How much does flight school cost in Kenya?

How much does flight school cost in Kenya?

Fee Structure

Item Cost (Ksh)
Flying 155 hours above the 45 PPL hours @ Ksh 16,440 2,548,200
3 hours for the General Flight Test (GFT) @ Ksh 16,440 49,320
CPL Ground School 60,000
*Accommodation at Orly/Malindi: 150 days @ 1,500/= 225,000

How much does it cost to become a pilot in Kenya?

For the first basic license, the Private Pilots License which takes six months to complete, the school charges Sh800,000. To obtain the second level license, the Commercial Pilots License, a training must pay Sh2,600,000 with the training estimated to last between 8-12 months.

Where can I study pilot in Kenya?

Kenya School of Flying is a professional pilot training school based in Kenya. Our main campus is situated at Wilson Airport in Nairobi, other flight bases are at Malindi, Orly Airpark and Ukunda airstrip. We provide personalized training and students have full access to our simulator and aircraft for practical.

Who is the owner of Kenya School of Flying?

Captain J.M. Ririani
Captain J.M. Ririani: Chairman/ CEO and founder of KSOF. He started as an Air Traffic Officer before becoming a pilot. He flew in the East African Airways on the DC3 and Fokker27. He later joined Kenya Airways (KQ) on inception in 1977 and climbed up on seniority and qualified as a captain on DC9, B707 and Air Bus 310.

How much does it cost to become a helicopter pilot in Kenya?

Helicopter pilot training costs KSh 6,000,000 (approximately), for both theory and flying lessons. Contact us for more details….Instrument Rating and Multi-Engine Training (IR/ME)

Course Duration Cost
Private Pilots License 6 Months KSh 800,000=00

Who is the richest pilot in Kenya?

Captain Irene Koki Mutungi
Airline Captain Irene Koki Mutungi, commonly known as Koki Mutungi, is a professional pilot in Kenya, the largest economy in the East African Community….

Irene Koki Mutungi
Known for Aviation
Title Captain of Boeing 787 Deamliner
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