Pilot Training Lifestyle
With so much to see and do in the USA, even with a Pilot license and the ability to travel at hundreds of kilometers per hour you will simply be overwhelmed with the travel opportunities available to you.
As part of the Commercial Pilot License Course, you will be required to build hours flying solo or with another Pilot within the USA. The course requires over 50 hours of ‘time building’ which equates to a potential 10,000 km of exploration and sightseeing.
Enough to fly around the USA!
Pilot Training USA
With more than
20,000 AIRPORTS the USA has more airports than
any other country in the world making it an aviator’s paradise.
Flying opportunities and travel destinations are endless with more facilities and greater accessibility than any other place on earth.
USA Aviation Shows Most Popular
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is the largest annual gathering of aviation enthusiasts in the world. The show has over 10,000 aircraft in attendance with a little bit of everything represented, including warbirds, home-built aircraft, ultralights and vintage planes.
What To Do While In The USA
While in the USA, explore diverse activities and experiences. Visit iconic tourist hotspots, sporting events, and natural wonders of the world. Engage in outdoor pursuits like skiing or surfing, attend aviation attractions, and embark on a classic road trip. Indulge in the country’s culinary scene, relax on beautiful beaches, and attend festivals. Dive into history at historical sites and museums, and explore the rich music scenes across various cities. The USA offers a vast and varied landscape for a memorable and enriching visit catering to a range of interests.
If you are into sports, you will be spoiled with choice. Travel the country to watch your favorite American sports live. Baseball, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Football, Volleyball, NASCAR, Indy Car, Drag Racing, Golf, Tennis and more. When you fly yourself to New York be sure to visit the famous Madison Square Garden to watch the Rangers or Nicks play live, or head out to Yankee Stadium to watch the New York Yankees. Time your trip right and you might be able to catch the Superbowl.
The USA is widely known as the aviation mecca. With over 20,000 airports, general aviation is a booming industry and culture. Experience aviation history at First Flight Airport in North Carolina where it all began with the Wright Brother’s first powered flight in 1903. What a great entry for your log book! Tick off Oshkosh from your bucket list, the largest airshow in the world or visit many of the other air shows and events that are held regularly around the country. Reno Air Races, Sun n Fun or High Sierra Fly In to name a few.
Dozens of tourist attractions around the country are easily accessible with a Pilot license. In New York you’ll find the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge and Fifth Avenue to name just a few. As a pilot you can see it from a unique perspective. Fly the Hudson River corridor below the tops of the buildings. Washington DC is only a short flight away where you will find some of the best museums in the world, the National Mall, the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. On the West Coast you can visit San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angles, Hollywood, Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Malibu, Beverley Hills and more amusement parks.
The USA is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world, described as a ‘melting pot’ in which different cultures have contributed their own distinct attributes to American culture. This diversity can be found across the country with strong influences in cuisine, music and lifestyle, providing overwhelming travel options for tourists seeking to immerse themselves in different cultures.
Get back to nature during your down time and explore some of the many natural wonders and stunning geographical destinations that can be found in the USA. Numerous National Parks and preservation areas, the Grand Canyon, Florida Everglades, the Great Lakes, Monument Valley, Mississippi River, Great Smokey Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Niagara Falls, Colorado Mountains and ski fields, Death Valley, and long coastlines of endless beaches.
If you love to be outdoors and staying active you’ve come to the right place. With distinct seasons, you can enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational activities year round from summer water sports to snowy winter adventures. Some of the popular activities include Fly Fishing, Ranching, Water Sports, Snowboarding and Skiing, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Surfing and Road Trips.