FAQs

Why Canada?

Canada is definitely the best aviation destination for you! Your flight training costs are almost cut in half with our very favorable exchange rate. Canadian licences are internationally recognized. We offer a safe, stable training environment with spectacular scenery second to none. The airspace is less congested than many foreign locations and training airports have no landing fees.

What is the difference between Canada wing and any other flight training centre?

When choosing a flight training centre, ask to see their students. It is a testament to our commitment to providing a quality flight training environment for you. 

How long will it take me to obtain a private pilot licence?

Suppose your English is good enough, based on an average of 60 hours to obtain your PPL, fly more often and you can be done in as little as 6 weeks. It depends on how hard are you work.

What are the minimum age requirements?

For a Student Pilot Permit is 14 years old, for a Private Pilot Licence is 17 years old,
for a Commercial Pilot Licence is 18 years old.

What is the average cost of learning to fly?

Aviation communication budget is about $29800. Private Pilot Licence (PPL) budget is about $10,000. Commercial Pilot Licence( CPL) budget is about $35000.

Instructor rating budget is another $8000 add to CPL

When should I take the medical test?

We suggest to take the medical test as early as possible after you decided to be a pilot.