Prices and Financing
What Does It Cost to Become a Pilot?
We offer a “pay as you go” setup.
If you are dreaming of becoming a pilot, you have probably asked yourself: What does it cost to become a pilot?
The complete education as a commercial pilot at GreyBird Pilot Academy is available to you at a competitive price. We offer a ”pay-as-you-go” setup, and this is advantageous for you, because we neither ask for a down payment nor a bank guarantee for the amount that corresponds to the price for the pilot education.
We are committed to ensuring that our students get the best possible education and the best conditions. The pilot education requires a considerable financial investment, and we strive to provide the students with clarity and overview of the required financial investment. At GreyBird Pilot Academy, students are invoiced in arrears (when you follow the education plan that has been set up for you, you will be invoiced approx. every ten days for the training you have received). That is, our students pay for a service after they have received it. You pay on a regular basis after each flying lesson or at the time when the theoretical training begins. The only exception from this rule is a start-up fee that covers the costs for the iPad, a uniform, various system licenses, etc. This start-up fee is included in the above-mentioned price for the education.
The invoices are always itemized, and you can keep yourself updated in SmartBird, which is our own digital platform for education administration. In SmartBird, you can always keep track of how close you are to making your commercial pilot dreams come true.
All landing fees are included in the total price at GreyBird Pilot Academy. During the commercial pilot education, our students fly to almost all airfields and airports in Denmark. However, please note that if you want to fly to special airports such as Copenhagen Airport in Denmark, you must pay the landing fee yourself, as this airport is not included in the planned program. In addition, we encourage our students to fly to destinations in Europe during their pilot education, and in most cases GreyBird pays the landing fees at those destinations. However, there may be certain destinations where you have to pay a landing fee out of your own pocket.