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Flight Training Scholarships

There are many organizations across the USA that offer Flight Training Scholarships, but do not despair if you are not a US Citizen, some of these Scholarships are International! So even if you don't have the money for flight training, there are still ways you can get there.

The 99's - Women With Wings

Have you ever heard of the 99's ? THE NINETY-NINES, INC.®, is an international organization of licensed women pilots from 44 countries - they have thousands of members throughout the world. They are a non-profit, charitable membership corporation holding 501(c)(3) U.S. tax status. Their International Headquarters is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Today Ninety-Nines are professional pilots for airlines, industry and government; they are pilots who teach and pilots who fly for pleasure; they are pilots who are technicians and mechanics. But first and foremost, they are women who love to fly!

AND they have Scholarships Available for Women who want to join them in the wonderful, fun, and sometimes frustrating, world of flight! Click here to find out more about their Scholarships for Women...


Women in Aviation also offer Flight Training Scholarships, click the link below for more info:

You are a guy? Don't despair... there is more!

What follows is a list of different organizations you can apply to for a flying scholarship. These are based in the USA. I will leave the filtering of information to you... if you are determined enough to fly, you will find a way. I did.

Not American? Try your National Airline for a Cadet Program, or the Military. At this stage I do not have links to other Flight Training Scholarship or Bursary Programs. If you know of any, and would like to share, please email me here.

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