Learning to Fly
The first steps in becoming a pilot is to decide what sort of pilot you want to be. Do you want to be a commercial pilot flying big jets around the world or a recreational pilot who just wants to fly for fun. We teach all the different sorts of pilots, from all over the world, and can guide you through the process in the best way for you both in time and affordability. If you have a problem with speaking English then we can help you also.
We teach by what is called the modular system. This means that you can take each stage of your training separately on the way to becoming a professional pilot. Using this route you can progress at whatever pace you want and suits your time availability and your pocket e.g. by spreading the training over a longer time. Take your time looking over the website, there is a wealth of information here and when you are ready contact us through the contact page or, better still, come and visit us.
Below is a summary of what is involved in obtaining a Private Pilots Licence or PPL. You can find more detailed information on the PPL and other courses we teach under the Pilot Training Tab.
45 hrs of
£205 / hr*
Our prices include everything* you should need. We won't charge you extra for base landing fees, fuel or headsets. Unlike some other flying schools.
No upfront payment required, simply pay as you fly.
Air Law, Human Factors, Meteorology, Communications, Principles of Flight, Operational Procedures, Flight Performance & Planning, Aircraft General Knowledge, Navigation
Pre flight brieifings are included, you can book ground school sessions with our experienced instructors.
The final stage after you've completed all your training and exams. You take an examiner up for a flight test. After successful completion, you'll be issued with your own license.
Your EASA license is recognised and valid around the world.