Training options

The training path you will follow depends on your previous experience and your personal requirements.

There are some common elements to all programmes: a Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL), Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flying, Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL) theory, an Instrument Rating (IR), Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) flying and your Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL). If you understand all this, read on. If you are baffled already, don’t worry as we can explain them and will soon be writing a BLOG article to describe the requirements in plain English!

If you have little or no flying experience and wish to do a full time course, we recommend you do one of our standard packages. They are all-in options, simplifying your buying choices while providing you with the high quality training that you need. We’ll soon publish the details of these packages here, but in the meantime, please book an appointment with our Training Advisor who will take you through the choices that suit your circumstances and requirements.

If you have little or no flying experience but do not want to go away for a full-time course, there are other options. These include conducting the first part of your training with a flying school of your choice and conducting large elements part-time or at least at your own pace. The best thing to do is to book an appointment with our Training Advisor who will take you through the choices that suit your circumstances and requirements.

If you have already started pilot training, we can still help. It is possible to count your existing experience and qualifications. It may be possible to do elements of your remaining training part-time or we can enrol you on a full-time course to complete your training. Please book an appointment with our Training Advisor who will take you through the choices that suit your circumstances and requirements.

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