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Aviation English

Educational courses are an integral part of gaining any degree, diploma or certificate. Courses in all sorts of subjects are designed to improve your personal development and are offered by universities and other schools around the world; one excellent option is a course in aviation English.

What is a course in aviation English? A course like this is designed to prepare students for aerospace careers around the world. These classes often cover the basics of English grammar and pronunciation, with a goal toward improving fluency. They also provide a specialized focus on aviation, including the vocabulary and comprehension required to safely operate, direct or otherwise work with airplanes.

The biggest benefit of taking a course in aviation English is that it allows students to pursue careers involving aircraft. English is the international language of aviation, and in almost every country it is necessary to demonstrate a basic proficiency of English in order to obtain a pilot’s license or aircraft-related employment. This course is perfect for those who speak English as a second language and wish to learn more aviation terminology, as well as those who do not speak English but dream of a career in flight.

The price of taking a course in aviation English can vary widely from school to school, program to program, and even country to country. It is important for students to thoroughly research their options and contact their institution of choice in order to determine whether this course would be a good fit.

There are many potential careers that can be made accessible through a course in aviation English. Aircraft pilots and air traffic controllers are often required to know English as part of their jobs, but students can also look into careers as flight planners, mechanics, flight attendants or even teachers.

If you are interested in a course in aviation English, get started today. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Commercial Licence Pilot Course

St.Thomas Flight Centre
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Saint Thomas

Whether you want to fly recreationally or become a Commercial Pilot, the St. Thomas Flight Centre is big enough to serve you and small enough to care! [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. Obtaining a pilot licence consists of two parts: In-flight training helps you learn and understand the performance of your aircraft. Initial flight training is conducted dual, with an Instructor, until you have achieved a level of competency that allows you to practice solo. The length of time it takes you to reach this stage will depend on your ability and frequency of training. Ground school classes prepare you for the written exam. Classes are recommended for all potential pilots. The course material simplifies the theory of flight and explains topics as diverse as aircraft structure, engine operations, and how to interpret meteorological conditions. Other integral parts of the program include interpreting Canadian air law and developing navigational skills. Second Career training is specially designed to help laid-off Ontarians participate in long-term training for a new job and may be available to pilots who hold a Private Pilot Licence. Whether you want to fly recreationally or become a Commercial Pilot, the St. Thomas Flight Centre is big enough to serve you and small enough to care! Commercial Pilot Licence Age Must be 18 years for the issue of the Licence Medical Fitness Applicant must hold a Category 1 medical Experience Applicant must hold a Private Pilot Licence An applicant shall have completed a minimum of 200 hours flight time in aeroplanes, of which a minimum of 100 hours shall be pilot-in-command time including 20 hours cross-country pilot-in-command flight time Applicant shall have completed 65 hours of commercial pilot flight training with a minimum of: (A) 35 hours dual instruction flight time including (i) 5 hours cross country (ii) 5 hours night, including a minimum of 2 hours of cross-country flight time (iii) 20 hours of instrument flight time (B) 30 hours solo flight time including (i) 25 hours solo flight time emphasizing the improvement of general flying skills of the applicant which shall include a cross-country flight to a point of a minimum of 300 nautical mile radius from the point of departure and shall include a minimum of 3 landings at points other than that of departure (ii) 5 hours solo flight time by night. Knowledge Applicant must obtain not less than 60% on Transport Canada exam (CPAER) Applicant shall have completed 40 hours of ground school and 100 hours flight time prior to writing exam Skill Applicant must pass a flight test with a pilot examiner Applicant must have completed 150 hours of flight training prior to admission to flight test Privileges The holder of a Commercial Pilot Licence may (a) exercise the privileges of a Private Pilot Licence (b) exercise the privileges of a VFR OTT rating (c) while engaged in providing a commercial air service act as pilot-in-command Rates Instructor $65 /hour Cessna 152 $128 /hour [-]

AVIATION ENGLISH

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time September 2017 Czech Republic Prague Brno USA South Miami Heights + 2 more

ICAO ENGLISH AND IFR ENGLISH [+]

