It’s no secret that commercial flight training is expensive. But there may be funding opportunities available to help you.
Funding your flight training
By choosing a modular training path, you are already slashing the cost of your training in comparison to going to an integrated school. Instead of depositing over £100,000 at the start of your training, you can choose your own pathway – and bring your costs down to around £55,000-70,000.
Of course, that’s still a significant expense. But we can help you identify funding opportunities that may be available to you and set a budget – one with contingency for the unexpected so you can keep your training on track. The benefit of choosing the modular route is that you can work a full-time job while also studying to become a commercial pilot. This can make the modular route significantly more affordable compared to integrated routes. Here is an example of a student’s training costs to see how much it might cost you to train via the modular route. Typically, training via the modular route costs between £55,000-£70,000. Our training advisor can help you prepare a budget.
Get our funding guide
We’ve created a short guide to some of the potential funding options available to you in the UK – although the situation may be different in your own country, the same principles are likely to apply. You can download it for free. GET THE GUIDE
What do past members say?
“Wings Alliance really helped me to organise my modular training and looked after me every step of the way, making sure I was receiving top-quality instruction for a competitive price.” Sam Mear, Former student
“I really feel the Wings Alliance helped me secure my job with Thomas Cook.” Michael Windsor, First Officer, British Airways