Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP) permits daylight flights, within Canada and with no more than one passenger. Ground school is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended. All pilots need to be familiar with basic aviation theory and procedures and must pass a Transport Canada written examination. This permit does not allow for the addition of endorsements such as night, float, or instrument, but may count as time towards your Private Pilot License.
Applicant must satisfy all training criteria as outlined in the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).
(Applicable taxes will be added)
The following cost breakdown is based on Transport Canada minimum requirements. Student proficiency will vary. Hours in excess of those listed here must be paid for by the student at the rates listed.
|Books and Equipment:||$262|
|20 hours dual training @ $170.00 per hour.||$3400|
|5 hours solo training on @ 125.00 per hour.||$625|
|10 hours ground school/brief @ $50.00 per hour.||$500|
Flight Training may be paid for ahead of time, or immediately following the flight lesson.
As the Captain of your own aircraft, we invite you to use this training program in the continual process of education and the pursuit of excellence.