ICAO ENGLISH AND IFR ENGLISH Flying Academy is providing: ICAO English examination ICAO Refresh course IR Aviation English course ICAO English Currently each pilot that is flying internationally must have a minimum level 4 of ICAO English. The exam must be done in an authorized organization. Next ICAO English examination is on: 08.06.16 Prague 25.06.16 Brno 13.07.16 Prague 23.07.16 Brno 10.08.16 Prague 20.08.16 Brno *Individual examination dates can be arranged upon a request. Validity of ICAO language proficiency The recurrence of which one must undertake the ICAO English proficiency is given by the level achieved: Level 4 – every 3 years Level 5 – every 6 years Level 6 - unlimited ICAO language proficiency check The proficiency check consists of 3 parts: Conversation and description [from aviation industry] Listening to aviation communication – pilot must be able to answer the examiner’s questions Reading and translation of article from manual, aviation regulation or aviation publication Duration of check is approx. 30 min. The evaluation is done on the spot. Fee for ICAO language proficiency check: 106 EUR Fee for ICAO Refresh course 93 EUR In order to improve your Aviation English skills and reach a better results during the examination Flying Academy is organizing a refresh course in the morning prior to the exam. *All training fees are bound to the actual exchange rates of the local currency of the Flying Academy base where the training or a part of the training is provided. IR Aviation English course Prior to the practical examination (Skill Test) for the Instrument Rating IR(A) you have to pass a theoretical examination in IR Aviation English (according to the FCL.055 Language proficiency). Objective of the course: The goal is to improve the Aviation phraseology skills and gain necessary vocabulary for conducting the communication during the IFR flights. They will develop practical habits for using standard phraseology and the ability to understand broadcasts in cockpit environment. Learning outcomes and competences: Obtaining the level of knowledge required to pass the English exam for IFR pilots at the CAA. Prerequisites: The basic knowledge of English – speaking and grammar. Course outline Grammar General English and communication Abbreviations, phraseology Devices and navigation Meteorology Descriptions (planning) Flight traffic control, manuals Final exam Fee: 380 EUR [-]

FAA Commercial Pilot Training

Epic Flight Academy
Campus Full time 6 - 8 months September 2017 USA New Smyrna Beach

Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course. [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course. This course is designed to take a student with zero flight training experience to the Multi Engine Commercial Pilot level in as little as 6 – 8 months. The focus of this commercial pilot training course is for the student to first receive a strong foundation in general aviation knowledge. Once proficient in the basics a strategic, full immersion program is launched for the student’s particular learning style. The next step is for students to develop their actual flight skills and practice essential safety procedures using real-time simulation in our Frasca Tru Flite and Mentor level 5 field training devices. This combined scenario based training with computer based training allows the student the comfort of learning and making mistakes on the ground. This boosts confidence that they know and can successfully perform procedures and maneuvers before beginning actual flights in the aircraft, saving both time and money during commercial pilot training. Our Professional Pilot program mimics that of major airline training, preparing you for the airline from day one. The WORLD Needs Commercial Pilots Quick The world is going through a massive pilot shortage! Every year Boeing produces statistics concerning the worldwide demand of pilots for the upcoming decades. As you can see, it’s essential that you begin your commercial pilot training now to make sure you take advantage of this incredible demand while it lasts. A bright outlook for the airline industry are purchase orders for more aircraft and the addition of routes. This increase of aircraft and routes means globally airlines are going to need to hire more pilots to not only keep up with the retirement age but the addition of these resources and routes. There is an urgency for flight schools to recruit more student pilots and successfully produce top-quality Commercial Multi-Engine pilots to quickly fill regional airline needs. With pressure to fill open slots, airlines are looking for students that completed their commercial pilot training at a flight school that prepared them for the fast-paced and advanced technical learning environment. This is why Epic has developed our own commercial pilot training programs with the expectations of an airline training program to quickly develop new pilots to professionals. What Type of Commercial Pilot Training Is Recognized by Other Countries? Licenses and certificates issued by the Federal Aviation Authority of the United States is recognized globally by all Civil Aviation Authorities. A particular country might have a slightly higher total logged hour requirement or additional theory but all training validated by the FAA is counted when you co-validate your license(s) in your country. For CAA’s that require additional flight hours or theory we simply add those hours into your course and customize your commercial pilot training. This ensures you return home with everything you need in order to begin applying for your job at an airline. Planning for Commercial Pilot Training Please contact our Admissions Team for more details about our FAA Commercial Pilot training including flexible payment options, discounts, specials, and class seat availability. Classes fill up quickly so don’t delay in submitting your application! International students, keep in mind that it takes 30 to 90 to fully obtain your M-1 visa so you want to get started as soon as possible to book your M-1 visa interview. If becoming a Commercial Pilot has always been your dream we have a program for you and we are the flight academy you have long been looking for to help you achieve your dreams of becoming a professional pilot. [-]

