Oh my goodness, do I wish that I would have known this before I gave JetU $63,950 for 82 flight hours. Right now that works out to $779 per flight hour and it all has been single engine. They want me to pay them another $11,000 to continue flying. After that then who knows?
Unfortunately, prepaying for flight training is very risky. These students at another flight school in Glendale Arizona recently this found out:
Jet University is one of the most expensive flight schools in the country. There is nothing particually wrong with being one of the most expensive.
The problem comes when you pay Jet University UPFRONT and then they can't deliver. You have no possible way of getting your money back if Jet University can not perform. If they decide to make up additional charges that you owe then you are out your money and you will not be allowed to fly.
The best way to handle this is to pay your flight school in "chunks" of no more than $2500 at a time. That way if they can not perform you are out no more than $2500. Most flight schools will even take less than $2500 at a time. Most will charge you at the end of each flight that you take. AGAIN DON'T PAY ANY FLIGHT SCHOOL UP FRONT!