There will be no increase in flight-training fees for Central Washington University aviation students next year (2015-2016), according to Stuart Thompson, director of contracts and procurement. Recent contract negotiations between CWU and IASCO Flight Training (IFT) sustained the flight-training rate that reduced costs for students by approximately 25 percent this year.
"Our goal was high quality and lowest possible costs for students," said Thompson, adding that IFT has been slowly growing program strength since the start of the contract last fall. "IFT has been working through facilities, equipment and personnel details and is fully engaged in the program now."
CWU Department of Aviation is offering an accelerated 3 year B.S. Professional Pilot degree. CWU has initiated this program in response to industry's identification of projected pilot shortages. Many students are expressing a desire to accelerate their school time to target industry vacancies. Consider getting a jump start on your career! Please contact CWU Aviation for more information.
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