Friday, March 7, 2014
Sporty’s Flight Instructor Rebate Program
"With roots deeply planted in aviation education, we have always worked hard to support student pilots as well as instructors," says Sporty's President Michael Wolf. "We've invested heavily to create an industry-leading learning experience and want these resources to help instructors."
Sporty's Learn to Fly Course for Private, Sport and Recreational pilot, as well as Sporty's Instrument Rating Course, allows pilots to customize their learning experience and train at their own pace. Recent enhancements make the comprehensive ground school, test prep and flight training companion even more powerful. It is also the only course to cover each and every element of the Practical Test Standards (PTS).
Sporty's Courses are delivered in a mobile-friendly, online format as well as DVD and a dedicated app for iOS devices. Courses include video-based training, dedicated written test prep software, flight training syllabus, PTS and more. Pilots are guaranteed to pass their written, oral and flight test.
Sporty's CFI Rebate does not include any complicated rebate or redemption procedures. Once the CFI enrolls in the program, and a student orders a course, the student enters the instructor's unique code. The $25 CFI Gift Card is automatically credited to the instructor. Gift cards do not expire and are mailed to instructors monthly. There is no limit to the number of cards that can be earned by an instructor.
Instructors should go to sportys.com/cfirebate to register for free.
Now in its 52nd year, Sporty's has grown from a one-man operation launched by Hal Shevers to the world's largest pilot shop and an iconic general aviation brand. Sporty's operations extend to airport management, avionics installation and repair, aircraft maintenance, a residential airport community, new aircraft sales and flight training, including for the University of Cincinnati's professional pilot program. Located at Clermont County/Sporty's Airport (I69), Sporty's is philanthropically dedicated to expanding the general aviation community with both pilots and skilled technicians.