Integrated Zero To ATPL

Olympus Aviation Academy
Online & Campus Combined Full time 12 - 14 months September 2017 Greece Thessaloniki

Olympus Aviation Academy has developed a thorough integrated pilot training program to bring the students up to the proficiency so that they operate as co-pilots on single and/or multi-engine airliners in commercial air transport and continue their career in aviation. [+]

INTEGRATED ‘’OLYMPUS’’ zero – TO ATPL frozen Olympus Aviation Academy has developed a thorough integrated pilot training program to bring the students up to the proficiency so that they operate as co-pilots on single and/or multi-engine airliners in commercial air transport and continue their career in aviation. The integrated training course is a full time course from zero hour experience through to obtaining a frozen EASA ATPL (fATPL) including English Language Proficiency (ICAO) and MCC certificate. When you choose to enroll for an integrated course you’ve decided to become a professional pilot attending a full time course, including day-to-day ground and flight training. Pre Requirements: The minimum age for entry into OLYMPUS Aviation Academy Professional Flight Training is 18 years. Fluent in English. Holder of a valid EASA Medical Certificate class 1. Course Duration: Prior to the start of the course the student is required to complete the enrolment process by submitting the ATPL Application form accompanied by a EASA Medical Class 1 certificate, a copy of an ID or Passport, a copy of a High School Diploma (or equivalent) and 4 photographs. Regularly the flight training begins about 1 month after the start of the course and runs continuously from that point onwards. However the student has the choice to begin the training at a later time. The minimum duration of the ATPL integrated course is 12 months and the maximum is 36 months. In OLYMPUS Aviation Academy the average time required to complete the ATPL course is 12 – 14 months, including all Training and Exams. NON-european citizens are required to apply for VISA. Olympus Aviation Academy handles all the VISA procedures. Please apply as soon as possible, in order to reserve a position and start studying via our e-learning system, prior to your arrival. You can start ATPL Modular/Distance Learning at any time. [-]

Flight Training

Gulf Coast Aviation
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 12 weeks September 2017 USA New Orleans + 1 more

We train using the state-of-the-art, scenario-based training program that is exclusively available only to Cessna Pilot Centers. [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. BLOW THE CEILING OFF YOUR FUTURE We train using the state-of-the-art, scenario-based training program that is exclusively available only to Cessna Pilot Centers. Produced by John and Martha King and their team, this multimedia, internet training program allows students to progress at their own pace and delivers amazing retention of information. The program makes excellent use of the building blocks of learning approach. First simple skills are taught. Then with each proceeding lesson those skills are reviewed and then combined to form more advanced skills. An efficient learning system is formed which will get you through your training with confidence and minimal expense. View A Demo of our Revolutionary Training Program. THE DISCOVERY FLIGHT Your instructor will take you on a short flight to introduce you to the airplane, the airport, and the thrill of taking the controls of a safe, reliable Cessna aircraft for the first time. NAVIGATION AND CROSS-COUNTRY FLYING You’ll become an expert an various types of navigation and learn to fly to other cities on cross-country flights (any flight greater than 50 miles). TAKE YOUR WRITTEN AND FLIGHT EXAMS A written exam will precede your oral and flight exam with an FAA-designated examiner. START YOUR FLIGHT TRAINING With the Cessna Flight Training System, you will use our interactive programs designed to compliment your actual flight experience. GET YOUR AVIATION MEDICAL CERTIFICATE A complete medical exam is required to get your Student Pilot Certificate (required before solo). There are a few health conditions that can prevent your pilot certificate. KEEP FLYING Once you get your pilot’s certificate, get as much experience as possible, get involved, stay connected, and enjoy the adventure! STUDY, PRACTICE, LEARN Ground school studies and practice flights with your instructor will help you learn the principles of flight and will prepare you for your solo flight. MAKE YOUR FIRST SOLO FLIGHT Once you’ve reached a certain point in your flight training, and your instructor feels you are ready, you will join the elite group of people who can say they have flown an airplane on their own. Our Courses Private Pilot – Skycatcher: $7,485 Private Pilot – G1000 Skyhawk: $8,963 Instrument Rating – G1000 Skyhawk: $9,119 Commercial Pilot (Single-Engine Time Building): $13,365 Commercial Pilot (Mult-Eninge Time Building): $23,360 Scenario Based IPC: $800 Multi-Engine Rating: $4,133 100 Hr Multi-Engine Block: $13,908 Certified Flight Instructor (CFI): Call Instrument Instructor (CFII): Call Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI): Call Our Student First Time Pass Rate is over 90% on all courses We are an FAA Approved Part 141 Flight School and our average student finishes in 20 fewer hours than the national average. We provide only the most modern and best maintained aircraft for your training Our Scenario Based curriculum adds an extra layer of safety by improving pilot decision making Our full motion flight simulator offers a level of Emergency Procedures and Systems training not available at most other schools Our full motion flight simulator allows many of our courses to be completed in fewer hours, thereby saving hundreds of your dollars Our instructors undergo continuous re-training to ensure that they remain current on the most effective instruction techniques We have a large list of satisfied customers who will be happy to tell you about their training [-]

