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  1. 1. SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING With the boom in the worldwide airline industry the demand for pilots has never been stronger. Let San Diego Flight Training International prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career as an Airline Pilot. airlines need pilots now! SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING INTERNATIONAL
  2. 2. I want to welcome you to one of the finest flight schools in the United States of America. We have been training students from around the world for almost twenty years now and have graduates of this program flying in major airlines throughout the USA and the world. SDFTI is unique in that it not only is located in one of the best areas in the USA to learn to fly, San Diego is also one of the most popular places in the USA for tourists to visit. I look forward to the opportunity to meet with you in the future and offer my personal assistance throughout your selection of a flight training program and once you begin your training with us. Together we will make you aviation dreams your aviation reality Phil Thalheimer President
  3. 3. SDFTI is located at San Diego's main training airport, Montgomery Field Municipal Airport, just 20 minutes to the North of the city centre. San Diego is renowned for its blue skies and fantastic climate that make it the ideal flight training environment, resulting in fewer disruptions to you. The Institute is approved by the United States Federal Government to train overseas students and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide a range of pilot training licences and endorsements. This includes approvals to train for the Private Pilot Licence, Commercial Pilot Licence, Constant Speed Unit/Retractable Endorsement, Multi Engine Endorsement, Night VFR Rating, Instrument Rating, Aerobatics Endorsement, Formation Endorsement, Tail wheel Endorsement and Instructor Rating. We have a fleet of over 16 training aircraft including: about SDFTI SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING SDFTI has a team of highly qualified and experienced Instructors ready to assist you achieve your career goals. We also operate our own aircraft maintenance facility that provides us with aircraft maintained to the highest possible safety standards. Montgomery Field Municipal Airport is used for pilot training, private flying and charter flying. The airport consists of 6 fully operational runways, control tower, navigation aids and a large number of aviation related businesses. Located in San Diego's northern suburbs it is easy to get to and is well serviced by public transport. Cessna 172 Piper SenecaPiper ArrowCessna 152
  4. 4. If becoming an Airline Pilot is your dream, then you're fortunate that there has never been a better time to get into this career. With the rapid development of many economies, especially in the Asia-Pacific region and the advent of many new budget airlines, the equation is simple. Improving economies means more people have more disposable income to spend and budget airlines mean that flying is as cheap as it's ever been. Put the two together and you've got a situation where more people than ever before can afford to fly - And they are doing just that! This has resulted in a boom in the aviation industry that can now help your dream become a reality in a relatively short period of time, unheard of a few years ago. Many airlines are experiencing one problem - they buy the additional aircraft and hire the ground crews but there just aren't enough pilots around. In fact for every new aircraft an airline purchases, 12 additional pilots are required. That's why they need you. Forecasts are that the world will need 467.000 more Commercial Pilots by 2030. That's 24,500 new pilots EVERY year. Boeing predicts that nearly 40% of all openings for pilots will be in the Asia-Pacific region to cater for the soaring travel market. If you're still not convinced, we suggest you the research for yourself. Just do a web search on pilot shortages and demand for pilots and you'll find many articles that refer to the current and forecast demand. As we are a pilot training institute not a job placement provider, at SDFTI we can't guarantee you a job but we do guarantee first class training that will provide you with every opportunity to succeed. So what's stopping you? If you're confident you have what it takes, then now is the time to get started. your future – your career
  5. 5. SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRAINING internationally recognised training The training we provide is conducted following the United States FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) syllabus which meets ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) standards. Most countries are members of ICAO and each member country will recognise the licence of the other. However if you plan on working in another member country you will need to convert your licence to a local licence. In most cases this is relatively simple and requires you to: Pass a local Aviation Medical, Pass a local Conversion Exam Pass a local Flight Test. For details about converting your FAA licence to your local licence, either ask us or contact your local Department of Civil Aviation.
