Flight School Financial Aid

Searching for financial aid to attend flight school? Not only does Paragon Flight offer exemplary aviation education for a host of credentials, but we also provide guidance and assistance for candidates as they navigate the world of financing their training.

The Benefits of Dual FAA Authorization

Flight School Financial AidParagon Flight operates under the dual authorization of the FAA Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 61 and 141. Having the dual authority lets us provide programs that are ideal for the busy career person as well as the traditional student. Additionally, we can welcome varied types of financing. Our students vary, as do their financial situations. We can accept vets with GI benefits, traditional college students with government-backed student loans, grants, and aviation scholarships, and nontraditional students employing personal loans and other resources.

We have learned many things over the years. We’ve developed best practices regarding the elements of flight training and learned how to help our students find and secure the best funding resources for them.

Our team will do everything possible to coordinate your plans, availability, preferences, and budget to make your dreams come true with as little time and money as possible without shortchanging the quality of your training.

Flight Training Credentials from Paragon Flight

Paragon Flight’s training allows students to earn various personal, professional, and military credentials. Begin with a Private Pilot License (PPL) as your foundation and develop your skills from there, depending on your plans. We offer custom-designed courses that consider you as an individual when planning. For yours, schedule a consultation with the Head Flight Instructor.

For candidates interested in moving into the aviation sector professionally, we offer a fast-tracked program called the P3 Professional Pilot Program. It includes 38 weeks of intense training, and by the time you complete the program, you will have a Private Pilot License (PPL), Instrument Flight Rating (IFR), Commercial License, Single Engine and Multi-Engine (CSEL and CMEL), and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) credentials. This status will provide an ideal entry point into aviation as a career. Flight instructors can continue to log flight hours while working, hone their skills, and earn a paycheck.

To participate in this program, candidates must demonstrate that they’re up to the challenge by providing references, obtaining a 1st Class Medical, and clearing a range of evaluations, including FAA, MVR, criminal background, and cognitive/evaluation checks.

The flight instructors, curriculum, and aircraft here at Paragon Flight are superior and coordinated to operate smoothly for outstanding results. Our flight instructors are the absolute best; we work diligently to pair our students with appropriate instructors.

While providing instruction, our Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) use the Jeppesen curriculum. Developed by a subsidiary of Boeing, this curriculum is the absolute best, 30% faster than the national average, and we’re proud to be one of the select few flight schools honored with its use. The program includes all software and manuals needed for completion.

The aircraft that we use for training are the standards in the industry. All are impeccable, new, and outfitted with Glass Cockpit technology.

If financial aid is what stands between you and flight school, click here to contact the team at Paragon Flight. You can also reach out via phone at the location of your choice: Fort Myers, FL [(239) 747-0056], Punta Gorda Airport, FL [(941) 900-3131, and LaGrange, GA [(706) 903-9337.