The Coast Flight name has long been synonymous with excellence. Since its inception as a top-notch boutique flight school over a decade ago, Coast Flight has retained a dedication to superb quality and personalized flight training instruction. That same standard of excellence has remained at the forefront as Coast has grown to the widely recognized name it is today, with pilot schools in California, Texas, and more coming in the future. Now operating one of the largest training fleets in the country with multifaceted training programs, Coast still retains a close-knit atmosphere between leadership and each student. That’s why the airlines look to Coast’s flight training programs to bring them the best of the best pilots. As one of the top flight schools in the nation with the highest number of conditional job offers in the country, Coast Flight has a reputation for turning out pilots of the highest caliber.
After noticing a fundamental gap in the number of quality training options available, Coast set out to launch an innovative new approach to flight training. The result was a cutting-edge, comprehensive form of flight training that unites professionalism, structure, and quality in military transition, pilot academy, and recreational training offerings.
Led by high-ranking military officers, Coast’s pilot schools are uniquely positioned to originate ideas that matter to aviators of all walks. It was Coast thought leaders who first birthed the now-nationwide concept of RTP in 2016. Since then, Coast’s innovative flight training ideas have continued to become industry standard, with fresh concepts continually emerging to help those with a love of aviation to fund, pursue, and realize their dreams…to the highest potential.
Success only happens when there’s a carefully conceived plan in place. Coast students reap the benefits of training under the most prestigious flight training standards of the U.S. military, because our leadership is composed of a distinguished team of high-ranking military officers. These leaders bring their experience with world class training and management into developing program curriculum that is specially designed to prime students for success. And when you have high-level military officers personally engaging with students, the result is a large number of graduates from our pilot schools landing exactly where they want to go.
At Coast, you have every advantage you need to become the best. We maintain a high instructor-to-student ratio at our Texas and California pilot schools, ensuring our students receive the individualized attention needed to advance down the right path. And since most of our instructors are personally trained by Coast, students have the added bonus of learning from some of the most trusted pilots in the industry.
Boasting over 60 modern aircraft, we are one of the best equipped pilot schools in the US and we hold some of the largest training fleets in the country. Our fleet includes G1000 equipped, multi-engine aircraft, rigorously maintained for safety and precaution that exceeds industry standards. Our training fleet is technologically advanced and expansive enough to encompass the full breadth of training options we offer. For success-driven students, this ensures your flight training will advance you to your goals on the quickest timetable, at the greatest proficiency.
There’s a difference between learning to fly, and flying in pursuit of your dreams. By offering a variety of training options from military transition, to recreational, to professional pilot academy training, Coast’s multifaceted program offerings mean that whatever your goals are, you’ll reach them with excellence. So whether you’re ready to log your first hour, looking to pursue flight training concurrent with a college degree, or fresh out of the military and curious about what it would take to fly for the airlines, Coast has designed the path to get you there at one of our top flight training schools in California, or Texas. Our recruiting team will identify your goals and map out a plan to get you where you want to go.
Bryan joined Coast in 2013. As President and Director of Flight Operations he oversees curriculum, standards and operational controls, safety, directs the execution of company policies and procedures and ensures that all activities of the flight department, including flight operations, personnel and equipment comply with company and aviation standards. Bryan also develops the leadership training syllabus. Bryan's background is uniquely suited to helping Coast develop and grow the Rotor Transition Program.
Jack joined Coast in 2016. Jack oversees Coast Academy, International Students, Flight Operations, Rotor Transition Program, and aircraft maintenance for San Diego, CA. Jack's military leadership and program management background, has allowed Coast to continue to keep a strong top level management that understands a helicopter pilot's transition to airplanes.
Todd joined Coast in 2020 to implement their strategic vision and oversee day-to-day coordination and communication between Coast Corporate and its multiple Sites. Additionally, his vast experience is called upon to help formulate policy, and manage daily operations and planning for material and human resources. Other duties include executing the annual budgeting process and P&L responsibilities, continuous process improvement and coordinating efforts of the senior leadership team.
Heath Jameson joined Coast in 2020 and currently serves as Coast Flight Training's Vice President for Operations and Training. He is responsible for the day to day operation of the San Diego, Dallas, San Marcos, and Houston training facilities. As Vice President, he also focuses on strategic vision, expansion of community relationships, enforcement of company policies, and the development and execution of plans that turn strategy into daily achievable tasks. Moreover, he manages the Coast Training System and ensures the advancement of the American Airlines Cadet Academy and Coast Academy. Heath's background is exceptionally suited at managing multiple flight training facilities and training individuals to fly.