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  • Outline Private Pilot Licence Program
    Age: Minimum of seventeen years of age.

    Medical Fitness: Category 3 Medical Certificate valid for a Private Pilot Licence - Aeroplanes.

    Aircraft used: Cessna 172

    Ground School:

    Minimum of 40 hours private pilot aeroplane ground school instruction on the following subjects:
    (i) Canadian Aviation Regulations, (ii) Aerodynamics and Theory of Flight,(iii) Meteorology, (iv) Airframes, Engines and Systems, (v) Flight Instruments, (vi) Radio and Electronic Theory, (vii) Navigation, viii) Flight Operations, (ix) Licensing Requirements, and (x) Human Factors, including pilot decision- making.

    Knowledge:
    The student shall have obtained a minimum of 60% in each of the following four mandatory subject areas as well as in the overall written examination Private Pilot Licence - Aeroplane (PPAER):
    i)Air Law
    ii)Navigation
    iii)Meteorology
    iv)Aeronautics - General knowledge

    Experience:
    An applicant shall have completed a minimum of 45 hours private pilot flight training in aeroplanes under the direction and supervision of the holder of a Flight Instructor Rating - Aeroplane. A maximum 5 of the 45 hours may be conducted on an approved aeroplane simulator or flight training device. The flight training shall include a minimum of: 17 hours dual instruction flight time, including a minimum of 3 hours cross- country flight time and 5 hours of instrument time of which a maximum of 3 hours may be instrument ground time. 12 hours solo flight time, including 5 hours cross-country flight time with a flight of a minimum of 150 nautical miles which shall include 2 full stop landings at points other than the point of departure.

    Skill:
    Within the 12 month preceding the date of application for the licence, an applicant shall successfully complete a flight test to the standard outlined in the Flight Test Guide Private Pilot Licence – Aeroplanes.
  • Outline Recreational Pilot Permit Program
    Age: Minimum of sixteen years of age.

    Medical Fitness: Category 4 Medical Certificate valid for a Pilot Permit - Recreational - Aeroplane.

    Aircraft used: Cessna 172

    Knowledge:
    An applicant shall have obtained a minimum of 60 percent (60%) in each of the following four mandatory areas, as well as in the overall written examination Pilot Permit - Recreational - Aeroplane (RPPAE), or Private Pilot Licence - Aeroplane (PPAER): i) Air Law ii) Navigation iii) Meteorology iv) Aeronautics General knowledge

    Experience:
    The student shall have completed a minimum of 25 hours recreational pilot flight training under the direction and supervision of the holder of a flight instructor rating - aeroplane in aeroplanes operating with a Certificate of Airworthiness.
    The flight training shall include a minimum of:

    15 hours dual instruction flight time, including a minimum of 2 hours cross country flight time.

    5 hours solo flight time.

    Skill:
    Within the 12 months preceding the date of application for the permit, the student shall successfully complete a flight test to the standard outlined in the Flight Test Standard - Recreational Pilot Permit – Aeroplane.
  • Outline Instrument Rating Program
    Prerequisite: Private Pilot Licence.

    Age: Minimum of seventeen years of age.

    Medical Fitness: Category 3 Medical Certificate.

    Aircraft used: Cessna 172, Piper Arrow, Beechcraft Baron

    Knowledge:
    An applicant shall have obtained a minimum of 70% on the written examination Instrument Rating (INRAT) which shall include the following subjects:
    (i) Canadian Aviation Regulations;(ii) Instrument Flight Rules and Procedures;(iii) Meteorology;(iv) Instruments;(v) Radio and Radar systems; and(vi) Navigation.

    Experience:
    An applicant shall have completed a minimum of:

    ♦ 50 hours of cross-country flight as pilot-in-command in aeroplanes or helicopters of which 10 hours must be in the appropriate category; and

    ♦ 40 hours of instrument time of which a maximum of 20 hours may be instrument ground time. The 40 hours instrument time shall include a minimum of:

        • 5 hours of dual instrument flight time acquired from the holder of a flight instructor rating.
        • 5 hours in aeroplanes where the applicant is applying for a Group 1, 2 or 3 instrument rating.
        • Fifteen (15) hours of dual instrument flight time provided by a qualified person as specified in section 425.21(9).
        • One dual cross-country flight under simulated or actual IMC conditions of a minimum of 100 nautical miles, the flight to be conducted in accordance with an IFR flight plan to include at, two different locations, an instrument approach to minima.


