Pacific Flying Club
Profile of Career College/Trade School
Pacific Flying Club was established in 1965 and today it is known as one of the premier professional flight training facilities in BC, Canada. The club is accredited by the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of British Columbia.
It has a fleet of 22 aircraft, which includes Cessnas and Pipers, and an AST 300 simulator with full vision and CRM capability. It also has a Precision Flight Control Elite FTD. It offers a number of programs for commercial, private, recreational pilots. Two of the programs are Private Pilot Licence and Recreational Pilot Permit.
Pacific Flying Club now offers an Airline and Flight Operations Program in collaboration with British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), a leader in aviation training. The aim of the program is to teach graduates the skills necessary to meet present and future challenges. It is a full-time program and lasts for 64 weeks. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are awarded a post-secondary diploma and qualify to get a commercial pilotís licence. The program teaches and trains students in applied skills and knowledge necessary to operate an airline. A total of 203.8 hours of flying is provided in the program.
The program produces pilots with superior technical skills and knowledge of safety management systems, WHMIS, and cockpit resource management. As the aviation industry grows, the demand for pilots is only going to increase.Students who are interested in financial aid should contact the BCIT Student Financial Assistance Office.
Key School Links
Commercial Pilot Groundschool
Commercial Pilot Licence
Multi Engine Instrument Rating
Multi Engine Rating
Private Pilot Groundschool
Private Pilot Licence
Recreational Pilot Permit
Single Engine Instrument Rating (IFR)
Automotive and Auto Technician
Instructor and Teacher Training
Recreation, Leisure and Sports
- Pacific Flying Club