Professional Pilot


Campus sits adjacent to airport

No driving is needed to get from the classroom to K-State's ramp. Training takes place on a 12,300 foot runway that also has crosswind and parallel runways.

University transportation program

All of our student pilots have the unique opportunity to fly right seat in our turbine aircraft as part of Kansas State University's transportation program.

Affordable costs

Affordable flight and tuition costs compared to other top aviation universities. K-State is a state university, which keeps prices reasonable. The university's degrees allow students to use federal loans to assist with costs.

Start flying right away

Begin flying within 2 weeks of the start of semester. Students begin flying with certified flight instructors just 2 weeks after starting ground school.

K-State pilot students receive an educational experience unlike any other.