Paid to fly in
6 – 9 months
Pass your checkrides or your money back!
Airline Pilot Program
Launch your Career!
Start your pilot career in as little as 6 months.
Our professional pilot career program is designed to be a 6 – 9 month intensive flight training program. We will take you from zero experience to Certified Flight Instructor quickly, safely, and with mentoring and guidance along the way. You will not be “just another student at a giant pilot mill,” you will be a part of the Apollo Aviation family.
This means that you will receive dedicated help and coaching to help you reach your aviation career goal.
If you want to start flying for a living as quickly as possible, Apollo Aviation can help!
Accelerate your Pilot Career
Whether you want to fly a corporate jet, become an airline pilot, or fly cargo at night, our career pilot flight training is designed to get you there.
After completing our professional pilot program you will be guaranteed an interview as a flight instructor with Apollo Aviation.
Along with your flight training, career pilot students can attend our weekly ground school classes for free, receive coaching on goal setting and career planning. Additionally, mentoring, mock professional pilot interviews & tips, and resume writing workshops are included.
Our Accelerated Commercial Pilot Training is designed to be 6 months in length.
For pilots seeking a professional pilot career, there is no faster way than with Apollo Aviation’s career pilot track.
A $1000 deposit is required to secure your spot
Please arrive prepared with the documents and following requirements.
The following is included in The Accelerated Career Pilot Training Program:
Total Fixed Cost
broken into 4 payments and Includes:
Professional Pilot Program Stages
Optional stage 8
Multiengine Training & Instructor Course
If you are interested in obtaining your multiengine rating or becoming a multiengine flight instructor, please submit your interest on our Contact Us page.
Professional Pilot Workshops – What’s Covered?
Additional Topics you will cover during your professional pilot training program include the following:
Garmin G1000 Training
An FAA rule change has made obtaining the commercial certificate easier and more relevant. Instead of training in an older retractable-gear aircraft, you can now train in new, modern, technically advanced aircraft (TAA)
such as Apollo Aviation’s Diamond DA40. The DA40 uses avionics and modern technology that will better mirror what you will fly as a professional pilot, ultimately giving you the competitive advantage over a job candidate who has never flown with 21st century technology.
A TAA is an aircraft that has:
An electronic primary flight display with all six primary instruments.
An electronic multifunction display with a GPS-based moving map.
A two-axis autopilot with heading and navigation modes.
The Standard in Glass Flight Deck Capability
The transition from “steam gauges” to glass cockpits can be intimidating, but with proper training it can open up a new world of workload reduction and flight safety features.
Let Apollo Aviation save you time and money with transition training in our G1000 Checkout Course.
This is not a home study course, in fact we have chosen to use actual in-aircraft training with our instructors, covering everything you need to know to be safe, proficient and comfortable with the G1000.
Training is first conducted on the ground, then after the fundamental knowledge and familiarization have been developed, you will put your skills to the test in the air!
Integrate Your Cockpit
The G1000 is an all-glass avionics suite designed for a wide range of aircraft. It is a seamlessly integrated package that makes flight information easier to scan and process. Garmin’s revolutionary design brings new levels of situational awareness, simplicity and safety to the cockpit.
Garmin G1000® features at a glance.
Flight Management, Simplified
The vision for Garmin’s G1000 suite was to develop a fully integrated, all-glass avionics system that would enhance situational awareness, reduce pilot workload, and make futuristic flight capabilities available today
Clearly, that vision has become a reality.