Ninety-Nines Flying School


10 aircraft flight school with 2 fully operational simulators


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

International Students


Aircraft fleet number



1 Redbird TD2, 1 Redbird FMX


Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA)

Entry Requirements

At least 17 years old, Pass medical exam, Able to read, write, speak, and comprehend English language

Ninety-Nines Flying School was established in 1975 in Wilson Airport, Nairobi, Kenya. The creation of the flight school made a huge impact in the development of East Africa aviation industry for providing quality flight training services.

Courses offered:

  • Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  • Private Pilot License (CPL)
  • Qualified Flying Instructors
  • Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
  • Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)

Why join us?

Ninety-Nines Flying School conducts its training with a total of 10 aircraft and 2 simulators, namely: 1 Redbird TD2 and full motion simulator, the Redbird FMX. Moreover, it has 13 full time flying instructors and 9 full time Ground Instructors. Its instructors includes former Kenya Air force pilots.

It has a well structured Ground School which has scheduled intakes. For over 4 decades, the flight school continues to produce excellent and quality pilots in the national carrier which is the Kenya Airways.

In terms of residential accommodation, the institution does not provide such. However, it may avail on request by the list of hostels which are located within the vicinity (walking distance) of the Wilson Airport, where the institution is based.

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