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Airline Pilot Industry • February 12, 2021
We are excited to announce our partnership with Sallie Mae! Students and families are now eligible to apply for the Career Training Smart Option Student Loan.
Airline Pilot Industry • January 5, 2021
There has never been a better time to utilize all of the safety and convenience that comes with being your own pilot. No more waiting and wondering when you will finally arrive at your destination. Take back your time and quality of life by taking control of your own flight plans. Flying private is faster, safer, and undeniably more fun!
Airline Pilot Industry • September 23, 2020
In 2020, Coast Flight Training has opened a third location in the thriving city of Dallas, TX. Located at the Dallas Executive Airport. Situated in North-East Texas, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has topped the charts as one of the fastest growing populations in the country. Dallas is the hub to many major airlines including American Airlines and our other numerous airline partners. Our Dallas, TX location flies brand new 2020 G1000 Piper Archers, G1000 Cessna 172s and Piper Seminoles. At the Dallas Executive Airport, Coast Flight Training has in-house maintenance with a skilled maintenance team that ensures our planes are always maintained and ready to fly.
Airline Pilot Industry • June 25, 2019
Coast Flight will receive its first class of American Airlines Cadets in July of 2019 and will start a new class each month. On Saturday, June 29th, Coast Flight will host an open house for anyone interested in speaking with an American Airline recruiter about joining the Cadet Academy Program. The Open House will take place from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 1837 Airport Drive in San Marcos.
Airline Pilot Industry • May 3, 2019
Piper Aircraft has completed delivery of ten (10) new Piper Archer TX single-engine trainers to San Diego based, Coast Flight Training. The Garmin G1000 equipped Archer TX is the first in a series of new aircraft acquisitions Coast is undertaking to expand its fleet to meet growing training demand. These aircraft will primarily serve students enrolled in the American Airlines Cadet Academy at Coast Flight’s campus in San Diego.