Anson Aviation offers the following courses for VA students:


Program Solo Hours Dual Hours Ground Instruction Pre/Post Flight Briefings Total Aircraft Hours Total Instructor Hours Va Program Cost
Instrument Airplane 0 35 30 10.5 35 75.5 $11,207.50
Commercial ASEL Initial 65 55 35 30 120 120 $29,400.50
Commercial AMEL Add-on 0 15 14 3 15 32 $6,355.00
CFIA Initial 0 30 40 7.5 30 77.5 $10,437.50
CFII Add-on 0 18 15 4.5 18 37.5 $5,677.50
MEI Add-on 0 24 20 5 24 49 $10,025.00

- VA students must enroll in part 141 flight training programs
- Hours above are minimum program requirements
- VA program cost assumes minimum hours in most expensive aircraft applicable to that program


Different Types of VA Flight Training:


Chapter 30: Montgomery GI Bill

- VA will reimburse up to 60% of VA Program Costs
- VA will reimburse costs up to the minimum hours required in each category (solo, dual, ground) for each program
- VA will reimburse the student directly; student must pay training costs up front at time of training

Chapter 33: Post 9/11 GI Bill

- VA will reimburse up to 100% of VA program costs, up to the annual maximum.
- VA will reimburse costs up to the minimum hours required in each category (solo, dual, ground) for each program.
- Costs incurred will count against the annual maximum for the academic year in which each course began and are cumulative.
- Academic year: August 1 – July 31.
- Flight Training annual maximum for 2016/2017 School Year: $12,554.54
- VA will reimburse the flight school directly, however be aware that the student will be held responsible for all costs beyond what the VA will reimburse.

Prerequisites:


- Private Pilot ASEL Certificate or privileges

- At least current 2nd Class Medical Certificate privileges
   YOU MAY NOT ENROLL IN TRAINING BEFORE OBTAINING THE REQUIRED MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

Course Specific Prerequisites:

Instrument Airplane - Commercial ASEL (or concurrent enrollment)

Commercial ASEL Initial - Instrument Airplane (or concurrent enrollment)

Commercial AMEL Add-on - Commercial Airplane (any class)

CFI Initial - Commercial ASEL, Instrument Airplane

CFII Add-on - Commercial ASEL, Instrument Airplane, CFI (any)

MEI Add-on - Unrestricted Commercial AMEL, CFI Airplane (any class)



Important Information:


- VA reimbursement rates will be reduced if your benefit level is less than 100% (based on time in service) – refer to your certificate of eligibility

-Total VA benefit limits are applicable

-VA will only reimburse training hours; VA will not reimburse books, charts, other supplies, examination fees*, or practical test aircraft rental

-You must complete at least 6 hours of training per course per month or your enrollment may be automatically terminated

*Examination fees may be reimbursed via the separate Licensing and Certification Approval System - for details and to apply see:
http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/licensing_certification.asp



How to Apply:


1) Apply for benefits.

-If this is your first time using GI-BILL benefits, fill out form 22-1990 at https://www.vets.gov/

-If this is not your first use of your GI-BILL, go to http://www.benefits.va.gov/. Search for the VONAPP application and fill out form 22-1995.

Use the following School Address:

Anson Air, LLC
12888 Highway 6 S. STE 300
Sugar Land, TX 77498

After approval, the VA will send a certificate of eligibility to you.

2) Obtain your military transcripts

-Air Force enlisted veterans may request their transcript from CCAF at http://www.airuniversity.af.mil/Barnes/CCAF/

-Air Force officer veterans may request their transcript for Air University at http://www.airuniversity.af.mil/Academic-Affairs/Registrar

-Veterans of all other services may obtain a copy directly from https://jst.doded.mil

3) When you enroll in flight training at Anson, bring the following documents:

-Certificate of eligibility

-Military Transcripts

-DD-214

-Airman Certificates

-Medical Certificate

Finally, please replace the "for more information" line at the bottom with a form that people may fill out to ask questions, similar to the one on the "contact us" page. Please link the submission button to both my and Stephen's Anson mail accounts. The new section should read as follows:

If you have any questions about using your VA benefits towards flight training at Anson Aviation, fill out the form below and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible. If you wish to contact the VA directly, you may visit http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/index.asp or call 1-888-GI-BILL-1 (1-888-442-4551).