Recreational Pilot Permit
Prerequisites
Candidates must be 14 years of age to obtain a Student Pilot Permit, 16 to achieve the Recreational Pilot Permit.
Applicants shall possess prior to solo and ideally prior to course commencement, a category 4, 3 or 1 medical certificate.
All candidates must successfully complete and pass a written examination and flight test.
Candidates shall complete a minimum of 25 hours total flight time, consisting of a minimum of 15 hours dual and a minimum of 5 hours solo.
Candidates should, but are not required to, complete a minimum of 40 hours of ground school instruction.








Costs and Flight Times
Note:  Flight training times specified are based on Transport Canada minimums and more training may be required. Costs do not include medical fees, flight test and written test fees.
Ground School (not required) ………………………………...……..….  $560.00
Cessna 172
          15 Hours Dual Flight Training @ $214/hr .................................... $3210.00
          10 Hours Solo Flight @ $144/hr .................................…..…........ $1440.00

Preparatory Ground Instruction/Flight Briefings  
           15 Hours@ $70  ……………………………………..…………  $1050.00
Total  (Tax NOT included)........................….……………........ $7073.80
•   At course commencement ensure that you have a copy of both the Transport Canada
     Flight Test Guide and the Study and Reference Guide.