Funding for professional, career-type training presents special challenges for both students and schools. Compared to students who fly for personal or recreational reasons, career training costs are higher, the schedules are usually more accelerated and frequently there is a need to defer payments until training is complete. The Career Training FAQs link in the white panel on the right addresses important questions about whether Pilot Finance programs may or may not be useful for your career training.

Career Training Concerns

For Students and Flight Schools

Pilot Finance programs are designed primarily for part-time private pilot and instrument training. If you are a student pursuing a professional pilot career or a flight school specializing in commercial or accelerated training, we strongly recommend you take a few minutes to review all of the Career Training FAQs, by clicking the link below.