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Duration

18-24 months

Tuition

$92,500

  Ottawa

May 30-Nov 28

Plus 1 other start dates

Aug 30 - Feb 27 2026

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Diploma

Year Founded

2012

Scholarships

no

The Commercial Air Transport Pilot Airplane program is designed for students aiming for a career as a commercial pilot and who want to get there faster without doing the ATPL written exams. The program is twelve hundred hours of specialized training divided into fifteen courses over six semesters. The practical part includes seventy hours of simulator training and two hundred hours of flight training on an aircraft corresponding to the targeted skills. The program is divided into three logical phases, corresponding to the acquisition of the skills required to complete the program.

Graduates of this program obtain an Attestation of College Studies (ACS) and receive the PPL and CPL licenses as well as the Transport Canada night, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. In addition, students are trained to work as part of a crew to better meet the global market demands.

 

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Select Aviation College

CATP to major airline

John S.

Ottawa • April 10, 2024

Graduated From

Commercial Air Transport Pilot Airplane

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

I was looking at Seneca and Western but my jaw dropped at the tuition. I already had a BSc and had taken odd jobs for several years before deciding to become a Pilot. My key revelation was that the top flight schools place as many students as the colle...

I was looking at Seneca and Western but my jaw dropped at the tuition. I already had a BSc and had taken odd jobs for several years before deciding to become a Pilot. My key revelation was that the top flight schools place as many students as the colleges with big airlines.

Select Aviation was a faster path to where I wanted to go in the end. I finished 220+ hours and 75 simulator hours and got my commercial license in about 20 months.

Select Aviation was a great place to learn with dedicated instructors. I would definitely recommend it.

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