Commercial Pilot License

Calgary Flight Training Centre
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Canada Calgary

The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. [+]

The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. Description The commercial pilot license is divided into a ground school and a flight component. The ground school is comprised of 80 hours training and is designed to prepare you to write your written exam. To be licensed as a commercial pilot you will need a total of 200 hours flight time. While completing commercial training you will obtain a night rating as well as multi-engine instrument rating. Some hours will be done with and instructor but many will also be time-building hours while you build valuable experience. Alberta residents are also eligible for student loans. Prerequisites Hold a valid private pilot license Must be 18 years of age to be licensed however training can begin at an earlier age Category 1 Medical Course Requirements (Based on minimum Transport Canada requirements) Minimum 200 hours total flight time of which 100 hours shall be "pilot-in-command" (PIC), 20 hours shall be cross country, and 25 hours shall be instrument time (This includes all previously acquired hours) 45 hours dual instruction including: 5 hours night including 2 hours night cross country 5 hours cross country 20 hours instrument 30 hours solo including: 25 hours improving general flying skills 5 hours night 10 hours ground school Passing grade on Transport Canada written exam and flight test Length of Course The commercial pilot course can take anywhere between 6-12 months to complete depending on whether the student is full-time or part-time Privileges and Limitations The holder of a Commercial Pilot License may operate any Canadian registered single engine non-high performance aircraft for hire in VFR conditions Fly VFR "over-the-top" Fly at night [-]

PPL(A) Private Pilot Licence

Ventum Air Flight Academy
Online & Campus Combined Full time 3 weeks October 2017 Poland Warsaw

In accordance with the FCL, the PPL(A) Private Pilot Licence can be obtained via training which begins with a theoretical course. The theoretical course will provide you with all the necessary aviation knowledge. The completion of this course is obligatory before proceeding to practical training. It is also the first step in making your dreams of flying come true. [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. In accordance with the FCL, the PPL(A) Private Pilot Licence can be obtained via training which begins with a theoretical course. The theoretical course will provide you with all the necessary aviation knowledge. The completion of this course is obligatory before proceeding to practical training. It is also the first step in making your dreams of flying come true. In accordance with the European standards and regulations, as expressed in the FCL, theoretical training covers information regarding aviation law, flight rules, navigation and radio navigation, meteorology, airframe structure, performance and maintenance, flight planning and the safety of flight execution, pilotage rules, aeronautical communications, capabilities and limitations of the human body, as well as many other issues that will enable students to familiarize themselves with the basic rules of executing a flight. Our school offers the theoretical PPL(A) training in Polish and in English, based on the program that has been approved by the President of The Civil Aviation Office (CAO), in accordance with the Ventum Air’s ATO certificate. The program includes 79 hours of self-study, coordinated through our e-learning platform and 21 hours of lectures, conducted during one three-day session on the premises of our school. The training lasts 3 weeks and it covers ten subjects, in accordance with FCL. Applicants must be at least sixteen years old and have a complete lower secondary education. The e-learning platform has been fully integrated into the training program at the ATO Ventum Air. It includes over 900 pages of learning materials and aids in a form of PDF presentations and over 400 pages of additional materials, as well as a bank of 2200 exam questions, together with the correct answers. At the end of the training, students sit an internal exam. Those who pass it will obtain a certificate, on the basis of which they will be admitted to the practical part of the training. This certificate is recognized by all the members of The JAA Joint Aviation Authorities. After having passed the internal exam, students are offered a 30-minute introductory flight with an instructor. These 30 minutes in the air, the first take off, the first turn, the first landing, will stay in your memory for a very………very long time. [-]

