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VA approved


Kingsky Flight Academy is proud to announce that effective now we are approved to offer VA BENEFITS to all veterans that qualified. Use Your GI Bill® Benefits For Flight School Kingsky Flight Academy Academy is approved for VA education benefits, meaning you can apply your hard-earned GI Bill® benefits to help pay for flight lessons […]

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Liberty University School of Aeronautics at Kingsky


Kingsky and FAA welcome you to PROJECT PREFLIGHT 2018 Project Preflight is a pilot favorite at Sun-n-Fun each year! Come and enter the FREE competition to see how many airworthiness faults you can spot on a real-live General Aviation training airplane in just a few minutes. More importantly, learn what you may be missing when […]

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Flight training experience award


LAKELAND, FL – KINGSKY FLIGHT ACADEMY has been recognized for its high standard of accomplishment in flight training by The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the world’s largest aviation association. The flight school has been awarded a spot on the 2017 Flight Training Experience Awards as a Distinguished Flight School, a title given to […]

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Kingsky Flight Academy has partnered with one of the largest Universities in the United States to offer their student pilots, an opportunity to get a Bachelors of Science in Aviation online while getting their pilot licenses. After a lengthy process of approval, Kingsky Flight Academy becomes Liberty University’s flight training affiliate member.  Now Kingsky students can […]

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Kingsky Flight Academy Named Best Regional Flight School In The U.S.A.

10-17-2019 KINGSKY FLIGHT ACADEMY NAMED BEST IN THE SOUTHERN REGION BY NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Lakeland, Florida – Kingsky Flight Academy has been recognized for its excellence in flight training by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the world’s largest aviation association. Kingsky has been awarded the title, 2019 Best Flight School in the Southern Region, […]

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Will the GI Bill Pay for Flight Training?

Jobs for professional pilots are plentiful, due to many who are retiring or soon will be. For military veterans, this can mean lucrative signing bonuses and impressive salaries, but the cost of flight training can be prohibitive, and many wonder whether the GI Bill® can be applied to some or all of the cost of […]

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What to Expect from Ground School

If you’re a military veteran interested in using your GI benefits to pay for ground and flight school, the good news is that you can get a portion of your training covered by meeting certain criteria. Ground school is an essential part of flight training, and we reveal what to expect and how to increase […]

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How the Airline Industry Is Adapting to COVID-19

The coronavirus has caused many changes in the way we do things, and the airline industry is no exception. There are now many positive changes taking place in sky flight, including continued interest in obtaining a pilot’s license. Much Effort Being Placed into Regaining Customer Confidence With air travel at a virtual standstill for so […]

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Great Things Are Happening in the Airline Industry

The onset of the coronavirus pandemic saw worldwide border closures and thousands of planes grounded. Today, there is promising news; with flight demand increasing, stocks rebounding, and new courses being plotted, there’s excitement about the airline industry’s future for travelers and those wanting a commercial pilot license to celebrate. Business Flight Activity Increasing AINonline reports […]

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Steps to Get Airline Transport Pilot Certification

Step 1 – Get a Private Pilot Certificate In completing training for a private pilot certificate or PPL (private pilot license in other countries), you will be able to fly different kinds of aircraft, travel cross-country, and carry passengers sharing some of the expenses. This process requires prospective pilots to be at least 17 years […]

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