Cornwall Aviation - course prices

By: Cornwall Aviation  09-12-2011
Keywords: Pilot, flight training, Commercial Pilot

Course prices include instruction described in each individual course syllabus. Extra hours of instruction are charged at the applicable hourly rates. Taxes are not included in the following price outline, applicable taxes are extra.

Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP)

As an entry level for those who want to fly as a hobby, during good (VFR) weather, carrying one passenger, and staying within the boundaries of Canada, the Recreational Pilot Permit may be the right ticket into the exciting world of aviation. Transport Canada requirements include a minimum of 25 hours of flight training, of which 5 hours must be flown solo, without an instructor on board.
Hours of training for the RPP may be used toward the hours required for the Private Pilot Licence.

Price $4613*.. includes 25 hours of flying (20 dual and 5 solo in a Cessna 150) 8 hours preparatory ground briefing, and Pilot Examiner's fee.


Private Pilot Course

Ready to begin the adventure of flight? Then sign up today for the Private Pilot Course!

Price $7915*. . . includes 45 hours of flying (32 dual, 13 solo in a Cessna 150), 8 hours preparatory ground briefing, ground school, and Pilot Examiner's fee.


Night Rating Course (included in Commercial Course price list)

See the wonder of the world at night!

Price $2335*. . . includes 15 hours of flying (10 dual, 5 solo in a Cessna 150). Prerequisite - Private Licence Aeroplane with 5 hours instrument training.


Multi-Engine Course

Time to step up to the twin engine aircraft!

Price $3000*.. includes 8.0 hours of flying ( 7 dual, 1.0 pilot-in-command), 3 hours preparatory ground instruction, and Pilot Examiner's fee. Prerequisite - Private Pilot Licence Aeroplane.

IFR Blast Off ProgramPrerequisite- Private (with minimum 200 hours flight time) or Commercial Pilot Licence Aeroplane, Multi Engine Rating and 50 hours PIC cross country, a minimum of 25 hours instrument training (no more than 10 in an approved simulator or flight training device) and completed INRAT

Multi Engine IFR Blast Off Program

Price $5953.. includes 8 hours simulated flight training on the full motion Redbird FMX, 11.5 hours flying (10 hours dual, 1.5 pilot in command on Piper Seminole), 5 hours preparatory ground instruction, Pilot Examiner's fee
Single Engine IFR Blast Off Program (multi engine rating not required)Price $4297*..includes 8 hours simulated flight training on the full motion Fedbird FMX, 11.5 hours flying (10 hours dual, 1.5 hours pilot in command on C-172), 5 hours preparatory ground instruction, Pilot Examiner's fee

Instrument Rating (IFR) Course (Multi-Engine)

Price $7683*. . . includes 15.5 hours of flying (14 dual, 1.5 pilot-in-command on Piper Seminole), 10 hours dual on Redbird FMX, 5 hours preparatory ground instruction and Pilot Examiner's fee.
Prerequisite - Private or Commercial Pilot Licence Aeroplane, Multi Engine Rating and 50 hours PIC cross country, and a minimum of 20 hours instrument training (no more than 10 in an approved simulator or flight training device) and completed INRAT.

Instrument Rating (IFR) Course (Single-Engine)

Price $5445*. . . includes 16.5 hours of flying (14 dual, 2.5 pilot-in-command C-172), 10 hours dual on Redbird FMX, 5 hours preparatory ground instruction and Pilot Examiner's fee.
Prerequisite - Private or Commercial Pilot Licence Aeroplane, and 50 hours PIC cross country, and a minimum of 20 hours instrument training (no more than 10 in a simulator and completed INRAT).

The above program prices for all courses and ratings do not include books, taxes, or Transport Canada Written Test Fees or Licensing/Rating Fees applicable to that program. Students who require additional flight training or ground briefing from that listed in the course price list, to enable them to meet the standard of the licence or rating, will be charged at the current applicable rate. The applicable Aviation Medical is required for all courses.


Commercial Pilot Course

Price $13194*..includes 65 hours of flying (35 dual, 30 solo in a Cessna 150), 8 hours preparatory ground instruction, ground school, and Flight Test fee, Written Test Fee, TC Licence fee, administration fee and taxes.

To complete the licence the student must have a total of 200 hours, 100 of which must be pilot in command. The hours in excess of the 65 on course are not included in this price. Prerequisite- Private Pilot Licence Aeroplane, Category 1 Aviation Medical.


Class IV Instructor Rating

Price $8677* (Cessna 172). . . . . includes 25 hours ground school, and 30 hours dual flight instruction, administration fee,  Transport Canada Flight Test, Written Test Fee and Rating Fee . Prerequisite - Commercial Pilot Licence Aeroplane and Category 1 Aviation Medical.


*An Important Note:

The prices for all courses and programs, published in our Price List, include instruction and flight tests for each course. Individual progress varies from one student to another and some customers may require more instruction than is described in this brochure. Should this happen your instructor will provide you with additional assistance and instruction. Additional ground or flight hours will be charged at the current hourly rate at the time of instruction. Prices are subject to change without notice.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Commercial Pilot, Commercial Pilot Licence, Engine Rating, flight training, Instrument Training, Pilot, Pilot Examiner, Private Pilot, Private Pilot Licence, Recreational Pilot, Recreational Pilot Permit, Twin Engine,

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