Flying is not only a challenge, it’s also fun.
Getting your licence to fly can be very gratifying. Whether you are learning to fly a small aircraft during the weekends, or a big jet liner, the process is basically the same. You will need to learn some basic things about your body, aircraft, weather, the flying environment, and aviation law, among other things. This may seem daunting, but many people with just a basic secondary education have passed the tests with flying colours.
The first step to becoming a pilot is to get a Class 2 medical examination at a Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia (DCA) authorised medical practitioner.
Enrolling as a student pilot at our flying club follows, after which you will need to apply to the Department of Civil Aviation for a Student’s Pilot’s License (SPL). This license will authorise you to fly instructional (dual) sorties with our instructor.
Lessons on aircraft handling, radiotelephony and air navigation would be taught progressively. Along the way too, you would be required to perform solo flights (an exhilirating experience) as well as sit for written examinations before you go for your flight test and qualify for your Private Pilot’s License(PPL).