Held at our facility in Burlington, the co-pilot training course offered by Spectrum Airways is designed to familiarize non-pilots with basic aircraft procedures and operations so that they may contribute to cockpit activities such as navigation, and radio communications. Students will be trained in basic landing techniques as well as emergency communications with Air Traffic Control. There is no official license or permit administered; however, the flight time may be credited towards a recreational pilot permit or private pilot’s license. Get your flight training started by enrolling today.
Basic flying techniques and aircraft operation
Basic landing techniques
Radio communication and Radio License
Scenario based training
The course is designed on an estimated flight time of 5-10 hours. Each session will start and end with a 1-on-1 ground briefing.
Note: training may be done on Spectrum Airways’ aircraft or a personal aircraft. Owner-supplied aircraft must show proof of insurance to be able to conduct flight training with the co-pilot candidate.