4 Aircraft Flying school in Johannesburg
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course
2x Tecnam ECHO Super P92, Tecnam P2004 Bravo, Cessna 182 Skyhawk
South African Civil Aviation Authority
South African Identity Book / Passport if not a South African Citizen, Parent or Guardian if under the age of 18 years old and Medical Examination
AFOS Pilot Flight Training Academy has been training pilots since 2008 and is one of the oldest flight schools based at Rand Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa. The school specializes in fixed-wing flight training from facilities at Hangar 40, Rand Airport, Johannesburg, and offers students professional pilot flight training at competitive, market-related rates.
- Private Pilot License (PPL)
- Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
- Hire & Fly - Hour Building
- Night Rating
- Multi-Engine Rating
- Flight Instructor Rating
Why Train at AFOS Pilot Flight Training Academy?
Training is done in a 4 aircraft fleet composed of 2x Tecnam ECHO Super P92, Tecnam P2004 Bravo, Cessna 182 Skyhawk.
The flight school has a dedicated team of flight Instructors, Aircraft maintenance staff and office staff who are at each student's beck & call are always ready and willing to provide information, tuition, and assistance. They are one of the very few pilot training schools in Johannesburg that is SA CAA (South African Civil Aviation Authority) approved.
Flight students from other countries or other towns in need of residential accommodation are welcome to contact their offices where they will assist with any of your accommodation requirements.
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