Our Phoenix Flight School the Perfect Environment for Flight
350 days/year of beautiful blue skies
Our Phoenix Flight School takes full advantage of the environment for our students. An average high of 87°F, low of 61°F, and an average annual precipitation of .69 inches means flight training is rarely delayed for bad weather—so you can accumulate flight hours safer and faster.
The Phoenix metro area offers an incredibly diverse flying experience, having a mix of controlled (class A-E) and uncontrolled (class G) airspace. That uncontrolled airspace, located a short flight from the campus, offers a great location for pilots to practice and master flight maneuvers without distractions.
That diverse experience is helped by the number of available airports in the area. The AeroGuard Elite program will have pilots engaged with over a dozen different airports in the Phoenix area. This local training gives easy access to a wide variety of instrument approaches (over 150+!) and airport procedures, giving our pilots the real-world experience that sets them apart.
Arizona and the Southwest as a whole, have a variety of weather conditions and destinations making for great cross-country flight training.
Programs Offered In Phoenix
Benefits of Phoenix
Phoenix makes for a great location for our flight training school, and not just because of the perfect flying weather year-round. It is the fifth largest city in the US, and the fastest growing in the country. It’s home to major professional sports teams Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals, and Arizona Coyotes. Any activity you could want you can find in the Valley, from word class hiking to incredible restaurants.
When you’re not flying, Phoenix makes for an amazing home base.