Aviation Programs

Find an accredited aviation certification training program or degree course near you. Options like aircraft maintenance, commercial and professional non-airline pilot are available depending on your location.

All listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify. Use the search application to find a school.

Aviation salary information:

Starting out as a pilot, you’ll be earning around $20+K annually. As you gain experience and build seniority, your pay increases.

As a commercial pilot, you’ll see an annual median salary of $77K. Once you’ve been a full-fledged commercial pilot for a while, your salary could reach $147K per year.

As an airline pilot, your salary depends on whether you work for a regional or major airline. The median annual salary will be $105K per year, and you could make up to $208K.“[ref]

Colleges with Aviation Programs

All programs are not available in all locations, use the search application to find local training

Airline and commercial pilots fly and navigate airplanes, helicopters, and other aircraft by operating the plane’s engines and controls. Airline pilots fly for airlines that transport people and cargo on a fixed schedule. Commercial pilots fly aircraft for reasons such as rescues, firefighting, chartered flights, aerial photography, and applying agricultural materials to crops.

While formal education is not required to become a flight attendant, specific training occurs once the attendant is hired. Flight attendant training lasts three to eight weeks and covers the fundamentals of aviation, first aid, customer service and leadership skills. Pilots, on the other hand, are required to have a bachelor’s degree and must complete a certain number of hours of flight training in order to qualify for licensure. Pilots also go through additional training once they are hired.”[ref]


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