Answers to Your Questions
Welcome to our FAQ section to serve both current and prospective students. You should find all the answers to your questions here, but let us know if that’s not the case and we’ll happily help out.
Q. What is the procedure to start at SkyWay Flight Club?
Classes at SkyWay Flight Club starts each month. In most cases, students can complete their admission requirements within just 3 to 4 weeks as soon as they settle on their preferred joining date.
Q. How soon can I become a pilot?
Usually, students get their Private Pilot’s License within 2 to 3 months, and they can fly the airplane during solo training. This is the moment when you officially become a pilot!
Though, going through the entire training and completing the 1500 hours required to become an airplane pilot can take around two years, expecting you have no preceding knowledge.
Q. Is there any dress code and uniform policy?
The uniform policy we follow is lined up with those of commercial airplanes. Students are required to wear black slacks with aviation shirts together with a black tie. In addition, students are required to provide their own black belts, dress shoes, and socks. Students need to hang their ID badges during the entire time on campus visibly.
Q. What are the eligibility criteria to become an airplane pilot?
There are certain requirements to be eligible to become an airplane pilot, such as:
– You are required to have a first-class medical certificate.
– You need to have your commercial pilot’s license together with 1500 hours of flight time.
On condition of no preceding experience, our pilot training programs are designed to get you there.
Q. What do I need to bring to training?
As soon as you join the program, you are required to bring the following:
– Aviation headset
– Inspiration and self-discipline
The iPad’s size is up to the student; however, the most preferred one is mini. It is required to have a minimum of 128GB of memory together with iOS 13 or above so as to run Foreflight. Cellular having Wi-Fi only capabilities are also preferred. Other training materials and equipment will be provided for you.
Q. In what way will SkyWay Flight Club help me in my future of becoming a pilot?
We have partnered with global airlines. This exclusive and balanced standpoint is focused on the necessities of pilot training to fulfill the guidelines that airlines demand. We have exclusively tailored our operations like that of the airlines permitting us to give an equivalent level of safety, professionalism, and effectiveness.
Q. How can I fulfill the medical requirements to become a pilot?
In this case, your preceding medical history will let the AME to decide your eligibility and ensure you meet the entirety of the requirements while applying for your first-class medical certificate and describing to the Aero Medical Examiner (AME).
The following are major issues that will, in general, come up:
– Having a diagnosis for sicknesses that influence cognitive functionality
– Vision being correctable to 20/20
– Reliance on medication
Q. What pilot training programs does the SkyWay Flight Club offer?
We offer the following pilot training programs:
– Private Pilot License (PART 61)
– Instrument Rating (Part 61)
– Commercial license (Part 61)
– Certified Flight Instructor/Instrument
– IPC (Instrument Proficiency Check)
– Flight review
Q. How much does flight training cost?
The pricing model we use is custom; consequently, flight training cost changes depending upon every student’s circumstances. In this case, the major elements include ratings, time building needs of every student, their location, and whether they need housing.
Q. What does a normal day look like as a pilot in training?
Shockingly, the major part of the energy and time spent on training is spent on the ground. All expert pilots comprehend that greater information and understanding is the thing that builds up the best pilots.
In other words, for each hour you spend on the airplane, plan to go through 10 hours learning on the ground. For example, your program includes 280 hours of flight time, which implies you will go through around 2,800 hours of learning on the ground.
Your normal day will have a mission with your teacher; however, afterward, it’s dependent upon you to follow your learning routine to make sure that you are prepared for the next training activity.