Yes! Anyone can become a pilot. With a little time and effort, you can attain a Private Pilot License or a Commercial Pilot License.
English is the international language for aviation, therefore you must be able to understand, write and speak English to become a pilot.
If you require prescription lenses, your sight must be 20/20 vision with your glasses or contact lenses and you must wear these at all times.
Yes, all of our aircrafts are constantly professionally maintained, ensuring they are mechanically and structurally safe at all times. Safety is our number one priority and is the basis for all of our training.
Our goal is to make flight training flexible, feasible and accessible to all ages, therefore we offer three payment options.
Safety is our number one priority. If the weather is inadequate and below certain minimums, we are not allowed to depart on a flight. We will let you know at the earliest time if your flight will not be going ahead.
To earn a Private Pilot Certificate, you must learn and require a minimum of 40 hours of flight training (20 with an instructor and 20 solo). However, most students will complete their training with 60 to 80 hours of flight training.