Gateway is the leading Insurance Flight Training Facility in St.Louis. Most insurance underwriters require a minimum experience level for pilots moving to faster, heavier, or more complex aircraft. We will work with a pilot and tailor training to meet insurance requirements and provide the pilot the flight skills needed.
PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT TRAINING
Gateway Flight Solutions provides Professional MANAGEMENT, FLIGHT TRAINING, and CREW services for corporate and private aircraft. At Gateway, we have carefully selected our associate aviation professionals to provide maximum safety and comfort to our clients.
PILOT AND CREW TRAINING FACILITY
Pilot and Crew training may be conducted at the client’s office or airport or at the Gateway Flight Training Facility at St. Louis Creve Coeur (1H0) or St. Louis Spirit (KSUS). Gateway facilities provide training, relaxation areas and hangar space for most client furnished aircraft.
EXPERIENCED FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS
Gateway instructors are professional aviators. Experience is the key to quality education. Gateway Instructor Pilots are highly experienced ATP rated professionals. Gateway Instructors have held positions as airline company check airmen, chief pilots and military flight leaders.
GATEWAY FLIGHT TRAINING IS USING ITS FRASCA 142 MULTI-ENGINE FTD TO AID PILOTS IN PERFECTING PROCEDURES. Gateway Flight Training is utilizing its FRASCA FTD to aid pilots with instrument procedures. This cost effective system gives students and experienced pilots the advantage of flying procedures that they are not familiar with. FRASCA 142 rental fees are […]
Gateway Flight Training announced today that it will begin offering additional advanced avionics classes. These classes are being offered to aid pilots and crews to transition to more complex flight decks. The course additions are offered as 8 hour classroom sessions with on-line student study prior to the classroom session. The latest additions to the […]
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Gateway Mission Statement
Aviation education and the development of a public that views Commercial and Corporate Aviation in a favorable light is critical
to the survival of our industry. Quality Training in aviation, aviation science,
and business is a must for industry growth.
“Just good enough is not an option”
We have started Gateway Flight Training and Gateway Flight Solutions with this goal in mind.
Our mission at Gateway is to encourage and promote safety and accountability in aviation.
While planning a trip to Alaska in my Navajo Chieftain I did Instrument Proficiency Training with Gateway Flight Training. My Gateway Instructor worked with me to improve my instrument skills. The training I received paid off when I got a hold and an Instrument approach with no radar service. My Gateway training made the difference.
My TBM 850 is a beautiful airplane and quite a step up from my previous Turbo Prop. The Instructors at Gateway have made the Initial and Transition training a pleasure. I can truly say that I am comfortable in my new aircraft due to the training I have received at Gateway. Thank you.
I am a local VFR Private Pilot. I fly a Piper Arrow. The Gateway Instructors have helped me become a more proficient pilot. I now fly more often at night due to my improved skills. Training for a High Performance Endorsement in a 300 hp Cherokee is a challenge. My Gateway Instructor is patient and very thorough.
My insurance company required a mentor pilot for my 400 series Cessna Cabin Twin. Gateway mentor pilots flew with me for the required time. My mentor helped me perfect the advanced skills needed to fly a pressurized heavy twin. Thanks, I’ll be back for recurrent training.
I was a low time single engine Private Pilot. I trained with Gateway Instructors for my Multi Engine Rating. The training I received helped me pass the check ride with ease. I now fly my own 300 series Cessna Twin.
While training for an Instrument Rating with Gateway I immediately knew there was a difference. My instructor Bryan brought the application of real world flying into my training. I passed my check ride and recently finished High Performance Transition and an Instrument Proficiency Check with Gateway.