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SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING INTERNATIONAL The core purpose and values of SDFTI have remained unchanged since launching in 1989. These words live in every briefing room, flight deck, instructor and members of the support staff. We are more than a business ... we are part of the history and future of aviation. Producing safe professional pilots is our contribution. San Diego Flight Training International conducts all flight operations from Montgomery Field (MYF). The primary offices are located at 8745 Aero Dr. San Diego. This institute has been training pilots in the San Diego area for over 20 years. The campus is situated directly across Aero Drive from Montgomery Field Municipal Airport in Southern California where our flight line of 17 aircraft and maintenance hangers are located. Montgomery Field is a tower-controlled high traffic volume airport central to a very complex airspace that will prepare you for any airports and conditions you will find in your career. The climate, topography and complex airspace create a spectacular training environment; one with an ideal mix of weather for the best experience possible. This allows for much more comfortable training than is available in Arizona and Florida. The campus is centrally located in San Diego in close proximity to reasonably-priced apartments, stores and restaurants MISSION & VALUES SDFTI provides professional training to career aviators and personal pilots with same level of excellence, quality, innovation, and safety to remain at the leading edge of an ever advancing and growing industry. We are committed to delivering the best tools and equipment and training techniques that maximize efficiency and superior skill development well beyond the requirements prescribed and monitored by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 141. SDFTI and the Airline Direct Academy center is a beacon for national, international and local students; catering to the specific needs of each. COURSE OPTIONS: Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating (CPLMEIR) CRICOS CODE: 050124G This is our most popular course and provides you with the minimum qualifications you need to apply to an Airline. Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations: AVI50408) including Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot) CRICOS CODE: 077244K (Diploma) & 077243M (Certificate IV) The Diploma of Aviation is effectively the same as the Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating; however with a little extra administration (which adds to the cost) you can be issued a Diploma. For most of our clients a Diploma is not necessary however there are a few countries and employers that prefer applicants to have a Diploma. If this is the case for you, then the Diploma of Aviation may be the right option. Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) CRICOS CODE: 050123G To fly professionally (i.e to get paid) you must have a CPL. There are a few jobs where a CPL is sufficient however most employers do expect you to have a Multi Engine Endorsement and Instrument Rating as well. Some of our students choose to start with the CPL and decide later on what further training to undertake. Course Entry Requirements * Aviation Medical Pass an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Aviation Medical. To practice as a Commercial Pilot you need a Class 1 Aviation Medical. Therefore you MUST be either pass this medical or be capable of passing it. In order to sit the CPL exam, a Class 2 Aviation Medical is all that is required. As a Class 2 medical is easier and cheaper than a Class 1, you may choose this option however we recommend a Class 1 so that you are sure that there are no unforeseen problems preventing you flying commercially. You can find your nearest CASA approved medical examiner at: http://www.casa.gov.au/scripts/nc.dll?WCMS:STANDARD::pc=PC_91522 • Age Be 18 Years of Age by course commencement • Education Have minimum qualifications or experience to the equivalent of the completion of Australian Year 10 (the 4th Year of Secondary School) • Police Check Be willing to undergo a Federal Police check in Australia for issue of your ASIC (Aviation Security Identity Card. • English Proficiency Minimum of IELTS 5.5 band is required with no band less than 5.0. Students can also get admission on the basis of EPC letter. COURSE FEE: San Diego Flight Training International require an initial US$500 Course deposit Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating = $ 40, 590 (Payable after TSA assessment- Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement = $47510 Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating = $52530 Private Pilot License =$10, 480 Documents required: Filled application form English Proficiency proof Copy of passport SSC mark-sheet and certificate Bank statement requirement : Their no bank statement amount mentioned anywhere which is required to be shown for admission. Dependents permission: Spouse and child are allowed as dependent in US on F2 visa. Dependents work permission: Dependents are not allowed to work in USA. Call at - 8088-867-867 or mail at admission@studymetro.com
SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING INTERNATIONAL The core purpose and values of SDFTI have remained unchanged since launching in 1989. These words live in every briefing room, flight deck, instructor and members of the support staff. We are more than a business ... we are part of the history and future of aviation. Producing safe professional pilots is our contribution. San Diego Flight Training International conducts all flight operations from Montgomery Field (MYF). The primary offices are located at 8745 Aero Dr. San Diego. This institute has been training pilots in the San Diego area for over 20 years. The campus is situated directly across Aero Drive from Montgomery Field Municipal Airport in Southern California where our flight line of 17 aircraft and maintenance hangers are located. Montgomery Field is a tower-controlled high traffic volume airport central to a very complex airspace that will prepare you for any airports and conditions you will find in your career. The climate, topography and complex airspace create a spectacular training environment; one with an ideal mix of weather for the best experience possible. This allows for much more comfortable training than is available in Arizona and Florida. The campus is centrally located in San Diego in close proximity to reasonably-priced apartments, stores and restaurants MISSION & VALUES SDFTI provides professional training to career aviators and personal pilots with same level of excellence, quality, innovation, and safety to remain at the leading edge of an ever advancing and growing industry. We are committed to delivering the best tools and equipment and training techniques that maximize efficiency and superior skill development well beyond the requirements prescribed and monitored by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 141. SDFTI and the Airline Direct Academy center is a beacon for national, international and local students; catering to the specific needs of each. COURSE OPTIONS: Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating (CPLMEIR) CRICOS CODE: 050124G This is our most popular course and provides you with the minimum qualifications you need to apply to an Airline. Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations: AVI50408) including Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot) CRICOS CODE: 077244K (Diploma) & 077243M (Certificate IV) The Diploma of Aviation is effectively the same as the Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating; however with a little extra administration (which adds to the cost) you can be issued a Diploma. For most of our clients a Diploma is not necessary however there are a few countries and employers that prefer applicants to have a Diploma. If this is the case for you, then the Diploma of Aviation may be the right option. Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) CRICOS CODE: 050123G To fly professionally (i.e to get paid) you must have a CPL. There are a few jobs where a CPL is sufficient however most employers do expect you to have a Multi Engine Endorsement and Instrument Rating as well. Some of our students choose to start with the CPL and decide later on what further training to undertake. Course Entry Requirements * Aviation Medical Pass an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Aviation Medical. To practice as a Commercial Pilot you need a Class 1 Aviation Medical. Therefore you MUST be either pass this medical or be capable of passing it. In order to sit the CPL exam, a Class 2 Aviation Medical is all that is required. As a Class 2 medical is easier and cheaper than a Class 1, you may choose this option however we recommend a Class 1 so that you are sure that there are no unforeseen problems preventing you flying commercially. You can find your nearest CASA approved medical examiner at: http://www.casa.gov.au/scripts/nc.dll?WCMS:STANDARD::pc=PC_91522 • Age Be 18 Years of Age by course commencement • Education Have minimum qualifications or experience to the equivalent of the completion of Australian Year 10 (the 4th Year of Secondary School) • Police Check Be willing to undergo a Federal Police check in Australia for issue of your ASIC (Aviation Security Identity Card. • English Proficiency Minimum of IELTS 5.5 band is required with no band less than 5.0. Students can also get admission on the basis of EPC letter. COURSE FEE: San Diego Flight Training International require an initial US$500 Course deposit Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating = $ 40, 590 (Payable after TSA assessment- Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement = $47510 Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating = $52530 Private Pilot License =$10, 480 Documents required: Filled application form English Proficiency proof Copy of passport SSC mark-sheet and certificate Bank statement requirement : Their no bank statement amount mentioned anywhere which is required to be shown for admission. Dependents permission: Spouse and child are allowed as dependent in US on F2 visa. Dependents work permission: Dependents are not allowed to work in USA. Call at - 8088-867-867 or mail at admission@studymetro.com
  SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINI
SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING INTERNATIONAL The core purpose and values of SDFTI have remained unchanged since launching in 1989. These words live in every briefing room, flight deck, instructor and members of the support staff. We are more than a business ... we are part of the history and future of aviation. Producing safe professional pilots is our contribution. San Diego Flight Training International conducts all flight operations from Montgomery Field (MYF). The primary offices are located at 8745 Aero Dr. San Diego. This institute has been training pilots in the San Diego area for over 20 years. The campus is situated directly across Aero Drive from Montgomery Field Municipal Airport in Southern California where our flight line of 17 aircraft and maintenance hangers are located. Montgomery Field is a tower-controlled high traffic volume airport central to a very complex airspace that will prepare you for any airports and conditions you will find in your career. The climate, topography and complex airspace create a spectacular training environment; one with an ideal mix of weather for the best experience possible. This allows for much more comfortable training than is available in Arizona and Florida. The campus is centrally located in San Diego in close proximity to reasonably-priced apartments, stores and restaurants MISSION & VALUES SDFTI provides professional training to career aviators and personal pilots with same level of excellence, quality, innovation, and safety to remain at the leading edge of an ever advancing and growing industry. We are committed to delivering the best tools and equipment and training techniques that maximize efficiency and superior skill development well beyond the requirements prescribed and monitored by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 141. SDFTI and the Airline Direct Academy center is a beacon for national, international and local students; catering to the specific needs of each. COURSE OPTIONS: Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating (CPLMEIR) CRICOS CODE: 050124G This is our most popular course and provides you with the minimum qualifications you need to apply to an Airline. Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations: AVI50408) including Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot) CRICOS CODE: 077244K (Diploma) & 077243M (Certificate IV) The Diploma of Aviation is effectively the same as the Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating; however with a little extra administration (which adds to the cost) you can be issued a Diploma. For most of our clients a Diploma is not necessary however there are a few countries and employers that prefer applicants to have a Diploma. If this is the case for you, then the Diploma of Aviation may be the right option. Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) CRICOS CODE: 050123G To fly professionally (i.e to get paid) you must have a CPL. There are a few jobs where a CPL is sufficient however most employers do expect you to have a Multi Engine Endorsement and Instrument Rating as well. Some of our students choose to start with the CPL and decide later on what further training to undertake. Course Entry Requirements * Aviation Medical Pass an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Aviation Medical. To practice as a Commercial Pilot you need a Class 1 Aviation Medical. Therefore you MUST be either pass this medical or be capable of passing it. In order to sit the CPL exam, a Class 2 Aviation Medical is all that is required. As a Class 2 medical is easier and cheaper than a Class 1, you may choose this option however we recommend a Class 1 so that you are sure that there are no unforeseen problems preventing you flying commercially. You can find your nearest CASA approved medical examiner at: http://www.casa.gov.au/scripts/nc.dll?WCMS:STANDARD::pc=PC_91522 • Age Be 18 Years of Age by course commencement • Education Have minimum qualifications or experience to the equivalent of the completion of Australian Year 10 (the 4th Year of Secondary School) • Police Check Be willing to undergo a Federal Police check in Australia for issue of your ASIC (Aviation Security Identity Card. • English Proficiency Minimum of IELTS 5.5 band is required with no band less than 5.0. Students can also get admission on the basis of EPC letter. COURSE FEE: San Diego Flight Training International require an initial US$500 Course deposit Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating = $ 40, 590 (Payable after TSA assessment- Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement = $47510 Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Endorsement and Multi Engine Instrument Rating = $52530 Private Pilot License =$10, 480 Documents required: Filled application form English Proficiency proof Copy of passport SSC mark-sheet and certificate Bank statement requirement : Their no bank statement amount mentioned anywhere which is required to be shown for admission. Dependents permission: Spouse and child are allowed as dependent in US on F2 visa. Dependents work permission: Dependents are not allowed to work in USA. Call at - 8088-867-867 or mail at admission@studymetro.com
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