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Dylan Aviation School of Aerobatics and Airmanship is a stick and rudder flight school specializing in aerobatic training, spin and upset recovery, tailwheel training and emergency maneuver training.

Offered Flight Training

Assuage your anxiety of stalls; become confident of cross-wind landings; enjoy the freedom and fun of aerial maneuvers; become skillful in your ability to recover from unusual attitudes and confident in your avoidance of loss of control.

Make Dylan Aviation School of Aerobatics and Airmanship your Florida destination for stick and rudder flight training. Fly for a day or fly for a week and enjoy this five star Florida venue:

  • Location – Enjoy great Florida weather close to the ocean and south Florida attractions. Indiantown Airport (X58), 20654 Citrus Blvd, Indiantown, Florida.
  • Dual instruction – fly with a Master Certified Flight Instructor – Aerobatic.
  • Effective training – learn from a proven syllabus and techniques based upon the two fundamentals of airmanship and the laws of aerodynamics. 
  • Super Decathlon – realize a level of comfort and familiarity in this forgiving airplane with super performance.
  • Country Airport – take off and land from a 6400 foot grass runway and fly in uncontrolled airspace.

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