Learn to fly in the Caribbean ...
... upgrade your rating or be part of a guided Caribbean Flying Adventure
We offer tailor made solutions for students as well as skilled pilots in the Caribbean. Our team comprises experienced Pilots and Teaching Professionals. All of us are living in the Caribbean or Florida. We are familiar with the Bahamas and Caribbean since 25 years.
Whether you want to learn to fly, upgrade your rating or fly your own plane through the Caribbean with an experienced guide, we can make it happen - so that you enjoy the flight!
Now that you are ready to learn to fly, why not above lush nature, turquoise waters and different island nations in the Caribbean?
Why not add this extra visual pleasure and start to learn to fly differently than most?
The Caribbean offers a big variety of airports, from big international hubs to small airstrips. Plus you will learn to file flight plans, border crossing and much more - an advantage which is very useful once you are a Pilot.
Should you be in need for a FAA Flight Review, no need to fly to the mainland USA.
Arno - founder and CFI/CFII of Flightschool4u
I am an experienced Pilot and Teaching Professional, currently living in the Dominican Republic, and can help to shape your skills and perspective in aviation as well as becoming a safe pilot. Whether it’s your future career or your hobby, I will help you develop the habits and skills to effectively deal with the challenges you may encounter while flying airplanes. I am regularly flying in the Caribbean and Bahamas. I am a hands-on pilot and well versed in the mechanics of an airplane.
2016 we rebuilt our Beach Houses on the beautiful beach 'Playa Bonita', Samana Peninsula, and converted it in to a Vacation Rental. It is a laid back place, ideal for flying-friends, students and pilots and their partners – check it here: Playa Bonita Beach Houses, listed on Airbnb.
The Caribbean from above
The Caribbean and the Bahamas seen from above are simply amazing. Both regions offer completely different impressions, and not one Caribbean island is alike the other.