Aviation Adventures is the primary flight school in the Washington DC Capital Region with three different locations offering Part 61 and Part 141 Flight Training. Aviation Adventures is located in the Main Terminal at Manassas Regional Airport. We have a wide variety of aircraft with something for everybody: glass cockpit, round gauges, 2-seat, 4-seat or 6-seat, single and multi engine, tail wheel, slow or very fast.
Aviation Adventures offers training for Sport Pilot, Recreational Pilot, Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, ATP, Single, Multi, Tailwheel, Complex, High Performance, TAA (Glass Cockpit), DC SFRA, and more.
With an almost perfect first time pass rate for our students, you will complete your training with a license and real life experience. We allow real short field and real grass field training during your flight instruction with our FAA Certified Flight Instructors.
Come join us on our trips to the New York Hudson River, Tangier Island, Wisp Ski Resort, Luray Caverns, and more.
Visit one of the Aviation Adventures Academy Seminars to increase your knowledge on the subject at hand.
At Aviation Adventures we know you will spend a lot of time and effort training and flying, you might as well have some fun doing it.
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Aviation Adventures is rated 5.0 stars based on 1 reviews
Got my private pilot certificate here, great experience. Staff was very helpful and they have a solid curriculum. They are a Part 141 school which for me meant you don´t have to pay a huge fee for an examiner to come out and test you and the person you take your check-ride with is someone you can meet beforehand and get a better understanding of the standards you need to meet. The airport is in an interesting area, you are underneath the Class B airspace of Dulles airport, you are inside the SFRA for Washington DC, you are next to a MOA and restricted area, and it´s a towered airport with 2 runways. It can be confusing at first, but learning in this environment makes you much more aware of your surroundings and all the other airports and airspace seem easy to navigate once you master Manassas. Overall I would highly recommend.
Joey on 8th Jun-21