Nighttime can be a fantastic time to fly.
The winds die down, and the thermal turbulence dissipates, leaving a sky full stars and a smooth ride. #nightflight#island#keflavik
102 65862 days ago
Did you guys know that in Canada you don’t need to take your private license first and then get your commercial? You can do ‘all in one’ that means 100 hours total (for helicopters 🚁) and only one written test and only one check ride!
Both, Brazil and US you first get your private license and from there you get your commercial.
I think it kind of makes sense how it works here in Canada. If you wanna go for commercial, why taking a private license first? I don’t know... I was surprised at first when I heard it but now I think it makes sense.
How does it work in your country? Is it the same as here or same as in Brazil and in the U.S? 🚁✈️
How much does it cost to become a Helicopter Pilot?
Is it the same price in Canada x USA x Brazil?
If you wanna know, click on the link on my BIO.
After I got a lot of this same question, I publish a post on my blog < www.pilotluana.com > where I specify the commercial courses prices in those three countries. Plus the Robinson R22 hourly rate. 🚁
Happy Saturday everyone 😘