CARIBBEAN AVIATION TRAINING CENTER

We teach the world to fly!

About our School

Caribbean Aviation Training Center, a nationally accredited and internationally-recognized flight academy, located in Kingston Jamaica offers approved courses for international and Jamaican students planning careers as professional airline pilots and flight dispatchers.

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Why Learn to fly?

Joining the Group

One thing you can say about flying is that it is a very social experience. Pilots love to talk about flying and they will talk to anybody that will listen. There is never a shortage of talk where pilots are involved. While you may not meet Chuck Yeager at your local airport, it’s not out of the realm of possibilities. Flying draws a pretty interesting crowd, and you never know who you are going to meet just wandering around on the ramp. From interesting, old locals to actors and aviation legends, airports are full of pilots of all shapes and sizes and all that is required to join that group is learning to fly.

Anyone can learn to Fly

The most important reason to highlight is that anyone can learn to fly. Airplanes do not care if you are young or old, a man or a woman, or how you vote. The bottom line is that, barring some pretty serious disabilities, you can learn to fly with relative ease.

Aviation Career

Everything else aside, aviation is so central in many people’s lives, that many people get into aviation as a career. After all, every day people travel long distances for business and the only way to overnight packages is flying. Someone has to fly the aircraft that get those jobs done, and those are only a small segment of flying jobs available. As you read this, there are people enjoying a sightseeing flight, someone is looking at a banner being towed behind a plane, and a patient is being transported to a new hospital via helicopter. What do all those things have in common? Someone who learned how to fly is being paid to pilot the aircraft.

Discovery Flight

Interested in taking a Discovery Flight?