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Pilot Training

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.

Pilot training is a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding process of becoming a successful pilot. The aviation industry continues to grow rapidly, meaning there is a large demand for pilots with this extensive training. Those who have completed pilot training and have acquired a license will have a variety of jobs to choose from.

Africa is a continent of 53 independent countries and a rich mix of native peoples, cultures, economies and history. Africa is the second largest continent in the world.

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Integrated ATPL Course

ATIS Aviation Academy
Campus Full time February 2017 Egypt Cairo South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

Private Pilot License (PPL) SA-CAA Medical Student Pilot License (SPL) [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in Africa 2017. Private Pilot License (PPL) SA-CAA Medical Student Pilot License (SPL) PPL Kit 7 Written Tests Radiotelephony Test 45-65 Flying Hours English Proficiency Test 4 Flying Dual Checks PPL Flight Test Night Rating (NR) Written Test 10-20 Flying Hours 2 Dual Checks NR Flight Test CPL & Instrument Rating CPL Kit 9 Written Tests 35-45 Instruments Hours 2 Instrument Dual Checks Instrument Rating Flight test 80-100 Flying Hours (Time Building ) 20-25 Hours Complex or Multi Aircraft 2 Complex or Multi Aircraft Dual Checks CPL Flight Test Instructor Rating Training Course 20 Flying Hours SA-CAA theoretical examinations Combined Theoretical and Practical flight Test ATPL SA-CAA ATP Theoretical Examinations Practical Flight Test Excluded Items Embassy visa process fees Accommodation and food Medical Insurance Flight Tickets Notes: Student must complete not less than 1500 hours of flight time to be able to enter the ATPL practical flight test. ATIS Aviation academy will guarantee a job vacancy as a flight instructor, which will help the student building the 1500 hours of flight time. Student must meet the requirements to enter the ATPL Program: Minimum ICAO English Level 5 Must not fail more than 3 times in any written test Students must be evaluated in terms of scientific behavior and participation of at least a very good. [-]

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

ATIS Aviation Academy
Campus Full time February 2017 Egypt Cairo South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

This is the rating you will require to enter the commercial and airline world of aviation. As a commercial pilot you may fly as pilot in command, for remuneration, any aircraft certified for single pilot operations. [+]

This is the rating you will require to enter the commercial and airline world of aviation. As a commercial pilot you may fly as pilot in command, for remuneration, any aircraft certified for single pilot operations. You may operate as a co-pilot, for remuneration (once you have completed the type-specific training) on any large commercial aircraft certified for multi crew operations, up to the Boeing 747. To operate as pilot in command on multi crew aircraft you must complete the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). It is obvious that the CPL is required should a career in aviation be your dream. It will also allow you to build the mandatory experience required for the ATP. Requirements for the issue of a Commercial Pilot’s License (CPL): Be at least 18 years old. Be the holder of a class 1 medical certificate. Hold a General Radio Telephony certificate. You must have completed a minimum of 200 hours, of which 20 may have been completed on approved simulators. This actually means that if you pursue a CPL with Instrument Rating, you will need 180 hours of flight time. Of these flight hours, 100 must be as pilot in command (PIC), which must include 5 hours as pilot in command at night. These hours must consist of a minimum of 20 hours cross country flight time, with at least 1 flight of more than 300NM’s with 2 full stop landings at airfields other than the base. You must also complete a night cross country... [-]

Integrated Commercial Pilot License

ATIS Aviation Academy
Campus Full time February 2017 Egypt Cairo South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

Private Pilot License (PPL) SA-CAA Medical Student Pilot License (SPL) [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in Africa 2017. Private Pilot License (PPL) SA-CAA Medical Student Pilot License (SPL) PPL Kit 7 Written Tests Radiotelephony Test 45-65 Flying Hours English Proficiency Test 4 Flying Dual Checks PPL Flight Test Night Rating (NR) Written Test 10-20 Flying Hours 2 Dual Checks NR Flight Test CPL & Instrument Rating CPL Kit 9 Written Tests 35-45 Instruments Hours 2 Instrument Dual Checks Instrument Rating Flight test 80-100 Flying Hours (Time Building ) 20-25 Hours Complex or Multi Aircraft 2 Complex or Multi Aircraft Dual Checks CPL Flight Test Excluded Items Embassy visa process fees Accommodation and food Medical Insurance Flight Tickets Note: Payments are done in 4 installments. [-]

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: [+]

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. [-]

Private Pilot's License (PPL)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 4 - 6 months July 2017 Kenya Nairobi

This course takes four to six months. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in Africa 2017. 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 Item Cost (Ksh) Flying hours and Revision: 45 hours @ Ksh 14,360 - 646,200 Ground School Instruction Course 45,000 Stationery, Equipment and Uniform 101,600 First Aid Course by St. John Ambulance 9,500 KCAA Air Navigation Service Charges 15,000 Approximate Minimum Cost 817,300 [-]