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Palm Beach Helicopters

Palm Beach Helicopters

Florida, USA

Come Train With Us!
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Come train with our team at Palm Beach Helicopters.   Professional Pilot Training is our strength – and we work hard with our students to help them excel in their ground training, flight training, checks/exams, and in their future flying careers. For more information, see our Testimonials at the bottom of the page. We look forward to working with you toward a career as a professional pilot.
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General Information
Home Airport(s)
KLNA - Palm Beach County Park Airport (West Palm Beach FL)
Address
Palm Beach Helicopters
2615 Lantana Road, Suite A
Lantana, Florida 33462
Flight Training Contacts
Ms. Kim Thakur
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Training Aircraft and Simulators
Single Engine
and Simulators
  • Flyit Sim
Helicopter Fleet
  • R22
  • R44
  • R22 Glass Trainer
  • Bell 206 Jet Ranger
Training Programs
Flight Training Provided
  • Private Pilot Certificate
  • Night Rating
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Flight Instructor
  • Instrument Rating
Ground Schools / Seminars
  • Aviation Diploma (College/University Program)
  • PPL, CPL, ME, IFR, IR
  • ATP / ATPL / Frozen ATPL Exams
College/University Program
  • Flight College: Palm Beach State College
Further Information
International Students Welcome
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