Provo, Utah is the perfect place for students ready to jumpstart their career in aviation.
Known for its beautiful weather and gorgeous mountain landscape, Provo boasts 320+ flying days per year, allowing for uninterrupted training of our career program students.
Provo Airport (KPVU) is a Class D (tower-controlled) airport located just outside of Salt Lake’s Class B airspace. As Utah’s second busiest airport, with multiple Class D airports in the vicinity and many training areas to support our students’ needs, flying out of KPVU exposes our students to a rich and diverse training environment that’s perfect for career-oriented instruction. Amongst the lively college town and beautiful mountain landscape, students learn to communicate with air traffic control while transitioning through airspaces, with access to a multitude of instrument approaches and many stunning cross-country destinations. At an airport altitude of 4500 feet mean sea level (MSL), the surrounding terrain provides the perfect base for our High-Altitude Training Course.
The Universal Flight Concepts and Universal Helicopters training facilities are located at Provo Airport (KPVU) on the Second Floor of the Tac Air building. We operate at the east side of the airport, with our own hangers and maintenance facility adjacent the ramp. To learn more about our facilities, click the link below.
For a complete list of training offered this location, see below.