All our flight lessons are now scenario based to better prepare you for the real world.
Commercial ground school started in March 2019.
Stay tuned for next dates. If you would like to be put on the Interested Students list to be notified when we get a start date and schedule ready call Dispatch at 403.288.8831.
What To Expect
To complete your commercial license, you will have to time build to accumulate the minimum hours required (200 hours). You will need 100 hours PIC and 200 hours Total time. This makes it hard to give students set cost or timeline for CPL since everyone will be at a different place and progressing at different speeds in their training. Weather also affects how fast you can complete your training.
To help complete your CPL, Student Aid from the Government of Canada and Alberta is available. Talk to dispatch for more information.
Wednesdays 1800 – 2200, and Saturdays 0800 – 1200
|1||Bill Bulek||Mar 20, 2019||Orientation & Aerodynamic & Theory of Flight||TBD|
|2||Bill Bulek||Mar 23, 2019||Aerodynamic & Theory of Flight||TBD|
|3||Andrew Graupe||Mar 27, 2019||Flight Instruments||TBD|
|4||Andrew Graupe||Mar 30, 2019||Flight Instruments||TBD|
|5||John Mader||April 3, 2019||Flight Operations||TBD|
|6||John Mader||April 6, 2019||Flight Operations||TBD|
|7||Rod Dixon||April 10, 2019||Airframes, Engines & Systems||TBD|
|8||Rod Dixon||April 17, 2019||Airframes, Engines & Systems||TBD|
|9||Tyler Waage||April 24, 2019||CARs & Licensing Requirements||TBD|
|10||Tyler Waage||April 27, 2019||CARs & Licensing Requirements||TBD|
|11||Rhodielyn Padilla||May 1, 2019||Human Factors Including Pilot Decision Making||TBD|
|12||Rhodielyn Padilla||May 4, 2019||Human Factors Including Pilot Decision Making||TBD|
|13||Laura McAtamney||May 8, 2019||Meteorology 1||TBD|
|14||Laura McAtamney||May 11, 2019||Meteorology 2||TBD|
|15||Laura McAtamney||May 15, 2019||Meteorology 3||TBD|
|16||Laura McAtamney||May 22, 2019||Meteorology 4||TBD|
|17||Laura McAtamney||May 25, 2019||Meteorology 5||TBD|
|18||Bill Bulek||May 29, 2019||Navigation 1||TBD|
|19||Bill Bulek||June 1, 2019||Navigation 2||TBD|
|20||Bill Bulek||June 5, 2019||Navigation 3||TBD|
|21||Bill Bulek||June 8, 2019||Navigation 4||TBD|
|22||Bill Bulek||June 12, 2019||Radio & Electronic Theory||TBD|
|23||Shaheb Seyedi||June 15, 2019||G.P.S-Ground Garmin-430||TBD|
|24||Shaheb Seyedi||June 19, 2019||Crew Resource Management, MEL& Winter Ops||TBD|
|25||Bill Bulek||June 22, 2019||Mountain Flying||TBD|
It is strongly recommended that students make every effort to complete the reading assignments prior to each class. All students are required to write 2 practice exams available at dispatch. Once an average score of at least 80% has been attained, a letter of recommend will be issued in order to challenge the Transport Canada exam. Your feedback aids a great deal in the ongoing development of our ground school. Please complete the ground school critique at the end of each class and submit it at the end of the course. THANK YOU.