"The U.S. will face a staggering shortage of pilots"
"Passenger and cargo airlines around the world are expected to buy 41,000 new airliners between 2017 and 2036. And they will need 637,000 new pilots to fly them, according to a forecast from Boeing released this week. That staggering figure is matched only by how many will leave the profession in the next decade -- particularly in the U.S."
CNN Money, July 2017
Part 141 pilot school
Pilot demand in every sector couldn't be any better than it is right now. Rick Aviation's mission is to provide the highest quality of flight training in a safe and friendly environment at a competitive price. Our flight instructors, many of which have military and airline backgrounds, are highly experienced in the field of flight training. Our company offers a broad spectrum of flight training courses approved by the FAA and Department of Veterans Affairs. The flight school utilizes the award-winning web-based Jeppesen online training for the Private, Instrument & Commercial Pilot courses. All courses, except the Private Pilot Certification Course are approved by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs Post 9/11 GI Bill. The facility is also an authorized-PSI Testing Center. The following courses and cost estimates are available under Part 141 flight training:
Private Pilot (50 Hours) $12,000
Instrument Airplane Pilot (35 Hours) $8,800
Commercial Pilot Airplane - Single-Engine Land (120 Hours) $24,700
Additional Class Rating-Commercial Pilot - ASEL (20 Hours) $7,300
Additional Class Rating - Commercial Pilot - AMEL (15 Hours) $6,500
Initial Flight Instructor - ASEL (30 Hours) $7,900
Flight Instructor-Instrument (15 Hours) $3,900
Flight Instructor-Multi-Engine (15 Hours) $6,000