Taking to the skies by yourself – “flying solo” – is the first major step on your aviation journey.

Let us help you get there with our $1500 Pathway to Wings Assisted Scholarship.

What is Pathway to Wings and who is eligible?

Our Assisted Scholarship program. Specifically tailored to helping young aviators with getting into the skies sooner by heavily subsidising the first component of their flying training and including all theory training up to the Pilot Certificate. The Assisted Scholarship is available to students aged between 14 and 20, but you need to be at least 15 to fly solo.

What is included in the price?

All of the flying up to and including first solo (regardless of how many hours it takes), simulator time, theory textbooks, ground briefings and lectures, pilot’s logbook, as well as Basic Aeronautical Knowledge (BAK) lectures all the way up to Pilot Certificate level.

How much does it cost?

The normal cost of our Fly Solo package is $3999 (but that doesn’t include BAK lectures, text books or your logbook); with Pathway to Wings you’ll pay $2499 as well as getting all of those things included. Most students choose to continue to the Pilot Certificate after flying solo and we can assist with building a cost effective, tailor-made package for that component too.

When does it start, how long does it take and how do I apply?

The program will start on Sunday August 27, 2017 and continue for about 10 weeks, depending on weather. Flying and theory training will be completed every Sunday during the program and you can expect a considerable amount of self-study to be completed at home each week. You can make an application through our online form.

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