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International Students

As a U.S. Vocational School, Air Direct Airways is approved to accept International Students offering the M-1(I-20) visa.

Highlights of Air Direct Airways:

  • Offering Flight Instruction since 1997
  • Flying  in an ATC Controlled field; Nashua (KASH) is a Class D towered field and training from the beginning with a tower familiarizes the pilot early on with real-world flying
  • Adjacent to Boston Class B Airspace allows comfort with communications in one of America’s most active areas
  • Instructor/Student one-on-one training provides effective learning and retention
  • Affordable housing available
  • Several Examiners available locally, no wait upon completion of course
  • It sure is nice to fly in sunny weather every day, but here at Air Direct Airways, we train the professional pilot in real-world New England weather conditions that require skills not developed in sunny-weather flying

For more information for International Students:

Call (603) 882-5606 and talk to our International Student Specialist.


New Flight Instructor

On Saturday April 29th Air Direct Airways Flight Academy Welcomes a new CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) Robert Roland. When you see Robert please congratulate him. He will be a welcome addition to our professional staff of Instructors.

All August Checkride Success's

Air Direct Airways Flight Academy has had 4 successful checkrides and one successful Solo this month of August. Brian Coelho passed his Private Pilot Multi Engine exam. Harsha Venkatesh passed his Single Engine Private Pilot exam. Doug Place passed his Single Engine Pilot exam as well. J Camden smith III passed his CFI exam and Tim O'Neill has Solo'd towards his Private Pilot ticket. Congrats to all Pilots and their Instructors as well.

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