Have you been thinking about taking flight lessons in Tennessee? The state of Tennessee is a beautiful place to learn to fly. CTI Professional Flight Training school in Memphis might be the perfect fit. Keep reading to find out why.
A Great Location
Based in Millington, our campus is ideally located for students in Tennessee, Arkansas or Mississippi. Only 20 miles from the city of Memphis and all it has to offer, you’ll always have plenty to do. We’re also just a short flight to St Louis, New Orleans, Nashville and the famous Smoky Mountains.
Millington Regional Jetport offers many advantages when you’re learning to fly. The runway is 8,000 feet long and 200 feet wide, and there are full tower operations 21 hours a day. You can also take advantage of the easily accessible flight practice areas and on-site fuelling.
A Top Notch Fleet
At CIT you’ll learn to fly in some of the best aircraft models for new pilots. At our Tennessee campus, you’ll find our Diamond DA20 C1 Eclipse, our Diamond DA42 NG, our WACO Great Lakes 2T-1A-2, and of course, our Redbird FMX – a CTI-branded, full-motion AATD – one of the best flight simulation trainers on the market.
Best in Class Instructors
Our instructors are committed to providing high-quality training, and many of them even trained with us. Their friendly approach and years of expertise will mean you get the very best instruction when learning to fly. A great flight instructor can give you the confidence you need to take your career to the next level.
We’re an FAA Part 141-approved flight academy. This means we can offer training under a student visa. And our FAA-approved status means you can guarantee professionalism, structure, and expertise you can’t guarantee at other flight schools. Even if you’re training under the more relaxed and flexible Part 61, you still get all the benefits of a Part 141 school.
Train for a Career in Aviation
If you want to make a career out of flying, our CTI’s Professional Pilot Training Program meets all licensing requirements for you to work as a US Commercial Pilot. You can even stay on for ‘time-building’ to meet the requirements you need to work in other countries.