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Having Questions ?

No doubt you will have some queries which may not be covered on the website. So here you will find a few questions we have received with our response. If you have any questions about CEA Aviation and the courses we provide please feel free to give us a call or email us and we shall be more than happy to answer them for you. If you have any further questions or would like to register for a courses call in at our office.

Where can I learn more?

Come along to our office or alternatively, you can contact us to talk through your pilot training needs or to book a time to come and meet our staff in person.

How do I apply?

Applying for flight training with us is easy. Simply contact us at the institute and we will get you started.

I’m not sure which training is right for me. Who should I talk to?

Fill out our online enquiry form and we will contact you to discuss your aviation goals.

Do I have what it takes to become a pilot?

Pilot training at CEA Aviation gives you the knowledge and skills you need to become a qualified pilot by providing

  • Strong teamwork skills
  • Good concentration
  • Good hand-to-eye coordination
  • An ability to remain calm under pressure
  • An ability to lead
Before commencing pilot training I will need to pass a medical, so what does the medical assess?

Medicals are used to assess your physical fitness and also, if you have a medical condition, how this and any associated treatment may affect the safety of air navigation.

What kind of aircraft can I fly?

Pilot training is incremental and involves gaining the skills and experience to fly a range of aircraft types, from single through to multi engine, and earning various instrument and operations ratings. Pilots can only fly aircraft appropriate to their licence and rating type.

How many flying hours will it take to become a commercial pilot?

In the UK you must complete 195 flying hours for a Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane).
Flying hours for EASA licence are determined by the French DGAC.
In Australia you must complete a minimum of 150 flying hours for a Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane).
Flying hours for Australian/CASA licences are determined by CASA.

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