Class C Checkout

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Getting comfortable coming to and from major international airports, transiting their zones and sharing the radio frequency with AirCanada and Westjet - is a matter of good preparation of the trip and some specific skills

Getting comfortable coming to and from major international airports, transiting their zones and sharing the radio frequency with AirCanada and Westjet - is a matter of good preparation of the trip and some specific skills that your instructor will teach you during this training.

Typically, the checkout consists of about 2 hours of ground briefing, nav log preparation and weather briefing, and then a flight of approximately 2.5 - 3 hours taking you to Victoria International Airport, Vancouver International Airport and a couple of regional airports with specific procedures.

Adventure Flying Testimonials

David Dryden

A few years ago I was golfing at Sandpiper and saw that there was a grass runway down one of the fairways. From that day on it was my goal to fly into Sandpiper and play golf. On Friday I flew in with my instructor Anna Serbinenko and had lunch. I guess golf will have to wait for my next trip. Here is the take off. 

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