In celebration of national “Learn to Fly” month in May, Nashville Flight Training is hosting an open house on Monday, May 17, 2021, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Aspiring pilots will have the opportunity to take a tour, meet experienced pilots and instructors, and learn how to get started in the world of aviation.

The flight school is located at Nashville International Airport, 801 Hangar Lane, Hangar #7. More information is available at

The event is free and open to the public, first-come, first-served with limited capacity.

“With major airlines ramping back up to pre-pandemic hiring levels, pilots are extremely in-demand. It’s the perfect time to launch your career in aviation,” said Chris Erlanson, president of Nashville Flight Training. “In addition, financing options are available, making it easy to get started and train at your own pace.”

Nashville Flight Training recently announced it has joined with International Aviation Services (IAS) to offer local student pilots a direct, FAA-approved track to the highest certification in the industry: Airline Transport Pilot (ATP). The partnership provides a start-to-finish route for student pilots to gain the experience needed to fly with major airlines worldwide.

As part of national Learn to Fly month, Nashville Flight Training is also offering $10 off Discovery Flights during the month of May, giving aspiring aviators a chance to take the controls of a real airplane with a certified instructor and see Nashville from a whole new perspective.

To purchase, visit and enter coupon code LEARNTOFLY.

“Flying an airplane is an experience unlike any other, and it’s a career with amazing opportunities to travel to places near and far. If you have always dreamed of becoming a pilot, or you’re thinking about a career change, this is a great time to get started. The skies are calling!” Erlanson said.

About Nashville Flight Training
Established in 2010, Nashville Flight Training provides affordable flight instruction from award winning, FAA-certified instructors and offers state-of-the-art equipment. The flight training facility is based at the Nashville International Airport. More information is available at