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How long will it take to get my Pilot Licence?
Do I have to attend classes?
How is Pilot Training Organized?
How do I know if Langley Flying School is right for me?
Do I have to undergo a pilot medical exam?
How do I continue to enjoy flying after I complete my Private Pilot Licence?
Can I flight train in my own aircraft?
Is flying safe?
Has Langley Flying School ever had any accidents?
After I become a student, can I do casual work at the School and be paid?
Must I be proficient in English Language?
Why does Langley Flying School use the Piper Cherokees as their primary training aircraft?
When will I be ready for my First Solo Flight?
What will happen if I have to temporarily discontinue my training?
I'm having problems with air sickness—what can I do?
What happens after my First Solo Flight?
Will I be able to find a flying job when I complete my Commercial Pilot Licence?
What is the difference between a private flying school and college flying programs?
What should I do if I want to get a university degree and be a professional pilot?
Can I get a job with an airline after I qualify as a Commercial Pilot?
Will I get "glass cockpit" experience if I complete my advanced Commercial Pilot training at Langley Flying School?
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Langley Flying School, Inc.
Unit 110, 5385- 216 Street Langley, British Columbia, V2Y 2N3 Canada
E-mail : Administration@langleyflyingschool.com
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Langley Flying School is regulated by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills.
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