ATPL(A) Airline Transport Pilot License (Aeroplane)

Ventum Air Flight Academy
Online & Campus Combined Full time 15 weeks October 2017 Poland Warsaw

ATPL(A) theoretical training for the ATPL(A) Airline Transport Pilot License (Aeroplane) is meant for those who want to pursue the career of an airline pilot. [+]

ATPL(A) theoretical training for the ATPL(A) Airline Transport Pilot License (Aeroplane) is meant for those who want to pursue the career of an airline pilot. This training can also serve as an alternative option for pilots who wish to extend their current license by obtaining the IR(A). Theoretical ATPL(A) training at the ATO Ventum Air is conducted exclusively in English, based on a program that has been approved by the President of The Civil Aviation Office (CAO), in accordance with the Ventum Air’s ATO (Approved Training Organization) certificate. This certificate is recognized by all the members of the JAA. In accordance with the European standards and regulations, as expressed in the FCL rules, the theoretical ATPL(A) training consists of 585 hours of self-study, coordinated through the e-learning platform, which meets the requirements specified in the FCL rules, and 70 hours of lectures, conducted during one ten-day session on the premises of our school. The training lasts 15 weeks and it covers the following 14 subjects: aviation law and air traffic control procedures, principles of flight, meteorology, flight planning, performance, capabilities and limitations of the human body, VFR communications, IFR communications, navigation, radio navigation, aircraft general knowledge, aircraft mass and balance, operational procedures. Applicants must hold a valid PPL(A), issued by a member country of the ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization and must be educated to secondary school level, i.e. A-Level, International Baccalaureate, Abitur, or equivalent standard. Classes are conducted by experienced airline pilots, medical doctors, lawyers, air traffic controllers and people from the world of aviation. The e-learning platform has been fully integrated into the training program at the ATO Ventum Air and it offers more than 1400 pages of presentations, 700 pages of additional learning materials and a bank of 14 000 exam questions, together with the correct answers. [-]

Instrument Rating Course

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 55 hours August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). Pre-Entry Requirements: Before commencing the course applicants for an IR shall: Hold at least a PPL (A) The privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810 i; or An ATPL in another category of aircraft; or A CPL (A). Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in Aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 hours shall be in Aeroplanes. Have completed the EASA, IR or ATPL theoretical knowledge exams. The instrument rating flight test must be passed within 36 months of passing the final written exam. Hold a valid medical. If training for a multi-engine Instrument Rating hold a valid multi engine piston class rating or have completed the training for the MEP class rating. All applicants must hold a valid FRTOL. Course Structure: Considering most candidates will be completing the IR course on the MEP aeroplane, The standard IR (A) Training course is a 55 hour course, 40 Hours on FNPT II, 15 Hours on MEP aircraft. If the candidate either holds a CPL (A) or Basic Instrument Flight Module (BIFM) certificate then the initial BIFM may be reduced by up to 10 hours as follows: A BIFM is not required if the candidate holds either a CPL, has completed the CPL course and passed the Skills Test, or already holds a BIFM course Completion Certificate. Any Student requiring Basic IF refresher training may use part of the Basic Instrument Flight Module as required, at the discretion of the Head of Training. Cost: £14604.72 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: see CAA scheme of charges Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £462.24 [-]

