There has never been a better time to Learn to Fly
Ocean Aviation is your best choice for flight training, whether you are ready to become a private pilot or you are seeking professional flight training.
Ocean Aviation is a Cessna Pilot Center which allows us to offer the most professional flight training experience including Cessna’s interactive computerized training curriculum. Cessna’s flight training curriculum is the most advanced training curriculum in the world.
Ocean Aviation is FAA Part 141 approved. FAA 141 approval means we meet the highest standards including curriculum based training which has been approved by the FAA.
Ocean Aviation is also approved by the Veterans Administration to accept VA benefits for your flight training.
Ocean Aviation’s staff of professional, FAA-certified flight instructors can provide professional flight training tailored to your individual requirements. Our newly remodeled training facility here at the Ocean City Airport is clean, comfortable and our flight and ground staff will assure your training is an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Whether your dream is to fly for business and pleasure or you dream of a career in aviation, we have a course to fit your lifestyle, your schedule, your budget. Financing is available.
Contact us today to begin your adventure. We would be happy to meet with you to review your course curriculum and a realistic financial cost analysis. Start today on your way to a Private Pilot certificate. From your first discovery flight to your check ride and FAA Private Pilot certificate, your experience here at Ocean Aviation will prepare you well for all your flights to come.
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*Price includes all flight time, ground instruction, computer based training and course books and materials. Does not include knowledge and flight tests, AME fees, DE fees, housing and transportation. Course price assumes accelerated training. Does not include any additional training required as a result of student failure to maintain minimum course standards, missed flights, or gaps in training.