Aviation

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At Aims, you can train to be for an exciting career in aviation with an FAA approved program. You will learn from pilots and air traffic controllers with years of experience. You will also get the opportunity to train in state-of-the-art simulators and log flight hours in Aims' new fleet of aircraft; the 2017 Piper PA-28-181 Archer III TX aircraft.

We're Here to Help Your Future Soar

Program Mission Statement
To provide a collegiate education that prepares motivated aviation students with the best training possible for demanding careers as professional pilots and air traffic controllers.

Piper PA28-181 runway lights

Academic Options

The Aviation program is broken up into three track options, allowing students to customize their training depending on their goals in a career in aviation.

General Aviation Pilot

Specialize in smaller aircraft and explore non-airline aviation opportunities.

Professional Pilot

Begin training to be an airline, corporate or cargo pilot.

Air Traffic Controller

Train to direct air traffic in the National Airspace System and enjoy one of the fastest pace careers there is.

Life After Aims

Do you like to travel? Are you looking for a fast paced career full of high adrenaline? A career in aviation might be for you.

Pilots and air traffic controllers enjoy a demanding job that keeps them on their toes every day. They feel the rush during departures and relax high above the clouds. They feel pride in directing air traffic during peak hours throughout the National Airspace System. 

At Aims, you can train for jobs as:

  • airline pilots
  • air traffic controllers
  • cargo pilots
  • government pilots
  • corporate pilots
  • search and rescue/medical pilots
  • flight instructor careers
  • and many more

 

 

Aims Takes Flight in a New Location

Aims is preparing to move flight operations to Northern Colorado Regional Airport. The move to the I25 corridor will allow our students to train in a commercial environment with a new remote air traffic control tower. The move will also allow us to train more pilots in the coming years and provides an easily accessible location for our students.