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Aviation studies the many aspects of flight including design, production and use of aircraft. Many aviation courses deal with heavier-than-air aircraft, but there is also the study of lighter-than-air aircraft, such as blimps.

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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Paramount Aviation Academy

A commercial pilot may be compensated for flying. Training for the license focuses on a better understanding of aircraft systems and a higher standard of airmanship. ... [+]

A commercial pilot may be compensated for flying. Training for the license focuses on a better understanding of aircraft systems and a higher standard of airmanship. The commercial license itself does not allow a pilot to fly in instrument meteorological conditions.

A commercial airplane pilot must be able to operate a complex airplane, as a specific number of hours of complex (or turbine-powered) aircraft time are among the prerequisites, and at least a portion of the practical examination is performed in a complex aircraft.

By itself, this license does not permit the pilot to set up an operation that carries members of the public for hire; such operations are governed by other regulations. Often, the commercial license will reduce the pilot's insurance premiums, as it is evidence of training to a higher safety standard.... [-]

South Africa Bethlehem
February 2020
English
Full-time
Campus
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Paramount Aviation Academy

A Private Pilot Licence is the first step towards obtaining a CPL. It allows you to carry a limited number of passengers. ... [+]

A Private Pilot Licence is the first step towards obtaining a CPL. It allows you to carry a limited number of passengers.

Requirements to start - 16 years or older (you can start training earlier but have to be 17 years of age in order to be awarded a private pilot’s license and 16 years to be able to go solo) - Hold a valid class 1 or 2 medical certificate (we have doctors in Bethlehem who are able to perform your flight medical once you have started the course) - You should be able to speak English on a conversational level, as it is a requirement to pass an English language test in order to obtain your radio license. Legal Flying Requirements A minimum of 25 hours dual flight instruction (dual – practical flight training with an instructor onboard) A minimum of 15 solo hours (this is made up of a minimum of 5 hours of cross-country, 5 hours of circuit and landing training and 5 hours of general flying training) 5 hours of instrument flying training. ... [-]
South Africa Bethlehem
February 2020
English
Full-time
Campus
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Kenya School of Flying

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:... [-]

Kenya Nairobi
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English
Full-time
6 weeks
Campus
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Kenya School of Flying

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.... [-]

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

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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Kenya Nairobi
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English
Full-time
4 - 6 months
Campus
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