Are there any costs that are not reimbursable by the VA?

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There are additional costs (approximate) that you are responsible for paying which include:

  1.  Books – $150.00
  2. Supplies – $100.00
  3. FAA written exam – $165.00
  4. Designated examiner fee – $600
  5. Scheduling and FAA records tracking – $45 per month

 

Although the costs outlined above cannot be paid to the school directly by the VA, you may be eligible for reimbursement for the cost of obtaining your licenses and/or certifications by applying directly to the VA.

Note:  Pre-flight briefings and post-flight critiques (pre/post) must be conducted in conjunction with an actual flight that is reimbursable  for VA education benefits in order to be certified for reimbursement by the VA.  Pre/post is not to be confused with ground school which is formal class training to prepare students to take the FAA written exam for that course.

You will be responsible for paying any cost not approved by the VA.  We encourage you to reach out to your VA representative for more information.

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