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Learning to fly in our Salt Lake City flight school is a very special and unique experience. Salt Lake City is truly the “Crossroads of the West” as nicknamed back when it was founded in 1847. We invite you to visit this amazing city and come take a tour of our hangar and perhaps an aerial tour.
Follow your dream to become a commercial airplane pilot in Salt Lake City by earning your airplane ratings through Upper Limit Aviation.
ULA has a top flight training program serving students from all over the U.S. and beyond. ULA is the most affordable way to become a commercial pilot. If you are serious about earning a degree and becoming a commercial pilot, call us at 844-iFLYEDU and get started today.
When trying to find financing for Fixed Wing or Helicopter Flight Training, our self-pay students have found success in raising the necessary funds by applying to one or more of the financial institutions listed below. For immediate help, do not hesitate to contact ULA Student Services, by calling 801-596-7722
To access downloadable PDF’s for financing flight school (“step-by-step guides) and Admissions, click on the links listed below.
Upper Limit Aviation works alongside our prospective students, directing you to sources to secure your funding. Financing packages may cover college courses, flight training, and housing for qualified applicants to pursue private pilot training in Utah.
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One of life’s great adventures is learning to fly. Surrounded by some of the beautiful Wasatch mountains, which besides being great to look at are also a great wind block. Don’t worry about tornadoes messing up your flights, Salt Lake City’s Great Wasatch Wall will block them.
Or if you just wish to get your Commercial Pilots License, then start your aviation career with ULA and earn your commercial pilot ratings.
The airspace around the United States’ busiest airports is designated as Class B (Bravo). The reason for this Class B designation is to help reduce the possibility of collisions in mid-air. There are less than fifty U.S. airports designated as Class “Bravo” and Salt Lake International Airport is one of those airports.
This is a tremendous advantage to those seeking private pilot training in Utah and those looking to be commercial student pilots. Because a pilot may need to fly into or out of a Class B designated airport at some point in their career, it would be beneficial and safer if the pilot had trained in a Class B airspace. You have plenty of options.
SLC Active Life
Salt lake City is based in the heart of the mountain west, which allows it to be the launching point for a very active lifestyle and provides a person with an extensive list of interests to pursue. Utah prides itself with an abundance of geographic settings for people to explore the outdoors. Salt Lake City is surrounded by various mountain ranges where people can explore, climb, ski, mt. bike, or simply escape to a peaceful quiet place.
A short drive from Salt Lake, one can explore the desert and enjoy activities on sand dunes or salt flats or ride one of the many ‘Jeep” trails which weave throughout the backcountry. If exploring world-famous canyons and scenic vistas is what you are seeking, just head south on I-15. Utah possesses world-class canyons and mNational Parks which are just a few hours south of Salt Lake and offer an unforgettable visit which people often revisit several times a year. Whether you prefer mountains, lakes, deserts or scenic canyons and vistas, Salt Lake City is one of the best cities to explore the outdoors from.
8 Ski and Snow Boarding Resorts within One Hour from Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City has many cultural events and festivals throughout the year to allow you to explore the history of the region. From the early pioneers and Mormon settlers, the Trans-Pacific Railroad, various historical mining operations, dinosaur explorations to the modern day Sundance Film Festival, the Salt Lake City region offers many opportunities to participate and enjoy. Additionally, Salt Lake City’s modern setting allows for people to enjoy and support professional baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey teams or cheer for the many local college sports teams. In addition to sports, Salt Lake City offers world-class shows and concerts by your favorite artists and musicians. The region hosts several clubs for various interests such as shooting and firearms, fishing, cycling, running, custom bike and cars and many other interests. Simply, there is seldom a shortage of events or happenings in Salt Lake City to keep people entertained.
Salt Lake City is a true four-season city; so expect an array of weather activities with the changing seasons. In spring, temperatures gradually warm, thawing the mountain snow and allowing beautiful mountain flowers to bloom. Summers in the region are hot with cool evenings, which allows for ample outdoor time to explore or relax. Fall brings crisp cool air, which allows for several weeks of fall tree foliage observation and outings before winter approaches. Winters in the Salt Lake area are cold and have periodical snowstorms in the valley with large snow accumulations in the mountains to add to the beauty of the majestic granite peaks. The changing seasons allow the residences of the area vast opportunities to swim, camp, hunt, fish, climb, hike,photograph and explore the mountain west.
Salt Lake City is one of the few cities that really does offer an opportunity to fill all of your interests and needs.
SLC Night Life
You can always have a good time in Downtown Salt Lake City! If you’re looking for a classic speakeasy, swing by Bar X, opened the same year that prohibition was repealed (1933). For those southern guys and gals, you canusually find some of your peers line dancing, shooting pool, or riding the bull at The Westerner, “Utah’s Biggest and Baddest”. If hip-hop instead country is more your groove, stay late at Maxwell’s on Main Street.Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery offers authentic homemade Italian foods by day, but is a swanky club and lounge by night.
Bars not your scene? Stop by Fastkart Speedway, open until 11:00 pm on weekends, offers indoor kart racing excitement. Want a late night dinner and a show? Hit up Dee’s, a local favorite (two locations), open until 5:00 am on weekends, and then catch a movie at the Jordan Common’s Megaplex Theatres.
Salt Lake City is, well, a city, and offers tons of late night activities for you to enjoy!
A Handful of Ideas:
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