Axiom Aviation Flight School is the premier flight school in Utah. With two locations, one at the Ogden Hinckley Airport (KOGD) and the other at the St. George Regional Airport (KSGU). The school was founded on principles of transparency and safety. The founders laid the mortar on which this world-class flight school was erected. The school offers programs for aspiring airline pilots and anyone seeking a Private Pilot's License (PPL).
The flight school offers four training programs. The first is the Zero to Hero Program. This program takes students with little to no flight training and gives them the knowledge, skills, and ratings needed to become an airline pilot. This program is offered at both the St.George and Ogden locations. Students can expect to complete this program in under a year if they attend full-time. Meaning they attend school five times per week. To learn more about the Zero to Hero Program, click here.
Axiom Aviation also offers flight training for students who already have a PPL and are looking to earn the remaining ratings needed to prepare them for the airlines. This program can be completed in under eight months. To learn more about the Private Credit Program, click here.
For those looking to obtain a PPL, the school offers a program for this as well. In under three months, dedicated students may earn their wings and fulfill their dream of becoming a pilot. To learn more about the Private Pilot Program, click here.
Axiom Aviation also offers a unique Accelerated Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Program. This program prepares commercial pilots to become some of the best instructors in the industry. It is available to both pre-existing Axiom students and those from other schools. This offering makes Axiom Aviation one of the only flight schools in Utah to offer a CFI program to outside students. This course may be completed in under a month. To learn more about the Accelerated CFI course, click here.
For students in unique situations, Axiom offers the ability to tailor training around a student's specific requirements.