Take your dreams to the next level! Join Commercial Pilot Training in Canada and Learn How to Fly an Aircraft.

Yes! Canada is the perfect destination, if you’re planning to join a training program for Commerce Pilot License. With a large and dynamic aviation industry, Canada has excellent training schools and facilities that is hard to find in any other country. There are many pilots from Canada who’re highly skilled and professional at flying for Airlines, Military, UN Relief, Helicopter etc.

If you opt to pursue the training of commercial pilot license in Canada, the biggest advantage you will have is to be known, validated and respected across the world as ICAO Licensed Pilot. Moreover, the excellent weather of Canada enables the commercial pilot applicants to learn flying the aircrafts in sunny days while the vision remains crystal clear and help them passing up their initial round of Pilot training. Later, the applicants will be trained to fly the aircraft in odd weather conditions when the visibility would be highly poor.

To actualize your dreams of getting commercial pilot license in Canada, GSA Aviation can help! You can join our training programs in various countries to get the best skills you need to be a professional commercial pilot.

Commercial Pilot License/Training from Canada

Canada is the vibrant country and hub of Aviation Industries. Pilot Training in Canada is an excellent and amazing. You have a golden opportunity to pursue your career as a CFI and later on you can hold ATPL License. We, GSA Aviation deal with Top Flight Academies in Canada which is catering best training and facility .Canada has a storied history in aviation as well – having developed the De Havilland Beaver and Otter Floatplanes, the Arrow Fighter Jet, and recently the immensely popular Bombardier CRJ Regional Jet line used worldwide by major and regional airlines.

The diverse weather in Canada allows for many sunny days to get your initial Pilot Licenses completed under daylight, visual conditions. Later on in your Commercial Pilot training, while undergoing the more advanced Instrument Flight Training, Canada can have many cloudy, poor visibility days enabling you to get real-time, practical IFR Instrument Flying Experience during your pilot training program in Canada.

You would also have an option of CFI, ATPL as well as BSc in aviation course in Canada.

The low Canadian Dollar – Commercial Pilot Training in Canada is very cost effective – it is estimated to be 30-35% less than countries in Western Europe. This reduced cost in building hours and training can bea real advantage to Pilots from Europe.

Duration: 1 Year (Approx.)

Eligibility: 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Math’s in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot trainingcourse. Visit www.nios.ac.in for details)

At least 16 years of age to start pilot training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) In the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease thatcan hamper normal function.

Course details:

1.Private Pilot License(PPL)

  • 28hrs dual
  • 5hr instrument
  • 12hrs solo

  • 25 hrs dual
  • 10 hrs instrument
  • 30 hrs solo
  • 58 hrs solo build up time
  • 7 hrs dual

  • 17 Hours Dual (Single Engine)
  • 8 Hours Dual (Multi Engine)