Pilot Training offers a wide range of benefits to those readers that decide to subscribe to us, as we write more fine-tuned articles to share only with subscribers. Additionally, we offer some prizes and organize raffles with a certain frequency.
Pilot Training Subscription Packages
We understand that every reader has their preferences and their budget aimed at leisure and education. With this in mind, we have designed different packages for our subscribers to enjoy.
Basic Flying Package
For an annual fee of $20, you will receive notifications in your email about new content uploads and have access to special ones that have been designed to help beginners. We also include subscribers to this package in monthly raffles for Training Pilot merchandise like hats, coffee mugs, and t-shirts.
Advanced Flying Course Package
This package stands at an annual fee of $30 and includes everything in the basic one, with some nice additions. You will receive notifications for the most affordable learning courses being offered by Pilot training colleges worldwide.
The raffle prizes for subscribers to this package include discounts on some of the best training courses out there.
The standard cost for this package is of $50 a year, but for ambulance pilots and aerial firefighters, we discount it to $40. This includes everything offered by the previous packages plus some professional piloting articles, discussing the experiences of experts for tough conditions. The VIP Pilot raffle prizes include discounts of up to 50% in training courses.
How Do I Subscribe?
If you wish to enjoy these wonderful benefits, you need only send an email expressing your desire to subscribe to us. You will receive an automated response with a link to an online form where you can specify which package you want to purchase.
We accept most of the popular payment methods. You can use PayPal, Neteller, a few types of gift cards, most major credit and debit cards, and even bank transfers.
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