U-Fly Safaris

 

Learn to fly

 

PPL COURSE  

This is your first step in your aviation career, handling light aircraft.

CPL COURSE  

This entitles you to fly commercially, taking control of bigger aircraft.

ATPL COURSE  

The highest level of commercial aircraft pilot certification.

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Commercial Pilots License

 

What is a Commercial Pilots License?

This is a combined course, including a CPL and a Single Engine Instrument Rating OR Multi. Engine Instrument Rating. It entitles you to fly commercially, taking control of bigger aircraft and getting paid to do what you love and is significantly valuable for flying under IFR is the ability to fly in instrument meteorological conditions (such as inside clouds).

 

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Single-engine IF

 

What is a Single IF Com License? - Download PDF

This is a combined course, including a CPL and a Single Engine Instrument Rating. It will entitle you to fly commercially, taking control of bigger aircrafts and getting paid to do what you love and is significantly valuable for flying under IFR is the ability to fly in instrument meteorological conditions (such as inside clouds).

 

What are the requirements?

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Hold a valid class 1 medical certificateHold a valid general certificate of proficiency in radiotelephony
  • Hold a valid Private Pilot License
  • Hold a Night Rating
  • Show proof of English Language Proficiency
  •  A minimum of 200 hours total flight time the, 200 hours must include:
    ≥ 100 hours PIC flight time
    ≥ 5 hours PIC by night 
    ≥ 50 hours of cross country flying as PIC
    ≥ 40 hours dual instrument time (20 hours may be done in an approved FSTD)
    ≥ 5 hours dual in an aircraft with adjustable flaps, retractable undercarriage and variable pitch propeller or turbojet engine

Exams that you must pass:

  • Flight Planning & Performance
  • Instruments & Electronics
  • ATNG
  • Human performance
  • Air Law & Operational Procedures
  • Navigation
  • Radio aids & Communication
  • Aviation Meteorology

What is the cost?

 

Hour Building

30 Hours PIC by day on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

5 Hours PIC by night on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

50 Cross country PIC hours on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

Total

 

= R  47,850.00

= R    7,975.00

= R  79,750.00

= R 135,575.00

   

Instrument Flight Rating

20 hours on FSTD @ R945 per hour
10 Hours dual (13 hours actual) on PA28-161 @ R1895.00 per hour
5 Dual hours (6.5 hours actual) on PA28R-201 @ R2425.00 p/hr
27 Briefings @ R350.00 p/briefing

2 Dual hours on PA28R-201 @ R2425.00 per hour - test

Total

 

= R   18,900.00

= R   18,950.00

= R   12,125.00

= R     9,450.00

= R     4,850.00

= R   64,275.00

   

Advanced single-engine class rating

1.5 Hours dual on Piper Arrow @ R2425.00 per hour

2 Briefings @ R350.00 p/briefing

Total

 

Grand Total for CPL Course

 

= R     3,637.50

= R        750.00

= R     3,987.50

 

= R 203,837.50

   

Additional costs

DE fee
Commercial License Exams (ea)
CAA Fees

 

= R     3,500.00

= R        290.00

= R        650.00

 

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Multi-engine IF

 

What is a ME IF Com License? - Download PDF

This is a combined course, including a CPL and a Multi. Engine Instrument Rating. It will entitle you to fly commercially, taking control of bigger aircrafts and getting paid to do what you love and is significantly valuable for flying under IFR is the ability to fly in instrument meteorological conditions (such as inside clouds).

 

What are the requirements?

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Hold a valid class 1 medical certificateHold a valid general certificate of proficiency in radiotelephony
  • Hold a valid Private Pilot License
  • Hold a Night Rating
  • Show proof of English Language Proficiency
  •  A minimum of 200 hours total flight time the, 200 hours must include:
    ≥ 100 hours PIC flight time
    ≥ 5 hours PIC by night 
    ≥ 50 hours of cross country flying as PIC
    ≥ 40 hours dual instrument time (20 hours may be done in an approved FSTD)
    ≥ 5 hours dual in an aircraft with adjustable flaps, retractable undercarriage and variable pitch propeller or turbojet engine
    ≥ 7 hours of briefing for the Multi engine class rating
    ≥ 6 hours of flight time in a Multi engine aircraft
    ≥ 5 hours of IF for the Multi engine IF rating

Exams that you must pass:

  • Flight Planning & Performance
  • Instruments & Electronics
  • ATNG
  • Human performance
  • Air Law & Operational Procedures
  • Navigation
  • Radio aids & Communication
  • Aviation Meteorology

What is the cost?

 

Hour Building

30 Hours PIC by day on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

5 Hours PIC by night on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

50 Cross country PIC hours on PA28-161 @ R1595.00 per hour

Total

 

= R  47,850.00

= R    7,975.00

= R  79,750.00

= R 135,575.00

   

Instrument Flight Rating

20 hours on FNPT II for SE IF @ R945 per hour
15 Hours dual on PA28-161 IF @ R1895.00 per hour (20 hours actual)
3 Hours on FNPT II for Multi Engine IF @ R1045.00 per hour
2 Dual hours on AC50 for IF Actual @ R3950.00 p/h (3 hours actual)

27 Briefings @ R350.00 per briefing

Total

 

= R   18,900.00

= R   28,425.00

= R     3,135.00

= R     7,900.00

= R     9,450.00

= R   67,810.00

   

Multi--engine class rating

4 Dual hours on AC50 for Multi Engine Class @ R3950.00 per hour

3 Hours on FNPT II for Multi Engine Class @ R1045.00 per hour

7 Briefings @ R350.00 per briefing

Total

 

Test

1.5 Dual hours on AC50 for DFE test flight

 

Grand Total for CPL Course

 

= R   15,800.00

= R     3,135.00

= R     2,450.00

= R   21,385.00

 

 

= R     5,925.00

 

= R 230,695.00

   

Additional costs

DE fee
Commercial License Exams (ea)
CAA Fees

 

= R     3,500.00

= R        290.00

= R        650.00

 

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Terms: Due to practical consideration such as; weather, aircraft availability and serviceability, instructor availability and the progress of individual students, completion of any particular course may require more time and funding than specified in this quotation. The company reserves the right to terminate or suspend the flight training of any student at any time and will in such case, refund the student all funds in credit in that students account. Prices are subject to change at any time due to fluctuating fuel and other related costs. Flight training shall not be conducted whilst in possession of any weapons.

 

Please be advised this is only an estimated cost based on the MINIMUM requirements and that the total cost shall be based on student performance.