We get a J-1 Visa, which`ll allow us to stay in the US for up to two years.
Upon successful graduation we`ll get the following Certificates and Ratings:
Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Flight Instructor- Instrument.
Commercial, Instrument, Single-Engine, Multi-Engine and ATPL Theory.
As for paying for all this, NAIA doesn`t charge all up front, as time passes the students will be charged for running costs, so if you get sick or for some reason don`t want to continue flight training, you`ll be returned what`s left of the amount you paid when you enrolled.
As I wrote earlier, I`m still not decided that I will attend NAIA, but any thoughts that you- De727ups, or others with knowledge on the subject would be very welcome! Would you advise, in light of the new info I gave on the training program, to begin flight training at NAIA or not? Pros and cons and general information about becoming a pilot through expensive schools like NAIA would help me alot in my evalution! feel free to e-mail me
( email@example.com ) if that is more convenient.
I was at OSL
three weeks ago, and then UPS had sent a 757. I was stationed for a year at the military side of OSL
, and during my time there UPS mostly sent A300s or a 727.