Aerosim Flight Academy Aviation Camp

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If my kids were older they’d want to do this. Even my husband says he would have loved the chance to do this when he was a teenager. How much fun would it be to learn about flying? Check out all the details below for the week long camp.

SANFORD, Fla. (March 10, 2015) – High school student ages 14-18 are invited to experience the exciting world of aviation during Aerosim Flight Academy’s week-long Aviation Camps June 22-26 and July 27-31, 2015.
Designed to provide students a hands-on, real life glimpse into professional pilot training, the Aerosim Aviation Camp curriculum includes practical lessons and activities that take place in the Academy’s state-of-the-art flight simulators and live aircraft.
Camp cadets will:
  • Tour an air traffic control tower
  • Learn pre/post flight procedures
  • Explore flight navigation
  • Review the training requirements for private and commercial pilots
  • Fly in an actual aircraft!
“With an anticipated global shortfall of 1 million new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians in the next 20 years, Aerosim Flight Camp provides us an important opportunity to introduce future aviators to the industry and pilot profession,” explains President and General Manager, Aerosim Flight Academy Hank Coates. “This program not only serves as a gateway for aspiring pilots, but also allows the Academy to further address the tremendous and urgent need for highly skilled pilots and aviation professionals.”

About Aerosim Flight Academy

Aerosim Flight Academy Aviation Camp is $500 per week and is open to domestic and international students in ages 14-18. The fee includes a plane ride, lunch daily, t-shirt and a pilot logbook. On-campus housing is not offered.
Over the past 26 years, Aerosim Flight Academy has trained more than 7,000 cadets from around the world with one mission in mind: to produce safe, professional and employable airline pilots.
“Today, there are cadets and instructors from ten different countries working, training, eating and living together on our Sanford, Florida campus,” Coates added. “They are all brought together by a similar goal: to become safe, professional aviators. We are proud to offer future pilots the training and tools required to achieve their dreams of flight.”
To learn more about Aerosim Flight Academy Aviation Camp and/or request a registration form, call 407-329-4221 or e-mail fl********@ae************.com.
Committed to Aviation Training Excellence
Originally established in 1989 and based at the Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), Aerosim Flight Academy is the only flight school originally owned and operated by airlines Comair Airlines and Delta Air Lines.  Today, under the name of Aerosim Flight Academy, the rich history of professional pilot training continues with flight training courses approved by the FAA under 14 CFR Part 141 and specialized flight training under 14 CFR Part 61.
Aerosim Flight Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and provides a professional flight training environment based on sophisticated airline standards. The Academy has been recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration for its dedication to quality, safety, reliability, and performance and continually strives to turn students into successful airline pilots that exceed the expectations of airlines worldwide.
In its 26 years of operation, Aerosim Flight Academy has provided more than 2 million hours of flight instruction to more than 7,000 pilots and issued more than 20,000 licenses and certificates, while growing its reputation as one of the safest, most reliable flight academies in the world.
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  1. How fun and what an experience! My son just got his pilot license and my grandson loves when he takes the family on short flights. My grandson would love this.