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This program is for individuals with the unrestricted right to live and work in countries in South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

This program is for individuals with the unrestricted right to live and work in countries in South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Programme Type
Private Pilot Licence (PPL)
Instrument Rating (IR)
Commercial Pilot License-Multi Engine (CPL-ME)
Single Engine (SE)  Add-On
Advanced manoeuvre training (AMT)
Description

Train with CAE in Phoenix, Arizona, and earn your license to launch your airline career in South America! This full-time training program is designed in accordance with regulatory rules in South America, Central America and the Caribbean; it will take you from zero experience to qualified commercial pilot.

Find out more about training with CAE In Phoenix here.

Course Outline

This FAA Program is up to 52 weeks in duration and includes:

  • 174 hours FAA Ground School (PPL, IR, CPL)
  • 139.3 hours Single Engine aircraft trainer 
  • 32 hours Multi Engine aircraft trainer
  • 28.7 hours Flight Simulator
Investment & Funding
Airline Pilot Pathway – South America USD$79,500.00

What's included?

  • Full FAA ground school program (PPL, IR, CPL) 
  • Flight training, landing fees and fuel necessary 
  • Uniform and flight case 
  • All course materials and manuals 
  • FAA flight and written examinations – first attempt only 
  • Accommodation in Phoenix, Arizona 

What's not included?

  • Transportation to and from, and within Phoenix, Arizona 
  • All Meals 
  • US M-1 visa application costs 
  • FAA First Class Medical 
  • Remedial training and costs associated with course overrun
  • CAE Assessment (ADAPT & Checkpoint) – USD $350.00
Eligibility requirements

You need to meet the following criteria to apply to the Airline Pilot Pathway – South America:

  • Be a citizen of a Central, South American or Caribbean country
  • Be able to obtain a U.S. M-1 visa for training in the United States 
  • Hold a passport valid for unrestricted, international travel 
  • Be 18 years of age or over to start training
  • Hold a high school diploma
  • Successfully complete the CAE assessment process
  • Capable of holding an FAA First Class Medical
  • Ability to finance the program
  • Previous flying experience is not required
Assessment & Selection

To start your application process, contact a CAE Training Advisor by sending an email to: [email protected]   

Before you start training you will need to:

  • Successfully complete the CAE assessment process (ADAPT & Checkpoint) virtually
  • Sign a Training Services Agreement 
  • Pay your course deposit to secure your seat
  • Get your FAA First Class Medical
  • Establish financing
Contact your Training Advisors

You can speak to our team via email:
[email protected] 

Or phone: +1 (480) 430 8569

Interested?
Get started today.
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