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OBTAINING A MEDICAL

A medical examination from a Transport Canada-approved medical examiner is required before your first solo flight. There are different categories of medical checks, and you

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COST OF LIVING

The cost of living in Canada depends on your lifestyle. In any case budget a minimum of $700-$1500/month: Student room: $400-900 Food: $250-300 Public transit:

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FINANCING

We understand that pursuing your aviation dreams can be a financial challenge for many new pilots. With over 30 years of experience assisting students just

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Here are some scholarships and awards available for flight training. British Columbia Aviation Council – Anderson Family Flight Training Scholarship Age: 16-19. Amount: $1’000-$5’000. Area of training:

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A GREAT STORY

Originally written 20 Sept 2013 It is almost 11 yrs since 9/11 and here is a wonderful story about that terrible day. Jerry Brown Delta

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IFR ADVENTURE: ALASKA!

By Peter Schlieck, Aviation News Journal, Autumn 2010 Record freezing temperatures, landscapes frozen in time and polar bears larger than life: that is Alaska – at

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