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Ace Pilot Training

Allentown, Pennsylvania

1.0 ★★★★ 2 Reviews

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School Overview

Ace Pilot Training, Inc., has been offering quality airplane and helicopter flight instruction and aircraft rentals since 1992. Our highly skilled flight instructors are eager to guide you from the initial lessons of Private Pilot training through the advanced procedures of our Multi-Engine Airline Transport Pilot course.

We are located at the Lehigh Valley International Airport and flight training is conducted within the safe operating environment provided by an on-site air traffic control facility.

Become an Ace Pilot! Located an hour drive west of New York City/Jersey Shore and minutes from ski resorts, you will receive the best flight training in all conditions. Takeoff from our Class C airport without delay and gain experience in the mountains or the busiest airspace in the world! We specialize in Professional Helicopter Career Training, especially for M-1 foreign students! Affordable housing and unbeatable Helicopter Career Package available.

Contact Details

Lehigh Valley International Airport
600 Hayden Circle

Allentown, Pennsylvania 18109

+1 (610) 264-1105

Key Training Facilities

Categories

Flight Training (Airplane) Flight Training (Helicopter)

Training Programs

Private Pilot (PPL) Commercial Pilot (CPL) Flight Instructor (CFI / FI) Airline Transport Pilot (ATPL) Instrument Rating (IR) Flight Instructor - Instrument Multi-Engine Class Rating Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine (MEI) FAR Part 141 Approved CT Ground School Classes

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Ace Pilot Training is rated 1 stars based on 2 reviews

on 31-MAR, 2016

★★★★1/5

Horrible school, the owner is bad person who don´t care abouth anything and anyone. All airplanes are not airworthiness. I had been studying for full time and i got my PPL just after 7 months!!! Waste of money and time!!!!!

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on 15-MAR, 2016

★★★★1/5

The school is an absolute disaster! Not enough instructors and most of them are really low skilled. The aircrafts are really old although they charge $100 for the lowest level arcraft which is a Cessna 152 (with no Gramin G430). And the manager, he is the rudest person I have ever met in my whole entire life, he never cares for anything other than taking money from the students. He is not professional, he is unfriendly, he is rude, he is very cheap and greedy. This was the worst experience of my life it made me hate aviation.

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