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Old 27th Mar 2019, 20:27
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Companies paying for your cpl training

I'm currently finishing my ppl and I was wondering if anyone knows of airlines who are willing to pay for your cpl or programs willing to do so in exchange for years of service or repayment plan. I have dual citizenship (Canada and US)
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Carlos
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ATP flight schools have a program with several of the regional airlines where you go through their program ($80,000) and they hire you as a CFI. Around 500 hours you interview with a regional. If the regional gives you a job offer, they will pay 5 dollars an hour while you instruct for ATP towards your loan. So you only owe $75,000 when you get to the 1500 hours required for the airline job.
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Originally Posted by studentpilotcarlos View Post
I'm currently finishing my ppl and I was wondering if anyone knows of airlines who are willing to pay for your cpl or programs willing to do so in exchange for years of service or repayment plan. I have dual citizenship (Canada and US)
Thank you,

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FlightSafety Academy is advertising paying for your commercial single and multi followed by CFI, CFII and MEI for a 30 month instructional commitment afterwards.
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ATP flight schools have a program with several of the regional airlines where you go through their program ($80,000) and they hire you as a CFI. Around 500 hours you interview with a regional. If the regional gives you a job offer, they will pay 5 dollars an hour while you instruct for ATP towards your loan. So you only owe $75,000 when you get to the 1500 hours required for the airline job.
Thank you for the responses, I appreciate it.
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Republic airlines / LIFt Academy

Originally Posted by studentpilotcarlos View Post
I'm currently finishing my ppl and I was wondering if anyone knows of airlines who are willing to pay for your cpl or programs willing to do so in exchange for years of service or repayment plan. I have dual citizenship (Canada and US)
Thank you,

Carlos
https://flywithlift.com/ This might be worth investigating
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