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Course List
Recreational Pilot Permit — $5,850

Your Privileges

  • Fly as a pilot-in-command any single engine non high performance aircraft (4 seaters max) with one passenger in Canada.
  • Operate under day VFR only.
  • Can upgrade to a PPL easily.

Requirements

  • Must be at least 16 years old
  • Successfully completed a medical exam
Transport Canada Minimum:
  • 15 hours dual instruction, including a minimum of 2 hours cross-country 5 hours solo flight time build up 5 hours
  • Successfully completed a Transport Canada written examination
  • Successfully completed a flight test with an approved Transport Canada examiner
Private Pilot Licence airplane, PPL(A)
Fast track: $9,630

Your privileges

  • Fly any Airplane (Canadian registered) anywhere in the world
  • Requirements

    • Must be at least 17 years old
    • Successfully completed a medical exam with an approved Transport Canada medical examiner
    Transport Canada Minimum
    • 17 hours dual instruction, including a minimum of 3 hours cross-country and 5 hours instrument time
    • 12 hours solo flight time including a minimum of 5 cross-country hours build up 16 hours
    • 40 hours ground school
    • Successfully completed a Transport Canada written examination
    • Successfully completed a flight test with an approved Transport Canada examiner
    Aerobatic Endorsement — $2,930
    • Must hold a Private Pilot License or higher
    • Must complete 4 hours ground briefing
    • Must complete 10 hours of aerobatic dual instruction
    Night Rating — $4,440

    Your privileges

    • Fly VFR at night time

    Requirements

    • Hold a PPL(A)
    Transport Canada Minimum
      10 hours of flight time including a minimum of:
    • 5 hours dual time, including 2 hours of cross-country flight time
    • 5 hours solo time, including 10 takeoffs, circuits and landing
    • And
    • 10 hours instrument flight time
    Instrument Rating — $8,800

    Your Privileges

    • Fly during IFR conditions

    Requirements

      An Instrument Rating is issued for aircraft in one of the following groups:
    • Group 1 — Multi-engine
    • Group 2 — Multi-engine Center line thrust
    • Group 3 — Single Engine
    • Group 4 — Helicopter
    • Before commencing flight training for the Instrument Rating, an applicant must hold a Private or Commercial Pilot Licence
    • An applicant must successfully complete a Transport Canada written exam
    • An applicant must successfully complete a flight test with a designated Transport Canada examiner
    • An applicant must complete a minimum of 40 hours instrument flight training, of which 20 hours can be completed in an approved flight simulator
    Multi Engine Rating — Call for pricing | 1.844.ICANFLY

    Your Privileges

    • Fly any aircraft that has two ore more engines

    Requirements

    • A Private or Commercial licence is required.
    • Depending on the amount of flying experience the student has, an average of 8 to 15 hours is spent working on this rating.
    Pro Pilot Ground School — 3 Days | $649

    Module I

    1. Maths and Physics
    2. Weight and Balance
    3. Human Performance
    4. Meteorology
    5. Principles of Flight
    6. Communications

    Module II

    1. Air Law
    2. Flight Planning
    3. General Navigation
    4. Radio Navigation
    5. Aircraft Performance

    Module III

    1. Aircraft Systems
    2. Aircraft Electrics
    3. Power Plant
    4. Instruments 1
    5. Instruments 2
    6. Operations Procedures
    Airline Pilot Ground School — 5 Days | $949

    Syllabus

    1. Introduction
    2. Air Law 1: General Provisions
    3. Air Law 2: Operation of Leased A/C
    4. General Knowledge: Airframes, Engines and Systems 1
    5. General Knowledge: Airframes, Engines and Systems 2
    6. General Knowledge: Theory of Flight 1
    7. Meteorology 1
    8. Navigation 1
    9. General Knowledge: Human Factors 1
    10. Air Law 3: Aerodromes and Airports
    11. Air Law 4: Personnel Licensing and Training and Airworthiness
    12. General Knowledge: Flight Operations 1
    13. General Knowledge: Flight Operations 2
    14. General Knowledge: Instruments 1
    15. General Knowledge: Instruments 2
    16. General Knowledge: Instruments 3
    17. Air Law 5: Airspace Structure, Classification and Use
    18. Air Law 6: Operation and Flight Rules
    19. Air Law 7: Equipment Requirements, Flight Prep, Operations near A/D
    20. General Knowledge: Flight Operations 3
    21. General Knowledge: Flight Operations 4
    22. Air Law 8: Flight Rules and Communication
    23. Air Law 9: Private Operator Passenger Transportation
    24. Air Law 10: Aircraft Requirements (including Equipment)
    25. General Knowledge: Airframes, Engines and Systems 3
    26. General Knowledge: Airframes, Engines and Systems 4
    27. Air Law 11: Aircraft Equipment Requirements, etc
    28. Air Law 12: General Commercial Air Service and Flight/Duty Time
    29. Air Law 13: Commuter Operations — Flight and Performance Ops
    30. Meteorology 2
    31. Meteorology 3
    32. General Knowledge: Human Factor 2
    33. Navigation 2
    34. Navigation 3
    35. Air Law 14: Commuter Operations — Requirements, Training and Manuals
    36. Navigation 4
    37. Air Law 15: Airline Operations — Flight and Performance Operations
    38. Meteorology 4
    39. Meteorology 5
    40. General Knowledge: Human Factors 3
    41. Meteorology 6
    42. Air Law 16: Airline Operations — Equipment Requirements
    43. Air Law 17: Airline Operations — Personnel, Training, Manuals, SMS
    Glass Cockpit Certificate — 1 Day | $899

    Garmin G1000 Course

    The Garmin G1000 is an integrated flight instrument system manufactured by Garmin typically composed of two display units, one serving as a primary flight display, and one as a multi-function display. It serves as a replacement for most conventional flight instruments and avionics.

    • Course Duration: 2 days
    • Mixture of both classroom and simulator training — 13.5 hrs of classroom, 10 hrs of simulator exercise
    • Glass Cockpit Certificate will be granted upon successful completion of the course.