Aviation South West Ltd

Aviation South West has been established at Exeter International Airport since 1999. It has always been our vision to provide flight training of the highest quality to aspiring future Airline Pilots. We offer a bespoke service that we are proud of, students are respected, and above all they receive a great service and value for money. We focus on bringing out the best in each individual student, guiding them through their training, up to the beginning of their career in the right hand seat. Aviation South West equips students with the skills required to pursue a successful career at any commercial airline. Training to become a commercial pilot is intensive. It involves highly skilled people using technically advanced equipment. We adhere to strict operational procedures that ensure our aircraft and simulators are managed and used efficiently. We work hard to make courses available for people with different budgets and time constraints. Student safety is paramount and we are proud of our exceptional safety record. Due to the requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority, the UK has an enviable reputation for safety. Flight training conditions in the UK match those that students will face as career pilots. As English is the international aviation language of the world, students that train in the UK are at an advantage. It is important for students to demonstrate leadership, logical skills, focus, dedication and a willingness to achieve. As an ELCAS flying school (Provider ID 5667), military personnel may be able to claim ELCAS credits to redeem against the cost of their flight training with us.

Ab Initio Training Cadet Programmes Bachelor's Degree Type Rating Training Cabin Crew Training Ground Handling Training Helicopter Training UAV/UAS Training

Private 9 planes 1 aerodromes
8 instructors 1 FFS N/A

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