  6. 6. pilot training and how it all works You will progress through your training in stages and for each stage there is the practical flight training followed by a flight test and theoretical training followed by a theory exam or exams. Step 1 Basic flying sequences for Private Pilot Licence (Weeks 1-6) You will progress through your training in stages and for each stage there is the practical flight training followed by a flight test and theoretical training followed by a theory exam. First thing we need to do is teach you "how to fly' an aircraft. This involves sequences such as Effect of Controls, Straight and Level Flight, Climbing and Descending, Turning, Take off and Landing etc. On average you will do 25 hours dual flying (i.e with an Instructor) and 5 hours solo flying (i.e on your own). Step 2 Navigation training for full Private Pilot Licence (Weeks 7-12) Okay so now you can fly the aeroplane but if you want to take it on a long distance flight the next thing you need to learn is how to navigate the aircraft, so in stage 2 we do the navigation training for the full Private Pilot Licence. You will learn how to read a map, make a flight plan and find your way from point A to point B using Visual Flight Rules (VFR) or visual navigation. This simply means you look out the window and identify features on the ground like lakes, roads, cities, rivers, railway tracks etc from your map to identify where you are. The average student requires approximately 10 hours dual and 10 hours solo for this stage. The theory course requires you to study subjects such as Navigation, Flight Rules, Meteorology, Human Factors in Flight, Aerodynamics and Aircraft General Knowledge before sitting for the PPL theory exam. Once you have passed your PPL flight test/check ride you can fly anywhere in the United States as a Private Pilot. A Private Pilot can fly for recreational purposes but cannot be paid to fly. Therefore if you want to make an income from flying, you now need to keep training for your Commercial Pilot Licence. Before sitting for a CPL flight test you need: " To have a minimum 250 hours total flight time. " To have passed the CPL theory exam. This comprises subjects such as: Navigation, Flight Rules, Aircraft
  7. 7. so what now?? After you have completed your CPL with Multi Engine Endorsement and Instrument Rating course you now have the minimum qualifications required to apply directly to an airline. "But I don't know how to fly an airliner" I hear you say. Don't worry, the airlines don't expect you to be able to fly an airliner. If they decide to offer you a job, they will choose which type of airliner they want you to fly and they will send you for "Type Training" on that particular aircraft (e.g a Boeing 737, an Airbus 330, an MD 80 or whatever ). At the completion of your training you'll be a qualified "First Officer" sitting in the right seat in the cockpit under command of the Captain. General Knowledge, Aircraft Performance, Aerodynamics, Meteorology & Human Factors in Flight. " To have demonstrated the required standard of flying to be recommended for a flight test. Step 3. Instrument Rating (Weeks 13-25) All flying through to the PPL flight test is under VFR (Visual Flight Rules). As we explained above, VFR requires you to be able to see out the window and identify features on the ground so that you know where you are. Do you think that this technique would be suitable for an Airline Pilot flying a large Airliner between, for example, Mumbai and San Diego? Of course not: Airliners fly at night (so you can't see the ground), they usually fly at 35,000 - 40,000 feet (so it's far too high to see anything), they fly above clouds, in clouds, above oceans and at great speeds (about 850km/hour) - all making the VFR technique unsuitable. Therefore if you want to become an Airline Pilot you need to continue with your training to learn to fly and navigate by using the aircrafts' instruments and under a different set of rules known as Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Your Instrument Rating course includes approximately 20 hours of dual simulator training as well as 20 hours of dual flight time before concluding with your IR Flight Test/Check Ride. You will also need to pass the Instrument Rating theory exam. Step 4. Commercial Pilot Licence (Weeks 26-40) During this phase you will undertake further intensive training with an Instructor to bring your flight proficiency up to the standards required of a Commercial Pilot. Step 5. Multi Engine Endorsement (Weeks 41-48) All your training until this point has been in a Single Engine aircraft. As most airliners have at least 2 engines, you will need to learn to fly a Multi Engine Aircraft and pass a Multi Engine Endorsement check ride. You will need approximately 15 hours of flight training to complete this endorsement. Step 6. Flying hours time building (Weeks 49-51) Before you sit your final flight test/check ride, you need to have accumulated a minimum 250 hours of flight time. We use Weeks 49-51 to build your final hours so that you reach this minimum. Step 7. CPL flight test/check ride (Week 52)
