Flight Training

Quantum Helicopters staffFlight schools can operate under two parts of the Federal Aviation Regulations: Part 61 and Part 141. Part 141 schools have more rigorous requirements for certification, staffing and federal oversight.

All of Quantum’s flight training programs are Part 141-approved. However, we also have the ability to train under Part 61 when doing so would prove more cost-effective for our students — as when a Part 61 program has lower hour requirements than the equivalent 141 program. Our goal is to offer the highest standards of training at the best possible value.

All of our training is one-on-one, tailored to the individual student. Students have the freedom to set their own schedules and progress at any pace.  Some students attend as "full time" students (approximately 4 hours per day) while others may opt to attend at a more leisurely pace.  The program usually takes the average full-time student about 10-12 months to complete.

Although our emphasis is on training the professional pilot for entry into the helicopter industry, we extend the same high standards of instruction to students who do not intend to fly commercially. We also offer training to more experienced pilots through our instrument and ATP courses.  Since beginning training in 1993 Quantum has conducted over 100,000 hours of flight training.

Whatever your goals or level of experience, Quantum offers training to meet your needs.

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