Flight Start Helps Student Pilots Choose Their Path
Gracen Jules, a New Orleans-based venture firm focused on aviation startups, flight training and aircraft leasing, has launched “Flight Start”, a new program to help new student pilots explore options and opportunities in flight training.
Gracen Jules specializes in aviation startups including FBOs, charter and hangar builds, as well as factory-new aircraft leasing to a large portfolio of flight schools and aviation degree programs through its partner company FlytFinance.
Flight Start focuses on the prospective pilot’s personality and ambition, and offers guidance on assembling an aviation “welcome” plan that is personalized for the new student.
The program, conducted over the phone and through email with Gracen Jules, evaluates a broad range of flight training options and opportunities, including industry affiliation, self-study capability, airport/flight school research, aircraft preference, financial position, scheduling commitments and long-term aviation plans.
Flight Start is available to all new student pilots, regardless of age, education or finances, and an orientation flight is included for all candidates located near New Orleans, where Gracen Jules is based.
More information on the Flight Start program is available at gracenjules.com.
I agreed when you stated that we should choose a flight school that considers the prospective pilot’s personality and ambition. My friend wants to be a pilot. I should advise him to choose a flight school with a success rate.