Aims instructors are totally committed to the students and provide direction, motivation
and guidance every step of the way
- Tyler, Aims Aviation student
Learn to Fly with First-Class Instructors and Equipment
- Fly Aims new aircraft
Aims has a fleet of new aircraft with the same tools and avionics that you will see
on large commercial aircraft
- Train in state-of-the-art simulators
Aims has new and modern simulators for both pilots and air traffic controllers that
provide real-world training second-to-none
- Receive one-on-one instruction
Learn from real pilots and air traffic controllers with years of experience; receive
extra attention through small class sizes to develop your skills.
A One Way Ticket to Success
- Train in only two years
Many think that to become an airline pilot or air traffic controller, applicants need
military experience. For pilots, there are many avenues in achieving flight hours
and certifications. Aims provides quality marketable training and certifications in
only 2 years. For air traffic controllers, it is essential to receive training from
an AT-CTI designated school, like Aims, to be successful at the FAA Academy in Oklahoma
Aims Aviation Programs provide students a substantial return on investment. Aims graduates
enjoy numerous career pathways that allow unique opportunities and ensure a successful
- FAA approved programs
For prospective pilots, Aims is the only collegiate FAA approved Part 141 fixed-wing
flight school east of the Rockies in Colorado. As a Part 141 approved school, Aims
must meet minimum pass rates of 80% on both FAA written and practical exams. FAA approved
courses include: PVT, INST, COM, ME, CFI, CFII, and MEI.
For prospective air traffic controllers, Aims has been designated by the FAA as an
Air Traffic - Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) approved school. Aims is only
1 of only 30 schools in the country with the designation. The FAA established the
AT-CTI program for the purpose of implementing the FAA’s intent of using collegiate
aviation as one of the primary means of meeting the future needs of the agency for
air traffic control specialists. Aims Air Traffic Controller graduates have a high
success rate at the FAA training academy in Oklahoma City.
Tour the Facility
Single Engine Aircraft
Learn to fly in Aims new fleet of training aircraft, the Piper Archer III TX PA-28-181.
Practice your skills in a state-of-the-art flight simulator.
Air Traffic Control Simulator
Simulate real life situations at real airports in a panoramic simulation lab. Aims
has the same simulator as the FAA school in Oklahoma City and is the only one of its
kind in Colorado.