We recommend you to contact your national aviation medical authorities, to get an precise answer.
According to PCAA to become a pilot in Pakistan, if you’re 17 or above with matriculation or intermediate, you can initiate your Pilot training for PPL or CPL.
One must get its Medical Class 2 certificate, submit matric/intermediate docs, complete IB & special forces clearances, get SPL to start with the Flying formally. For details and step by step process (link)
At Airborne Aviation (Flying School in Pakistan), one must require to pass an interview with our panel along with other mandatory requirements by PCAA.. More information about admission can be found here: (link)
Approximate cost for CPL/IR is about PKR 4,300,000
No, it is not included.
No, initial deposit costs only around Rs. 3lacs that will include Admission fees, Ground studies , books and manuals, monthly fees, security (refundable and adjustable) and initial flying Deposit. Head over to (LINK) to see the complete breakdown.
Airborne Aviation Flying School (Pakistan) proudly guarantee a job as Flight instructor at AA to our own students unlike anywhere in Pakistan, but we do not guarantee a job at airline. We may help you to prepare for your Airline eligibility, but it will only depends on your efforts and learning. As far as Global demand for pilots are concerned, we are very optimistic about the aviation future.
Didn’t Find the Answer?
If you didn’t find answer of your query, don’t worry, please fill the form below with your question our support team will get back to you soon.
This flying club was founded in 2012 by a group of overseas Pakistani’s with a vision to provide Top-Notch services and education to the aspiring Pilots to become the best in Aviation Industry.
© 2021 Airborne Aviation. All Rights Reserved.
PHONE AND ADDRESS
Follow us to stay connected and receive instant updates.