CTI has 25 years of experience developing aviation training programs for the USAF, USN, and USMC, providing instruction for over 42 different aircraft. Likewise, our leadership team possesses over 75 years of collective military aviation training experience, and we are proud to serve our brave veterans.
VA benefits are available for those interested in becoming a commercial pilot, and CTI Professional Flight Training is approved for reimbursement under the GI Bill®
at both locations. For those covered under the Post 9-11 GI Bill®, the VA will reimburse a maximum of $12,554 in flight training costs per academic year (August to July). For those covered under the previous Montgomery GI Bill®, the VA will reimburse up to 60% of eligible training costs. Training eligible for VA reimbursement includes: Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License Single-Engine, Commercial Pilot License Multi-Engine, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), CFI Instrument, and Multi-Engine Instructor.
To be eligible for VA reimbursement, you must have a current Private Pilot's License and a Second-Class Medical Certificate (or a First-Class Medical Certificate if pursuing an ATP Certificate).
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Rotor Transition Program
The trajectory toward a pilot shortage creates an opportunity that is very lucrative, and no one is poised better to take advantage of this opportunity than rotor wing pilots. CTI offers a first-class Rotor Transition Program designed to quickly launch rotor wing pilots into a career as a commercial airline pilot. Additionally, the majority of the costs are eligible for reimbursement under the GI Bill. Call today to start the process.
Step 1: Single-Engine Commercial Pilot License (CPL ASEL)
Step 2: Instrument Rating
Step 3: Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot License (CPL AMEL)
Step 4: R-ATP Certificate
* Military aviators qualify for the lowest minimum R-ATP Certificate at just 750 hours total time
and 250 fixed-wing PIC