Course in Aviation in Nairobi in Kenya

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Aviation

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

The study of the design, production and operation of aircraft is called aviation. Studying this field can lead to a job in aircraft design or testing, as well as many others. Some basic physics knowledge is necessary for this field.

A country found in East Africa is officially called the Republic of Kenya. Though the education system was colonial and Britain’s, the country today has a 8-4-4 systems of education. 8 years of primary and 4 years for secondary education. The university education takes 4 years. This replaced the 7-4-2-3 system.

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. This city is known for its good educational institutions and their diversified degree programs. Some of them are University of Nairobi, Kenyatta University, Daystar University and African Nazarene University.

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Initial Multi Engine/Instrument Rating (M/IR)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 6 weeks July 2018 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:... [-]


Commercial Pilot's License (CPL)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 8 - 12 months July 2018 Kenya Nairobi

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

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.... [-]


Private Pilot's License (PPL)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 4 - 6 months July 2018 Kenya Nairobi

This course takes four to six months. [+]

This course takes four to six months, and involves:

45 flying hours and revision General flight test Ground school instruction course Morse code tutorial

Students will be assessed by a KCAA GFT examiner.

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.

Fee Structure

Phase 1: PPL (Approx. 4 - 6 Months) Minimum Charges

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