Destination Training

Why Destination Training:

  • No time for training
  • Want to see how you will actually use personal aviation for work/family   
  • Want training that actually goes places
  • Experiences are completely unique and enjoyable.
  • Experience freedom and adventure that isn't allowed at typical flight schools 
  • Enjoy the destination as much as the traiining flight.  For example, plan a break to shoot a round of golf in St. George or somewhere further away. Need to get some Night Cross Country training in? Plan a trip to Go fish at blue ribbon river in Montana early in the morning or late at night to Vegas to catch a show. Need to work on mountain training? Go see the Broncos play or hit the slopes at Aspen. So many adventures are out there and working on flight training simultaneously makes the adventure so much more amazing!

Call us now and schedule you next adventure!  801-845-9955


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