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Airbus A320 Rating
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Private Pilots Licence
The Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL) is the first step in any individual’s aviation career and is considered to be the foundation of your flight training. This is where you learn and understand the essential principals and disciplines required for piloting an aircraft. These principals and disciplines are very important as later training will depend on your previous knowledge in order for you to continue, upgrade and improve your flying skills. The entry requirements for the PPL are...
Commercial Pilots License
The Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) is considered a professional licence, and upon completion the pilot will be able to act as pilot in command of a single pilot aircraft, or as co-pilot of a multi pilot aircraft and get remunerated for their work. The applicant for a Commercial Pilot licence in South Africa must have the following: Hold a valid Private Pilot’s Licence, with Night Rating Hold a valid Class 1 Medical 200 hours of flight training (This is the legal minimum) Of th...
Night Rating
The SACAA Night Rating is an additional rating that is added to your existing Private Pilot Licence. The night rating requires that the pilot has a minimum of 10 hours of Instrument training, upon completion of the rating. The instrument training must be done with an Instructor who holds a Valid Instrument Rating. These instrument hours are done during the day under the “HOOD” in the General Flying Area. The “HOOD” restricts the pilot’s view to that of the instrume...
Instrument Rating
The Instrument Rating is a rating that can be added onto either the Private Pilot’s Licence or the Commercial Pilot’s Licence, and enables the pilot to fly under IFR (Instrument Meteorological Conditions). The pilot will have to undergo extensive ground and flight training in order to prepare for the Instrument Rating Test. In order to test the candidate will need to have: 40 hours of Instrument flight time (under instruction). Of which, 20 hours can be completed on an approved ...
Instructors Rating
The Flight Instructor Rating (FI) is an excellent rating for any pilot to have on his/her licence. As an Instructor you will gain valuable flight experience and expand your level of knowledge. You must be the holder of a Valid CPL or ATPL, in order to test for your Flight Instructor Rating. The training will consist of the following. 20 hours Flight Instructor Patter (Learning to fly and instruct from the right hand side of the aeroplane) 80 hours of Flight Instructor Briefings 2 Flight I...
Crew Resource Management Course
The objective of Crew Resource Management (CRM) Training is to improve flight safety through the understanding of the Human Factor in Aircraft accidents and incidents, and through effective use of error management strategies in individuals as well as in the system. Since the support functions to flight deck crew play a significant role in incidents and accidents, CRM Training programs have been designed specifically for flight deck, cabin crew and maintenance engineers. Initial CRM The aim...
Dangerous Goods Course
Dangerous goods are articles or substances, which are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment when transported by air, and which are classified according to Section 3 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. These characteristics will make their transport by air hazardous, unless suitable precautions are taken. The commodities include the goods that are not only obvious substances such as acids, radioactive materials, poisons and explosives, but also some unlikel...