The Keep Flying Scholarship was created after 9/11 to offer an intermediate level flight scholarship. This scholarship is open to applicants worldwide (see note for exclusions). One $3,000 scholarship will be awarded to an individual working on a fixed wing aircraft instrument, commercial, multi engine, or flight instructor certificate. Candidates must hold a private pilot certificate and have 100 hours of flight time. In addition, they must have passed all written exams for the certificate sought that are required by the aviation authority in their country. Application requirements, guidelines, as well as submission procedures and dates can be found at wai.org. In your essay tell how the funds will be used, your goals, and any relevant information. One letter of recommendation must be from a pilot who has flown with you. Only online applications will be accepted. Note: U.S. citizens and individuals with the legal right to work in the U.S. please apply for domestic scholarship.