Guardian Aerospace Holdings Inc. offers the Standard Licenses and Ratings as follows: Recreational, Private, Commercial, Night, VFR over the Top; Instructor, Mountain Flight Awareness Training and Flight Training in Arctic Conditions for those pilots wishing to prepare themselves for employment in Commercial Operations.
1. Advantages of our Airports:
Prince George, BC:
Prince George has the 3rd longest runway in Canada! We are actually able to do 2 touch-and-goes in one circuit, maximizing your training and minimizing your cost. The airport is not busy at all, we only have some regional carriers, 737`s and 747 Cargo planes. You do not loose any time waiting for take-off on the ground nor traveling to and from our practice areas. Once we clear the control zone we can start with the 1st exercise, just minutes after T/O, where do you get that!? But we still have Ground and Tower Controller so you learn important procedures and radio communications. There are 3 paved and 2 grass runways enabling us to fly in any wind conditions.
This aerodrome is great for training since there is very little traffic. That gives the student a very relaxed atmosphere to train in. As a student you will be very occupied dealing with the airplane and procedures, you don’t need 5 other airplanes in the circuit making your life stressful. This aerodrome also has paved and grass runways.
All of our Instructors are Charter Pilots as well. They have valuable “real life” experience to pass on to their student. We will not only teach you the minimums required to pass a flight test, we teach you to become a safe and successful commercial pilot with a long career ahead. Whenever we can, we take our students along on charter flights to give them free additional ex
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