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A message to our American Flyers family: The health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority.  We are closely monitoring the development of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and are following guidelines from the government and relevant health authorities. To help keep our customers and employees safe, we
“Stay the course”, a piece of sound advice from our friends at AOPA and others in the aviation industry who have experienced this type of setback in the past. Our world and our industry are in a state of confusion. The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has brought the
By Andrew Henley, Vice President Since 1911, March 8th has been marked as a day to recognize women in aviation. Although it’s only October, I felt it was exceptionally important to dedicate this issue of the Pilot’s Digest to the women who have dedicated their lives to the aviation community.
American Flyers is thrilled to be celebrating over 80 Years of being the leading school for flight training. “A lot has changed since our founding in 1939, as we have shifted and transitioned with aviation needs, but one thing has remained constant: we continue to provide the American Flyers
Building a new life together, Jonathan and Janette Mason, of McKinney, Texas, discovered that beyond their love for each other, they shared a passion for flight. Just months after tying the knot, Jonathan encouraged his bride to pursue her 15-year dream of becoming a pilot, then decided he’d like
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This issue of our Pilot’s Digest is especially important to American Flyers as during the November and December months, many of us reflect on the past year. While considering what was important to write, I was struck by all the changes in our industry and how thankful we are
By: Steven Daun, National Chief Pilot The American Flyers that exists today is the result of a combination of two renowned flight schools: Aviation Training Enterprises and American Flyers. Aviation Training Enterprises (ATE) was started by Monty Montgomery which became known as a leader in instrument training for civilian
Many of our readers have heard about the exciting changes within our industry from a career training standpoint. We are proud we’ve had the opportunity to impact the aviation world for nearly over 80 Years and we remain dedicated to being the leader in aviation education, shaping the flight training
Once a year American Flyers’ managers, Chief Pilots and many national staff members gather together in Dallas, Texas, for a few days of comradery, education and recognition of key employees who have made a huge difference to American Flyers over the past year. We were able to honor Sharon
By the American Flyers Family In the fall of 1969, American Flyers was forever changed for the better, for it was on this day that Harlan “Doc” Elliott joined our team. Since what may feel like the dawn of American Flyers’ time, Doc has been as much a part