Icon A5

Fly the A5 on Either Coast
Located in Northern California and Tampa, ICON Flight Centers are minutes away from some of the world’s best water flying. Perfect for honing maneuvers and water landings.

ICON Flight Center/

Northern California
2141 ICON Way
Vacaville, CA 95688
sales@iconaircraft.com
707.564.4100

ICON Flight Center/

Tampa
825 Severn Ave
Tampa, FL 33606
sales@iconaircraft.com
813.387.6650

Be a Pilot
Whether flying is something you already do or something you’ve always dreamt
of doing but thought was out of reach, ICON and the A5 will show you flying
like you’ve never imagined.

Our training courses are intended to show you how to get the most from the A5 in this unique operating environment. Not a pilot yet? No problem. The A5 is the perfect platform to get your feet wet with a Sport Flying Introductory flight or our SPL course to get your Sport Pilot License. If you’re already a sport pilot or above, ICON offers two transition courses depending on your previous experience: TX-S if you already have a water endorsement or seaplane rating, and TX-L if you don’t.

ICON Flight Training is available to A5 Deposit Holders only, with the exception of the Sport Flying Introduction (SFI), which is available to US citizens 16 years of age and older.

To learn more about ICON Flight Centers, call IFC NorCal: 707.564.4100 or IFC Tampa (831) 387-6650

Learn From Those With
the Right Stuff
Your ICON Flight Instructor will ultimately be responsible for your safety whenever you fly, and ICON applies its rigorous standards when it comes to picking who will teach you. ICON Flight Instructors are the best of the best. Fighter jets. Gliders. Experimentals. Amphibians. Our team has flown them and trained people to fly them.

 

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