Many students complete the entire commercial pilot program in one year.
Your pursuit of higher education is one of the most important investments you’ll make. And once you’ve decided to take your future to the next level, the first step in financing your education starts with exploring personal and family resources for funding your dreams. After you’ve identified your personal resources, the next step is to investigate financial aid opportunities, as well as other financial assistance programs that can supplement your financing.
Programs at California Flight Academy are broken up into 4 Phases as highlighted below:
|FAA Commercial||Pilot Program - 192 hours*||Hours|
|Phase I||Private Pilot License||55||$11,965|
|Phase II||Instrument Rating||55||$13,365|
|Phase III||Pre Commercial||55||$9,295|
|Phase IV||Commercial Pilot License||27||$9,460|
Additional Courses, Services and Fees are as follows:
|Total Additional Fees:||$5,265|
|I-20 Fee, Sevis Fee, Fingerprints||$1,190|
|Aircraft Deductible Fee||$225|
|FAA Written Exam Fees x 3||$495|
|FAA Checkride Examiner Fees x 3||$2,100|
*Prices may vary depending on choice of aircraft and actual flight training hours. Prices above based upon a Cessna 152 and a Piper Warrior. An Ipad Air 2 with GPS and minimum memory of 64GB is required for training. You can purchase this at CFA when you arrive, or you can bring one with you. There are no large deposits required by CFA, we just require $5,000 when you arrive to open your student account and then monthly payments of $5,000. To obtain additional information or clarification, please complete the Request Information Form above, or feel free to contact your Admissions Advisor at email@example.com or call (619) 448-2212.REQUEST FORM