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Applying is a relatively easy process. Like most processes, it’s always easier when you have experienced people on hand to explain it so we recommend that you call us or click here to request a call back.

2 Ways to Apply

  1. By Telephone: Call us on 061 0078100 Or if you are calling from outside of the South Africa +27610078100. Alternatively click here to request a callback. Our aviation expert is here to help and advise you on the best way to begin your career.
  2. Online: If you would prefer to fill out an application form online follow this link (Application for Admission)

When Does Training Start?

Training starts at your convenience. 

In our opinion, the mixture of classroom and practical flying is the best way for students to learn.

Class Schedule Dates 

What you learn in the classroom will be put to practical use in the air and vice-versa . The sometimes complex nature of what you are learning in the classroom is fully revealed when your instructor is taking you through it in the air.

You’ll understand the importance of ground school and dedication to learning both in the air and on the ground to make you a more professional pilot. Many of our students tell us that our approach to learning is what attracted them to our Academy.

Benefits of attending aviation schools in South African

1. Environment

South Africa offers breathtaking  scenery, a relaxed and stress free environment and  ranked as one of the best locations to attain a part 61 pilot license in the world. So what are you waiting for prepare for your future career in a comfortable and professional environment at an Aviation School in South Africa by completing the contact form below.

2. Well Maintained Training Aircraft

Air safety is a big concern. Picking a professional flight school with a great reputation, safety record and well maintained aircraft,will offer a safe learning environment. This will have the single biggest impact on your training.

3. Rand and Cents

Aviation schools in South Africa offer courses in the local currency (ZAR) instead of international currency, making it more cost effective . Not only are the costs lower than flight schools in other parts of the world, South African flight schools are accustomed to accommodating many international students and therefore most of the institution’s facilities cater for this and still the cost remains lower. This does not, however, impact the quality of education and the qualifications are internationally recognized, with most civil aviation authorities and airlines operators recruiting pilots from South African schools.

4.Your own schedule 

Flexible schedules make it convenient for both local & international students because the flexible hours allow for quality spare time and travelling or a part-time job can be taken up to help pay for their studies.

It is important to partner with the right pilot training school, to get the support, knowledge, and practical experience you need to excel as a pilot.

Requirements to become a pilot

The below is only a showcase of basic entry requirements to give a general idea of what is expected from students.

Enrolling to get qualified as a pilot is much simpler than one would think. There aren’t any major requirements needed apart from the following:

  • South African students must be at least 17 years of age and international students must be 18 or older
  • A valid ID or Passport
  • Medical Aid Cover (speak to aviation school if not covered, some are able to assist)
  • A copy of your school matriculation certificate or tertiary diploma/degree
  • It is highly recommended that you have a basic knowledge of Core Mathematics and Physical Science
  • Passing an aviation medical exam and an English Proficiency test
  • International students require a study visa

It is recommended to have Mathematics, Science and Geography as subjects at school, but they aren’t requirements. These are just to aid in the quicker understanding of the course material.