Sinclair offers one of the most comprehensive aviation technology programs in the state and in the nation. Graduates can choose to continue their education in aviation by transferring to an aerospace university. Through an articulation agreement, Sinclair students can transfer their credits to complete a Bachelor's Degree through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide Campus.
Sinclair's associate degree pilot training and technical certificate programs prepare graduates for careers as pilots, mechanics, flight attendants, aircraft dispatchers, managers and unmanned aerial systems operators. View all available Aviation Programs here.
Ask for our Flight Program price lists and about our PAYGO (pay-as-you-go) payment plan for flight instruction. Call 937-512-2570.
The Aviation Technology department has a unique partnership with Aviation Sales, Inc. (ASI Flight Academy), one of the region's most respected pilot training organizations, with helicopter training conducted in cooperation with Higher Ground Helicopters. This partnership provides for the training of professional airline and helicopter pilots, through Sinclair Community College, at Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport.
Further, Sinclair has recently partnered with Dayton-based PSA Airlines to train pilots as part of the PSA Cadet Program, offering qualified students a number of benefits including career mentoring, tuition reimbursement, and guaranteed employment upon successful completion.
Sinclair trains under FAA Part 141 and is authorized to provide flight training for those with VA Benefits. Outstanding simulation hardware is utilized in our pilot programs. Our new Redbird Flight Simulator incorporates state-of-the-art glass cockpit training in addition to our GAT-II Simulator used for spatial disorientation training.