Flying Instructor (F/I) Course

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

Students who complete the F/I course are then able to teach other students to PPL level. [+]

Students who complete the F/I course are then able to teach other students to PPL level. Pre-Entry Requirements: Hold at least a CPL (A). Or hold at least a PPL (A) and have: Met the requirements for CPL theoretical knowledge, except for an FI(A) providing training for the LAPL(A) only Completed at least 200 hours of flight time on aeroplanes or TMGs, of which 150 hours as PIC; Have completed at least 30 hours on single-engine piston powered aeroplanes of which at least 5 hours shall have been completed during the 6 months preceding the pre-entry flight test set out in FCL.930. Have completed a VFR cross-country flight as PIC, including a flight of at least 300 NM in the course of which full stop landings at 2 different aerodromes shall be made Shall have passed a specific pre-entry flight test with an FI qualified in accordance with FCL.905. Within the 6 months preceding the start of the course, to assess their ability to undertake the course. Course Structure: 30 hours flight training (Max of 5 hours mutual) 25 hours Teaching and Learning 100 hours Theoretical knowledge instruction Cost: £7400.00 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: £220 Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £182.64 [-]

Commerical Pilot's License

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 4 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

The Commercial Pilot Licence is a must for anyone wanting to make flying their career. From commercial airlines to instructing, the CPL is another stepping stone for ambitious pilots wanting to work in the aviation industry. [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. The Commercial Pilot Licence is a must for anyone wanting to make flying their career. From commercial airlines to instructing, the CPL is another stepping stone for ambitious pilots wanting to work in the aviation industry. Pre-Entry Requirements: Applicants must: Be at least 18 years of age. Be the holder of a PPL (A) with a night qualification Have completed 150 hours as pilot of aeroplanes, and if the skill test is to be completed in a multi-engined aircraft, have completed at least 70 hours as pilot-in-command of aeroplanes. Have passed the JAR or EASA, CPL or ATPL theoretical knowledge exams. (Licence application for the CPL must be made within 36 months of completing the written exams.) Hold a valid Class 1 medical. Demonstrate the use of English language as set out in appendix 1 to FCL.055 Before commencing the course candidates are required to complete the Modular course checklist. If the candidate is completing a 25-hour course using the MEP aircraft as the complex aircraft, he shall hold a valid multi-engine piston class rating or have completed the training for the MEP class rating. Course Structure: The standard CPL (A) Training course is a 28 hour course 20 hours on SEP aircraft (Phase 1), and 8 hours on MEP aircraft (Phase 2) If the candidate either holds an MEP rating or is conducting the test on a SEP ‘complex’ aircraft, then Phase 2 will be reduced to 5 hours 7 Hours theoretical ground training 1 Theoretical knowledge exam Typical full time length: 4 weeks Cost: £7954.32 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: see CAA scheme of charges Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £462.24 [-]

Private Pilot's License

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 4 - 6 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

The PPL is the entry level requirement to fly solo and is the starting point fo every pilot from the recreational flyer, to the commercial pilot. [+]

The PPL is the entry level requirement to fly solo and is the starting point fo every pilot from the recreational flyer, to the commercial pilot. Pre-Entry Requirements: Minimum of 17 years of age to apply for licence Course Structure: 45 hours in aeroplanes 25 hours of dual flight instruction 10 hours solo flight, including 5 hours of solo cross-country navigation 9 Theoretical knowledge exams 1 PPL Skill test Typical full time length: 4-6 weeks Cost: £9298.80 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: £100 Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £182.64 [-]

PPL/CPL/IR/MER Course

All Asia Aviation Academy
Campus Full time 11 months July 2017 Philippines Manila Indonesia Jakarta + 2 more

