US Airline University Program

US FAA Pilot Certificate
+ Earn a University Degree
+ Work in the USA

Earn a US FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate. Then add Flight Instructor (CFI) and CFII  ratings. Pair this with a University education and an Internship (OPT) work permit that allows you to work in the US as an airline pilot for 3 years.

Job Interview Guarantee!

Earn up to $36,000/year as an Instructor

 30+ Credits Savings on College Program

3 Year University Degree

 Work for US Airlines


The Process

    • Step 1: Earn a US FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate and Flight Instructor Ratings
    • Step 2.a: Three (3) Year University Bachelor’s degree. Most classes are Aviation oriented such as Aircraft Systems or Airport Operations. The partner F-1 visa allows you to work On Campus with Wayman. College is simultaneous and parallel with your flight experience.
    • Step 2.b: Work as a Flight Instructor. After earning your instructor certificates and standardization you can be hired by Wayman Aviation Academy. A Job interview is guaranteed to any student in the full Wayman professional pilot program.
    • Step 3: Graduate and work up to 3 years OPT with a US Airline or Executive Jet Charter company.

    Learn + Work = Success

    1,000+ Flight Hours, a College Degree, and a US FAA Pilot Certificates

    This is the winning combination that will open the doors to your career. It takes hard work and dedication to become a comerical pilot in any country. But what makes you different from the next pilot applying for that airline job? Distinguish yourself with the most recognized certificate in the world, FAA issued in the United States of America. If your aim is Chief Pilot or flight operations a college degrees is necessary. Nothing get you seniority in hiring like flight hours.  Fly up to 1,000 hours per year as a CFI. Earn experience and rank higher.

    The Job Gaurantee is dependent on completing Wayman CFI standardization, not failing more than 2 checkrides througout your training, and a letter of good standing from the Chief PIlot and Student Affairs.