Antigua Flight Training Center is the only flight training school in the OECS Caribbean offering up to the Commercial Pilot License program.
We operate a Piper Cherokee Warrior II and a Piper Seneca II along with a PCATD flight simulator.
No TSA as in the USA
No Hassles Housing & Transportation Available & Arranged
Cadet Program for 10 to 13 year olds
ECCAA Approved OECS Commercial Pilot License
Aircraft General - Parts 1 & 2 included
Commercial Air Law included Airline Accepted
16 years and older
Airlines require 5 CXC subjects (GCE O-levels)
Private Pilot License includes:
120 hours of ground school, 45 hours of flying (minimum) which includes 25 hours dual under instruction and 10 hours solo
requires a Class 1 Medical Examination (prerequisite)
Ground examinations cover written papers on aviation law, meteorology, human performance, aircraft general technical knowledge, navigation and an oral test on the Warrior II technical subjects. License will permit the holder to fly within the OECS territory exercising privileges which includes carrying passengers without making a charge
Time Building (towards CPL) also called Solo Consolidation
This is a requirement before the PPL License holder starts the Commercial Course. The PPL pilot is expected to gain experience while understanding the area s/he is flying in.
This rating is available only after completion of the Private Pilot License or after completion of the Commercial Pilot License
45 hours of actual flight training on the Piper Seneca II aircraft or combined flight training and simulated flight training on an Approved Multi-engine PCATD/Flight Simulator. An ab initio instrument examination under simulated inclement conditions (hood) is required for completion
Commercial Pilot License
Ground examinations cover written papers on Aircraft Generals and the Commercial Course. License will permit the holder to fly within the OECS territory exercising privileges which includes carrying passengers making a charge. 45 hours of flying (minimum; requires a Class 1 Medical Examination (prerequisite)
Multi Engine Rating includes multi engine instrument rating and multi engine written exams available after the PPL and CPL; Piper Seneca II aircraft is used for training.