Recreational Pilot’s Certificate is the ideal starting point for Pilot Training. Starting your flight training in a Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) is the most efficient and cost-effective route for learning to fly. Whether you’re training for fun or for a career in aviation, your Recreational Pilot Certificate should be your first goal.
Phase 1 – Singapore (3 months)
✓ 40 Hours Ground Theory Training
✓ 20 Hours Flight Simulation Training
Phase 2 – Australia (18 days)
✓ 15 Hours Dual Flight Training
✓ 5 Hours SOLO Training
The new legislation recognises the Recreational Pilot Certificate (RPC) as the equivalent to a Recreational Pilot License. The hours in a light-sport aircraft count directly towards a Recreational Pilot License (RPL), Private Pilot License (PPL) and towards a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). This makes Aeroviation Singapore a great place to start.
Students will attain an official Recreational Pilot Certificate License issued by the RAAus.
How to Enrol
If you are interested, please book an appointment with us for a free trial flight simulator session as well as a career guidance consultation.
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