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Pegasus Flyers (EA) ltd provides an integrated course schedule of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. In every class, our instructors emphasize the strategies and processes involved in learning and self-growth, creating a unique opportunity to prepare our students to live thoughtful, creative, and fulfilling lives in a rapidly changing society. Please see our current course offerings below.


Fun and Challenging

Dive right into class with one of our expert instructors. Our goal as educators is to spur our students’ curiosity and allow them to learn at their own pace. Get in touch with us to learn more, or better yet, come by to experience this class first-hand. Call us for more information.

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An Exceptional Learning Experience

The requirements laid down by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) for the issue of a Private Pilot’s License are as follows: -

  1. You must pass a medical examination with a KCAA-approved medical examiner.

  2. You must complete a flying course under the supervision of a qualified Flying Instructor. This must include a minimum of 40 hours of flying, of which at least 15 hours must be solo, and at least 5 hours of the solo must be cross-country flying.

  3. You must pass a flying test with a KCAA approved flying examiner.

  4. You must pass examination in relevant ground subjects, such as navigation, meteorology and air law.

  5. You must pass practical and theory examinations radio.

  6. Sit the ICAO English proficiency test.



Recipe for Success

Instructors at Pegasus Flyers (EA) ltd will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to learn. This class gives our students a chance to apply their unique skills and expand their horizons by learning something new. We can tailor a program to meet your busy schedule. Pegasus Flyers also offers one on one flight training for those students who want a more personalized course.

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Program & Requirements

The Directorate of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority requires that all Private Pilot ground subject examination candidates complete a minimum of 100 hours tuition. In order to meet this requirement, Pegasus expects the student to attend approximately 36 hours of formal tuition, the remainder being completed by the student as a self study component.

It is necessary for Pegasus Flyers to complete a form confirming that you have fulfilled the required study time and that you are ready to carry out the examinations. Your Ground School Instructor will be able to determine if the self study portion has been achieved by evaluating your knowledge as the formal sessions progress and by successful completion of a “mock” examination.

Initially, your instruction on flying training, principles of flight and the aircraft will be covered by your flying instructor during your pre-flight briefings. He will also assign material from the manuals to read before your next flying lesson. Pegasus Flyers Flying Instructors and Ground School Instructors co-ordinate your ground studies with your actual flying instruction so that your flying experience is enhanced and the theory becomes an interesting integral part of obtaining your license.


You will be required to purchase the following items: -

  1. Trevor Thom “The Air Pilot’s Manual” volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4.

  2. Flight Computer.

  3. Divider/Compass.

  4. Navigation ruler.

  5. Calculator – digital navigation computers are not allowed in the examination.

  6. ONC Charts.

  7. A lever Arch file for additional notes handed out throughout the course.

  8. Flight Radio Telephony Operator’s License Handbook.

  9. An aviation headset

It is also recommended, but not mandatory, that you subscribe to the KCAA AIP publication service. Pegasus have an up to date copy for use when you are at the Club.


Before applying to KCAA to take your Ground School examinations KCAA require that you have done five hours solo cross country flights. The Ground School examinations must be successfully passed within six months of your General Flight test. We recommend that you try and complete them before your flight test so that you can get them out of the way and be fully prepared for the flight test and any questions the examiner may ask.

You will have to write a separate examination for your radiotelephony license. The Club has also instituted some additional requirements into the curriculum to ensure your safety and confidence in the air. The major requirement is that you have your Radiotelephony Operator’s License before you do your first solo cross country flight. This greatly enhances your safety in the air.

All examinations are held by the KCAA and you will have to book and pay for them at the KCAA Licensing office. The examinations are held at the East African School of Aviation in Embakasi, on the 1st and 4th Friday of each month and all subjects are written on the same day. Examinations must be applied for at least 7 days in advance.

You will be required to complete examinations covering the following subjects: -

Theory of Flight including Aircraft Performance.

Navigation including plotting.



Human Performance



An Exceptional Learning Experience

Enroll in this hands-on, innovative class and take part in a unique, challenging learning experience. Our qualified and skilled instructors serve as facilitators in the course, guiding students through exploring and individual learning. Give us a call if you want to learn more, or join one of our free trial classes.



Instructors at Pegasus Flyers (EA) Ltd will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to inquire and learn. This class gives our students a chance to apply their unique skills and expand their horizons by learning something new. Give us a call today if you want to learn more.

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