Requirements to become a pilot
You can become a pilot anywhere, but with us, you can become a captain pilot
Getting a CPL does not guarantee a job in a major airline. Many CPL holders cannot find a decent job despite the numerous job opportunities in the aviation sector. That is due to the lack of training on large aircraft. There is nothing in their training to help transition them from flying small training aircraft to flying large transport aircraft.
OxfordSaudia found the best solution for this dilemma. It is the only academy in the world to offer Type Rating for Airbus A320 as part of its training program. Our graduates get a CPL, PPL, IR and Type Rating for Airbus A320.
But what requirements should an applicant have?
What are the right qualifications that will enable you to fly in the sky and travel from one country to another?
These are the requirements to become a pilot:
You can become a pilot after completion of secondary education with proficiency in English, mathematics, and physics. We accept all types of high school diplomas.
The applicant must also be over 17 years of age.
Before starting your training, you will be physically tested to ensure that you are able to perform the required flight tasks. No worries though, more than 90% of all applicants pass the physical examination, as long as the student is in good health and able to perform the job they will pass.
The pilot's career is an unusual career, it is full of excitement and change. To become a pilot, you must be passionate about the field. If you love flying you will find the job enjoyable as well as prestigious.
Applicants are tested to determine if they are suitable for a pilot's career. the test includes proficiency testing in computer and teamwork as well as a personal interview.