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Are there any additional costs for Korean Pilot Training?

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Yes. Below are some of the additional fees you may encounter throughout your journey to becoming a professional pilot. Prices are subject to change; speak with an Admissions Officer for a comprehensive list.

  • Application fee: $150
  • Books and materials: approximately $2,000
  • Health insurance (estimated): $124 per months, based the policy we use currently
  • Living expenses (including housing): approximately $2,000 per month
  • Transportation: Based on individual preference
  • I20 application:
  • I901: $350
  • DS160: $160
  • Visa extension: $485 (if training goes over 12 months)
  • TSA: $130 for each rating (good for 12 months)
  • Finger Print: $99
  • Airport badge: $50 (good for 12 months)
  • FAA Medical (estimated): $120 to $200
  • I-765 (OPT Work Authorization Application): $550