    Skill:
    An applicant shall successfully complete a flight test in accordance with the Flight Test Standards - Instrument Rating.
  • Outline Commercial Pilot Licence Program
    Age: Minimum of eighteen years of age.
    Medical Fitness: Category 1 Medical Certificate valid for a Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane.
    Aircraft used: Cessna 172
    Ground School:
    Completed a minimum of 80 hours commercial pilot aeroplane ground school instruction on the following subjects:
    (i) Canadian Aviation Regulations, (ii) Aerodynamics and Theory of Flight, (iii) Meteorology, (iv) Airframes, Engines and Systems, (v) Flight Instruments, (vi) Radio and Electronic Theory, (vii) Navigation, viii) Flight Operations, (ix) Licensing Requirements, and (x) Human Factors, including pilot decision- making.

    Knowledge:
    The student shall have obtained a minimum of 60% in each of the following four mandatory subjects areas as well as in the overall written examination Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane (CPAER):
    i)Air Law  ii)Navigation  iii)Meteorology  iv)Aeronautics General knowledge

    Experience:
    The student shall have completed a minimum of 200 hours flight time in aeroplanes, of which a minimum of 100 hours shall be pilot-in-command time including 20 hours cross-country pilot-in-command flight time.
    Following the completion of the Private Pilot Licence, the student shall complete 65 hours of commercial pilot flight training in aeroplanes consisting of a minimum of:
    ♦ 35 hours dual instruction flight time, under the direction and supervision of the holder of a Flight Instructor Rating - Aeroplane, including:
        • 5 hours night, including a minimum of 2 hours of cross-country flight time.
        • 5 hours cross-country, which may include the cross-country experience from above.
        • 20 hours of instrument flight time in addition to the experience stated above. A maximum 10 hours of the 20 hours may be conducted on an approved aeroplane simulator or flight training device.
    ♦ 30 hours solo flight time including:
        • 25 hours solo flight time emphasizing the improvement of general flying skills of the applicant which shall include a cross-country flight to a point of a minimum of 300 nautical mile radius from the point of departure and shall include a minimum of 3 landings at points other than that of departure.
        • 5 hours solo flight time by night during which a minimum of 10 takeoffs, circuits and landings were completed.

    Skill:
    Within the 12 months preceding the date of application for the licence, an applicant shall successfully complete a flight test to the standard outlined in the Flight Test Guide Commercial Pilot Licences – Aeroplanes.
    Admission to Written Exam: 100 flight hours minimum
    Admission to Flight Test: 150 flight hours minimum
    Time limit for completion: All test and examinations required for the issue of a licence, rating or endorsement shall be completed, all fees paid and an application submitted during the 12 month period immediately preceding the date of the application for a licence, rating or endorsement.
    Ground school is conducted at the Super T Aviation classroom. When numbers are insufficient for group sessions, individual tuition and supervised self-study are arranged at the student’s convenience.
  • Outline Multi Engine Rating Program
    Prerequisite: Private Pilot Licence.

    Age: Minimum of seventeen years of age.

    Medical Fitness: Category 3 Medical Certificate.

    Aircraft used: Beechcraft Baron

    Knowledge:
    Approximately 10 hours of ground school in multi-engine operations and emergency procedures.

    Experience:
    There is no minimum time requirements. The number of hours will depend on how long it takes the student to meet the required skill level.

    Skill:
    An applicant for a multi-engine class rating shall complete a flight test to the standard outlined in the Flight Test Standard, Multi-Engine Class Rating.
  • Outline Night Rating Program
    Prerequisite: Private Pilot Licence

    Medical Fitness: Category 3 Medical Certificate.

    Aircraft used: Cessna 172

    Ground School:
    Approximately 2 hours focusing on aspects and requirements of night flying.

    Experience:
    An applicant for a night rating shall have acquired in aeroplanes a minimum of 20 hours of pilot flight time, which shall include a minimum of:
    (A) 10 hours of night flight time including a minimum of:
        (i) 5 hours dual flight time, including 2 hours of cross- country flight time,
        (ii) 5 hours solo flight time, including 10 takeoffs, circuits and landings, and
    (B) 10 hours dual instrument time.

