Pilot Training in New Zealand


Pilot Training in New Zealand

Course Fees and Enrolment

Learn to fly at Ardmore Flying School one of the largest, well established and leading pilot training school based in Auckland, New Zealand and become a strong, decisive and skilled commercial pilot. Ardmore flight training school provides training to high standards and:

  1. Is approved by Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (CAANZ);
  2. Has been training prospective pilots 1961;
  3. Training is focused on achieving employment outcomes for it's students;
  4. Provides fully integrated pilot training in both Aeroplane and Helicopter;
  5. Provides Certificate and Diploma qualifications in pilot training and aeronautical engineering;
  6. Has excellent training resources
    1. Nineteen aircrafts (17 Cessna 172R, Diamond Twin Star DA42 and Robinson R22);
    2. Four Simulators (2 Frasca, Beech 200 King Air and A320 Fixed Based);
    3. Thirty qualified and experienced flight instructors;
    4. Several air-conditioned classrooms equipped with modern teaching aids;
    5. Pre-flight 'briefing rooms' with access to on-line materials, whiteboard and computer.

Course Schedule

Courses start on 15 October 2018, 21 January 2019, 22 April 2019, 22 July 2019 and 21 October 2019.

Aviation Courses

Ardmore flight training school provides Fixed Wing (Aeroplane) and Rotary Wing (Helicopter) Pilot Training courses as well as Aeronautical Technician Training as under:

Commercial Pilot Licence and Multi Engine Instrument Rating Certificate

Theory: 15 papers  Practical: 236 hours  Duration: 15 months

  1. Private Pilot Licence;
  2. Commercial Pilot Licence; and
  3. Multi Engine Instrument Rating.

Diploma in Aviation (Airline Preparation)

Theory: 22 papers   Practical: 254 hours   Duration: 18 months

  1. Private Pilot Licence;
  2. Commercial Pilot Licence;
  3. Multi Engine Instrument Rating;
  4. Airline Transport Pilot Licence Theory ('Frozen' ATPL); and
  5. Multi Crew Integration Course (MCIC)
    1. One week theory;
    2. Advanced simulator training on A 320 type simulator (18 hours pilot flying and 18 hours pilot monitoring).

Diploma in Aviation (Flight Instruction)

Theory: 16 papers  Practical: 315 hours  Duration: 19 months

  1. Private Pilot Licence;
  2. Commercial Pilot Licence;
  3. Multi Engine Instrument Rating; and
  4. 'C' Cat Instructor Rating.

Diploma in Aviation (Rotary Wing)

Theory: 22 papers  Practical: 230 hours  Duration: 14 months

  1. Private Pilot Licence;
  2. Commercial Pilot Licence;
  3. Multi Engine Instrument Rating; and
  4. Airline Transport Pilot Licence Theory ('Frozen' ATPL).

Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering

Duration: 24 months   Training: Mix of Practical Training (Workshop) and Classroom Training

  1. For learners planning to embark on a career as an aircraft maintenance technician;
  2. Will be equipped with a range of aeronautical engineering skills, knowledge and experience;
  3. Will be able to work in a variety of aeronautical engineering roles or progress to further training;
  4. Theory is based on FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician Textbook;
  5. Will also sit a range of CAANZ Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) exams.

Admission Requirements

  1. Age 18 years at commencement of training;
  2. Passed High School;
  3. Be proficient in English;
  4. CAANZ Class 1 Medical Certificate (NZCAA medical examiners are available overseas);
  5. Achieve an 'Average' result in online Pilot Pre-Screening Test.

Course Fees and Enrolment



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