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American Flyers Inc is the oldest flight training school in the United States, having been founded at Midway Airport in 1939.[1] The company operates a chain of facilities at airports all across the United States. American Flyers produces more instrument-rated pilots than any other school in the nation.[citation needed] The company in its current state is the product of a joining of the flight school chain Aviation Training Enterprises and the now-defunct American Flyers Airline. Based in West Chicago, Illinois, American Flyers has eight locations across the United States and one in Mexico City providing flight training to domestic and international students. An FAA-approved part 141 school, American Flyers offers both a two-year and a four-year program that uses a rigid training course syllabus and standardized instructors.  Schools American Flyers currently has eight campuses at airports all across the country. The school headquarters is at the DuPage Airport in West Chicago, Illinois. East coast schools are located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia and Morristown, New Jersey. The west coast school is in Santa Monica. Texas is home to three schools: Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston. Fleet The American Flyers Fleet consists of 65 aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Cessna model 172 Skyhawk.[2] References ^ "School at Dupage County Airport has pilots flying high". Sun Publications (IL) (Sun Publications). February 2, 1998. Retrieved 2009-02-03.  (Registration required.) ^ Dinell, David (July 29, 2003). "Flight school adds five Cessnas to fleet". Wichita Business Journal (American City Business Journals, Inc). Retrieved 2009-02-03.  Jordan, Lam (April 1, 1999). "American Flyers flight school". Plane and Pilot (Werner Publishing Corporation). Retrieved 2009-02-03.  (Registration required.) Fowler, Ron (September 1, 2007). "American Flyers". Plane and Pilot (Werner Publishing Corporation). Retrieved 2009-02-03.  (Registration required.)