Destination Training

Why do you want to fly?  Where do you want to go?  We train in the real world.  We help you take full advantage of the freedom available to you.  We fly to various destinations that allow you to build skills and enhance experience. 

THESE EXPERIENCES ARE COMPLETELY UNIQUE AND ENJOYABLE.

  • Need a quick break and some time to focus on avionics without too many distractions?  Head down to St. George to shoot a round of golf and be back in time for your afternoon meeting
  • Looking to improve on operating in a busy airspace?  Pop on down to Vegas to catch a show or out to San Diego to relax on the beach.
  • Need to work on mountain training?  Fly to Denver to catch a Broncos game or hit the slopes at Aspen, Steamboat or Telluride.  Need a little more peace and quiet?  Try a short flight to fish blue ribbon rivers in Montana.  
  • Already an avid pilot looking for the next big step?  Fly up to Whislter, BC.  Year round there is something to do.  If that's too cold, consider a trip down to the Bahamas.

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

Blog

Elevate Aviation and Flight Training Blog. The Official Cirrus Flight Training Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Offering news and information on aviation, flight and trending events. Elevate Aviation is your first source for aircraft management, aircraft rental, airplane rental, aviation courses, aviation training, and becoming a pilot. Find a flight schools near me today!

8-2018-EA-1.png
Aviation Accidents that Inspired Crucial Safety Improvements
Flying in an airplane is extremely safe. But how did flying become so reliable? Unfortunately, part of the reason why flying is so safe is because of accidents that triggered important safety improvements. Below are a few…
7-2018-EA-2.jpg
Writing a Resume for a Piloting Position
If you’ve always dreamed of becoming a pilot and landing a great job with a major airline you might be wondering how to apply and write an amazing resume. Let’s take a look a sample resume and share some tips for writing a…
7-2018-EA-1.jpg
One Pilot in the Cockpit – Is It Enough?
One of the biggest problems facing the aviation industry is the shortage of pilots. The number of trained, qualified and experienced pilots is dwindling. This begs the question, should the industry be looking to train more…
6-2018-EA-2.jpg
Non-Airline Pilot Jobs
When a person tells you that they are going to school to become a pilot, the first question that comes to mind might be, “what airline are you going to fly for?” If you’re an aspiring pilot but you’re dreading having to…