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You can't help but have fun while flying!
 

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Modern and well maintained aircraft with great safety records.

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Economical, fuel efficient aircraft make earning your pilot certificate more affordable than ever.

Welcome to GT Aviation

We are located at Potomac Airfield in Friendly, MD and Maryland Airport in Bryans Road, MD each just a short drive from downtown Washington, DC.  Whether you are contemplating learning to fly, or are an existing pilot looking for a new rating, BFR, or IPC, we are the flight training school for you.  Give us a call or better yet stop by the airport and take a look around.  Your new adventure is waiting!

 

You've always wanted to learn to fly, now do it!

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Aviation News

  • Helicopter Crash Kills 13 Earthquake Survivors

    The only fatalities resulting from the magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Mexico on Friday were 13 people on the ground hit by a crashing military Blackhawk helicopter on Saturday.

  • Canada Looks At Laser Pointer Ban

    Canada is looking at banning some types of laser pointers after its Transport Minister ordered his staff to look at “all possible options” to halt laser attacks on aircraft.

  • Iran ATR 72 Crash Kills 65

    All 65 people aboard an Aseman Airlines ATR-72 turboprop were killed when the aircraft crashed in bad weather in the mountains of southern Iran Sunday.

  • Short Final

    ATC: Squawk 0007 maintain 4500 direct to XXXX … Me: Maintain 4500 direct XXXX, squawk licensed to kill … ATC: only if your name is Bond, James Bond … Me: Since my name is Dave I guess I will just

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  • Canada Certifies Pipistrel Alpha Electro

    Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) has certified the Pipistrel Alpha Electro in its advanced ultralight category, the first certification of an electric aircraft in North America.

  • First Drone-Caused Crash?

    The FAA and NTSB are now mulling the circumstances of a relatively minor helicopter crash in South Carolina that may go down in history as the first U.S. aircraft crash caused by a drone.

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Potomac Airfield
10300 Glen Way
Ft. Washington, MD 20744
301.248.1711
Fax: 888.966.0287

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Maryland Airport
3900 Livingston Road
Indian Head, MD 20640
301.375.7133
Fax: 888.966.0287
 
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GT-Aviation in the News!

Financing for your flight training is now available!

Call or email today for details.

GT Aviation is now a Part 141 flight school!

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Cirrus SR-22 SE Turbo Now Available

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Aircraft Owners and Pilot's Association (AOPA) features GT Aviation!

Check out the full article here!

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