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Tennessee Flight Training opens at Maury County Regional Airport

A new pilot training facility is now open at Maury County Regional Airport. Tennessee Flight Training began operations this month and will host a grand opening and open house to welcome the community and provide information on how to launch a career as a pilot. The grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony with elected officials and members of the business community will take place on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. Those interested in learning more about becoming a pilot or taking a facility tour are welcome at Tennessee Flight Training’s open house on Thursday, Oct. 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. The facility is located at 1200 N. Main Street, Hangar 7, in Mt. Pleasant. Tennessee Flight Training is an expansion of one of the nation’s preeminent flight schools –…
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GoJet Airlines Meet & Greet

Join us for a “meet & greet” with GoJet Airlines on Thursday, June 17, at 12:00 PM. To reserve your spot (including lunch), email rsvp@nashvilleflighttraining.com. Come have lunch with GoJet’s Executive Pilot Recruiters, Captain Tyler Parham and Tamela Hoevel, to learn more about the GoJet team and discuss their unique programs and opportunities!
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Nashville Flight Training welcomes aspiring pilots during national ‘Learn to Fly’ month

In celebration of national “Learn to Fly” month in May, Nashville Flight Training is hosting an open house on Monday, May 17, 2021, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Aspiring pilots will have the opportunity to take a tour, meet experienced pilots and instructors, and learn how to get started in the world of aviation. The flight school is located at Nashville International Airport, 801 Hangar Lane, Hangar #7. More information is available at www.NashvilleFlightTraining.com/learntofly. The event is free and open to the public, first-come, first-served with limited capacity. “With major airlines ramping back up to pre-pandemic hiring levels, pilots are extremely in-demand. It’s the perfect time to launch your career in aviation,” said Chris Erlanson, president of Nashville Flight Training. “In addition, financing options are available, making it easy to…
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Nashville Flight Training launches Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program partnership

Nashville Flight Training has joined with International Aviation Services (IAS) to offer local student pilots a direct, FAA-approved track to the highest certification in the industry: Airline Transport Pilot (ATP). The partnership enables student pilots enrolled at Nashville Flight Training a path to receive expert ground instruction as well as personal training in a Boeing 737 or Airbus A320 or A330 full-motion Level D simulator at IAS’s facility in Miami. It provides a start-to-finish route for student pilots to gain the experience needed to fly with major airlines worldwide. “The timing of this partnership couldn’t have been more appropriate, given the fact that airlines have restarted hiring at a rapid rate,” said Chris Erlanson, president of Nashville Flight Training. “Local pilots who want to go to the major airlines now…
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10 Things About Flying You Won’t Believe

10 Things About Flying You Won’t Believe

Over the years, myths, media, and the movies have brought about many misconceptions about the aviation industry. Truth be told, most of the general public doesn’t realize how safe, efficient and cost effective it is to fly. Here are 10 things about flying you won’t believe: 1 - You can earn your pilot’s license in as little as 40 hours of training. Seriously - did you know that the Federal Aviation Administration requires a minimum of 40 hours training for someone to get their private pilot’s license? There are numerous cases of students acquiring their license within six months. It’s not as complicated as you would think. Now don’t start to panic next time you get on a commercial airplane as airline pilots require considerably more training. 2 - Most…
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Introductory Flight Experience – Holiday Special

Introductory Flight Experience - Holiday Special This holiday season, change your ‘altitude’ with an Introductory Flight Experience from Nashville Flight Training! Climb into the cockpit of a real airplane with a certified instructor and see Nashville from a whole new perspective. It’s the perfect gift for aspiring pilots or anyone who wants an experience they’ll never forget. On sale now at a special price of $149 ($199 value) through Dec. 24. PURCHASE NOW» An Introductory Flight Experience is perfect for anyone who has always wanted to sit at the controls of an airplane but perhaps doesn’t know where to begin. It’s a great way to share the joy of flying, and it’s truly an incredible experience – especially for someone who has everything or wants a life-changing experience. Flights take…
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Missions Day 2021

Missions Day 2021

Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 9 a.m. Flying for a purpose. Bringing hope, help, and a message to the ends of the earth. Join us for our 6th annual Missions Day! Meet representatives from various international mission organizations who will share great opportunities to fly around the world with hope, help, and a message. Don't miss this growing and inspirational event! RSVP: info@nashvilleflighttraining.com
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Missions Day 2020

Saturday, Oct. 24, 9 a.m. Nashville Flight Training 801 Hangar Lane Hangar #7 Nashville, TN Flying for a purpose. Bringing hope, help, and a message to the ends of the earth. Meet representatives from various international mission organizations who will share great opportunities to fly around the world with hope, help, and a message. Don't miss this growing and inspirational event! Due to coronavirus mitigation, space is limited, and face coverings will be required. RSVP: info@nashvilleflighttraining.com
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8 Week Accelerated Ground School: Sept. 14 to Nov. 2, 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, September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26 and November 2. The student will receive a total of 16 hours of ground school over those 8 classes. Cost to the student: $599 ($800 value). Adult students who bring their children (between 12 and 17) can register their child…
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