Did you know that AeroStar is one of few flight schools with a 100% approved Veterans program?
Can I get benefits for flight training if I have remaining entitlement under the GI Bill?
You can get benefits for flight
training if you meet the requirements listed below.
Both of these must be true. You:
- Have a private pilot’s license, and
- Have a second-class medical certificate valid for second-class privileges—or a first-class medical certificate if you want to pursue the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate.
Anyone who qualifies for any of the GI
Exception: You aren’t covered if you’re using Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance (DEA).
What benefits can I get?
The benefits depend on the benefit program you use:
you use the Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (MGIB-AD) or the Reserve Educational
Assistance Program (REAP), we’ll pay you back for 60% of the approved fees.
Learn about MGIB-AD.
Learn about REAP.
View the current payment rates for MGIB-AD and REAP.
If you use the Post-9/11 GI Bill, your payment depends on the program and the type of school you’re going to:
- If your school is a stand-alone Part 141 pilot school, we’ll pay the school for the net cost of training up to a yearly limit.*
- If you’re enrolled in a degree program that consists of flight training at a public college or university, we’ll pay back the school for the net cost of tuition and fees.*
- If you’re enrolled in a degree program that consists of flight training at a private college or university, we’ll pay back the school for the net cost of tuition and fees up to a yearly limit.*
*Your level of eligibility and/or your remaining entitlement limits the payment amount.
Since AeroStar is a stand-alone FAA Part 141 school, we fall into this category.
Use your benefits to earn your instrument, commercial, multi-engine, ATP-CTP certification or a Type Rating!
Let us help you take the next step toward a high-altitude civilian career.