US Aviation Launches Accelerated Career Program with Student Loans
[Denton, Texas, November 1, 2018] US Aviation is launching a new Accelerated Career Program for aspiring pilots with student loans available through a major national lender. In nine months, students will earn all their licenses and ratings including Commercial Single and Multi, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), CFI-Instrument, and Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI). The all-in, fixed cost for the program, including check rides and supplies, is an industry-leading $74,495.
Students can finance the full cost of the program and living costs with student loans. US Aviation’s lending partner offers deferred repayment, so students do not begin payments until six months after they have completed the program and begin working as flight instructors. US Aviation anticipates hiring virtually all graduates. Mark Taylor, Chief Development Officer and Head of Recruitment, says that “US Aviation anticipates hiring graduates of the Accelerated Career Program to meet our growing demand for flight training from both domestic and international clients.”
The first class is slated to start on January 11th, 2019 in Denton, Texas. All interested students are encouraged to apply on US Aviation’s website. Slots will be limited, so applicants are encouraged to apply to both US Aviation and the lender as soon as possible.
US Aviation’s mission is to provide world class professional flight training, aviation services and support to global customers. We are a privately held Texas corporation that strives to be the undisputed leader in elite aviator development and premier aviation services. We began operations in 2003 with the current owners acquiring the business in January 2006. US Aviation Academy operates two FAA and CAAC certificates from three training bases. Our main campus and corporate headquarters are located at the Denton Enterprise Airport (KDTO). We have two additional campuses; North Texas Regional Airport (KGYI) and Alliance Airport (KAFW). Our Academy focuses on training cadets who are pursuing a professional career in aviation using a fleet of over 100 aircraft and simulators maintained by our FAA approved 145 repair station.