Commercial Pilot License
This is the license which you require in order to fly as a pilot of a commercial airline.
Multi Engine Type Rating
This is an advance type rating that allows the student to fly aircraft with two engines.
On completion of his/her CPL the student can further his/her career in becoming a Flight Instructor.
Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
We offer grounds school training for Atpl as well as textbooks and briefings.
Student Pilot License
This is the first formal qualification required for the progression from dual flight (flying with an instructor) to flying solo.
Night Rating Training
The College will offer night rating training; this is the training required in order to be able to fly in the night but clear of clouds.
This qualification allows a student to be a Pilot in Command (PIC) of an aircraft and to carry passengers. This enables him/her to make all decisions pertaining to planning and executing a flight, during daylight hours, and in clear weather. In order to register for a commercial pilot license one has to first have a private pilot license (PPL). Please note that with a PPL the student may not receive remuneration for flying activities.
In this phase the college will train the student for his/ her instrument flying, on completion the student can fly under bad weather but can fly out or land on airports that are approved wit instrument facilities only.
Communication between instructor and trainee is the key to our training philosophy. It is the point on which we focus to ensure that the training, help and guidance is given to the trainee to ensure that they succeed.We believe that the key to all successful training is efficient two-
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