Pilot Training | Ardmore Flying School

Pilot Training

Ardmore Flying School (AFS), established in 1961 and based in Auckland is one of the largest and well established pilot training school in New Zealand. It has a proven record of training pilots to very high standards and training is focussed on achieving successful employment outcomes for students. AFS provides fully integrated training - theory tuition (ground training) and practical training (flying and simulator) - and you do not need student pilot license, prior ground training or flying experience to join.

AFS has 20 aircrafts - 17 Single Engine (Cessna 172R) and 3 Multi Engine aircraft (2 Diamond DA42 and 1 Beechcraft Model 76 Duchess) - 3 Simulators, 30 qualified and experienced flight instructors and around 175 students from across the globe. Learn to fly in Ardmore Flying School, one of the best flight school and become a strong, decisive and skilled commercial pilot.

Admissions Open

AFS has several intakes throughout the year and we are currently accepting applications for course starting on 15 October 2018 and 9 January 2019. Submit your Enquiry to kick-start your career and achieve your goal to become a successful commercial pilot in a leading airline. Alternatively, you may call or email Pervez Suntoke, Business Development Manager (South Asia & Middle East).

Pilot Training Courses

Ardmore Flying School provides several fixed wing (aeroplane) and rotary wing (helicopter) training courses including the following popular training programs:

  1. Commercial Pilot License;
  2. Commercial Pilot Licence and Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR);
  3. Diploma in Aviation (Airline Preparation);
  4. Diploma in Aviation (Flight Instruction).

For full list of training courses, visit Courses

Aeronautical Technician Training Course

Ardmore Flying School also provides 2 year Aeronautical Technician Training course. The qualification is intended for learners who are planning to embark on a career as an aeronautical engineer and graduates of this qualification will be equipped with a wide ranging base of Aeronautical Engineering skills, knowledge and practical experience that will prepare them for employment in a variety of Aeronautical Engineering workplaces.

Qualification includes a mix of practical training and classroom training and on successful completion of year 2, students will have New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Workplace Introductory Skills) qualification. As well as attaining the formal qualification, students will also sit a range of New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (NZCAA) Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) exams as part of the qualification and syllabus.

For course details visit Aeronautical Technician Training Course.

Admission Requirements

  1. Age 18 years at commencement;
  2. Passed High School with Maths and Physics;
  3. Have Competent English (IELTS academic score 6.0 or PTE academic score 50);
  4. NZCAA Class 1 Medical Certificate (NZCAA medical examiners are available overseas);
  5. Meet Fit and Proper Person requirements (Good Character).

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