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Tue, Aug 14, 2012

US Aviation Academy Launches New Website Targeted At Intl. Students

Includes Information About Entry Into The U.S. For Flight Training

US Aviation Academy has officially launched a new website for international students. Widely known as one of the top flight schools for pilots in the United States, the company has taken great strides in reaching international students over the past few years, with their new website being the latest step.

The site aims to answer all questions international students may have. Features include detailed breakdowns of programs and courses, information about local student associations, and a complete listing of the steps of the entry process for international students.

To ensure students receive the best instruction possible, US Aviation Academy offers specialized programs for the home country of each student in order to meet all specific laws, regulations, and other requirements for holding pilot certification – from commercial to airline transport - in their part of the world. In total, they have trained students from over 30 countries.

They also know that coming overseas for flight school can be a challenge for students, with all the issues that can arise with moving to a foreign country. To ease their students' transition, the company has partnered with local housing providers to give students access to affordable, furnished apartments during their stay and offers transportation to and from their campus and local airports.

US Aviation Academy is a CFR Part 141 flight school based in North Texas, with campuses in Denton and Sherman. The school provides flight training for all levels, from beginning aviators who want to learn to fly to career pilots, and currently holds a contract with the government of China to train all their pilots.

www.usaviationacademy.com

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