You have several options to get pilot license, but you need to at least graduate from high school to be qualified. After high school, the path varies. Each path has pros and cons. AAA also supports you to select the best option for you. Please make an inquiry to us. [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. You have several options to get pilot license, but you need to at least graduate from high school to be qualified. After high school, the path varies. Each path has pros and cons. AAA also supports you to select the best option for you. Please make an inquiry to us. Getting a pilot license at an aviation college after graduating from high school You can get a pilot license through an aviation college after graduating from a high school. The advantage of studying at an aviation college is that you can receive a degree as well as a pilot license at the same time. However it takes at least four years to get a license and costs more. Getting a pilot license at a pilot school after graduating from a college/university You can get a pilot license through a flying school after you graduate from a high school and a college/university. It does not matter what you major in at a college/university. Any students are basically able to proceed to pilot training. Getting a pilot license at a pilot school after graduating from high school A pilot school is specialized for a pilot training only for the purpose of pilot licensing. This option is shorter than others and more reasonable to get a pilot license. However, as a matter of fact, there are some flying schools that have problems with their facilities or management, which cause their students to wait for the training and not to receive the training properly. You need to be careful when you choose a school, considering the fee, duration, management system and so on. Requirements - High school graduate - Good health - English proficiency Private Pilot License The Private Pilot License is the first official and internationally recognized License for everyone, whether you are training for a hobby or a career. With your newly minted Private Pilot License, you can carry more than one passenger. You will be able to fly solo or carry passengers anywhere in the Philippines during the daytime under Visual Flight Rules (VFR). If you are planning to be a professional pilot, you shall proceed to Commercial Pilot License (CPL) course. Commercial Pilot License CPL allows you to fly as a commercial pilot for living. It is mandatory to hold CPL in order to work as a pilot. You need to have minimum 160 flight hours to apply for CPL in the Philippines. Instrument Rating Instrument Rating allows you to fly in poor weather conditions and further improve your navigation skills. Flying by instrument rules allows a pilot to build confidence in handling the plane in any weather, which is also highly recommended for the future employment. Multi-Engine Rating MER gives you an opportunity to fly an airplane with more than one engine. Since most of commercial airplanes are multi-engine, MER experience is a definite step forward in your pilot career. [-]

Initial Multi Engine/Instrument Rating (M/IR)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 6 weeks July 2017 Kenya Nairobi

This course takes six weeks. KCAA regulation 67 Part II requires 45 hours initial instrument hours broken into: [+]

Scheduled flight training courses commence quarterly, in January, April, July and October. Special intakes may be offered on request. We offer training to local and international students, and can offer accommodation at our Orly, Ukunda and Malindi stations. Students in Nairobi normally find their own accommodation, but we are able to recommend a number of hostels close to Wilson Airport. The fee structures given below indicate the approximate minimum cost of each course. Rates are liable to change at very short notice due to fluctuations in foreign exchange rates and the price of fuel. All courses are available for both Kenyan residents and students from overseas. This course takes six weeks. KCAA regulation 67 Part II requires 45 hours initial instrument hours broken into: 20 hours on approved simulator 25 hours on Twin Seneca PA34 Fee Structure Phase 3: Multi/Ratings (Approx. 2 Months) Minimum Charges Item Cost (Ksh) 20 hours approved simulator @ Ksh 6,500 per hour - 130,000 25 hours on Twin Seneca PA34 @ Ksh 42,780 per hour - 1,069,500 3 hours for the General Flight Test (GFT) @ Ksh 42,780 - 128,340 Approximate Minimum Cost - 1,327,840 [-]

Commercial Pilot's License (CPL)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 8 - 12 months July 2017 Kenya Nairobi

This course takes eight to twelve months, and involves: [+]

Best Course Studies in Aviation English 2017. This course takes eight to twelve months, and involves: A further 155 flying hours CPL ground school Fee Structure Phase 2: CPL (Approx. 8 - 12 Months) Minimum charges Item Cost (Ksh) Flying 155 hours above the 45 PPL hours @ Ksh 14,360 - 2,225,800 3 hours for the General Flight Test (GFT) @ Ksh 14,360 - 43,080 CPL Ground School 60,000 Stationery, Equipment and Uniform 35,000 Approximate Minimum Cost 2,363,880 Scheduled flight training courses commence quarterly, in January, April, July and October. Special intakes may be offered on request. We offer training to local and international students, and can offer accommodation at our Orly, Ukunda and Malindi stations. Students in Nairobi normally find their own accommodation, but we are able to recommend a number of hostels close to Wilson Airport. The fee structures given above indicate the approximate minimum cost of each course. Rates are liable to change at very short notice due to fluctuations in foreign exchange rates and the price of fuel. All courses are available for both Kenyan residents and students from overseas. [-]