The first step in your Flying Career is to get the PPL. It is a type of pilot license that allows individuals to fly an aircraft for personal or recreational purposes, without renumeration. With a PPL, pilots can explore the world of aviation and enjoy the freedom of flying for leisure.
The English Language Proficiency is a test that examines the candidate’s ability to communicate safely in English. Following ICAO guidelines, the test examines the use of plain, non-routine language and not specialized aviation phraseology. The test can award the candidate all possible grades, according to the ICAO grading scale, Level 1 to Level 6.
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) conducts English Language Proficiency Test on-site and online. Continental will assist you in attaining your ELP requirement.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, pilots must hold a Restricted Radio Operator's Certificate (RROC - Aircraft) issued by the National Telecommunication Commission – this certificate authorizes the holder to operate a class of radio station. To be eligible for this exam, one must already possess a pilot student license. Continental will be dedicated to support you in obtaining your Restricted Radio Operator's Certificate (RROC - Aircraft)
The Cessna Skyhawk, renowned as the ultimate training aircraft, features simplistic flight, excellent visibility, and a sophisticated glass cockpit. With a slow landing speed and lenient stall, it's the ideal choice for student pilots, designed to help you soar.
Produced from 1957 to 1986, this six-seat, high-performance, retractable-gear, single-engine high-wing aircraft is known for its remarkable load-hauling capability and the ability to fly nearly five hours on 90 gallons of fuel.
This all-metal, six-place, low-wing, pressurized, twin-engine airplane features retractable tricycle landing gear. Designed for optimal passenger comfort, its twin turbocharged engines deliver exceptional performance in this light twin-piston business aircraft.
The Baron G58 piston aircraft strikes a perfect balance between horsepower, twin-engine redundancy, and security. With seating for six, spacious cargo doors, and two baggage compartments, it offers great flexibility for business and pleasure.
The PA32, born in 1965, is a powerful single-engine aircraft, widely utilized in air taxi and medevac services. As a stretched-out Piper Cherokee, it accommodates six passengers with additional baggage space.
Evolved from the Piper Cherokee Six, the Lance is a six-passenger class aircraft with a Lycoming IO-540 engine, delivering 300 horsepower. While slightly slower, it excels in stability during Instrument Flying conditions and can handle its fair share of weight.