    Skill:
    Within the 12 months preceding the date of application for a night rating, an applicant shall have successfully completed a qualifying flight under the supervision of a flight instructor by demonstrating the level of skill specified in the Flight Instructor Guide-Aeroplane (TP 975).
  • Outline International Program
    All Programs above are available for International Students.
  • Cost Private Pilot Licence Training
    The Private Pilot License allows a pilot to fly a single engine, non-high performance aircraft during daylight hours in VFR conditions. The Private Pilot License is fully upgradeable to include the Night Rating, Multi-Engine Rating, Instrument Rating, and Seaplane Rating. The Private Pilot License is also the starting point for the Commercial Pilot License.

    Aircraft: Cessna 172

    Minimum Ground School: 40 Hours

    Minimum Flight Hours: 45 Hours Flight Training

    Ground School:
    Tuition for 40 hours group instruction $ 600.00
    Books and Study Materials $ 313.11
    Minimum Ground School Cost (Individual instruction $60.00/hour if required) $ 913.11

    Flight Training:
    3 Hours on ALSIM Flight Training Device @ 160.00/hour $ 480.00
    38.5 Hours Dual Instruction on C172 @225.00/hour $ 8,662.50
    22 Hours Supervised Solo @ 165.00/hour $ 3,630.00

    ESTIMATED TOTAL COURSE COST $ 13,685.61
    These estimated costs are based on the Super T Private Pilot Syllabus. This syllabus is based on the Transport Canada national average for Private Pilot applicants. Super T Aviation has presented the costs in this manner to give the potential student a realistic cost estimate for completing the Private Pilot License. Actual costs will vary depending on student ability and study skills. Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Medical examination is the responsibility of the student. Average medical cost is $150.00.
    ♦ Flight test, Transport Canada Licensing fees and examination fees. Approx. $740.00.
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction - $35.00/hour.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost Recreational Pilot Permit Training
    The Recreational Pilot Permit allows a pilot to fly during daylight hours only, and is restricted to fly within Canadian Airspace. The aircraft must have 160HP or less, 4 seats or less, with only one passenger. The Recreational Pilot Permit is only upgradeable to a Private Pilot Licence.

    Aircraft: Cessna 172

    Minimum Ground School: 40 Hours

    Minimum Flight Hours: 25 Hours

    Ground School:
    Tuition for 40 hours of Recreational Pilot Permit Ground School – group instruction $ 600.00
    Books and Study Materials (prepackaged) $ 313.11
    Minimum Ground School Cost (Individual instruction $60.00/hour if required) $ 913.11

    Flight Training:
    20 Hours Dual Instruction @225.00/hour $ 4,500.00
    5 Hours Supervised Solo @165.00/hour $ 825.00
    MINIMUM FLIGHT COST $ 5,325.00

    TOTAL COURSE MINIMUM $ 6,238.11
    All prices are based on TRANSPORT CANADA MINIMUM TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. Actual cost will vary depending on student ability and study skills.
    Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Medical examination is the responsibility of the student. Average medical cost is $150.00.
    ♦ Flight test, Transport Canada Licensing fees and examination fees. Approx. $575.00.
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction - $35.00/hour.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost Multi-Engine Instrument Rating Training
    The Instrument Rating allows you to operate an aircraft under Instrument Flight Rules.

    This Training Cost sheet is based on the following assumptions:
    1. Student has completed the Private Pilot Licence
    2. Student has completed the Multi-Engine Rating
    3. Student has a minimum of 50 hours of PIC cross-country time

    Aircraft: ALSIM Flight Training Device, Cessna 210L, Beechcraft Baron

    Ground School:
    IFR Groundschool – group instruction $ 1,000.00
    Books and Materials $ 300.00
    MINIMUM GROUND SCHOOL (Individual instruction $60.00/hour if required) $ 1,300.00

    Flight Training:
    15 Hours Instrument on ALSIM Multi Engine Flight Training Device @ $180.00 $ 2,700.00
    10 Hours Dual Instrument of C210L @ $300.00 $ 3,000.00
    15 Hours Instrument of BE55 @ $415.00/hour $ 6,225.00
    MINIMUM FLIGHT TRAINING $ 11,925.00

    MINIMUM COURSE COST $ 13,225.00
    All prices are based on TRANSPORT CANADA MINIMUM TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. The actual cost will vary depending on student ability and study skills.
    Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Flight test, Transport Canada Licensing fees and written examination fees. Approx $730.00
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction $35.00/Hour
    ♦ Written exam, Flight test, and Licencing fees payable directly to providers.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost Commercial
    Pilot Licence Training
    The commercial pilot licence allows the holder to fly for hire or reward in a Canadian Commercial Air Service.

