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

What is Piloting?

Piloting or pilotage is the process of navigating on water or in the air using fixed points of reference on the sea or on land,

usually with reference to a nautical chart or aeronautical chart to obtain a fix of the position of the vessel or aircraft with respect to a desired course or location. Horizontal fixes of position from known reference points may be obtained by sight or by radar.

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

To get a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in South Africa, you will need an average of 1 to 2 years (in some extreme cases 3 years).

Whereas you will need only 3 to 6 months to obtain a Private Pilot License (PPL).

Schools That Offer Piloting Courses In South Africa

Johannesburg School of Flying

43 Air School

Lanseria Flight Training

Progress Flight Academy

Flight School – Eagle Air south Africa

Madiba Bay School of Flight

U-Fly Training Academy

Aeron Flight, Pilot, and Ground School Training

Cape Town Flight Training Centre

Johannesburg Flying Academy

Blue Chip Flight School

Virginia Flight School

Skyy Aviation Academy

Morningstar Flight Academy

Airborne Aviation

Where can I study to become a pilot in South Africa?

Schools Offering 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 does it take to become a pilot in South Africa?

Must be at least 16 years of age. Hold a class 1 or 2 medical certificates. Hold an ICAO language proficiency certificate (if required). Completed an aircraft technical.

15 Hours @ R414.00 (minimum by law)R5 250
3 Dual hours on PA28-161 @ R2 050R6 150