Save HUNDREDS of Dollars on Your Private Pilot Training
Learn Simple Money Generating Ideas to Fund Your Flight Training
Understand Many of the Costs of Learning to Fly
Be focused on achieving your dream!
Do you have the dream of flying an airplane? Have you been staring at the sky wondering how to pay for it? Do you want to achieve your flying dreams without accruing large amounts of debt? If you said "YES!", then you are in the right place. This course delves into some specific fundraising practices to fund your flight training. The specific focus is on earning your private pilot license in the United States, however, these methods could be used to pay for other ratings as well. This course offers over 20 information packed lessons providing you with some time tested and proven ways that I and others have used to pay for flight training as well as some tips for saving hundreds or possibly thousands of dollars during the process. This course is primarily for those individuals who are pursuing aviation as a hobby but is useful for anyone interested in flight training--specifically in the U.S. You will gain access to a wealth of research on this topic including a compilation of websites, books, and other sources that will help you continue learning after your complete the course. Don't give up on your dream, dive in to the course, and learn how you can make it happen! Enroll today!
Who this course is for:
Student Pilots Seeking the Private Pilot Certificate in the United States
Non-Career Seeking Pilots
Those who have dreamed of flying...but thought it was too expensive
Although some ideas could be helpful, this course is not aimed at those seeking a professional career in aviation
Tim is a college professor, aviation enthusiast, and United States Federal Aviation Administration Certificated Private Pilot. He successfully created a flight training plan for himself, saved and/or raised the necessary funds to achieve it, and completed the plan in less than three months. Tim completed training in less time and saved $2,000 more than the average student pilot in the United States.