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FREE OPEN HOUSE: May 4th 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm.
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As we celebrate “Learn to Fly” month, here’s your opportunity to answer the question “WHY FLY?”
You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to get your pilot’s license and the benefits of flying such as…..
– No more waiting in line at the airport
– Fly when you want, where you want, with whom you want
– Fly affordably. No more individual tickets
Space is limited, so CALL 615-366-9192 or email RSVP@nashvilleflighttraining.com to reserve your spot today!
Nashville International Airport (BNA),
801 Hangar Ln, Hangar #7
Nashville, TN 37217
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Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Saturday November 19th
9:00am to 3:00pm
Includes the study guide, 2017 FAR/AIM regulation handbook and testing fee.
Airspace Classification, Operating Requirements and Flight Restrictions
Aviation Weather Sources
Effects of Weather on Small Unmanned Aircraft Performance
Crew Resource Management
Radio Communication Procedures
Determining the Performance of Small Unmanned Aircraft
Physiological Factors Affecting Pilot Performance
Aeronautical Decision-Making and Judgement
Maintenance and Preflight Inspection Procedures
Class will be limited to 30 attendees.
Flying For a Purpose
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NASHVILLE FLIGHT TRAINING NAMED LAUNCH PARTNER SCHOOL FOR EXPRESSJET AIRLINES PREFERRED SCHOOL PROGRAM
Program to offer Nashville Flight Training aviation students’ career opportunities
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – July 22, 2016 – Nashville Flight Training has been named the launch partner school for the ExpressJet Airlines Preferred School Program (PSP). The announcement was made during a signing event today. The program will offer Nashville Flight Training aviation students’ career progression opportunities with ExpressJet Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of SkyWest, Inc. (NASDAQ: SKYW).
“We are honored to be the launch school for the ExpressJet Airlines Preferred School Program,” said Chris Erlanson, Nashville Flight Training president. “This program is a mutually beneficial opportunity, allowing our school to provide a career path for our flight students while helping fill the pilot pipeline for ExpressJet.”
Through the preferred school agreement students completing flight training at a partner school will receive an early interview at ExpressJet. Upon successful completion of the interview, qualifying students will be offered a conditional offer of employment with ExpressJet. He or she would continue to flight instruct as a Certified Flight Instructor for Nashville Flight Training until they meet the required hours to be hired at ExpressJet. ExpressJet is the only regional airline that offers career pathways to United Airlines and JetBlue Airways.
The ExpressJet Airlines Preferred School Program is also a unique way to address the pilot shortage the aviation industry is already experiencing.
For more information on NFT’s aviation program, located at the Nashville International Airport, contact Isaac Shrum, director of marketing and sales – firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ExpressJet Airlines
Headquartered in Atlanta, ExpressJet Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of SkyWest, Inc., is the world’s largest regional airline with 8,000 aviation professionals, an average of 1,200 daily flights and an all-jet fleet of Embraer and Bombardier aircraft. Through capacity purchase agreements, ExpressJet operates as American Eagle, Delta Connection and United Express to serve 200 airports in 42 U.S. states, District of Columbia, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. For more information, visit expressjet.com.
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. Nashville Flight Training has been recognized for its high standard of accomplishment in flight training by the world’s largest aviation association, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA). The flight school has been awarded a spot on the Flight Training Excellence Awards Honor Roll, a title given to an elite list of flight schools from AOPA’s annual flight training poll.
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 July 11 / July 18 / July 25 / August 1 / August 8 / August 15. The student will receive a total of 12 hours of ground school over those 6 classes.
Cost to the student: $379 (a $480 value) Adult students who bring their children (between 12 and 17) can register their child for an additional $249.
Airspace and Sectional
Cross Country Planning
Registration is limited to 30 people and closes one week before the class begins.
More details are available by calling 615-366-9192.
For Immediate Release
Thursday March 31, 2016
NASHVILLE FLIGHT TRAINING ANNOUNCES SUMMER YOUTH AVIATION CAMP
Nationally recognized flight school debuts “Nashville Pilot Camp” program for teens.
Nashville, Tenn – Nashville Flight Training announces Nashville Pilot Camp June 27 through July 1 for teens ages 13 to 18 with an interest in aviation. Attendees will receive FAA-certified flight instruction in a real airplane. Additionally, participants will receive tours of aviation maintenance facilities and other support facilities at the Nashville International Airport.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to train the next generation of pilots here in Nashville,” says Isaac Shrum, Nashville Flight Training’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “The national pilot shortage we are currently experiencing makes this the perfect time to learn to fly, especially for youth with future plans of becoming a professional pilot.”
Specially designed for ages 13 to 18, Nashville Pilot Camp offers the opportunity to find out what it really takes to learn to fly. During this one week summer camp, students will learn through hands-on participation as they gain valuable aviation experience. Participants also will learn disciplines of aviation through science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), while meeting like-minded aviation enthusiasts their own age. For more information or to register, visit www.nashvilleflightraining.com or call 615-366-9192.
ABOUT NASHVILLE FLIGHT TRAINING:
Nashville Flight Training was started in 2010 with its base at Nashville International Airport. Recently recognized nationally with the AOPA 2015 Flight Training Excellence Awards Honor Roll, the flight training facility features state-of-the-art equipment and award-winning instructors capable of taking a student from initial private pilot training to a career in aviation. Since its inception, Nashville Flight Training has offered instruction to hundreds of students. For more information, visit its website at www.NashvilleFlightTraining.
Nashville Flight Training is pleased to announce its newest aircraft acquisition:
N137ER – Socata TB-9 Tampico
Garmin GNS 430
Cruise Speed of 110 kts
480 nm range
Useful load of more than 700 lbs
With it’s unique European design, the 160-HP Socata TB9 Tampico is an airplane that will bring a whole new luxurious experience to flight – sleek design, composite canopy, flush-mounted windows, aerodynamic perfection and enlarged baggage door. Many have referred to this aircraft as a “Delorean” with it’s futuristic look.
Few GA aircraft may be described as “comfortable”, but that’s the word that comes up most often when talking about the TB9. This aircraft offers high performance thanks to the aerodynamic upgrades and a Sensenich propeller. The Tampico GT’s landing gear offers an unparalleled durability that makes even bad landings look good. It’s high wing loading yields excellent response even in turbulence and offers the solid, stable ride of heavier aircraft. The center console is easy to reach and controls are especially practical, making this airplane a joy to fly. Once you take a flight, you’ll discover this a very good cross-country airplane and you won’t want to get out.
Call Nashville Flight Training today and schedule your checkout !