Embarking on any professional career has substantial 'start-up' costs. Along with the time commitment of studying and training for hours, there is a significant financial investment required to become a pilot.
The duration and cost of the programs vary by country, school and selected program. This due to local government aviation regulations and local costs. The CAE Oxford Aviation Academy school where you wish to enroll can provide you with detailed costs of their program.
Included in the cost of program (typically) are:
- The complete ab-initio training (ground school and flying training),
- All course materials and text books
- Pilot uniform
- Transportation between the campus and the airport where you'll be conducting the flying part of your training.
Room and board and meals are typically not included in the program cost. Please check for details on the individual website for the CAE Oxford Aviation Academy you are interested in.
Some CAE Oxford Aviation Academy schools have made arrangements with local banks to assist students with financing options in order to help cadets fulfill their dream of becoming a pilot. Financing options vary by school and banking institution. Please check the website for your school of your choice for more information.