Gives youth in the region a chance to explore, learn and grow interest in aviation career fields through exposure, classes, scholarship and so much more, in an effort to foster change in aviation to reflect the communities they live in.
To expose youth, especially young women and those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, to the amazing opportunities that are truly within their reach. Any job in or around the airport is available for you to begin training for today.
It is the vision of Herald Charters to transform aviation through a rigorous yet fun academic program with a focus on aviation based licensing, knowledge and work force job application
Let us help you get your aviation career started today.
Our training program has been in development for the past 12 months. It
offers potential students the opportunity to access aviation from a
perspective of more than just a consumer or passenger. Our program
will allow students to gain the needed knowledge at a young age through
ground schools and then matriculate through simulator training into the
career of their choice, not just aviation. The students will graduate from
both high school and pilot training in time to address the pilot shortage
and transform the aviation community into a career known for its
Wings of Dreamers' course is designed to meet all the FAA requirements for a private pilot certificate. The syllabus has 35 hours of flight training, consisting of 20 hours of dual instruction and 15 hours of solo flight. During this flight instruction, the student will receive the required training for solo flight, cross-country flights, controlled fields, night flights, and all specified maneuvers. Progress checks will be conducted throughout the training process. The flight training will take approximately four to six months to complete, based on 3 flights per week.
The ground school syllabus includes 35 hours of classroom training, with 2 hours for quizzes and the final examination. The course covers an introduction to the airplane and aerodynamics, aircraft systems, airports, communications and Air Traffic Control, weight & balance, meteorology, Federal Aviation Regulations, aeronautical charts, radio navigation, flight publications, the flight computer, medical factors of flight and cross country flight. Upon graduation from ground school, the student will be prepared for the FAA written examination. The ground school/classroom training will be seven weeks to complete and will prepare you to take and pass the FAA written exam that is required.
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Herald Charters is an air charter broker and is not a direct air carrier or a direct foreign air carrier in operational control of aircraft. The air service advertised shall be provided by a properly licensed direct air carrier or direct foreign air carrier.
4117 Park Rd, #11333, Charlotte, NC, 28209