When Results Matter!

What’s an aircraft without an engine? It doesn’t get you anywhere, right? Ok … it’s nice to look at, sit in, and show off, but that’s about it. The same is true for flight schools. Why go to a school if it doesn’t have a reputation of quality training and employable graduates? Choosing the right flight school is vital!

Airlines are Selective

Airlines simply want the best. Would you prefer a brain surgeon with poor or rigorous training? Most likely, the one with the poor training graduated quicker and spent less money. But, in the end, will he have a successful career, if any at all? As an aspiring pilot, you need to lay a strong foundation upon which to build a great career. 

Unfortunately, many flight schools cut corners in their training. So many students settle for the quick fix, not realizing that airlines will test them to make sure they know what they’re supposed to know and are able to perform at a high level of competence. If not, all the time and money may be wasted. Can you really become a good, quality pilot in a few months, as some schools advertise?

Successful Graduates

At PEA, we’ve successfully trained over 12,000 pilots since 1972. The list of airlines who’ve hired our graduates is significant. Recently, we had quite a few graduates go on to live their dream. They went to Endeavor Air (owned by Delta Air lines), Air Wisconsin, Skywest, PlaneSense, etc.

That’s just a small overview of our domestic graduates. Our international graduates are literally flying all over the world. Will you be one of our successful pilots, fulfilling your dream? Will you go for the flight school that will get you results?

The Next Step

The first step is to receive all the information on how to become a pilot. Just click this link and let us know: https://www.pea.com/contact-us/


  • Ekamjot singh turna
    Posted at 11:04h, 22 June

    I wanna ask that how much percentage do i require in 12th in order to join PEA

    • Jan Blonk
      Posted at 11:22h, 22 June

      We don’t require a certain percentage. However, you need to check with you aviation authorities in your country to see if they require a certain percentage.

    Posted at 07:21h, 28 June


    • Jan Blonk
      Posted at 07:32h, 28 June

      Hi Clinton,

      Nice to meet you on the blog.


  • okene clinton
    Posted at 08:42h, 28 June

    i wanna opt for a course whereby i’d be employed as a CFI to gain hours and also to gain a b.s.c degree from your affilated university, please advise me what course should i opt for?? that can give me all these benefits?i have ground knowledge because i’m a licensed flight dispatcher,

    • Jan Blonk
      Posted at 09:10h, 28 June

      I’ve sent you an email. It’s easier to communicate through email.

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