Solo Recognition - November
The traditional removal of a new pilot's shirt tail is a sign of the instructor's new confidence in his student. In the days of tandem trainers, the instructor would tug at the student’s shirt tail whenever he was getting himself into trouble. After the first solo, the new pilot is competent in the air and does not need such a safety device.
Director of Flight Training – Des Lynch
Last year this time we were planning furiously to adapt to the SA Civil Aviation Authority’s last minute change to their syllabi and reference material for the commercial pilot’s theoretical training.
Decision Time for Career Pilots
To be a career pilot, you need at least a commercial pilot’s license. Shortly before, or soon after you leave 43 Air School you will have to make some critical decisions regarding your future career.The available options are often as confusing as they are potentially expensive, especially if you really plan to pursue a flying career as your first choice! One can assume you must have had this in mind given all the hard work you have put into obtaining your license.
43 Air School – Only Jeppsen Boeing approved flight school in Africa
Boeing [NYSE: BA] subsidiary Jeppesen is teaming with seven pilot training centers worldwide to guide cadets through the initial, or “ab initio” stage of training to become professional pilots. The Jeppesen ab initio pilot training program is the...
Jet “Prep” MCC – Getting you ahead starts here
43 Air School is proud to announce the newest addition to our Product Bouquet, namely the Jet “Prep” Multi Crew Co-Ordination course.
Traditional MCC training is delivered as part of a type rating which doesn’t cover all the theoretical or...
43 Air School Graduates For September
Congratulations to our graduates for September!