If you’re ready to learn how to fly, the professional flight instructors at California Aeronautical University are ready to make you a pilot.
The Ventura County Flight Training Center is powered by CAU.
Qualified university instructors from CAU provide flight training at Oxnard Airport through the VCFTC. Plus, as a part of the University, the student pilots at the VCFTC can benefit from the structure of a Part 141 education program with the flexibility of a Part 61 flight school.
Learn how to fly at the Ventura County Flight Training Center at Oxnard Airport. For more information, contact us today and schedule an introductory flight training session.
From the University’s main campus located at Bakersfield International Airport, CAU offers a bachelor’s degree professional pilot program, along with programs in aircraft maintenance, dispatch and aviation business.
Students live, eat and breathe aviation at CAU. Some of the campus features include:
- 39,000 square foot flight center
- 32 shaded hangar ports
- Spacious 32,000 square foot hangar
- 168-room on-site student housing
- Recreation center with pool, gym and athletic courts
- On-site dining
CAU students also benefit from the University’s airline partnerships, which can offer graduates a pathway to employment.
California Aeronautical University holds FAA Part 141 approval.
Visit the California Aeronautical University website for more information on the University’s flight degrees and other aeronautical programs.