FlyRight Pilot Training Approved for GI Bill Education Funding

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US Department of Veterans Affairs Approves FlyRight Training for GI Bill Education Benefits

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FlyRight is honored to be able to offer veterans a great alternative for getting their King Air rating and also the ATP rating.

Effective January 1, 2011, the US Department of Veterans Affairs has approved FlyRight pilot training for GI Bill Education Benefits. Veterans with GI Bill credits are now eligible to receive reimbursement for King Air Initial and Recurrent pilot training, and King Air training with an ATP add-on rating from FlyRight. FlyRight’s training is 100% full-motion, Level-C simulator based with experienced King Air instructors and check-airman on staff.

“FlyRight is honored to be able to offer veterans a great alternative for getting their King Air rating and also the ATP rating. FlyRight’s training is already a great value, but utilizing GI Bill benefits will open our full-motion simulator based training to veterans who might not have otherwise been able to get into a civilian flying job.” said FlyRight VP of Training, Tom Leahy.

FlyRight is an FAA-approved 142 Training Center. Founded in 2003, FlyRight provides professional, simulator-based flight training to domestic and foreign pilots. With a focus on quality and safety, its management team has over 30 years of corporate and commercial training experience. Centrally located on the east coast, FlyRight is just 20 minutes from Charlotte-Douglas Airport (the 10th busiest airport in the country, served by AirTran, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, Midwest Airlines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, and USAir). For more information about FlyRight or this topic, or to schedule an interview, please contact Matt Hapgood at 800-596-3054, or via email at mhapgood(at)flyrightinc(dot)com. Website: http://www.flyrightinc.com.

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