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We offer training with Cirrus aircraft in Utah. Our services include: pilot training, instruction, aircraft management, rentals, and more. Whether you own your own plane, want to own your own plane, or are simply looking for flight training Elevate Aviation is here to help. We utilize the Cirrus Aircraft, specifically engineered to give you a lifestyle you want. With our piloting services you'll have the freedom to travel where you want, when you want, without airline hassles. If flying is becoming more than a hobby or interest, then imagine where your life will take you in a Cirrus Aircraft.

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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!

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Pilots’ Priority Checklist
If left unchecked, distractions may wreak havoc on a flight. These distractions can range from simple ones to more serious emergencies. The best way to help pilots manage distraction is by remembering to prioritize three…
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4 Tips on Saving Money While Learning to Become a Pilot
The start of the new year is a great time to start setting some financial goals. If you’re in flight school, it can be difficult to know how to save money. Luckily, there are a few ways to save money on your flight training…
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FAA Knowledge Test Study Tips
For many people who are studying to become pilots, the FAA Knowledge test may be the first test you’ve taken in a long time, maybe even years! Testing can be stressful, so we here at Elevate Aviation want to help eliminate as…
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Cirrus’ Autoland System Allows Private Jets to Land Themselves
The Safe Return Emergency Autoland System, developed by Garmin with input by Piper and Cirrus, allows passengers to hit a large red button that allows the plane to land safely if the pilot has been incapacitated. When this…