- August 18, 2020 at 9:53 pm #28466JohnnyParticipant
To whom it may concern, I’m curious about the Student Account & Pay As You Fly method of financing my flight training. Is it possible to see a timeline break down of the cost of training as a student progresses through their training?
My understanding is $10,000 must be deposited into a Students Account and once the account gets to $1000, more money must be deposited to continue flight training.
The reason I ask is that if I have a greater understanding of the cost demands over the course of training, I may be able to start training sooner. My current thinking though is to just save the required $39633.75 required for the Airline Pilot Program by August 2021.
Thank you very much.
JohnnyAugust 19, 2020 at 1:37 pm #28497Jonell – Epic StaffKeymaster
Thank you for participating in our forum!
To give you an idea of how much you will need if you want to take our Airline Pilot Program for international students, please refer to the following:
* Private Pilot: 3 months ($21,057.75)
* Instrument Pilot: 2 months ($12,376.00)
* Single-Engine Commercial Initial: 2 months ($13,797.80)
Basically, you will start with a private pilot training, then instrument rating, and lastly the commercial pilot training.
To see the full cost breakdown, please check here: https://epicflightacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/airline-pilot-programming-international-students-pricing.pdf
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