Located at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC) in Broomfield, CO, McAir Aviation has been a training home to aviation enthusiasts and pilots alike since 1994.
AeroStem Camp 

Our Student Experience 

At McAir, we are setting a higher standard for what is expected at a flight school. Our primary commitment is to your safety and success. McAir's welcoming student-focused culture makes it the go-to choice for cadets from all over the world.
Student Services

Train for Your Pilot Career

Our flight training is designed to help you prepare for a career as an airline pilot. Our curriculum is carefully optimized for you to hone the skills you need to train to become a commercial pilot efficiently and effectively.
Flight Training

Accelerated Training

Our fast-paced environment allows students to quickly hone their skills as they train to become commercial pilots.


Transparent costs with no surprise fees throughout your training.

Airline Partnerships

Benefit & Tuition Reimbursement Packages, Mentorship, & Employment Opportunities.

McAir Aviation has been home to aviation enthusiasts and pilots alike since 1994. We strive for excellence in the quality, safety, and fun of every flying experience. For exceptional customer service and affordable flight lessons in Colorado, we welcome you to stop by our flight school office in Broomfield, CO, at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC) to meet our friendly staff and view our facilities.

Whether you want to learn to fly for fun, aspire to have a professional aviation career, or are already a pilot looking to gain additional flight hours, we offer an affordable path to learn how to fly. From the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), US Military, or the thousands of satisfied clients we have trained, McAir Aviation is recognized nationally as a great place to learn to fly and receive professional flight training. And as an approved Cessna Pilot Center, you can be assured you are receiving high-quality instruction.

Call Us Today. Fly Tomorrow.

(303) 466-8730


New Pilot Jobs in North America over the Next 20 Years according to Boeing's Pilot and Technician Outlook
Aspiring aviators who begin their training today will be well-positioned to take advantage of new job opportunities as the industry recovers. While the current industry downturn, driven by COVID-19, has resulted in a temporary oversupply of qualified personnel, the long-term need remains robust. The short-term surplus allows operators the opportunity to build their pipeline in anticipation of growth returning in the next few years. With the growing demand for air travel, the need for qualified commercial pilots increases. The 2020 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook projects that 763,000 new civil aviation pilots will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years.

As tens of thousands of pilots, technicians, and cabin crew members reach retirement age over the next decade, educational outreach and career pathway programs will be essential to inspiring and recruiting the next generation. In 2018, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released that the number of US pilots has decreased by 30 percent within the last three decades. Research firm, Cowen & Company, estimates 42 percent of the active pilot workforce at the five largest US airlines will retire by the end of 2026.

Additionally, as commercial traffic demand returns in upcoming years, aspiring aviators will have the opportunity to fill open positions created by a combination of personnel retirements and fleet growth.

Advances in adaptive learning capabilities, artificial intelligence, and learner analytics will further personalize training to the individual student so that greater emphasis can be placed on closing knowledge gaps.

Our Airline Partners

Our partnerships with commercial airlines help our students train for a career as a pilot in an efficient and dependable way.

Our Equipment

Our aircraft provide you with a greater margin of reliability, standardized training, and a comfortable learning environment. Our large fleet of quality aircraft gives you greater ease of scheduling and fewer lesson cancellations due to scheduled maintenance inspections. The result is efficient flight training that will carry you into your future aviation career.

- Cessna 172S Equipped with Nav II Package
- Cessna 172S NavIII G1000 Glass Cockpit
- Piper Seminole
- RedBird MCX Simulator
- Frasca TruFlite Simulator
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~13 Months

In as few as 13 months, you can train for a career as a Commercially Rated Pilot* (Single Engine, Multi-Engine, and Certified Flight Instructor)

363 Days

McAir Conducts Flight Training

Flight School Training at McAir combined with Certified Instructing** to build hours, then instructing is one of the fastest paths to apply with the airlines.

Completing training and Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) hours building at McAir may provide options and access with the airlines.

Training to become a pilot may open doors to various opportunities**, click to see additional pathways.

*McAir Aviation does not guarantee third-party certifications/ratings.

**Employment is not guaranteed

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