We are excited that you are ready to join HAA and start on the path toward a career as a professional pilot.
In order to apply to HAA for admissions into either our airplane or helicopter training program, please look at the available start dates below and the corresponding application periods. This will tell you when to submit your application for your desired start date.
HAA will notify all applicants of acceptance or denial between 30-60 days prior to your desired start date. The sooner you submit your application, the sooner you will be notified. Once accepted, students will need to pay the $200 Registration Fee to secure their spot. International students will also need to pay a $300 I-2o Processing Fee. For international students, once the Registration and I-20 Processing fees are paid and your TSA training request has initial approval, HAA will issue your visa paperwork.
Acceptance into HAA’s program is at the discretion of the school’s admissions team. Acceptance may be revoked prior to enrollment if the admissions team learns new information that they feel would make the applicant unsuccessful in the program. The HAA registration fee will be returned in this case.
|Start Date||Available Programs||Application Period|
|February 2020||Now accepting applications.|
|March 2020||Now accepting applications. Deadline is Saturday, January 18.|
|April 2020||Now accepting applications. Deadline is Saturday, February 15.|
|May 2020||Application period will open on Saturday, February 8.|
|June 2020||Application period will open on Saturday, March 7.|
|July 2020||Application period will open on Saturday, April 4.|
|August 2020||Application period will open on Saturday, May 2.|
The documents required for the application are listed below. Once you are ready to apply, click on the application button. You will be asked to fill out the application and attach the required documents.
- Proof of citizenship – copy of your valid passport or valid driver’s license and birth certificate (must include signature to be valid)
- Proof of education – copy of high school diploma, college diploma, or G.E.D. certificate
- Proof of citizenship – copy of your valid passport (must include signature to be valid)
- Financial verification – Financial verification of monies available to cover the respective training and living expenses is required. These funds must be a liquid asset in a checking or savings account shown on a bank statement or an approved loan application. A signed letter of support is needed if the funds are not in the student’s name. All documents must be in English or include a notarized English translation denoting monies in U.S. dollars. The funds that must be shown for each program are:
- Airplane Professional Pilot Program – $68,000 USD
- Helicopter Professional Pilot Program – $82,000 USD
- Proof of education – There are three options for proof of education:
- Copy of high school diploma certified to be the equivalent of a U.S. high school diploma. Must be in English or include a translation. Visit www.naces.org/members to select an approved organization that can help certify your diploma.
- Copy of college diploma from an accredited university. Must be in English or include a translation.
- Take the Ability to Benefit Test and pass meeting HAA standards. The test consists of two sections, one math and one verbal. You must pass both sections. The cost for both tests is $50 USD. If you would like to take this test, please ask our admissions team for more information.
- Language proficiency – applicants are required to speak, read, write, and understand English and HAA will conduct a phone interview with prospective students