Ag Pilot Flight School Information
With demand for ag aviation pilots growing, enrolling in an ag flight training school is one possible training avenue available to would-be aerial applicators looking for formal training in the field. The National Agricultural Aviation Association counts five flight training organizations as members. Contact information for each of them appears below.
NAAA does not offer endorsements or recommendations of ag flight schools, so it’s up to you to do your research before committing to a flight school. One way you can do that is by checking references. Our suggestion would be to ask for past students’ contact information to learn about their experiences and impressions of the flight school, as well as pilots still working in the industry who graduated from these schools.
NAAA Member Ag Flight Training Programs
PO Box 1330
North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8, Canada
Phone: (306) 445-3099
Professional Agricultural Pilot Training – 40 hours of intensive training flown in GA200 Ag Aircraft. Turbine Transition Training in AT-504.
Central Florida Ag Aero LLC
5802 Hoffner Avenue, Suite 708
Orlando, FL 32822
Phone: (866) 673-8607
Central Florida Ag Aero provides simulator-based pilot training for Ag, S.E.A.T. and Special Ops Training.
Eagle Vistas LLC
Sebring Regional Airport
Phone: (772) 285-5506
Eagle Vistas LLC provides Ag Pilot Training, Consulting and Ag Pilot Services and can take students from 0 time through to Ag Pilot. Ag Pilot Training Curriculum was developed by Randy Berry.
Flying Tiger Aviation LLC
PO Box 238
Oak Ridge, LA 71264
Phone: (318) 244-7581
Flying Tiger Aviation offers flight and ground training for budding ag pilots and turbine transition training for older hands.