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JFC Flight Training

Phases 1 through to 4 as below. Students will be provided with a full detailed costing and syllabus by email to suite their particular needs when enquiring.

How many hours does it take, and which aircrafts are used for training?

AIRCRAFT:

Recreational flight training component is conducted in a Cessna 172P 4 seat fixed pitch propeller and fixed gear with a carburettor piston engine.

Private Cross country Pilot Training component is conducted in a Cessna 172S 4 seat fixed pitch propeller and fixed gear with an injector piston engine.

Commercial Pilot Training component is conducted in a Cessna 172RG or 4 seat variable pitch propeller and retractable undercarriage piston engine.

Multi engine training and IFR are conducted in a Piper Seminole , Comanche or Beach Baron depending on the students choice of aircraft..

Turbine jet training is conducted in a Beech King Air Simulator and B200 aircraft.

Theoretical training

With some tuition and practice exams provided by JFC most students will find their text book theory easy. This greatly reduces their costs for training.

However, Pre and Post Flight Briefing theory is provided with all flights.

Full theory courses can be provided for group or individual circumstances.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements are simple and you can start at any age. However, you cannot hold a private pilot license till 16 years of age and a commercial till 18 years of age.

All you need is to pass the Aviation English and Medical Class 1 for Commercial and Class 2 for Private Licenses

Flight Training

  • Private or Recreational
  • Commercial and Career
  • Overseas Conversions

FLIGHT HOURS:

Phase 1 (20 hours)
The Basic Private Pilot Licence (recreational) required by law is 20 hours total. This can be achieved in as little as 3 months.

Phase 2 (20 hours)
The Private (cross country navigation) Pilot Licence required by law is 40 hours total. This can be achieved in as little as 6 months.

Phase 3 (110 hours)
The Basic Commercial Pilot license required by law is 150 hours total. This can be achieved in as little as 12 months.

Options:

Multi Engine is 5-7 Hours in 3 days

IFR is 20 Hours in 3 weeks

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