All flying is on a pay-as-you-go basis, with no requirement for large deposits up front. However students must maintain a zero balance owing at all times. Most students choose to keep a credit card in our electronic vault or minimum $500 in their account at all times to ensure no delays in their training.
A student can claim certain flight instruction expenses providing they sign a declaration that it is their intention to pursue a career in aviation. Flying costs can be claimed up to the minimum licencing requirements (i.e. 45 hours for the PPL, 65 hours for the CPL) in addition to ground school, briefings, licencing and examination fees. The school issues tax receipts to students who complete the request for an income tax receipt. TL11B Tuition and Enrolment Certificate – Flying School or Club Form
Student Loans for Canadians
Many banks offer an exclusive student line of credit program in order to help finance their educational expenses. Such as the Royal Bank.
Funding may be available for students, especially those enrolled in flight training on a full-time basis for financial assistance through Manitoba Student Assistance Programme.
Students outside of Manitoba visit www.canlearn.ca for student loans in your province. We are also approved with Ontario student loans (OSAP).
RESP: Harv’s Air is registered with Human Resources and Skills Development Canada – HRSDC file 1988-12-21. Our institution qualifies for the use of RESPs. Our listing at HRSDC is found HERE.
COPA scholarship information Neil Armstrong Scholarship