Aviation Programs

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Let your career take off in one of Atlantic Cape Community College’s four aviation program

  • Aviation Studies (Associate in Science)
    Prepares you to pursue further education in airport management, aviation business administration, air traffic control and air transportation management.
  • Aviation Studies – Option in Professional Pilot (Associate in Science)
    Leads to FAA certification as a commercial pilot. Atlantic Cape will offer Private, Instrument and Commercial pilot courses through partnership with Big Sky Aviation.
  • Pre-Aerospace Engineering (Associate in Science)
    Begin your education in aerospace engineering and transfer to a four-year program on completion.
  • Air Traffic Control Terminal (Associate in Applied Science)
    Learn the FAA ‘s air traffic control standards for employment and the rules, regulations and procedures relating to a career in air traffic control.

NEW! Beginning Summer 2013

Commercial Pilot Professional Series

This professional series prepares students for a Federal Aviation Administration license as a commercial pilot with an instrument rating.

Prepares you for:

  • Private pilot’s license
  • Commercial pilot’s license
  • Instrument rating
  • Serving as a pilot in command of a single engine fixed wind aircraft.

Redbird Flight Simulator Hourly Rental

Redbird flight simulator

Experience realistic and effective training at a fraction of the cost!

  • 3 axis motion platform
  • Enclosed Cockpit
  • Ideal for Practicing Instrument Conditions
  • Garmin GPS
  • Autopilot

$90 an hour

Contact: Jennie Ayres at 609-343-5039 or jayres@atlantic.edu

Pilots must be 18 or older and have proper U.S. credentials. Additional restrictions apply.

Located at the Atlantic City International Airport.

Prepare for a Career that is In Demand

The 2012 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook projects a need for approximately 460,000 new commercial airline pilots by 2031.

For more information, contact Jim Taggart at jtaggart@atlantic.edu or (609) 343-4950.