New Zealand-trained pilots are in high demand globally!

  1. They’re often better prepared for the challenges of the skies than graduate pilots from countries with more uniform topography. 
    • Experiencing varied geography, weather and terrain make them well prepared for an international career. Cadets will have access to vast and open airspace for air exercises, controlled airspace to learn procedures, and the spectrum of navigation aids, including; the ILS (NZOH), VOR (NZPM), NDB (NZWU), and RNAV instrument approaches. Cadets will not need to spend valuable time transiting to a training area. 
  2. New Zealand is known around the world for producing well-rounded professionals with internationally respected qualifications.
    • NZ has stringent requirements for Aviation Training Providers and is a member of the New Zealand Aviation Industry Association (NZAIA). The training organisation is bound by the AIA Code of Practice for Professional Pilot Training in addition to the requirements of the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the New Zealand Ministry of Education and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).
  3. The focus of the company is to produce pilots with skills and values that suit them well for the commercial aviation sector.
    • The prime interest of the company is to ensure its graduates have sound and proven practical flying skills, solid work ethics and possess the ability to operate in a team environment.
  4. Cadets get the best-in-class theory preparation.
    • Students learn aviation theory in classroom settings equipped with the latest in training aids and gain nationally recognised qualifications. Small classroom groups mean there is a lot of individual attention and excellent opportunities for examination preparation.


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We have a range of accommodation options designed to suit the needs of each individual student. Accommodation can be arranged if required.