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Evans Ville RC Club exposes and inspires the community to the beauty and comfort of aviation to promote more business for the industry. We take serious effort for the public to know better options for travel.

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Evans Ville RC Club takes pride in our diversity as a group bound by a similar passion for the air, our craft, and air crafts. However, our club extends beyond and above.

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Our peers, who are professionals in their right, supports each other selflessly, whether regarding aviation knowledge or any other help we can offer. We are a family.

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We inspire the community to appreciate more of what we do as professional pilots or aviation managers in our different fields. We hold programs, seminars, and contests for this purpose.

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Where should you go to if you want to learn how to fly?

Where should you go to if you want to learn how to fly?

You watched a Leonardo Di Caprio movie, Catch Me If You Can, where he pretends to be a pilot for an airline company. You raised that eyebrow while softly stroking your chin. Part of your brain thinks you’d look better in that uniform than Leonardo; while the other makes you want to be a pilot someday.

Then you suddenly ask yourself where you should enroll. Selecting the school that fits you best can be a tedious and serious task.

So let us recommend the top 4 schools to teach you how to become a pilot.

1. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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“Harvard of the Skies” is what most people in the academe call Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. This school is leading non-profit educational provider for aviation, backed up by sectors within the airline industry, government, and other teaching bodies.

You can enroll to any of the 125 locations of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the country.

2. John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, University of North Dakota

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Take up undergraduate studies, Masters or Ph.D. from John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. This school prides itself of its high-quantity fleet, which maximizes students’ immersion and hands-on experience on different aircraft.

3. Western Michigan University

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If an aviation school has been around for about seventy years and is still running, then it must be a good university to enroll.

The reputable College of Aviation of the Western Michigan University has made thousands of pilots and professionals in the industry.

4. Purdue University

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Will you enroll yourself in a college where Neil Armstrong went to school? Ask me and I probably will.

Though becoming a pilot is somehow different from astronautics, Purdue University can brag about the quality of their education. Also, The College of Technology uses gliders and jets to immerse students in their aviation programs.

That ends my list of the top flight schools. If you want to become a pilot, pursue your dreams. Fly high!

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Where should you go to if you want to learn how to fly?

Where should you go to if you want to learn how to fly?

You watched a Leonardo Di Caprio movie, Catch Me If You Can, where he pretends to be a pilot for an airline company. You raised that eyebrow while softly stroking your chin. Part of your brain thinks you’d look better in that uniform than Leonardo; while the other makes you want to be a pilot […]

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