Become an Airline Pilot in 4 simple steps

Your Airline Pilot Journey

1- Choose Your Program

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The Cessna 150 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane that was designed for flight training, touring, and personal use. It is the fifth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced.

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The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is an American four-seat, single-engine, high wing, fixed- wing aircraft made by the Cessna Aircraft Company. First flown in 1955, more 172s have been built than any other aircraft.


Our program was designed by airline pilots to get you ready for the airlines in the shortest amount of time without jeopardizing safety or quality.  The estimated completion time is 10 months to get you to become a flight instructor and start building your flight time and be ready for the airlines in no time.  Check out the details and highlights of our program:

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Standardized Fleet

Modern Equiped Aircraft

Reduced Commercial Hours

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Self Examining

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FAA Approved

2- Choose A Payment Option


Kingsky Flight Academy has partnered with
several financial institutions to offer financing options to students who need assistance with paying for their flight training. With this option, students can take out a loan to cover the cost of tuition, books, and other fees, which can be paid back over a period of time with manageable monthly installments.

Out of Pocket

If you have decided to use your own funds,
Kingsky has an option for monthly
installments to facilitate your payment. Please contact one of our sales representatives for detailed information.


Kingsky Flight Academy is approved by the
Department of Veterans Affairs to accept VA
benefits for flight training. Eligible veterans can use their GI Bill benefits to cover the cost of flight training at Kingsky, including tuition, fees, and other related expenses.

3- Build Time

Build Time while getting paid as a flight instructor

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As a prospective airline pilot, working as a flight instructor at Kingsky Flight Academy is an excellent way to build flight hours and gain experience. You can gain valuable experience by teaching a diverse range of students, flying in different conditions and locations, pursuing additional certifications, taking on additional flight duties, and networking with other pilots and aviation professionals. Kingsky Flight Academy provides opportunities to fly with other pilots on their flights and take on co-piloting duties, as well as access to advanced equipment and training facilities. Overall, working as a flight instructor at Kingsky Flight Academy can help you achieve your goal of becoming a successful commercial pilot.

Build Time while getting paid as a charter pilot

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Working as a charter pilot while building flight hours can offer several benefits. Not only will you be paid for your flying hours, but you will also have the opportunity to gain diverse flying experience, network with other aviation professionals, and potentially advance your career in aviation. Additionally, Kingsky Flight Academy can help you obtain the necessary licenses and certifications to pursue a career as a charter pilot. Overall, working as a charter pilot can be an excellent way to gain valuable experience while earning an income, and Kingsky Flight Academy can help you achieve your goals in aviation.

4- Choose An Airline From Our Partners

Kingsky Flight Academy is proud to provide pilots with partnership opportunities with some of the aviation industry’s most reputable airlines,
including Air Wisconsin, Republic Airways, Silver Airways, XOjet, and REVA. By partnering with our airlines, you’ll gain access to a wealth of
benefits and opportunities designed to help you advance in your career, including working alongside experienced pilots and aviation professionals,
learning from their knowledge, and developing your skills. Additionally, you’ll have access to our cutting-edge training centers equipped with the
latest technology and equipment. Our partner airlines offer various career paths, including major commercial airlines, private charter flights, and
medical transport services. With our guidance, support, and resources, you can achieve your aviation career aspirations. Contact us today to learn

Airline Pilot Program Alumni

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C150/152 Airline Pilot Program

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C172 Airline Pilot Program