Westwind School of Aeronautics, Phoenix LLC

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Westwind School of Aeronautics is a high quality, part 141 flight training school in Phoenix Arizona. Westwind School of Aeronautics is proud to bring you the best professional flight training options available. We have listened to industry professionals and created a comprehensive flight syllabus that includes everything an aspiring pilot needs to stand out above the competition. We hold ourselves to the highest degree of professionalism with formal ground briefings, airline oriented flight training, a comprehensive flight syllabus, and by offering the most advanced training in cutting edge glass cockpit aircraft and simulators.

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