There are many exciting careers in Aviation. From becoming an Airline Pilot to an Alaskan bush pilot, the adventure of operating an aircraft for a living excites the imagination in all of us.
No matter what aircraft or career your final goal is, the starting point for all future pilots is the same: Flight Training. So you’re in the right place!
Upper Limit also has unique relationships with institutions of higher learning so that our students can experience world-class flight training as part of a standard college degree. ULA encourages students to invest in their entire career by achieving a degree along with flight training. You won’t find that anywhere else.APPLY TODAY
As an Upper Limit Aviation student, you will have access to truly impressive aircraft with the latest avionics, and modern technology. Even our little Cessna 152 puts other 152’s to shame. We are very proud of all our fleet here at Upper Limit Aviation and likewise proud to offer one of the finest Fixed-Wing training programs in the world.
The answer to that question depends on your goals. If you are interested in gaining a Private Pilot Certificate for non-commercial purposes then the minimum requirements are 40 hours, you must pass a written exam and a flight test.
If you can dedicate yourself, the requisite flight hours may take only a few months. Some of our students need to spread their training out because of busy schedules or financial restraints and the process takes longer to complete. ULA can be as flexible or as aggressive as you wish to be.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in aviation then the program we recommend is about 18-20 months long. You also have the option of enrolling in a two-year program with our higher education affiliate and earning an Associates Degree while you get your flight training. For more information call our Student Service Team at 844-iFLYEDU
A Private Pilot license in Fixed-Wing will cost you 7-10K, and Rotor-Wing will cost 16-18K. Upper Limit Aviation is an affordable flight school with connections to aviation funding sources that can help you finance your pilot certificates. We are dedicated to helping as many folks as possible who are committed to earning a commercial pilot certificate. Our financial lending associations may be able to provide you the necessary funding to help you meet your career goals.
The short answer is yes. The long answer is: there are several types of financial aid that ULA can help you acquire to fund your schooling. There are State and Federal Grants, Federal Student Loans, Federal Word Study, Tuition Waivers, Private Educational Loans, and financing options through our University affiliate. To get more information on each of your options please call us at: 844-iFLYEDU and a ULA team member will help walk you through each option.
Yes, if enrolled with our University affiliate you will be getting university college credit and if you attend full time you’ll have your certificates, ratings, and endorsements as well as an Associates Degree in Aviation in 18-20 months.
Yes. What we do is help you find and apply for the kind of employment opportunities you are looking for in your aviation career. We have many connections in the industry and all our expertise and knowledge is available to our Alumni to make sure they achieve their Aviation career goals.
To get started please fill out the application (button below) and submit that to our Student Services Team. We will review the information you provide and contact you to walk you through your options, answer any of your questions and help you get your career in Aviation started!