How Long Does It Take To study Aviation In South Africa?

What is Aviation?

Aviation is the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry.

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Aircraft includes fixed-wing and rotary-wing types, morphable wings, wing-less lifting bodies, as well as lighter-than-air craft such as hot air balloons and airships.

How Long Does It Take To study Aviation In South Africa?

this typically takes between 6 to 12 months – depending on completion of exams, finances, and time availability.

Schools That Offer Aviation Courses In South Africa

Blue Chip Flying School. Pretoria, South Africa.

Skyhawk Aviation. Johannesburg, South Africa.

43 Air School. Port Alfred, South Africa.

AAA 4 Pilots. Durban, South Africa.

Progress Flight Academy.

Eagle Air Flight School.

Cape Town Flight Training Centre.

Virginia Flight School.

Which university can I study aviation in South Africa?

university Offering aviation Course In South Africa

Blue Chip Flying School. Pretoria, South Africa.

Skyhawk Aviation. Johannesburg, South Africa.

43 Air School. Port Alfred, South Africa.

AAA 4 Pilots. Durban, South Africa.

Progress Flight Academy.

Eagle Air Flight School.

Cape Town Flight Training Centre.

Virginia Flight School.

How much are aviation school fees in South Africa?

COSTAMOUNT
15 Solo hours on PA28-161 @ R1 750 per hourR26 250
5 Dual hours on FNPT II @ R960 per hourR4 800
15 Hours @ R414.00 (minimum by law)R5 250

What are the requirements to study aviation in South Africa?

Requirements

You must be 18 years or older.

You must hold a valid class 1 medical certificate.

You must hold a valid general certificate of proficiency in radio-telephony.

You must hold a valid Private Pilot License.

You must hold a Night Rating.

You must show proof of English language proficiency.

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