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Get your instrument rating in just TWO WEEKS!

Do you want to get your instrument rating but don’t have the time it takes to get it? Well then it’s time for US Sport Aircraft’s TWO WEEK accelerated instrument training program!

Here’s what you’ll need to have completed in order to begin the two-week accelerated program:

1. Successfully completed FAA instrument written test
2. Private Pilot Certificate
3. FAA medical certificate
4. Passport OR birth certificate
5. Driver’s license

Your US Sport Aircraft team will assist you with everything you need for your visit including extended hotel lodging information, restaurant recommendations, assistance with car rental, and anything else you can think of!

For more information about this exciting program please call 972-735-9099 or email Nathan at


US Sport Flight Academy is a branch of US Sport Aircraft. Since 2006, US Sport Aircraft has sold over 600 aircraft, trained over 4000 pilots, and revolutionized flight training in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. And that was just the beginning.

With the tripling of our flight instruction team, addition of dozens of new programs, and acquisition of a brand new flight training facility at Addison Airport, we have created the new benchmark for modern and efficient flight training!

At US Sport Flight Academy you can earn your sport, private, instrument, commercial, multi, CFI, CFII, MEI, and more! And the best part? A guaranteed interview upon completion of our CFI program. You’ll build time as a flight instructor until reaching airline minimums – that’s just 2 years from zero to airline pilot!

A unique feature of flight training at US Sport Flight Academy is that we also offer unconventional programs such as aerobatic training, tail wheel training, upset recovery, and more! You name it, we teach it!

We offer both self-paced and accelerated training at a fraction of the cost of competing flight schools, and you’ll be doing it in brand new to late-model aircraft. Forget those rusty broken down antiques they fly at those other schools! A wide variety of aircraft and advanced glass cockpit avionics for as low as $125 an hour can’t be beat anywhere else – guaranteed!

Our team is here and ready to fly – give us a call and make your dreams become a reality!

Come find out what all the buzz is about. US Sport Aircraft is located on the Addision Airport (KADS) in Addison, TX, near Dallas.

4700 Airport Parkway
Addison, Texas 75001

Our phone number is 972.735.9099. Give us a call. Even if it’s just to say “hi.”

US Sport Flight Academy now has a full motion flight simulator

US Sport Flight Academy now has a full motion flight simulator!


The Redbird FMX is the first flight simulator designed to meet the new challenges faced by modern flight training providers. With standard features that are anything but standard the FMX delivers unmatched training value and provides advantages that are simply unavailable in other training devices, in any weather.

The FMX’s electric motion platform and wrap-around visual offer multi-million dollar realism at a price any flight school can afford. With a training environment this realistic, it’s no surprise over 20 aviation authorities have approved the FMX, including the FAA and European Aviation Safety Agency.


If you are an Instrument student, 20 of the 40 hours required can be completed in our Redbird FMX Simulator.

Whether you are currently one of our students, renters or if you are simply looking to add economical hours to your logbook, call us and we will get your scheduled for the Redbird experience.


Finding A Czech Mate For Flying Adventures

The European SportCruiser LSA comes into its own

“It was a Cinderella story gone bad in 2011 when Piper Aircraft, just one year after plucking the sleek Czech-built CSA SportCruiser from obscurity and rechristening it the PiperSport, unceremoniously dumped the aircraft that the famed OEM had licensed as its LSA offering. But, anyone who thought the stylish, well-built SportCruiser had used up its 15 minutes and would disappear back into the European light-sport pack most likely never flew the aircraft or considered that the pilots from Piper were smitten for a reason—regardless of what went on behind closed doors that led to the split.”

Published on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, in Plane & Pilot Magazine

Story By James Wynbrandt, Photos By Jim Koepnick

To read the full story from Plane & Pilot Magazine, click here!