You may be surprised that getting a private pilot’s license is not as expensive as you might think. With our flight training packages, Indy Flight Training’s flight school make flying affordable. Here are the options:

Pay as you fly

Flight students pay for the aircraft rental and the flight instructor’s time after each flight lesson. We accept credit cards, cash, or check. With this option, you can pay full rate as a non-club member or join our Indy Flight Training’s Club. The club requires a one-time initiation fee of $399 and a $39 per month to receive up to $20/hour off of the aircraft rental, $5/hour off of the flight instruction fees, and a 10% discount on pilot supplies (excluding charts).

AOPA Flight Training Funds | www.aopa.org

The AOPA Flight Training Funds account allows you the flexibility to structure your training to fit your needs. Use the account to pay for a rating or certificate program, or just to get the additional hours you need to feel safe and comfortable in your aircraft. You can use your account to pay for aircraft rental, instructor fees, books, and supplies. Or anything else to make your training successful, the choice is yours, you control how and where you use your account.

As a Cessna Pilot Center, we have now partnered with AOPA and Bank of America to offer a fixed rate credit-based loan.

Account Features:

  • Gold Option
  • 8.99% Fixed APR with a $99 max transaction fee
  • Credit Lines from $5,000 and up to $20,000
  • Source Code: UAAUHD VU
  • To begin the application for this loan, call 866-541-7398 or visit www.aopa.org and be sure to mention the above source code.

Contacting AOPA

  • AOPA Flight Training Funds
  • 421 Aviation Way
  • Frederick, Maryland 21701
  • Phone: 866-541-7398

The Discover Flying with AOPA Flight Training Funds program is funded through a third-party provider not associated with Cessna, Textron or Textron’s finance companies.

Pilot Finance, Inc. | www.pilotfinance.com

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It’s no secret how you can get your pilot’s certificate with FEWER TRAINING HOURS and LOWER COST. Any flight school can tell you how to do it. By following a regular training schedule of two to four lessons per week, you’ll become proficient quickly.

Pilot Finance programs free you of money worries. With all of your focus on learning, you will achieve your goal faster and safer.

Contacting Pilot Finance

  • Pilot Finance, Inc.
  • 2101 Waukegan Road, Suite 101
  • Bannockburn, IL 60015-1836
  • Phone: (800) 667-0201
  • Fax: (847) 267-1800
  • Email: info@pilotfinance.com

Other Sources of Financing

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Sallie Mae is now offering student flight training financing through their new SMART OPTION CAREER TRAINING. For more information on how to apply call Sallie Mae at (877) 279-7172 or go on line to:https://www.salliemae.com/student-loans/smart-option-student-loan/

Home equity loans through your personal bank. These loans typically have the lowest interest rates available as well as offer some tax advantages.

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    3867 North Aviation Way
    Greenfield, IN 46140
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