You've stared up at passing planes since you were in pre-school. You have "flying dreams". Now you're considering taking a step toward that dream.
At Canadian Flight Centre, we have trained over 3000 students, for whom flying is no longer just a dream, but a reality. Is the course extremely difficult? No. It is challenging, but if you apply yourself, and do your homework, you'll soon be soaring over fields, hills, lakes and playgrounds, where - just maybe - a 5-year-old future pilot will look up and stare as you fly by.
Learn to fly and discover freedom!
The first step in training to becoming a pilot starts with the Private Pilot License (PPL). With this license you are able to fly when you want to fly. Training at CFC is fun, and you even get to pick your type of airplane: from Piper Cherokee to a Cessna 172 Turbo Diesel, or a Tomahawk or even a Citabria - the choice is yours!
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AGE. There’s no minimum age to start flight training, however an applicant shall have reached his seventeenth birthday before applying for the license
MEDICAL FITNESS: Be in possession of Category III medical
40 hours of aeroplane ground school instruction
SKILL: Applicant shall successfully complete a flight test to Transport Canada Standards.
Canadian Flight Centre was established in 1979 as Canadian IFR Rating. We were the first flight school in Canada to offer only advanced instrument training for the professional pilot. More than 3000 pilots from over 20 countries have successfully trained with us. Graduates from Canadian Flight Centre are currently working at Airlines around the world.
Whether you are just starting a career in aviation or need to renew an Instrument rating – or you just want the greatest hobby in the world, Canadian Flight Centre will meet all your training requirements.
We offer flight training for Private and Commercial Licenses. In addition, pilots can obtain a night rating, multi-engine rating, instrument rating or instructor rating. Tail wheel and aerobatic training is one of Canadian Flight Centre’s specialties.
For private and commercial flight training we use Piper PA28 and Cessna 152/172. Tailwheel and Aerobatic training is offered in a Citabria and Super Decathlon and advanced multi-engine/IFR training is offered in turbo-charged, known-ice and auto=pilot equipped Senecas, A King Air C90 is available for turbine training. ...