  8. 8. what do our Students have to say about SDFTI? “SDFTI is a great school and I am really enjoying it here. San Diego has fantastic weather, the airport is not too busy and overall San Diego is a great place to be”. Sanijin Mehanagic from Bosnia "SDFTI is one of the best flying schools and I definitely recommend you joining it. I am from Dubai and I want to fly Emirates and I will because of these guys" Clive Dias from UAE “I am only 19 and looking forward to a career in aviation. Training here in San Diego, beautiful skies with real people flying real planes. Hope to see you here soon" Jesus Zazueta from Mexico "SDFTI is well equipped with all the facilities you need including its own written test facilities. The instructors are professional yet pretty chilled out. For me, SDFTI definitely yes! " Anamitra Chatterjee from India “I would like to thank you for your kind hospitality and support since I arrived in San Diego, I really feel at home. Everything at SDFTI is made to make flight training an enjoyable experience, keep it up”. Sobhy El Sehrawy from Egypt “I've had a fantastic time here in San Diego and recommend SDFTI to anyone wanting to embark on an aviation career. At SDFTI you'll develop the skills you need to succeed”. Alanoud Alhejailan from Saudi Arabia
  9. 9. San Diego is a cosmopolitan city with people and students from all over the world, so if you're looking for particular local food or something special from home, you're likely to find it here. San Diego is reknowned for its blue skies and good climate which makes it the ideal location for flight training. We have plenty of activities to keep you busy, from great beaches for swimming and surfing, bike tracks, hiking in the nearby hills, world class golf courses, buzzing nightlife and plenty of social and cultural events throughout the year. You can even go snow skiing within just a couple of hours of the city during winter. If you need help with accommodation we can offer two options. First we can arrange a studio apartment that's just a few minutes walk from the college or, if you prefer, we can offer Homestay Accommodation (i.e live with a local person/ family that provides a room and meals). Many of our students use the Homestay service as a way to settle in and in most cases they then end up sharing an apartment with new friends made at SDFTI. We also offer an airport pick up service. So, with all your training, accommodation and entertainment needs right here in San Diego, where else would you rather be?? what’s it like living in SAN DIEGO and where can I live?
  10. 10. There are no formal academic requirements to train as a pilot however you must: " Have a high standard of English. The FAA rule is that you must be able to "read, speak and understand English" We may ask you to conduct a test prior to starting with us and if you think you need some English training, we can offer remedial English on site at our campus. Ask us for details. " Have passed or be able to pass a Class 2 FAA Aviation Medical Exam. Your aviation medical can be done after arrival in the United States however in many countries the FAA has approved local medical examiners (AME's) that can do the test for you. If there is an FAA approved doctor near you, it's a good idea to do the aviation medical before you come to the United States. For anyone with good general health (and yes, you can wear glasses), the medical should not be difficult to pass. So what do you I need get in? How long is the course? The CPL with Multi Engine Endorsement and Instrument Rating course takes the average student approximately 12 months to complete. When can I start? We have regular course start dates commencing the second Monday of every month. How do I enrol? Complete an application form and preferably scan and email to us. We will then send further details about the applying for your Student Visa. Note: If you are working with one of our Approved Representatives, they will assist you through the Student Visa application process.
  11. 11. I need more information: You can visit our website www.sdfti.com Or For all enrolment/course enquiries contact us at: Email: info@flying-school.com Ph: +62 81558971457 +62 81586625666 +61 405387692 Or post to: SDFTI Representative Office Jakarta Jl Gudang Peluru Blok J No. 243, Kebon Baru, Tebet, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia 12830 SDFTI San Diego: 8745 Aero Dr., Ste. 103 San Diego, CA 92123 USA Ph: +1 8585691822 Fax: +1 8585695030 Or Speak to one of our Approved Representatives I need more information: You can visit our website www.sdfti.com Or For all enrolment/course enquiries contact us at: Email: info@flying-school.com Ph: +62 81558971457 +62 81586625666 +61 405387692 Or post to: SDFTI Representative Office Jakarta Jl Gudang Peluru Blok J No. 243, Kebon Baru, Tebet, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia 12830 SDFTI San Diego: 8745 Aero Dr., Ste. 103 San Diego, CA 92123 USA Ph: +1 8585691822 Fax: +1 8585695030 Or Speak to one of our Approved Representatives
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