Aviation

Fly the friendly NorCal skies.

An aviation degree at PUC comes with some unique advantages. With an average of 282 sunny days per year you’re sure to log more flight hours than typical students in other programs and you’ll log them flying over the most incredible scenes; forested mountains, rocky beaches, and colorful vineyards.

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Welcome to the Fleet

Welcome our newest addition! The PUC Flight Center has just completed the purchase of Piper Cherokee N15824.

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These Views

While aviation major James Yang flew over Angwin, dept. chair, Chris Cho captured this wonderful image of our College on the Mountain.

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Excellent Training

Ryan Bigelow, senior aviation major, and new pilot, just passed his FAA private pilot check-ride. Such a great accomplishment!

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How Much Will I Make?

In 2017, the median annual wage for airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers was $137,330.

Careers

  • Commercial airline pilot
  • Air ambulance
  • Fire-fighting
  • Air traffic controller
  • Overseas mission flying
  • Aerial photography
  • Skydiving piloting

Contact Us

Aviation
Flight Center
One Angwin Avenue
Angwin, CA 94508

(707) 965-6219

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Aviation Addendum

From Vineyards to Skydiving: Aviation Grad Climbs to Managing His Own Fleet

As a kid, Rick Harter watched Top Gun for the first time and decided then and there he wanted to fly. “Without hesitation, my dad told me I absolutely could become a pilot someday,” Harter recalls. “He told me if I worked hard, I could fly around in jets when I grew up and I thought that was so awesome!”

September 23, 2019

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