Singapore Flying College (SFC)

Singapore Flying College Pte. Ltd. Singapore

Wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, having trained more than 2,000 cadets, with flight training being done in Western Australia

Courses

Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Type Rating

International Students

No

Aircraft fleet number

19

Aircraft fleet

16 Cessna 172 and 3 multi-engine Beechcraft Baron

Simulators

Single Engine Frasca G142 and Twin Engine Frasca G242

Airline Partnership

Singapore Airlines

Financing partner

Sponsored by Singapore Airlines

Accreditations

Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam

Entry Requirements

Minimum Secondary School qualification with credits in English, Maths and a Science subject. Proficiency in English is a requirement.

Singapore Flying College (SFC), established in 1988 under the Singapore Airlines Group, is the training school for ab-initio cadet pilots with Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Singapore Airlines Cargo. The Flight School was the first globally to use Phenom Jets as part of the Commercial Pilot Training curriculum. Sucessful graduation of the pilot training at Singapore Flying College will fast track our career to be an airline captain with one of the partner Airlines.

The Flight School, Singapore Flying College headquarters are located at Seletar, Singapore, in close proximity to Seletar Airport and this is where the ground school phase of training, as well as the aptitude flight testing is conducted. On successful completion, cadets subsequently do the rest of the Commercial Pilot License and Instrument rating training at Singapore Flying College other training facility at Jandakot Airport in Perth, Western Australia. This is because airspace is busy and restricted in Singapore and Australia provides an better initial environment for flight training.

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Singapore Flying College has a fleet of 19 aircraft (16 Cessna 172 and 3 multi-engine Beechcraft Baron - the Phenom Jet component of training was phased out). Using this fleet Singapore Flying College offer's two courses:

  • Ab-initio Training Program: Integrated Commercial Pilot License/Multi-Engine/Instrument Rating plus frozen Airline Transport Pilot License (duration of 24 weeks)
  • Multi-Crew Pilot License for Singapore Airlines selected/sponsored Cadet

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