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Admission & Registration at Continental Aero

Admission to Continental Aero Flying School is open to  Anyone  who aspires to become a Pilot.

 


ENTRANCE PROCEDURES 

ADMISSION to Continental Aero Flying School is open to anyone who aspires to be a pilot.  In order to study at Continental Aero Flying School, applicant must choose the training program he/she is interested in pursuing. Foreign Students are required to have a valid Visa with at least 8months valid passport. Applicant must meet the academic standards, passed the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Physical and Medical Examinations and agree to abide by the school’s policies, rules and regulations.

You have several options to get pilot license, but you need to secure at least graduate from High School to be qualified. You can get a pilot license through an aviation college / university and a flying school after you graduate from high school. It doesn’t matter what you major in high school or college / university. All students are basically able to proceed to pilot training.

Continental Aero Flying School is specialised for a Pilot Training only for the purpose of Pilot Licensing. This option is shorter than Collage / University as 4 years to take. however, as a matter of fact, there are some flying schools that promise you to finish Pilot Course short period without actual flying and not receiving proper flight experience. Your first test is to choose right school for your training considering the quality training, duration, management system.

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REQUIREMENTS

Generally, applicants who desire to enroll for Private Pilot training must be at least 17 years old and for Commercial Pilot training, must be at least 18 years old. He/she must be able to speak, write and understand English Language. He/she must also be a High School graduate and for a foreigner, he/she must have finished an equivalent course.

  1. At least 17 years old
  2. Must pass 2nd class airman medical test
  3. Proficient in English Language
  4. At least high school graduate
  5. Have good moral character

 

Pilot Program Info

ADMISSION

Enrollment is the formal admission of a person who applied as a student for the training program. Enrollment is conditioned on the payment of the required fees. Compliance with the prescribed rules and regulations between the students and school begins upon admission.

  1. Application for Admission
  2. Photo copy of Passport
  3. Notarized Affidavit of Support from Parents or Guardian
  4. Birth Certificate
  5. Police Clearance Certificate from your country of origin
  6. Transcript of Record
  7. Enrollment Fee : $500
Online Application

Experiance & Hiring after the course

After receiving your pilot licenses and ratings, you will need to build flight experience. One constructive way is to obtain a Certified Flight Instructor certificate. This will allow you to use your new skills to train other pilots, which should enhance your own skills and knowledge while building your flight experience and earning some money. Other options for building single-engine flight time include flying for local radio traffic stations, small cargo operators, crop dusting operators, pipeline inspecting operators, etc. Once you have acquired a few hundred hours of flight time, you can start applying for multi-engine flying jobs. These are more challenging to obtain because the insurance

requirements on the operators are more stringent. That’s where having a good number of single-engine flight hours will be helpful. CAFS highly recommends that you network with other pilots who are one or two steps ahead of you. The single greatest way to achieve employment in aviation is through the recommendation of a pilot currently employed where you want to work. Because airlines entrust their pilot work force with expensive aircraft and the lives of their passengers, character recommendations are almost as important as flight experience. After deciding which airlines you want to apply with and obtaining these companies’ minimum requirements for employment,

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Registration Procedure

Registration

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  • 1. Online Application
  • 2. Sign Admission Notification
  • 3. Fulfil Enrollment Fee
  • 4. Admission Acceptance

Acceptance

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  • 1. Apply VISA with Acceptance Letter
  • 2. Set Training Schedule
  • 3. Book Air Ticket
  • 4. Fulfil 1st payment

Start Training

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  • 1.Personal counselling & Orientation
  • 2. NBI Clearance (Police Clearance)
  • 3. Apply Special Study Permit
  • 4. Pilot Uniform with Pilot Supplies

Over 2,000 Members, Let’s See Why They Choose CAFS?

We are fully dedicated to keeping our customer trust by offering quality training and updates  latest information  after enrolment!

Quality Training

Cebu is the 7th best island destination in the world such as Mactan Island, Our flight training is based on strict standards implemented by ICAO and strictly, no shortcuts.We are committed more onto quality training than quantity.We are the only approved Flight School in the Philippines who use Flight School Management System from Australia.We are audited flying school with major Airlines from abroad.

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