The Flying School.

Flying Sch. Air Traffic Service & Comm. Sch. Aeronautical Telecomm Eng. Sch.

Aircraft Maintenance Eng. Sch.

Management Sch.
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The Flying School has the primary responsibility of producing trained personnel - Pilots, Airline Cabin Crew, and Flight Operations Officers/Dispatchers for the Civil Aviation Industry. 

Organisational Structure

The School is structured into 4 training departments.

Flight Training Department

The department is responsible for the training of students in the Private Pilots License (PPL), Commercial Pilots License (CPL), instrument and multi-engine ratings.

Flight Maintenance Department
The department is responsible for maintenance to airworthiness standard of the College’s fleet of trainer aircraft.

  Flight Simulator Maintenance Department

The department is responsible for the maintenance of the College fleet of Flight Simulators. The Simulators are employed to give students instrument procedure training, simulating real flight conditions in a virtual environment.

Ground Studies Department

The department caters for training in ground subjects for Pilots, Air Traffic Controllers, and other aviation personnel. 

Each department has at the helm of affairs, a Head, working together with other professionals to accomplish set objectives.

Training Programme

The School has quite a lot to offer from its array of Courses. In addition to the Standard Pilots (SP) Course, various Abridged Courses are also available for the following Licenses and Ratings. These include:

Instrument Rating Commercial Pilot License (ground studies)
Multi-Engine Rating Airline Transport Pilot License (ground studies)
Night Rating Private Pilot License (ground studies)
Private Pilot License Flight Training Flight Operations/Flight Dispatch (Basic & Advanced)
Simulator flight Training Airline Cabin crew (ab-initio & Refresher)
Aviation Meteorologist Environmental Orientation Course for foreign pilots
Abridged Courses (PPL,CPL)  

Flight training is carried out on Tampico TB-9 and TB-20 single engine, Piper Aztec PA-23 and Beechcraft Baron 58 twin-engine aircraft. Flight training is further enhanced by Simulator Link trainer (Frasca 141) used for instrument flying.

Future Plans

The School hopes to expand on courses offered in a bid to provide personnel for the Aviation Industry. This would be greatly enhanced when various simulators like TB20, 737/727 LOFT GENERIC and Frasca Flight Simulators are installed as well as digitalizing the Link GAT 2 Flight Simulator.

The School hopes to run the following courses:
Advanced Aviation Meteorologist Course Navigation/Plotting
Flight Planning and Monitoring Services Loading/Performance
Airport Passenger Services Basic Ticketing/Accounting