Training, theoretical and practical, to obtain a Class Rating, which allows the candidate to fly as Pilot-in-Command (PIC) on the Cessna Caravan & Grand Caravan 208 B or the Cessna 206 Soloy.
- Hold a valid PPL(A) or higher
- Valid 2nd class medical check or higher
- 200 flight hours as PIC
Theory: 26 hours of classroom training and self-study, 5 hours of training on the Garmin G1000 avionics (if required), plus final exam
Pratical training: 6 hours of flight training on the aircraft (minimum) plus 1 flight hour final exam (skill test)
+/- 14 days
Renewal and differences training
Our ATO is approved for both the renewal of expired ratings and differences training ( from/to Cessna 206 Soloy Silver Eagle and from the Cessna SET (Sea)). The training programmes are customised based on the candidate's previous experience. Therefore please contact us for a personalised training programme and pricing.