Alliance Flight Training provides flight training and ground instruction services ranging from the Sport Pilot Certificate through CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) and ATP (Airline Transport Pilot). Many of our prior students are currently working in the aviation industry as commercial/airline pilots. We also provide a variety of flight training services including Flight Reviews, IPC’s, and mountain flying courses.
Our in-house maintenance facility, Front Range Aircraft Maintenance, professionally maintains our diverse fleet of aircraft, and is also available to provide expert aircraft maintenance services to aircraft owners outside of our club. Whether your airplane is based at Front Range Airport (KFTG), or if you’re just passing through, we can do what it takes to keep you safely flying.
We want to help you learn to fly and reach your aviation goals as safely and affordably as possible. While we already offer some of the lowest rates around, active duty military personnel and Metro State students are also eligible for discounted rates. Please contact us or stop in and check out our facilities and aircraft, as well as, meet our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
This is the most basic pilot certificate available. It requires a minimum of 20 hours of flight training, and allows you to fly Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) anywhere in the US during daytime hours.
This certificate requires a minimum of 40 hours of flight training, and allows you to fly most single engine aircraft day or night under fair weather conditions. Once certified, you may add an instrument rating that will allow you to fly in the clouds.
This rating lets you fly in instrument meteorological conditions (clouds and low visibility). It not only allows you to become a much safer pilot by learning these skills, but it also allows you to make a flight where you might otherwise have to cancel due to marginal weather.
This is the first step in a pilot’s career that allows a person to work as a pilot. We offer single or multi-engine flight training on the commercial level that will enable a pilot to meet minimum standards to work for compensation in a variety of areas ranging from commercial operators, banner towing and flight instruction.
At Alliance Flight Training you can receive training for all three instructor certificates from the initial CFI to Instrument Instructor, to the multi-engine instructors certificate as well. Once completed individuals may have the opportunity to instruct with our school.
At Alliance you can receive training to become a Certified Flight Instrument Instructor, affording you the qualifications to instruct pilots in preparation of achieving their instrument ratings. Once completed individuals may have the opportunity to instruct with our school.
At Alliance you can receive training to become a Multi-Engine Instructor, affording you the qualifications to instruct pilots in preparation of achieving their multi-engine ratings. Once completed individuals may have the opportunity to instruct with our school.
The highest level of aircraft pilots license. Those certified as Airline Transport Pilots are authorized to act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft in air carrier service.
We offer comprehensive, one on one or group instruction for any and all licenses to whatever extent our student may require and scheduled at their convenience.