Civilian Flight Training
Now you have unlimited access to powerful, effective flight training, anytime, anywhere!
Introducing TakeFlight Academy
Our unique dynamic, real-time instruction and feedback, combined with our quickly repeatable training scenarios accelerate your mastery. Gain real skills that transfer to the aircraft. Hone your skills with our detailed scoring and get powerful insights into your performance. Make every minute in the airplane more effective while saving money.
FAA Private Pilot courseware is available today.
With AIVIator, instructor pilots can spend more time in the cockpit on advanced concepts. Supported by an intelligent teaching assistant, objective student performance data and analytics help pinpoint and mitigate problems, before you fly.
Moving the pipeline to the left opens enormous opportunities to attract, identify, and qualify greater numbers of more talented candidates. New pilots will show up Day 1 having already mastered the maneuvers.
For the aspiring pilot and sim enthusiast
- Accelerate mastery and gain confidence in the cockpit
- Develop, improve and validate your flying skills in record time
For instructors, flight schools, and educators
- Improve training efficiency, consistency and completions
- Help students overcome learning hurdles and spend more time on advanced skills
- Educators: bring thrilling hands-on flying skills to the classroom, without the need for aviation experts
Case Study – Liberty University
Liberty University is having tremendous success with TakeFlight, training 200 on-campus flight students each year. Students master skills at their own pace and style without a flight instructor present.
“TakeFlight is amazing because the artificial intelligence instructor is in there actually teaching you how to fly — how to start, how to taxi, how to take off, how to circle, climb, descend, turn — with no human interaction,” he said. “As you are flying, it’s talking to you, telling you what to do, giving you feedback, and you go through multiple lessons and you get graded on it based on the FAA standards. Those are no-cost, self-paced learning tools. Students can come in here and practice as much as they want to get good at it, and they do this before they ever hit a big sim, a flight instructor, or the airplane.”
Kevin “sling” Martin CFI, CFII, S-MR
Director, Technology and Innovations | Adjunct Professor
Liberty University School of Aeronautics
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