Tailwind Flight Center Gains FAA Part 141 Private Pilot Training Approval

APPLETON, WIS. – Tailwind Flight Center has completed the challenging application and approval process, and is now certified to offer an FAA-approved Part 141 Private Pilot Training Program. The FAA-approved training curriculum allows students to take advantage of a fully structured and integrated training program that is individually reviewed and approved by the FAA. While very few flight schools offer this program, it is now available at Tailwind Flight Center at Outagamie County Regional Airport in Appleton, Wisconsin.

In approving the Part 141 program, the FAA mandates a very rigid and detailed training syllabus, as well as operating and safety procedures. All of this helps to ensure an efficient and effective student experience. It also allows for lower training and flying time requirements compared to a non-approved school.

Additionally, veterans may apply for flight training using their VA benefits. The Tailwind Flight Center flight training program also opens the door to major growth opportunities with foreign student training possibilities.

By combining their new Part 141 program with their four-year degree program through Utah Valley University, it allows Tailwind Flight Center to satisfy virtually any primary flight training needs, from the individual seeking a Private Pilot Certificate to someone seeking an aviation career with a four-year degree.

Contact Tailwind Flight Center for a more detailed description of its various training courses at (920) 738-3031 or www.tailwindflightcenter.com.

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