Get Started with a Familiarization Flight

Curious about flight training? Get started with a familiarization flight where you will be paired with one of our experienced instructors and learn the basic fundamentals of flying. This one-hour experience begins with a ground briefing, followed by an actual flight in one of our aircraft where you will see first-hand how it feels to be behind the controls! This is a great way to ask questions about our programs and determine the best option for your specific needs.

Cost: $119.00 + applicable taxes

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A Recreational Pilot Permit may be right for you if you’re looking to fly for fun in your local area.

Privileges

Recreational pilot permit allows you to:

  • Fly anywhere in Canada during daylight hours
  • Option to add a seaplane rating
  • Carry one passenger

Requirements & Training

  • A minimum of 25 hours of flight training must be completed. Of this 25 hours, a minimum of 15 hours must be with a flight instructor, and a minimum of five hours must be solo practice
  • While obtaining your RPP, you will gain experience in various areas of flight training. These include aircraft ground handling, radio procedures, basic navigation, aircraft maneuvering, and more
  • An aviation medical (class 3 or higher) must be completed
  • The minimum age to obtain this permit is 16 years

Ground School & Examinations

Although not required, it is highly recommended that you complete a Pilot Ground School Course to better prepare you for the Transport Canada written examination.

A Transport Canada written examination is required with an overall passing grade of 60%. You’ll be tested in the four main areas: Air Law, Navigation, Meteorology, and General Knowledge. In addition to the written examination, you will be required to pass a practical flight test. You can be assured that your instructor will set you up for success!

Average Cost: $6,686.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 15 hours dual instruction $226.50/hr
  • 10 hours solo practice $161.50/hr
  • Private Pilot Ground School Course (not required but highly recommended) $400.00
  • Ground School Student Kit. $394.02

Additional Expenses:

  • Medical examination $120.00
  • Written examination fee $150.00
  • Flight test fee $500.00
  • License processing fee $60.00

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in a Cessna 152.

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Privileges

  • Fly anywhere in Canada, USA, Mexico and the Caribbean
  • No passenger limit
  • Ability to obtain additional advanced ratings and licenses
  • Ability to obtain a Night Rating

Requirements & Training

  • Student pilot permit is required and can be attained at age 14 (for solo flight)
  • Must be minimum 17 years of age
  • An aviation medical (class 3 or higher) must be completed
  • 45 hours of ground school
  • Successfully complete the Transport Canada private pilot written exam
  • A minimum of 17 hours of dual flight training (with a flight instructor) including;
    • 3 hours of cross-country flight training
    • 5 hours of instrument time
  • A minimum of 12 hours of solo flight training including;
    • 5 hours of cross-country flight time (150NM with two full-stop landings)
  • Successfully complete the private pilot flight test

Ground School & Examinations

A minimum of 45 hours of ground school must be completed in order to obtain your private pilot licence.

The Transport Canada written examination will take place right at our school. In order to pass your examination, you need to achieve at least 60% in all four mandatory subjects (Air Law, Navigation, Meteorology, and General Knowledge) with an overall score of 60%.

You must also pass an oral English Proficiency Exam (International Students Only).

Average Cost: $10,706.02

Course Breakdown:

  • 27 hours dual instruction $226.50/hr
  • 15 hours solo practice $161.50/hr
  • Simulator (3hrs) $133.00/hr
  • Private Pilot Ground School Course $400.00
  • Ground School Student Kit $394.02

Additional Expenses:

  • Medical examination $250.00
  • Written examination fee $150.00
  • Flight test fee $500.00
  • License processing fee $125.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in a Cessna 152.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Privileges

A Commercial Pilot Licence allows a pilot to fly for hire or reward. A Commercial Pilot License includes a Night Rating and a VFR Over-the-Top Endorsement.

Requirements & Training

  • Must hold a Private Pilot License
  • Class 1 Aviation Medical Examination
  • A minimum of 200 hours total flight time including;
    • 100 hours Pilot in Command time
    • 20 hours of cross-country flight time

65 hours of flight training which must include;

  • 35 hours of dual instruction
    • 20 hours of instrument time
    • 5 hours dual night
    • 5 hours of navigation training
    • 5 hours of general training
  • 30 hours of solo flight time
    • 25 hours of general practice, including airwork and navigation
    • 5 hours solo night
  • Cross-country navigation trip of at least 300 nautical miles with landings at 3 airports other than the departure airport
  • 80 hours of Ground School

Ground School & Examinations

The Commercial Pilot License course consists of 80 hours of ground school including instruction on Air Law, Meteorology, Navigation, and General Knowledge. This course can be done online and your instructor will direct you to some of the available Online programs offered. A Transport Canada written examination and flight test is required.

