Embark on Your Pilot Career Journey: Aviation Career Opportunities at AlphaFlight

Welcome to alphaflight

Start your aviation career

Now is the time to begin your career in aviation with our Career Pilot Program and meet the growing hiring demand for new pilots. All charter, regional, and major airlines are currently facing a surge in hiring and an average of 18,100 openings for airline and commercial pilots are projected each year through 2031, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Why we’re the best


Instruction focused on your strengths and weaknesses to help you better retain and apply knowledge


Our mission is to train students who will be known as elite pilots


Enhanced virtual flight scenario based training in the Redbird Flight Simulator


Symbiotic Aviation Assessment for new pilots is where your career begins to take flight

Confidence Beyond Measure

AlphaFlight is the place for elevated flight training. Our goal is to not only teach you the FAA-required skills and knowledge for a successful pilot career, but to ensure your confidence with that information. Through our professional experience in the industry, we understand what airlines and air carriers are looking for when hiring new pilots and we want you to benefit from this advantage.

Teaching beyond the basics

See the AlphaFlight difference in action.

Financing is available for those who qualify.

Housing Accommodations

We understand that students not only come from the local area but also from afar which can be challenging. AlphaFlight assists by offering housing options for our Career Pilot students. Contact us for more information.

Pilot Training Journey

Achieving your Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) rating is part of the Career Pilot program. After you have this certificate, you can be hired to teach new pilots and gain the required flight hours toward your ATP minimum requirements.

No matter where you are in your flight training journey, the AlphaFlight team will help you attain an exceptional understanding of safety regulations, systems, and flying conditions which will help you stand out in the hiring process for national passenger or cargo carriers. We have our own uncontrolled airspace, runways, and a modern facility to teach you the basics and beyond.

Q & A.

Which certifications and ratings are part of the Career Pilot Program?

We’ve designed a program that starts from zero flight hours. If you already have some training and wish to continue we can adapt it to a curriculum based on your needs. Our standard Career Pilot Program begins with the Symbiotic Aviation Assessment followed with training for Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, Certified Flight Instructor, and Multi-engine Rating.

Will I get credit for previous accomplished flight training?

If you have completed your checkride and acquired your rating or certificate, you will begin your flight training with us at the next available certificate or add on. If you have started flight training elsewhere, considering you are not enrolled in a FAA Part 141 program, then will be evaluated on your prior experience by the General Manager or Chief Flight Instructor to determine skill level before moving on in your training.

What equipment and subscriptions will I need to begin training?

To get started you will students will be using either the Sporty’s Syllabus or Jeppesen Curriculum as a baseline for training depending on the specific rating or certificate, with added mentorship and leadership coaching at no additional cost.

We’ll go over specifics when we speak to you about your flight training plan. Your enrollment fee will cover all the needed equipment, which we will get for you.

How do I get started?

Your first steps prior to enrollment with us are:

1. For Career Pilot Program students to obtain a 1st Class from an FAA approved Aviation Medical Examiner.

2. Complete the Symbiotic Aviation Assessment.

3. Interview with a member of our Flight Operations team, review our requirements for a successful training experience and answer any additional questions that you might have.