In general, most people do not have the idea of the cost of becoming a pilot.
However, I can say that the pilot course cost is inexpensive in the Philippines compared to many other countries.
The commercial pilot training cost may range from 40,000 USD to 80,000 USD.
Depending on the package you choose and the hours you intend to fly, your pilot course tuition fee will vary.
Surely if you have just made up your mind that you want to have a pilot’s license, just go for it.
AT THIS POINT:
Ask yourself, what are your aviation goals?
You can use several techniques according to your goals in life as a pilot.
In this article, I have shared some techniques which will certainly help you reduce your cost to become a pilot.
Are you willing to know the actual pilot course tuition fee in the Philippines?
Then continue reading because the real cost is unknown to all beginners.
Being associated with aviation in the Philippines since 2011, I have learned a lot about how to become a pilot.
The first question I have for you is:
Why do you want to become a pilot?
If you want to become a pilot for recreation, it is inexpensive.
On the other hand, if you are willing to make a living by flying for an airline at that point, it is entirely a different story.
If you want to fly for fun during weekends with friends, then you can simply acquire a private pilot license.
The private pilot license is only the initial stage.
A private pilot license will give you the privilege of flying an airplane.
With a private pilot license, you cannot accept any compensation for flying someone from point A to B.
To get a private pilot license, you only have to fly 40 hours.
Pass the private pilot knowledge exams, so that the CAAP can issue a private pilot license for you.
As you will have to fly only 40 hours of which minimum of 20 hours as PIC, you will have to spend less time in the aircraft.
The pilot training cost for a private pilot license may range from 8000 USD to 10,000 USD in the Philippines.
So ask yourself, do you only want a private pilot license?
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