share aviation safety knowledge with seminar leaders and other attendees.

In this seminar you will:

  • Participate in interactive vignettes based on PilotWorkshops Mastery scenarios
  • Discuss, decide and debate your options with your fellow pilots and ASI’s presenters
  • Understand there is no easy or right answer
  • Increase your decision-making proficiency
  • Earn WINGS credit

Pre-registration is not required, but requested if possible.

Seminar location:
Nashville Flight Training
Nashville International Airport
801 Hangar Lane, Hangar #7
Nashville, TN 37217

Nashville Pilot Camp registration is now open!

Young, aspiring aviators will be taking flight at Nashville Pilot Camp, June 22-26. Registration is now open at, and space is limited.

Nashville Flight Training offers this unique experience, which includes interactive lessons, a tour of the Nashville International Airport control tower, training in a state-of-the-art flight simulator, and – the highlight for every camper – opportunities to take the controls of a real airplane in flight!

Participants learn science, technology, engineering and math concepts while making new friends and gaining valuable experience that could one day lead to a future career in aviation. The camp is geared towards ages 13-18.

“Our 18-year-old took pilot camp. It was amazing! He so enjoyed seeing the tower, the flight simulator and of course, flying!” said Kathryn Reitz, parent of a recent camper. “Wonderful job putting this together. He now has almost 5 hours logged in flight time. Many thanks!”

Every camp participant receives up to two full hours of FAA certified flight instruction in an actual airplane, one hour of flight training in an FAA certified flight simulator, as well as books, maps, and a camp T-shirt.

The camp is operated by Nashville Flight Training, an award-winning pilot-training school based at BNA. The school’s location offers access to the exciting atmosphere of commercial airliners and a variety of general aviation aircraft, allowing students the full scope of experience to fly in any airspace.

Nashville Flight Training was recently recognized as a Distinguished Flight School, a title given to high scoring flight schools from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s annual Flight Training Experience Survey.

8 week Accelerated Ground School – Monday January 6 thru Monday February 24, 2020

Nashville Flight Training has opened registration for their “Accelerated Ground School” for the general public. This course will focus on the oral component of the private pilot check ride and will be useful for students pursuing a private pilot license, those returning to flying, or those seeking a refresher course. All training may be applied toward the FAA requirements for a private pilot certification.

Each class will be one night per week – every Monday night from 6:30-8:30 running from Monday January 6, 13, 20, 27 and February 3, 10, 17, 24. The student will receive a total of 16 hours of ground school over those 8 classes.

Cost to the student: $599 (a $800 value) Adult students who bring their children (between 12 and 17) can register their child for an additional $249.

Topics Covered: Aircraft Systems, Airport Information, Airspace and Sectional, Radio Communications, Weather Analysis, Performance Calculations, Cross Country Planning

Registration is limited to 40 people and closes one week before the class begins.

No Refunds. Confirmation will be emailed to you upon registration. A registration packet will also be emailed to you 5 days before the class begins.



ADM: Three Letters to Save Your Life

Monday, Nov. 4, 2019  |  7 p.m.

Nashville Flight Training
801 Hangar Lane, Hangar #7
Nashville, TN 37217

Aeronautical Decision Making is one of those aviation terms thrown around, but what exactly does it mean? Join Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Professor Kalen Clapper and Nashville Flight Training as we discuss ADM before, during, and after a flight and how using all resources available produces a successful mission. No cost to attend.


Nashville Flight Training recognized as ‘Distinguished Flight School’ by national association

Nashville Flight Training has been recognized for its high standard of accomplishment in flight training by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the world’s largest aviation association.

Based at Nashville International Airport, Nashville Flight Training has been awarded a spot on the 2019 Flight Training Experience Awards as a Distinguished Flight School, a title given to high scoring flight schools from AOPA’s annual Flight Training Experience Survey.

“This is a huge honor for us,” said Chris Erlanson, President of Nashville Flight Training. “We’re so grateful to our students who participated in this survey and pushed us to the top among all the flight schools in the country.

“I want to give credit where credit is due, and that’s with our exceptional team – our amazing instructors, mechanics and office staff – who help ensure our students achieve their aviation goals. At Nashville Flight Training, we’re passionate about safety, building community, and making sure our students always come first. I think this award is a reflection of that,” Erlanson said.

AOPA’s Flight Training Experience Awards were created to highlight the best flight training the industry has to offer. “Creating a genuine bond with a customer is crucial to creating a positive flight training experience,” said Chris Moser, AOPA’s Senior Director of Flight Training Education. “Based on the direct feedback we received in the Survey, there is no doubt that this year’s winners have connected in a powerful way to their customers. Nashville Flight Training is doing it right!”

The 2019 awards were drawn from flight students and pilots who voluntarily reviewed their flight training experience this past summer through an AOPA online customer satisfaction survey.

About Nashville Flight Training
Established in 2010, Nashville Flight Training provides affordable flight instruction from award winning, FAA-certified instructors and offers state-of-the-art equipment. The flight training facility is based at the Nashville International Airport. More information is available at

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