    The costs on this training cost sheet as based on the following:
    1. Student has completed a Canadian Private Pilot Licence.
    2. Student is interested only in completing the Commercial Pilot Licence.
    3. Student is responsible for build-up time as required to meet the course requirement of 200 hours total time/100 hours PIC including 20 hours of cross- country PIC.

    Aircraft: Cessna 172, ALSIM Flight Training Device
    Minimum Course Ground School: 80 HOURS
    Minimum Course Flight Hours: 65 HOURS FLIGHT TRAINING
    Ground School:
    Tuition for 80 hours Commercial Ground School – Group Instruction $ 1,100.00
    Books and Study Material $ 200.00
    Minimum ground School Cost (individual instruction $60.00/hour if required) $ 1,300.00

    Flight Training:
    10 Hours of Instrument training in ALSIM Single Engine Flight Training Device @160.00/hour $ 1,600.00
    25 Hours Dual Instruction on C172 @230.00/hour including 5 hours at night, 10 hours of Instrument Training and 5 hours of cross country $ 5.750.00
    30 hours solo flight time including 25 hours of improvement of general flying skills and 5 hours solo at night @ 165.00/hour $ 4,950.00
    MINIMUM FLIGHT TRAINING COSTS $ 12,300.00

    MINIMUM COURSE TOTAL $ 13,600.00
    All prices are based on TRANSPORT CANADA MINIMUM TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. Actual cost will vary depending on student ability and study skills.
    The Commercial Pilot Licence requires a minimum of 200 hours total time. 100 hours of this time must be solo. Build up time is required since the Transport Canada minimums do not equal the required 200 Hours of Total Time. Super T can provide directed build- up time if the student so wishes.
    Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Medical Examination is the responsibility of the student. Average medical cost is $150.00.
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction $35.00/hour.
    ♦ Flight Test, Transport Canada Licensing Fees and Examination fees. Approx. $740.00.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost Multi-Engine Rating Training
    The Multi-Engine Instrument Rating allows you to fly aircraft with more than one engine.

    Aircraft: Beechcraft Baron

    Ground School:
    Tuition for 5 hours Multi-Engine Ground School @ $60.00/hour – individual instruction $ 300.00
    Books and Supplies $ 100.00
    Ground School Total Cost $ 400.00

    Flight Training:
    10 hours Dual Instruction @415.00/hour $ 4,150.00

    TOTAL COST $ 4,550.00
    There is no Transport Canada Minimum Training requirement. Hours required are based on safety and the ability to meet the Flight Test Standards.
    The actual cost will vary depending on student ability and study skills.
    Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Flight test and Transport Canada Licensing fees. Approx. $795.00.
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction - $35.00/Hour.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost Night Rating Training
    The Night Rating allows the holder to exercise the privileges of their licence at night.

    Aircraft: Cessna 172

    Minimum Hours: 18 HOURS FLIGHT TRAINING

    Ground School:
    2 Hours Individual Ground School $ 120.00

    Flight Training:
    6.5 Hours Dual Instrument @ $230.00/hour $ 1,495.00
    6.5 Hour Dual Night @ $230.00/hour $ 1,495.00
    5 Hours Solo Night @ $165.00 $ 825.00
    MINIMUM FLIGHT COST $ 3,815.00

    MINIMUM COURSE TOTAL $ 3,935.00
    Transport Canada requires ten hours of total instrument time for issue of the Night Rating. Most Private Pilots will have 5 hours that count to this total. Pilots who obtained their licence prior to the PPL instrument requirement will need to complete the full ten hours.
    All prices are based on TRANSPORT CANADA MINIMUM TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. Actual cost will vary depending on student ability and study skills.
    Unless special arrangements are made through the Chief Flying Instructor, all costs are due at time of expenditure.

    Additional Costs:
    ♦ Transport Canada Licensing fee - $ 30.00.
    ♦ Preparatory Ground Instruction - $35.00/hour.

    Prices are subject to change without notice. GST not included in above costs.
  • Cost International Training Contact Us
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