U.S.-Central Training

States included in U.S.-Central:  Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin. Web Link Adventure Seaplanes Seaplane Training, Rentals, Sales and Tours. Adventure Seaplanes offers private and commercial seaplane ratings, which takes approximately 6 -10 hours of flight training, and 2 -3 days to complete. And they are on Aerocet floats too. Pay them a visit. Web Link Northwestern Michigan College AVF-275 -- Seaplane Flight In this course, the student will gain the skills, knowledge, and experience to receive endorsement for the FAA Practical Test. Students will learn in a Piper Super Cub on floats as they demonstrate maneuvers and landings. Group 2 course. Web Link Grand Seaplanes Add a seaplane rating to your Private or Commercial Single-Engine Land License in as little as three days! Fly our Lake Amphibian in Tulsa at KRVS or on Drowning Creek at Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Web Link Lakeshore Aviation Lakeshore Aviation, a FBO located in Manitowoc, WI (just 35NM east of OSH) operates the only full-time seaplane school in Wisconsin! For more information about seaplane training in the Midwest, contact Curt Drumm, CFI. Or call Lakeshore Aviation at 920-682-0043. Web Link WaterWings Seaplane School Get your seaplane rating on historic Lake Martin, Alabama's most beautiful lake. Train in either an Aviat Husky on amphibious floats, or a Cessna 150 on straight floats.  In a typical two-day course you'll fly 2 to 3 hours a day, and there's no FAA written exam. Getting your WaterWings counts as a bi-annual flight review; if you've already got your rating, we can help you keep your sealegs, too, with recurrency training.