Writing A Resume or Online Profile – Student Services Is Here to Help

Guidance Aviation Student Services Department – The Art of Writing and Flying The first day of your helicopter flight training is the day you start presenting yourself to the world.  How you act, your work ethic, your attitude, and of course your flying skills all play major roles in your success as a pilot. What … Continued

Become a Helicopter Pilot – This Job Is Awesome

If You Want It Bad Enough, You Will Figure It Out… When asked what inspired Wes Carter, CFI-I, U.S. Military Veteran, to become a helicopter pilot, the first thing that sprang from his lips was, “Mom”. “She was a hard ass and has always worked diligently for everything she has. She would never feel bad … Continued

Best Helicopter Flight School and Guidance For Selecting The Right Aviation Program

What is the best helicopter flight school? Prospective helicopter pilots seeking guidance on selecting the best helicopter pilot school frequently ask us this question.  We believe the answer resides within the hearts and minds of the future pilots themselves –  The best helicopter flight school is the one that is right for you.  To guide … Continued

Robinson R66 Receives EASA Certification

R66 Going to Europe Torrance, CA — On April 30, 2014, four years after initial FAA certification, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued its type certificate for the Robinson R66 Turbine helicopter. Robinson is pleased to add EASA member states to the now over fifty countries (including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, Russia, South Africa, … Continued

Guidance Aviation Receives Operational Excellence Award

Strong leadership and commitment to safety acknowledged by Starr Aviation Starr Aviation has named Guidance Aviation of Prescott, Arizona and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a recipient of the Starr Aviation Operational Excellence Award during the first day of the world’s largest helicopter convention, HELI-EXPO 2014, in Anaheim, California. The Starr Aviation presentation took place in Guidance … Continued

Helicopter Flight Cost Reduction Training – Army and Schools Save Millions

Helicopter Flight Schools and The Military Save Millions Using Advanced Flight Simulators Leading public and private institutions utilize the best technologies available to reduce student training costs. A good example of a public institution is the U.S. Army, which utilizes state of the art helicopter flight training simulators to save up to $70 million dollars … Continued

4th Annual National Safety Stand Down: Cottonwood Airport, Saturday, April 20th

Join Guidance Aviation at the FAASTeam National Safety Stand Down, Cottonwood Airport, Saturday, April 20, 2013, 9AM. This year  thousands of pilots across the country will come together as a Safety Community to participate in a dynamic, interactive program devoted to Local Safety Issues, Loss of Control, and the number one aviation fatal factor – … Continued

Wheels, Wings, & Rotors Get A U.S. Marine Veteran Vertical

Photo Copyright (c) 2012, Guidance Aviation Born in Prescott, Arizona, Israel Tilman grew up traveling the world with his globetrotting missionary parents.  A U.S. Marine Veteran, having served five years active duty and three years inactive reserves, Tilman discovered he could use his GI Bill benefits to pay for his helicopter flight training at Guidance … Continued