Flight Training Services Available

American Flight Schools provides flight and ground instruction ranging from the Sport Pilot Certificate through CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) and ATP (Airline Transport Pilot).

Private Pilot

A private pilot certificate is for those who have always wanted to fly and is the starting point for those who have higher aviation goals.

Instrument Rating

An instrument rating qualifies a pilot to fly in the clouds, and when the weather is not favorable.

Commercial Pilot

Achieving Commercial Pilot certification is the ticket to finally being able to receive compensation as a pilot. This certificate opens the doors to a wide variety of personally and financially rewarding flying opportunities.

Multi Engine Rating

A Multi-Engine Land (MEL) rating allows a pilot to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine.

Mountain Flight Training

One of the greatest thrills of being a pilot in Colorado is the opportunity to fly throughout the majestic Rocky Mountains. With snow-capped peaks, high deserts and grasslands, and many interesting public-use airports, mountain flying can be the highlight in a lifetime of flying.

Introduction To Aerobatics

Aerobatics are a fun and challenging way to explore the true capabilities of both pilot and aircraft.

Tailwheel Training

Earning a tailwheel endorsement can be one of the most fun and rewarding activities to broaden your experience and improve your flying skills.

G1000 Training

In recent years general aviation has benefited from many innovations and technological advancements, including the Garmin G1000.

Cirrus Transition Training

Cirrus is currently the world’s best-selling general aviation aircraft.

Spin Training

A lot of pilots are very nervous about stalls and spins. These are just aerodynamic states that an aircraft can encounter, not ones that are typical of routine flying.of flying.

Upset Recovery Training

What is aircraft upset? Aircraft upset is a dangerous condition in aircraft operations, which may result in the loss of control (LOC) of the aircraft.