2FLY is pleased to announce our alliance with six U.S. Regional Airlines, offering opportunities for our graduates to become employed as a First Officer in as little as 24-months.
Cadets who join our First Officer Program have the opportunity to be assigned an airline mentor during the second phase of the program and be granted with a pilot interview after qualifications are met with one of our airline alliances.
PHASE ONE (8 months): is a full-time program that begins with the initial Private Pilot certification, and progresses to a Commercial Pilot with single and multi-engine instrument ratings, and finishing with a Certified Flight Instructor license. This phase encompasses all academics, simulations, and practical flying. Upon graduation, you will have logged 269 total flight and simulator hours.
PHASE TWO (16 months): after successful completion of Phase One, an interview with 2FLY will be extended for you to work as a Certified Flight Instructor. This is a full-time position and allows you to log additional flying hours you will need to be hired by an airline. During this phase, you will have the opportunity to meet pilot recruiters from our airline alliances and learn about their hiring processes. Many also offer interview coaching from an airline pilot mentor. It is estimated this phase will take 16 months to gain the 1,500 total hours needed for airline hiring requirements.
1) Be at least 18 years of age
2) Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language
3) Be able to obtain an FAA Class 1 Medical Certificate
4) Phase II requires applicant to have legal right-to-work in the US
Phase One training comprises of the following:
FAA Private Pilot
PIC Time Building
FAA Instrument Rating
FAA Commercial Multi Engine
FAA Commercial Single Engine
FAA Certified Flight Instructor – Single Engine
This course also includes:
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International Students: This program does not include fees associated for the student visa or TSA background/fingerprinting fees. All training is conducted at the Merritt Island facility.
Items Not Included in Program:
Note: This program is based on our training curriculum minimum requirements. In some cases, training over these minimums may occur, which will result in an additional expense.