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Modern flight training, tailored to you.

Cirrus Training Centre


The instrument rating is designed to ensure you can get the most out of your flying and aircraft.

The focus of the course is to become a safe and efficient instrument pilot, capable of using the aircraft in a variety of weather conditions within the airspace system including on gorgeous sunny days!

On achieving your instrument rating you will see just how small the world is.


Learn to fly in the Cirrus Aircraft and discover a type of training that opens your horizons to new adventures and expanded capabilities.

​With a Private Pilot Licence, your summer home in the South of France, a ski weekend in the Swiss Alps or a visit to Lapland to visit Father Christmas is all much closer.

Our course is designed to get you to the highest standard and help you see the possibilities the licence affords you. Add on a night rating and tailwheel to get more out of your flying.


Cirrus Transition Training or Differences Training is a 3 day (standard) or 5 day (advanced) course to get you more comfortable and confident with the advanced systems found in the Cirrus Aircraft.

The standard and advanced courses follow the Cirrus issued syllabus and are recognised as the gold standard of aircraft specific courses by insurers around the world.


We conduct the full range of FAA flight and recurrent training
Private, Instrument, Commercial, Instrument Proficiency Checks, and Flight Reviews, single and multi-engine in your aircraft or ours.

Contact us to find more information on specialist FAA courses​​.


Does your co-pilot have apprehensions when flying in light aircraft?

We have designed a fun and light training programme that will help your co-pilot overcome any uncertainties about flying in light aircraft and be a helpful asset when you fly together.

The course covers the basics of flight, fundamentals of radio communicating and basic aircraft controls.

The standard course is 15 hours of flight training over 5 days and by the end they will have a good command of general handling, particularly of landings, basic navigation, and working with air traffic control.

The course can be completed in our aircraft, or your own. 

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