The Post 9/11 GI Bill of Benefits
The GI bill will not pay for primary flight training leading to the Private Pilot Certificate.
However, advanced ratings beyond Private Pilot such as Instrument and Commercial certificates are funded.
You must have your Private Pilot Certificate before beginning training under the GI Bill Benefits.
You must attend a Part 141 Accredited Flight School to receive those benefits. Curtis Eads is not a Part 141 Flight School.
A Part 141 school typically takes more hours at a higher hourly cost to receive your private pilots license.
We will suggest it is best to train at a Part 61 school to receive your Private Pilot Certificate then pursue your additional ratings using a more expensive Part 141 School. Once you receive your Private Pilot Certificate you can easily move to another school without penalty.
More current and specific information about the post 9/11 GI Bill as it relates to flight training can be found on the Veteran's Affairs (VA) website.
Curtis Eads Flight School
1200 Gene Bolton Dr.
Suffolk Executive Airport (KSFQ)
Suffolk, VA 23434
Phone: (757) 465-1692
Our office number is a cell and we respond to text messaging as well.
Please leave a message if necessary.