We offer, recreation pilot training, private pilot training, commercial pilot training, and night rating.
Please have a look at Transport Canada’s list of Medical Examiners.
To obtain a Commercial Pilot Licence may up to a year.
International students must complete their course in a reasonable time frame, flying 3-4 hours per week and completing their PPL ground classes and written exam within 2-3 months.
We require that students attend ground classes two days a week, and fly at least 2-3 times a week.
Yes. All student pilots must take the Language Proficiency Test, which is designed to assess students’ listening comprehension, speaking ability, and responses to different verbal scenarios.
Pilots can wear glasses or contact lenses if their vision is within the standards set out by Transport Canada. Please check with your aviation doctor for the requirements.
You must be 14 years old before obtaining your Student Pilot Permit, 16 for the Recreational Pilot Permit, 17 for the Private Pilot Licence, and 18 for the Commercial Pilot Licence. For more details, please visit https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/opssvs/general-personnel-gen-1803.htm
We will give you full credit for any flying completed at another school provided you have a completed log book or pilot training record with details of training certified by the school. Evidence of ground school must be certified in a Pilot Training Record or in another record acceptable to Transport Canada.
$2000 is required for international students. This goes towards a pilot kit and ground school. Flying is paid for at the end of each flight lesson. We accept CASH, VISA, MASTERCARD, and INTERAC.
Langley is one of Canada’s warmest cities, it rarely snows! Spring and summer are typically dry seasons with a few days of precipitation. Winter months allow student the chance to gain experience flying in a variety of different weather conditions.
For holders of an FAA licence visit https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/opssvs/general-personnel-usconversion-1806.htm
For holders of a licence from all other countries, please visit https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/opssvs/general-personnel-fore-1812.htm