Pilot Training and Programs

Piloting an aircraft springs from passion. Learning how to apply this passion is a combination of hands-on training, theories and various discipline.

Strike Wing will help you achieve that.

We hone basic airmanship skills to becoming a full pledge professional serving the needs while in the sky.

We are fueled by the best instructors, aircrafts and ground school that are tailor-fitted to sharpen future air professionals.

Student Pilot License (SPL)

  • This is the first pilot license that one would need to be able to fly an airplane.
  • You need Student Pilot License until you reach minimum of 40 and pass the Private Pilot examination.
  • You will also need a Pilot Medical Certificate for this.
  • The license has validity of 24 months

Private Pilot License (PPL)

  • This is your first step in your aviation career.
  • This is your qualification that permits you to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes in non-commercial operations.
  • A private pilot is the holder of a private pilot license. With a private pilot license (PPL), a pilot is allowed to fly aeroplanes of the category and class that the license designates. Private pilots are not permitted to profit from any flight (except, in the USA).

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

  • A qualification that permits the holder to act as the pilot of an aircraft for remuneration.
  • A commercial pilot may be compensated for flying. Training for the certificate focuses on a better understanding of aircraft systems and a higher standard of airmanship. The commercial certificate itself does not allow a pilot to fly in instrument meteorological conditions, and commercial pilots without an instrument rating are restricted to daytime flight within 50 nautical miles when flying for hire.
  • The FAA often uses the definition of flight which requires a Commercial Pilot Certificate to be any flight for "compensation or hire."
  • A commercial airplane pilot must be able to operate a complex airplane, as a specific number of hours of complex (or turbine-powered) aircraft time are among the prerequisites, and at least a portion of the practical examination is performed in a complex aircraft.

Aviation Training Organization Certificate

Aviation Training Organization Certificate Training Specification Certificate

General Requiements

  •  At least 17 years of age
  •  At least a High School Graduate
  •  NBI Clearance
  •  Not color blind
  •  Physically Fit
  •  Psychologically Fit

Private Pilot License Requiements

  •  Student Pilot License
  •  Holds 2nd Class Medical Certificate
  •  At least 40 hours flight logbook time
  •  Passed the ATO Knowledge test
  •  Passed the ATO Practical Flight Test and Oral Examination (Check ride)
  •  NTC License (Radio telephony)

Commercial Pilot License Requiements

  •  Private Pilot License
  •  Holds a valid 1st Class Medical Certificate
  •  At least 150 hours flight logbook time
  •  Passed the ATO Knowledge test
  •  Passed the ATO Practical Flight Test and Oral Examination (Check ride)
  •  NTC License (Radio telephony)
  •  Multi Engine and Instrument Rating
  •  English Language Proficiency at least Level 4