Average Cost: $15,507.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 35 hours dual instruction $226.50/hr
  • 30 hours solo practice $161.50/hr
  • 10 hours Simulator $133.00/hr

Additional Expenses:

  • Commercial Pilot Ground School $600.00 (dependant on the online course)
  • Medical examination (Class 1) $300.00
  • Written examination fee $150.00
  • Flight test fee $500.00
  • License processing fee $155.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in a Cessna 152.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Double the fun! Winnipeg Aviation is now offering multi-engine training on our Piper Seneca. A multi-engine rating allows you to fly an aircraft with more than one engine.

Privileges

The Multi-Engine Rating allows you to fly an aircraft with more than one engine.

Requirements & Training

  • There is no minimum flight time required for a multi-engine rating
  • An applicant must hold a Private Pilot Licence or Commercial Pilot Licence
  • An aviation medical (class 3 or higher) must be completed

Ground School & Examinations

There is no ground school requirement or Transport Canada written examination for this rating. A flight test must be completed to receive this rating.

Average Cost: $5,495.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 10 hours dual instruction $415.00/hr
  • 10 hours ground briefing $65.00/hr
  • Flight test rental fee $420.00

Additional Expenses:

  • Student Kit $75.00
  • Flight test examination fee $500.00
  • License processing fee $90.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in our Piper Seneca.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Privileges

An Instrument Rating allows you to fly in or above the clouds to avoid being grounded by weather which does not meet the Visual Flight Rules.

Requirements & Training

  • Must hold a Private Pilot Licence or Commercial Pilot Licence
  • Must have previously completed 50 hours cross-country pilot-in-command time
  • Training includes 40 hours of instrument time of which a maximum of 20 hours may be instrument ground time (simulator), while a cross-country must also be completed
    • Includes any time you have accumulated during your private pilot training, commercial training, and night rating
  • Successfully complete the Transport Canada written examination (INRAT)
  • Successfully complete the flight test
  • An aviation medical (class 3 or higher) must be completed

Ground School & Examinations

There are no minimum ground school requirements for the instrument rating. There are, however, courses available to help you prepare for the written examination which your instructor can direct you to.

Average Cost: $9,614.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 15 hours dual instruction $290.00/hr
  • 20 hours dual Simulator $135.00/hr
  • 10 hours ground briefing $65.00/hr
  • IFR Instructor Charge $210.00
  • Flight Test rental fee $354.00

Additional Expenses:

  • Student Kit $150.00
  • Flight test examination fee $500.00
  • License processing fee $50.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in our Cessna 182.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Upgrade your skills with a multi-engine instrument rating in as little as 40 hours. Your training will be performed on the Piper Seneca.

Requirements & Training

  • An applicant must hold a Private Pilot Licence or Commercial Pilot Licence
  • Applicant must hold a Multi-Engine Rating
  • Must have 50 hours cross-country pilot-in-command time
  • 40 hours of instrument time of which a maximum of 20 hours may be instrument ground time (simulator), while a cross-country must also be completed
    • This also includes any time you have accumulated during your private pilot training, commercial training, and night rating
  • Successfully complete the Transport Canada written examination (INRAT)
  • Successfully complete the flight test
  • An aviation medical (class 3 or higher) must be completed

Ground School & Examinations

There are no minimum ground school requirements for the multi-engine instrument rating. There are, however, courses available to help you prepare for the written examination (INRAT) which your instructor can direct you to.

Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (Private Pilot)

Average Cost: $14,125.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 20 hours dual instruction $415.00/hr
  • 20 hours dual Simulator $144.00/hr
  • 10 hours ground briefing $65.00/hr
  • IFR Instructor Charge $180.00
  • Flight Test rental fee $875.00

Additional Expenses:

  • Student Kit $150.00
  • Flight Test examination fee $1,000.00
  • License processing fee $90.00

*If the Applicant holds a Multi-Engine Rating, average cost is $7,190.00

Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (Commercial Pilot)

Average Cost: $12,415.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 20 hours dual instruction $415.00/hr
  • 10 hours dual Simulator. $144.00/hr
  • 10 hours ground briefing $65.00/hr
  • IFR Instructor Charge $120.00
  • Flight Test rental charge $945.00

Additional Expenses:

  • Student Kit $180.00
  • Flight Test examination fee $1,000.00
  • License processing fee $90.00

*If the Applicant holds a Multi-Engine Rating, average cost is $11,350.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in our Piper Seneca.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Priviliges

Advance your training by learning to fly at night. Enjoy the beauty and scenery that the skies offer after dark.

