Your Pilot Career starts here.
Age 17 years and Above, KCSE mean grade C or equivalent Certificate with, minimum of C +. Valid Medical Certificate. National ID or Passport.
The CPL Certificate is the 'professional flying career' certificate allowing you to be compensated as a pilot. During your course you will learn about the privileges and limitations you have as a Commercial Pilot, and receive in depth training in the systems and operations of your aircraft. You will learn to operate your aircraft to its maximum capabilities in high performance maneuvers and achieve a new level mastery and safety.
An Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) is the highest achievable licence that can be held by a civilian pilot. An ATPL is required to be the pilot-in-command of a multi-crew aircraft, be it a five seat Cessna Citation I or the worlds largest passenger aircraft - the Airbus A380.
Pilot in Command under supervision (NB: Or 250 hours as PIC, or made up by not less than 76 hours as PIC and the additional flight time as PIC in command) 500 Hours
Total Cross Country Flight Time (NB: Not less than 100 hours shall be as PIC or Co-Pilot under the supervision of the PIC, Provided that the method us acceptable by authority) 200 Hours
Instrument Flight Time: (NB: Not more thab 30 hours of synthetic flight training) 75 Hours
Total Flight Time Required for ATPL Issue 1500 hours
Flight Instruction comprises of 20 hours of flight training of which 15 hours will be dual instruction and 5 hours will be mutual flying with another student instructor or qualified FI to practice flight demonstartions. During the dual instruction, student instructor will learn how to demonstrate all of the PPL exercises evaluate a student's performance and correct student errors.
Holder of a KCAA Commercial Pilot Certificate.
Current medical certificate.
At least 10 hours of recent fligth time.
Prepared to pass stage one written exams and evaluation.
Prior to moving to stage two.
Instrument rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules). It requires additional training and instruction beyond what is required for a Private Pilot certificate or Commercial Pilot certificate, including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology, and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments
Instrument Rating 40 Hours Flight Time
A flight dispatcher assists in planning flight paths, taking into account aircraft performance and loading, enroute wind, thunderstorm, and turbulence forecasts, and airport conditions. Dispatchers also provide a flight following service and advise pilots if conditions or paths change. They usually work in the operations center of the airline.
Flight Dispatch 6 Months Grounds
Wilson Airport, Building No 17, Nairobi, Kenya.
Phone: +254 704 265037
+254 721 409491