Blue Chip Flight School

Wonderboom Airport, Lintvelt Road, Doornpoort, Pretoria, South Africa

Training Private Pilot and Airline Pilots since 1996 at Wonderboom Airport, Pretoria using a large fleet of modern training equipment


Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Flight Instructor course

International Students


Aircraft fleet

Cessna 172, Sling II, Sling IV, Piper Warrior 161, Cessna 172 RG, Baron Be 55


SIMUFLIGHT Single & Multi-Engine FNPT II


South African Civil Aviation Authority

Entry Requirements

No subject requirements but an understanding of Mathematics and Science will be an advantage, Needs to be declared medically fit by an approved aviation medical examiner and proficient in English

With a proven track record of over 22 years in both Private and Commercial pilot training, Blue Chip Flight School not only trains pilots but Captains. Established as a flight school at Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria, South Africa, and founded on March 1, 1996, the school has the facilities and technology to train you to become a state-of-the-art pilot.

Courses offered:

  • Private Pilot License (PPL)
  • Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  • Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)

Why Blue Chip Flight School?

Blue Chip Flight School has been around for 22 years, awarding people with wings and the freedom to forge exciting careers in aviation. The School strives to recognize and nourish the passion within each student pilot and consciously develop a disciplined yet harmonious relationship between instructor and student.

The aviation industry is made up of extraordinary, unique people who share the passion of flying with specific energy and enthusiasm that is not seen elsewhere. When you become a pilot at Blue Chip, you join an instant family.

The school also boasts a state-of-the-art simulator designed and built to meet the South African Civil Aviation Authority FNPT II requirements and also have a web-based, paperless electronic booking, authorization sheet, and student filing system.

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