For Immediate Release

Thursday March 31, 2016



Nationally recognized flight school debuts “Nashville Pilot Camp” program for teens.


Nashville, Tenn – Nashville Flight Training announces Nashville Pilot Camp June 27 through July 1 for teens ages 13 to 18 with an interest in aviation. Attendees will receive FAA-certified flight instruction in a real airplane. Additionally, participants will receive tours of aviation maintenance facilities and other support facilities at the Nashville International Airport.


“We are excited to have the opportunity to train the next generation of pilots here in Nashville,” says Isaac Shrum, Nashville Flight Training’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “The national pilot shortage we are currently experiencing makes this the perfect time to learn to fly, especially for youth with future plans of becoming a professional pilot.”


Specially designed for ages 13 to 18, Nashville Pilot Camp offers the opportunity to find out what it really takes to learn to fly. During this one week summer camp, students will learn through hands-on participation as they gain valuable aviation experience. Participants also will learn disciplines of aviation through science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), while meeting like-minded aviation enthusiasts their own age. For more information or to register, visit or call 615-366-9192.



Nashville Flight Training was started in 2010 with its base at Nashville International Airport. Recently recognized nationally with the AOPA 2015 Flight Training Excellence Awards Honor Roll, the flight training facility features state-of-the-art equipment and award-winning instructors capable of taking a student from initial private pilot training to a career in aviation. Since its inception, Nashville Flight Training has offered instruction to hundreds of students. For more information, visit its website at or call 615-366-9192.