Additional Information

Snohomish Flying Service offers housing accommodations for students. The apartments contain a bedroom, living room, bathroom with shower and kitchenette. Dorm rent is based on two students per unit and includes charges for heat and water. There is a telephone hook-up in each dorm. Telephone service may be arranged. The student must pay all telephone charges. The kitchens are stocked with dishes, glasses, silverware, cooking utensils and laundry facilities are located on site.

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Snohomish Flying Service has many ways that you can pay for your flight training or the rental of aircraft.
1 Pay as you go with cash, check, debit or credit card (Visa or M/C)
2 Effective October 1, 2015 - Place a minimum of $1000 (Airplane) or $1500 (Helicopter) on your account with cash, check or debit and receive a 5% discount; Credit Card purchases receive a 2% discount. This is called a “Block Discount.” Your account must always be at zero or a positive balance to receive discount.
3 Student loan
All flights and ground lessons must be paid for in advance or at the completion of the lesson.
Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits:

General information:
1. SNOHOMISH FLYING SERVICE is approved by the Department of Veteran Affairs to train U. S. Military Veterans who meet the following requirements:
2. The veteran must have previously obtained the Private Pilot Certificate.
3. The veteran must fill out a VA form 22-1990 “Application for Education Benefits.”
4. To enroll the veteran must have and maintain throughout his/her training a current second class medical certificate for all courses except the ATP course, which requires a current first class medical.
5. The veteran must be enrolled in an FAA Part 141 approved training program and will be reimbursed for 60% of all flight training dual, solo, ground and pre & post instruction.
6. The Department Of Veteran Affairs will not reimburse for training hours that exceed the FAA Part 141 minimum course hours that are approved. Other items not reimbursed are books and pilot supplies.
7. The veteran must have an approval letter; Certificate of Eligibility from the VA stating the veteran has benefits available to him/her prior to enrollment in a flight-training program to ensure reimbursements of funds to the veteran.
8. The veteran and the school certifying official must fill out VA form 22-1999 “Enrollment Certification.” Or, if the veteran had prior training at other flight schools, he/she must take an evaluation ride in order to receive prior credit and be placed in our program. The veteran must fill out VA form 22-1995, “Request for Change of Program or Place of Training”
9. The veteran is given a copy of our school’s catalog. The first page must be signed and remain in the veteran’s file.
10. Once a veteran is enrolled in the course of training, he must follow the approved Part 141 training syllabus and fly 20 hours in a 90-day period. If the veteran fails to fly the required time, he then goes on probation and must fly the required 20 hours during the next 90-day period or dis-enroll. Exceptions can be made for reasons such as illness or weather.
For Eligibility Information, contact Christi Otness at 360-568-1541 or toll free at the Department Of Veteran Affairs 1-800-827-1000 or TDD at 1-800-829-4833.