Hello everybody! I am an alumni of ERAU DB campus. I just wanted to tell everybody that ERAU is a great school and I really enjoyed learning from professors that were in the industry and understand how the real world works. ERAU flight program seems to have gone downhill over the years I have been around. They are constantly loosing students to outside FBOs because of their inability to please their students. (Thank God I only had to do one flight course there to get my degree) Just remember wherever you go, you are the customer. They seem to forget that idealogy and tick off a lot of students who spend a lot of money there. I recommend that you go to school there and major in Aerospace Studies and fly off campus. This is the most economic way to go to this school and to get the education that the airlines want. Airlines really could care less where you did you flight training, they just want you to meet their minimum time requirements. ERAU's rates for their aircraft and instructors have gone sky high. I believe you pay about $40+ an hour for an inexpeieneced 200 hour instuctor. Their prices for their aircraft have gone up as well. What seems funny to me is that ERAU will increase the rates for aircraft and instructors, but they have plenty of money to lease a citation for the president and bigwigs to fly around at their disposel. I also know times are tough to keep intructors around, but charging that much for an instuctor is insane. Off campus the rate is literally 50% less for instuctors and usually around 30-45% less for aircraft. Again I think that Riddle did a great job preparing me for my aviation career and would recommend going their for the academics.