Courses

Our Courses Structure

In only 8 to 10 months of training, AFT’s professional pilot course will take a student from zero experience to the Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot level. Th focus of this course is for the student to receive a strong foundation in an organised structured program. The program is based around airline style training, having the student conduct all their training in advanced glass cockpit aircraft and simulator.

Our Courses

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PPL

PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE

50 Hours Total
Single Dual Flights in 152 40 hours
Single Solo Flights in 152 10 Hours
Group Ground Lessons 40 Hours
Ground Lessons One-on-Ones 10 Hours
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IR

Instrument rating

100 Hours Total
Single Dual Flights in 172s 30 Hours
Single Solo Flights in 152 (PIC) 50 Hours
Redbird Simulator (Dual) 20 Hours
Group Ground Lessons 40 Hours
Ground Lessons One-on-One 10 Hours
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MER

Multi-Engine Rating

35 Hours Total
Piper Seneca PA-34(Dual) 25 Hours
Redbird Multi-Engine Simulator (Dual) 10 Hours
Ground School Theory 5 Hours
Ground Lessons One-on-One 5 Hours
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CPL

Commercial Pilot license

65 Hours Total
Single Solo Flight in 152 (PIC) 45 Hours
Redbird Simulator (Solo) 20 Hours
Group Ground Lessons 10 Hours
Ground Lessons One-on-One 10 Hours

flying simulator (total 50 hours)

Cessna 152 145 Hours
Cessna 172-s (g 1000) 30 Hours
multi-engine piper Seneca (pa 34) 25 hours
simulator (redbird fmx) 50 Hours

requirements for pilot training admission

  • minimum age 17 years and above
  • 12th Standard (physics & mathematics) Pass
  • Good character / police clearance Certificate (PPC)
  • Applicant should be able read and write in English (If any applicant and students requires English
    Communications improvements, customized programs
    for 1 month training is available.)

complete procedures

1. Student fills up the admission form.

2. student receives offer letter from AFT center

3. student submits the following requirements:
     I) academic transcript high school, post secondary
     II) scanned copy of passport or Adhara card
     III) registration deposit
     IV) 8 photograph 2×2 size (white background)

4. student will be scheduled for class II and class I medical

5. after evaluation, student will sign the training contract an will fill I-20 form for visa

6. student to make the first installment payment

7. student under go the visa procedure and visa interview

8. student books the flight and depart for USA