Ardmore Flying School

Ardmore Flying School

Address : Harvard Ln, Ardmore, New Zealand, New Zealand

Contact : +64 9-298 5055  Email :

About Ardmore Flying School, New Zealand, New Zealand

Ardmore Flying School has been training pilots since 1961 and is recognised internationally as a quality facility, providing consistently high standards in all aspects of flight training.

Ardmore Flying School provides international and domestic students with a solid foundation in all the critical areas of aviation theory and pilot training skills, and also teaches you how to work effectively in the constantly changing environment of the skies. Our fully integrated pilot training programs transform students into strong, decisive, skilled pilots capable of operating in the commercial and corporate sector.

Individual attention - class sizes are limited on the helicopter pilot or airline pilot training courses to ensure the very best learning environment.

Supportive mentoring - an experienced instructor and an assistant teach every theory subject in modern and air-conditioned classrooms. Your Primary Instructor will be available to mentor you through any difficult patch and is your ‘go-to’ person to solve any issue you may have.

Courses Offered by Ardmore Flying School

Diploma Program

  • Commercial Pilot Licence  
  • Indian Training Program
  • Certificate in Aviation - Level 5
  • Diploma in Aviation (Airline Preparation) - Level 6
  • Diploma in Aviation (Flight Instructor) - Level 6

Admission Process at Ardmore Flying School

  • IELTS:6 
  • Must be 18 years old
  • English - English is the international language for aviation and all classes are taught in English. Students need to meet IELTS (Academic) score of 6 (no bands less than 5.5) to sit this course.
  • Immigration - All international students must hold a Student Visa to study in New Zealand.
  • Medicals - Students must obtain a NZCAA Class 1 medical prior to commencement of the course.
  • School Requirements – Students must meet the equivalent of a New Zealand NCEA Level2.
  • Logbook of previous flying
  • If your previous flying experience was, in full or in part, obtained while enrolled in a CAANZ or ICAO approved or recognized course and you desire to qualify for full credit, please make sure that you are able to make your logbook available for inspection by Ardmore Flying School and CAANZ and/or that you obtain a record (transcript) of training from the school you attended. Final credit awarded will be based upon a review of logged pilot time and demonstrated flight proficiency as evaluated by the Chief Flying Instructor when you commence training at Ardmore Flying School.

AFS Facilities and Infrastructure

  • Accommodation
  • Aircraft
  • Aircraft
  • Training Facilities
  • Flight Simulators

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