VA / GI BILL
" Thanks so much for getting us into the course. Weren't too sure what to expect, having been many years removed from the civilian world. The instructors and elevuator were extremely knowledgeable and willing to put in the time to make sure we were prepared. It was refreshing to see the professionalism and passion in the instructors and course administration. Again, thanks so much for finding a way for us to get on the schedule and accommodating us. Certainly will recommend your programs to friends and colleagues as I go on. "
Bryan (military pilot)
Veterans Administration / GI Bill
K&S Aviation Services is approved by the VA for initial type ratings on Boeing B-737.
VA Code for training in Seattle, WA
(Boeing B-737): 2-5-4783-47
Important: As the VA considers it a student’s responsibility (as well as a school's responsibility) to make sure that the training center the student chooses to do his/her training at is VA approved in the state where the training takes place, we recommend to always check the VA WEAMS website for this:
In the link, select “flight” under Program type and then click on the state in the map where you know the simulators are located for your specific training.
For our VA students wanting to use their Veterans Benefits, a valid FAA FIRST class medical will be required by the first day of class. For all other students, NO FAA medical is required if you do not have one.
VA or Veteran’s Affairs Financial Aid
All paperwork for VA benefits are provided in our office. However, you must call to ensure you are eligible for benefits:
Call 1(888)442-4551 and request an Application for VA Education Benefits Form 22-1990
Fill out the on line application at: https://www.vets.gov/education/apply/
VA Requirements for Medical Certificate: A student pursuing an Airline Transport Pilot certificate must have and maintain a current Class I medical certificate (Class II for Commercial Pilot certificate). The same is true when adding a type rating to the aforementioned certificates. VA regulations further state that payment may not be made for training pursued after a medical certificate expires and will consider any benefits paid in which the appropriate medical certificate is not in effect to be an overpayment subject to recovery.
For info on Post 9/11 GI Bill ® visit: http://www.gibill.va.gov/resources/education_resources/programs/flight_training.html