Pilot Finance is a private lending institution specializing in loaning money for flight training for private pilot and/or instrument rating candidates in both airplanes and helicopters.
According to the Pilot Finance website, you can apply for a loan for flight training in the United States only at Part 61 and 141 flight schools in a traditional training (non-accelerated) environment.
Students with good credit and reasonable debt-to-income ratios can expect lower interest rates and payments.
Loans are available for any dollar amount consistent with your credit score and debt-to-income ratio.
More details are available at www.pilotfinance.com
AOPA Aviation Finance is committed to providing support for the AOPA mission, which is to help preserve airports, grow the pilot population, and protect the interests of general aviation through advocacy in Washington, DC and all 50 states.
They also offer helicopter flight training financing. To apply, follow these steps.
When you enroll and get a student loan through UVU,
you can apply that loan money toward helicopter flight training
at Corporate Helicopters Flight Training Academy.
Corporate Helicopters Flight Training Academy has partnered with Utah Valley University – Aviation Sciences to bring flight-training students one of the best and most affordable aviation degree programs available.
Here’s how it works:
- When you enroll at UVU, you are working toward a college degree.
- However, the student loan from UVU can be at Corporate Helicopters Flight Training Academy – toward training for your pilot’s license and certificates.
- So at the end of these programs, you end up with both a degree and a license.
UVU is an open-admission university, meaning no student is denied admission.
The University does, however, have enrollment standards. In order to help students enroll in courses that match their academic preparation and ability, admission to the University requires that every student submit ACT/SAT scores; an official high school transcript; and a $35 application fee.
To get started, apply for admission at the UVU Admissions page. After you’re admitted, the steps are different depending on if you are local student attending on-campus classes or an online student.
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