Flight Training & Pilot School Loans
We fly's Learn to Fly program makes achieving your aviation training goals easy and affordable. Pilot school loans provide a fixed-rate line of credit from $5,000 to $30,000. Access your line of credit and transfer funds to your checking account online, reducing time and stress managing receipts, faxes and wire transfers.
A line of credit will allow the student to pay the flight school directly and to attend any flight school they desire.
This is not a student loan! We fly’s Flight Training Loan is a more flexible option as you can use the loan at your local flight school. Traditional aviation student loans are generally only available for 4-year university degree programs.
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To learn more about what We Florida Financial has to offer, contact our aviation loan expert:
Director of Aviation Lending
Note: We Florida Financial does not finance helicopters, seaplanes, experimental or jet-powered aircraft. The aircraft must be 1960 or newer, fully assembled and certified for flight and in full compliance with FAA airworthiness directives. The aircraft and borrower must be located within the 48 contiguous United States. Borrowers must meet credit union eligibility criteria.
How to pay for flight school training
Paying for all the licenses you will need usually requires a combination of the following:
- Get a loan to cover some of the costs
- Get a flight training scholarship
- Talk to an airline recruiter about training reimbursements
Aviation school financing
How much does it cost to become a pilot? If you are looking just to fly as a hobby, the typical private pilot license can usually be achieved for about $7,000-$12,000. If you opt to take the career path and fly for the airlines, you may spend up to $75,000 to complete all the training. Flight training costs do vary greatly by the school you attend, the amount of experience you have, and how quickly you complete the training. We always suggest contacting your local flight school for an accurate quote.