Students

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Students Visa

If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will need a student visa. If you are using Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, you may fill out this form and submit it to us, or you can print the form in order to fax or mail it to us.

To qualify for an I20, fax or mail a financial statement showing that you have the funds for the course(s) of training and living expenses. Fax a copy of your passport. Call the school and have a conversation with our Chief Instructor or the Office Manager to determine your English Proficiency.

An application fee ($200, non-refundable) is required for an I-20. Please call if you have any questions.


Mexico

At Alpha Tango we have developed the following course of instruction which will qualify you to take the examinations for the Commercial/Instrument/Multi- Engine Ratings issued by Mexican authorities. (The rating exams must be taken in Mexico). This syllabus also fulfills the minimum requirements of 180 hours total time and 10 hours multi-engine time established by Mexicana Airlines for new pilot applicants. If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will require a student visa. Click here to learn more.

Commercial/Instrument Multi-Engine Course

Students from Mexico United States FFA License
10 Hours C-310   $3,150.00   25 Hours C-310   $7,875.00
35 Hours C-172   5,530.00   35 Hours C-172   5,530.00
100 Hours C-152   8,600.00   100 Hours C-152   8,600.00
Simulator   0.00   5 Hours Simulator   500.00
10 Hours Dual   400.00   5 Hours Dual   200.00
30 Hours Ground Instruction   1,200.00   30 Hours Ground Instruction   1,200.00
Books   350.00   Books   350.00
Flight Preparation   50.00   Flight Preparation   50.00
Exams   0.00   Exams + Aircraft   1,470.00
Medical   75.00   Medical   75.00
Tax   22.00   Tax   22.00
Airport Commission   182.97   Airport Commission   245.50
   
     
Total:   $19,559.97   Total:   $26,117.50

Prices subject to change without notice


Saudi Arabia

The following course of instruction is designed to meet the requirements established by Saudi Arabian Airlines for new-pilot applicants: 320 hours total time, 50 hours multi-engine, and U.S. FAA Commercial/Instrument and Multi-Engine (IFR & VFR) Ratings. It consists of a Private Pilot's Course, an Instrument Course, a Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot's Course, and several options for time-building to achieve the required 320 hours. If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will require a student visa. Click here to learn more.

Course Summary:

50.0 Hours   Multi-Engine   $15,750.00
55.0 Hours   C-172 Instrument   8,690.00
215.0 Hours   C-152 Solo   18,490.00
50.0 Hours   Dual   2,000.00
60.0 Hours   Ground School   2,400.00
    Books   600.00
    Medical   75.00
    Exams   2,240.00
    Airport Commission   475.68
    State Sales Tax   52.68
       
    Total:   $50,773.36
Prices subject to change without notice


Others

If you are not a U.S. citizen, you will need a student visa. If you are using Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, you may fill out this form and submit it to us, or you can print the form in order to fax or mail it to us.

To qualify for an I20, fax or mail a financial statement showing that you have the funds for the course(s) of training and living expenses. Fax a copy of your passport. Call the school and have a conversation with our Chief Instructor or the Office Manager to determine your English Proficiency.

An application fee ($200, non-refundable) is required for an I-20. Please call if you have any questions.