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Private Pilot Licence
Whether your purpose in learning to fly is recreational or professional, the first step for all pilots is the Private Pilot Licence.

There are several pilot licensing schools that offer comprehensive training programs addressing all aspect of private flying. Instruction in classroom and aircraft is provided by highly trained flight instructors in a professional yet comfortable style. The goal is to train students pilot to the highly standard of proficiency while making the experience an enjoyable one.
Introductory Flight Lesson
Most of the schools like Toronto Airways offer an Introductory or "Fam" Flight with no obligation. This allows the prospective trainee a chance to experience flight at the aircraft controls and an opportunity to discuss the program or have questions answered.
Enrollment Requirement
  • 16 years of age in order to hold a student pilot permit and must have reached his or her 17th birthday prior to private pilot licensing.
  • Successfully complete an aviation medical examination conducted by a Transport Canada approved Medical Examiner.
  • An applicant must be a Canadian Citizen, Landed immigrant or lawfully admitted into Canada, to undergo flight instruction.
  • Able to read exam test questions and write answers in English or French
In-flight Training
Transport Canada Requires that applicants for Private Pilot Licence log at least 45 hours of flight experience. Contained within this total are specific minimum indicated in the section titled licensing Requirements. It should be noted that flight training requirements for any individual will vary in relation to ability and the intensity of the specific program.

The hours is required for each student to achieve a high level of proficiency will vary. The Transport Canada minimum is 45 hours of flying, however, the national average is over 70 hours. a cost of about $8000 overall would be a realistic expectation for the typical student.
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