WELCOME TO SAN DIEGO
IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR MORE FLEXIBILITY IN YOUR AVIATION TRAINING, CAU’S FLIGHT CENTERS MAKE RECEIVING YOUR AVIATION DEGREE MORE CONVENIENT THAN EVER.
California Aeronautical University opened a Flight Center in San Diego to better serve residents of San Diego County and help them achieve their professional pilot career aspirations. Students can now earn their professional pilot degree from the University while remaining in their hometown within San Diego County.
The second largest city in California, San Diego is known for its miles of beautiful, white sand beaches along the coast of Southern California. With its mild Mediterranean climate, world-known attractions and cultural activities, San Diego provides a great location for residents to live, including desirable flying conditions for those who want to learn how to fly.
CAU’S FLIGHT TRAINING CENTERS
For those who want to work as a professional pilot in the aviation industry – whether for the airlines, a private charter air service or a logistics company, you can find the right flight training with the California Aeronautical University San Diego County Flight Training Center.
Located at Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (KMYF). This Southern California location offers the University’s Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautics program, which includes a hybrid of online courses and flight instruction at Montgomery-Gibbs. CAU accepts military education benefits.
As a CAU student in San Diego, you have access to certified instructors and modern and industry-relevant equipment. Students also have a direct pathway to regional airlines’ cadet programs available through the University’s airline partnerships, which are critical to help start your aviation career.
To train at the San Diego County Flight Training Center, students must live within 60 miles of the Flight Center. This includes the communities of San Diego, Chula Vista, La Mesa, La Jolla, El Cajon, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, National City, Lemon Grove, Santee, Poway, Del Mar, Carlsbad and other nearby areas.
San Diego flight training center is not currently approved to instruct using Part 141 flight instruction. Until such time that approvals are received, students enrolled online using the San Diego Flight Training Center for their flight course labs, may not be eligible to apply for the R-ATP. Currently all flight instruction is being taught using Part 61 flight training requirements.
A degree from California Aeronautical University can help you move one step closer to obtaining your dream job in the aviation industry. Apply today to get started.