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The brand-new 11,600-square foot facility is set to open by spring 2022 and is named after the Bookers, two aviation enthusiasts and longtime Oklahoma State supporters.

Flying high

a new chapter for OSU Aviation
Located just south of Stillwater Regional Airport, the facility will include spaces for individual flight debriefings, encourage on-site group instruction and discussions and offer state-of-the-art simulator technology, dispatch space and student common areas. Flight operations will continue out of the existing flight center (north of the airport) until the new facility opens.

Flight training and certifications

OSU flight training for professional pilot students includes Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification with courses offered in private, instrument, commercial, multiengine, certified flight instructor (CFI), CFI-instrument and CFI-multiengine. All flight training is conducted under FAA Part 141 standards.

Student Resources

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Prospective Students

Learn more about the professional pilot program, including frequently asked questions related to cost, accreditation and more.

General information
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Current Students

Get information about weather, flight costs and more as well as access important documents.

General information Standard operating procedures Recent certifications and accomplishments Flight account payments
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Safety Management Systems

Learn about our commitment to a proactive safety culture, including formalized safety standards and practices.

Learn more Submit safety input form
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Student Organizations

Join one of our aviation-specific student organizations or check out the full list of opportunities offered through the College of Education and Human Sciences.

American Association for Airport Executives Flying Aggies Women in Aviation College of Education and Human Sciences



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