Cost for ALL licenses?
Topic: How to write a school charter
June 24, 2019 / By Blaze Question:
I was wondering how much it would cost to get all the ground training, license costs, and airplane insurance/hourly costs to get your ATP?
I was planning to gon ibnto the aiforce, get my training there.. but do you still need to get training after you get out of the military?
so how much would it cost for training to get your licenses all the way up to ATP and how much would it cost for training to be a pilot after ive been in the airforce?
Best Answers: Cost for ALL licenses?
Ackerlea | 8 days ago
Aviophag is right, but she's a little behind the times cost-wise. Depending on where you train and what aircraft you fly, the Commercial, Instrument, Multi-engine, and Flight Instructor ratings will cost between $35,000 to $50,000 in the USA. Some university flight programs, as well as schools with one year "accelerated training" can cost up to $70,000.
The figures just quoted will just get you to the 250 flight hour mark. To qualify as a charter pilot or air taxi pilot requires a minimum of 500 flight hours.The ATP certificate requires a minimum of 1,500 flight hours. If you were to pay for 1,500 hours of flight time, including a couple hundred hours in multi-engine aircraft (which you would need to qualify as copilot for a regional airline), the total cost would be close to $200,000. Most people cannot afford that (nor can you get flight training loans for that much), so they build time working as flight instructors and in other areas of general aviation.
If you were to learn to fly in the Air Force, all you'd need to do to get your civilian licenses is take groundschool, pass the written tests and take a couple of checkrides. Total cost for that would be around $1000 or so.
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If you go through the military, you can get all the ratings and certificates without spending a penny. The cost is the six years or more in service to your country, which you hopefully will consider a privilege, rather than a cost.
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