Requirements & Training

  • Must hold a Private Pilot License
  • 20 hours of night flight time including:
    • A minimum of 5 hours dual flight time ( 2 hours must be cross-country flight time)
    • A minimum of 5 hours solo flight time, including 10 takeoffs, circuits and landings
    • A minimum of 10 hours dual instrument flight tim

Average Cost: $3,075.50

Course Breakdown:

  • 8 hours dual instruction $226.50/hr
  • 2 hours Simulator $133.00/hr
  • 5 hours solo practice $161.50/hr
  • Instructor Night Surcharge $145.00

Additional Expenses:

  • License processing fee $45.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in a Cessna 152.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Priviliges

Stare the gift of flight by becoming a Flight Instructor. This rating allows you to conduct flight training.

Requirements & Training

  • Must hold a Commercial or Airline Transport Pilot License
  • A minimum of 30 hours of dual flight instructional time on overall pilot proficiency and the presentation of all exercises set forth in the Flight Instructor Guide
  • A minimum of 25 hours of ground instruction
  • A Valid Category 1 Aviation Medical
  • Applicants are required to pass a Transport Canada written examination and Flight Test

Ground School & Examinations

25 hours of ground instruction which shall include:

  • Practical application of the basic principles of learning and techniques of instruction
  • Preparation and use of lesson plans
  • Procedures for planning and presenting preparatory ground instruction, pre-flight briefings, in-flight instruction, and post flight de-briefings
  • Theory of flight required to teach the air exercises
  • Aircraft flight manuals and aircraft operating limits
  • Presentation of pilot decision making concepts
  • The use of the Transport Canada Flight Instructor Guide, flight training manual, Canadian Aviation Regulations-part IV, and the flight test standards, Private and Commercial Pilot Licenses-Aeroplane category
  • Applicants are required to pass a Transport Canada written examination

Average Cost: $8,525.00

Course Breakdown:

  • 30 hours dual flight instruction $226.50/hr
  • 25 hours of ground instruction
  • 6 hours Solo practice (average) $161.50/hr

Additional Expenses:

  • Written examination fee $150.00
  • Flight test fee $500.00
  • Instructor kit $200.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice. Pricing is based on training in a Cessna 152 and training with a Class 1 Instructor.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Let Us Change Your “Attitude”

Whether you want to improve your techniques, get comfortable with unusual attitudes or have a dream of becoming Canada’s next aerobatic champion, Winnipeg Aviation can offer you everything you need to get started in development of aerobatic flying skills!

We offer four different courses: Introductory, Basic 1, Basic 2 and Intermediate.

Each course is approximately 5-10 hours in duration.

Check out our amazing Aerobatics Instructor, Dan Reeves at : danreevesairshows.com

 

Average Cost: $5,151.63

Course Breakdown:

Introductory: Basic Manoeuvres

  • 2 hours dual instruction. $371.18/hr
  • 1.5 hours ground briefing $68.25/hr

Basic Manoeuvres 1

  • 3.5 hours dual instruction $371.18/hr
  • 2 hours ground briefing $68.25/hr

Basic Manoeuvres 2

  • 3.5 hours dual instruction $371.18/hr
  • 2 hours ground briefing $68.25/hr

Intermediate Manoeuvres 1

  • 3.5 hours dual instruction $371.18/hr
  • 2 hours ground briefing $68.25/hr

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!

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Our Professional Pilot Course incorporates everything you need to launch your aviation career from start to finish!

This course combines;

  • Private Pilot License
  • Commercial Pilot License
  • Night and VFR Over-the-Top Ratings
  • Multi-Engine Rating
  • Multi-Engine Instrument Rating

Requirements and Training

Completion of this course includes the following;

  • 200 hours total flight training time of which;
    • 100 hours Pilot in Command
    • 50 hours cross country flight time
    • 20 hours multi-engine time
    • 10 hours night flight

Ground School and Examinations

  • Ground School instruction for both Private Pilot and Commercial Pilot Licenses is required
  • A Transport Canada written examination is required for Private, Commercial, Multi-Engine and Instrument Rating is required

Average Cost: $53,163.52

Course Breakdown:

  • Private Pilot Course $10,706.02
  • Commercial Pilot Course $15,507.50
  • Time Building $14,535.00
  • Multi-Engine/MIFR $12,415.00

*Price is based upon the minimum requirements set forth by Transport Canada. Actual flight times (and therefore costs) may be higher than stated based on the student’s ability and aptitude. Taxes not included. Prices are subject to change without notice.

*Special Promo: for every $1,000.00 you pay in advance, receive 30 minutes of free solo time!