DENTON, Texas, Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Aviation Academy, one of the top flight schools in the United States, today formerly announced their move to a new location in Grayson County, about 1 hour north of Dallas.
Known as a standout provider of flight instruction for both domestic and international students, this new location helps expand their ability to offer first class training in a close, intimate setting.
The company's new home at North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI), a towered airport with class D airspace, is located in the Sherman/Denison area. The airfield is home to over 12,500 square feet of facilities solely dedicated to training students of all levels, from those with zero flight hours to professional pilots.
Flexibility and specialized attention are key areas of focus for U.S. Aviation Academy, and the low traffic environment and close practices areas of KGYI will let instructors maximize students' flight time.
"For domestic students, we offer flexible training hours to accommodate any work schedule," said Christopher Ramey, Program Director. "For international students, we provide housing that's located just a few miles from the airport," Mr. Ramey continued. "Our apartments are fully furnished with all the necessary amenities for living and Internet access is also provided."
In addition, a bus system provides not only transportation to and from the Academy and apartments, but also weekly trips to and from local grocery stores, helping international students who are hear to learn to fly, adjust to their new surroundings.
With campuses in both Denton and Grayson County, U.S. Aviation Academy plans to continue their tradition of providing top tier flight instruction to students from around the world. For more information on their flight programs, visit http://www.usaviationacademy.com.
ABOUT U.S. AVIATION ACADEMYU.S. Aviation Academy is a CFR Part 141 flight school based in North Texas, with campuses in Denton and Sherman. A provider of flight training for all levels, from beginners to career pilots, their school is recognized as one of the top 10 in the nation and trains both domestic and international students. Their fleet includes everything from single engine Cessnas to multi-engine craft to rotor wing Schweizers and their instructors teach everything from fixed wing to helicopter piloting. They also feature cutting edge flight simulators on site. For a full listing of services offered and a look at their complete fleet, visit http://www.usaviationacademy.com.
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