Professional Flight Concentration

Serving Through Flight

When you graduate with a mission aviation degree, you’ll have about 220 flight hours. Some of those hours will be in our multi-engine airplanes, and around 20 hours will be in our Cessna 206 single engine aircraft. With our modern fleet, you'll also be prepared to fly the high-tech turbine aircraft that are quickly replacing older airplanes on the mission field.

Certifications you will earn:

  • Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician Certificate
  • Private Pilot Certificate :
    • Instrument Rating
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate
    • Single Engine
    • Instrument Ratings
    • Multi-engine

Optional certifications:

  • Flight Instructor Certificate
    • Single Engine Airplane
    • Instrument Ratings
    • Multi-engine Airplane

For more information, view the course requirements.


What can you do with this concentration?

There are LETU alumni serving as missionary pilots all around the world, thanks to the rigorous pilot training, mission flying experience and strong aircraft systems curriculum our program offers.

  • Missionary pilot
  • Missionary pilot technician
  • Aircraft maintenance technician
  • Airline pilot
  • Corporate pilot