Professional FBOs

**DONOTDELETE**

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After reviewing some of the "big" academies(PanAm, FSI, Comair, etc) I have been considering looking into a smaller school. Can anyone recommend a good FBO that would take a full-time student from a PPL-MEI in a relatively short amout of time at a relatively good cost? (Given that "relatively" covers a lot of ground). A school that hires its grads as instructors would be a plus aw well, although my eventual goals are the regionals and majors. Does anyone have some personal experience they would be willing to share? Thanks in advance!
 

emelin

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Keep in mind that most FBOs operating under part 61 will not have a set schedule for training. You will train at your own pace and will get your ratings as fast as you can/want to. So you don't really need to compare how fast you will get your ratings becasue it will pretty much be the same at any FBO. Get a good instructor and you might get them faster.

P.S. Where are you wanting to train? You can find FBO's all over the country.
 

**DONOTDELETE**

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I tried this, and found the 5 local FBO's really specialize in PPL training and maybe instrument. I was unable to find a CFI who could fly with me 2-3x a day, to work at the pace of a large flight school. The CFI's all have other jobs (who can blame them) and aircraft availability wasn't there. Not to mention the lack of a rentable twin on the field-so getting ME would entail going somewhere else anyway.
 
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