HELICOPTER TRAINING

The typical path that someone would follow when starting their helicopter flight training is usually first obtain their PPL or (Private Pilot Certificate) which allows you act as Pilot in Command of the aircraft and fly with passengers. Students who wish to only fly for fun or on weekends may choose to stop their training at this level.


Students who aspire to work as pilots continue their flight training towards their CPL or (Commercial Pilot Certificate). This allows you to be compensated and to do certain kinds of commercial work.


Further training can lead to a CFI or (Flight Instructor Certificate) which allows an instructor to work and build time and experience whilst teaching other students.


In addition to Private and Commercial certification, an IFR or (Instrument Rating) will provide students with crucial instrument skills.


After a student obtains their Flight Instructor certificate, the CFI-I (Certified Flight Instructor with Instrument Rating) will allow an instructor to provide instrument training to other students.


Note: The typical path of flight training is usually PPL >> IFR >> CPL >> CFI >> CFI-I


Note: We offer all training as initial certificates / rating or as add-on to existing certificates.


Our fleet of training aircraft include the:

·  Robinson R22 Beta II (2 seat piston engine)
·  Robinson R44 Raven II  (4 seat piston engine)
·  Robinson R66 (5 seat turbine engine)


Glass-cockpit avionics


If you’re interested in gaining experience in using the latest and greatest in glass-cockpit technology, we offer training in the Robinson R44 Raven II using an Aspen EFD1000 and Garmin GNS 650 GPS.


Turbine transition

 If you’re interested in adding some turbine time to your flight experience, we offer training in the Robinson R66.