List Of Helicopter Schools In Uganda

List Of Helicopter Schools In Uganda

Aviation, or air transport, refers to the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. Aircraft includes fixed-wing and rotary-wing types, morphable wings, wing-less lifting bodies, as well as lighter-than-air craft such as balloons and airships.

Aviation. If someone tells you that he’s in aviation school, that means he is learning how to fly a plane. Aviation comes from the Latin avis meaning “bird,” an appropriate translation given that aviation deals with travel by air, specifically in a plane

Here are the List of Aviation Schools In Uganda

East African Civil Aviation Academy-Soroti

Uganda Aviation School-Kampala

Moriah Aviation Training Centre-Abayita Ababiri

Pangea Aviation Academy-Kajjansi

Kampala Aeroclub & Flight Training Centre

Kampala Executive Aviation – KEA


What is the best aviation school in Uganda?

Kajjansi Flying School was established in 1997 and doing business as Pangea Aviation Academy, it is currently Africa’s Premier Aviation Academy with all the Courses that a professional pilot can attain. With about 350 sunny days a year, Uganda is the perfect place to pursue your pilot training quickly and affordably.

How many years does it take to become a pilot in Uganda?

To get a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in Uganda, you will need an average of 1 to 2 years (in some extreme cases 3 years). Whereas you will need around only 3 to 6 months to obtain a Private Pilot License (PPL). Not all pilot licenses allow you to get paid for your service.

How much does it cost to become a pilot in Uganda?

The Government subsidizes the tution fees for nationals who pay $18,000 for the full 2-year course while the international students pay $36,000.

How much do pilots earn in Uganda?

A Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals typically earns between USh508,672 and USh1,046,326 net per month at the start of the job. After 5 years of service, this is between USh702,702 and USh1,602,374 per month for a working week of 48 hours.

Which subjects are required for pilot in Uganda?


The students must have passed English, mathematics and physics with at least credit passes at “O” level. The students must have obtained at least two principal passes at “A” level, one of which should have been in either Mathematics or Physics and equivalent.