Course Fees : £70 to £399

Planning to take an Aviation course in the UK?


Here is a table of Aviation courses in the UK along with the duration and cost of the course:


Institute Name


Course Name


Course Fee

Bucks New University


Commercial Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL)

3 years

£9,250 per year

Kingston University

Kingston upon Thames


Aviation Operations with Commercial Pilot Training 

3 years

£9,250 per year

Corporate Flight Training 


Cabin Crew 

5 Days

£700.00 GBP

London Waterloo Academy

York Road

Customer Service 

3 Days


Jet Masterclass


Pilot Training

16 Days

£5,995 + VAT

Flying Time Aviation

Brighton City

Pilot Training

Two years


Takeoff Aviation Academy


Air Traffic Control

5 DAY course      

£299 - £1200 

UK Civil Aviation Authority International

West Sussex

Flight Operations Inspector Theory

10 Days


L3 Harris Commercial Aviation


Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)

18 months


Airways Aviation


Integrated Pilot Training

71 weeks full time



What are the Top Aviation academies in the UK?


1. Bucks New University, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire.

2. Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames Surrey.

3. Helicentre Aviation, Leicestershire,LE2 2FG,United Kingdom.

4. UAV Academy, Hartham Park Corsham Wiltshire

5. Takeoff Aviation Academy, Marlborough Rd, Lancing BN15 8AF, United Kingdom.

6. Phoenix UAV Centre, Farleigh Road Norton St Philip Somerset.

7. Newcastle College, Scotswood Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

8. Almat Flying Academy, Baginton, Coventry CV8 3AZ, United Kingdom.

9. CAE, Crawley RH10 9UH, United Kingdom.

10. Flying Time Aviation, Brighton City Airport West Sussex BN43 5FF, UK


What is the cost of Aviation courses in the UK?


The average cost of Studying Aviation courses in the UK varies from one aspect of Aviation to another. For instance, it now costs around £ 90,000 and takes around 18 months to get an Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) through an integrated program.


What is the duration of Aviation courses in the UK?


The duration of Aviation courses varies from one aspect to another, depending on what you are opting for, BBA Aviation Management (3 Years), Master in Aviation Management (2 Years), Pilot training (24–36 months), Air traffic controller (12–18 months), Cabin crew (6–12 months). The average duration is Cabin crew 6-12 month and the Longest is 3 years for a Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management.


What is the salary of a Pilot officer in the UK?


The average salary for a Pilot is £38,219 per year in the United Kingdom. The average salary for an Airport Manager is £34,348 per year in the United Kingdom.


51 course(s) offered by 21 institutes in UK
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Air Cabin Crew

This Level 2 Cabin Crew course is ideal if you want to find your first job as part of a cabin crew, its deesigned specifically for anyone who wants to fly the skies in an air cabin crew role,

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Instructors at the Pilot Centre are experienced, keen and dedicated to passing on their skills and knowledge to everyone who is interested in flying, aiming to make the learning as enjoyable as possible.

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Sport & Travel & Tourism (Vocational Studies)

This course is designed to give you the opportunity to study a range of subjects which will support progression onto further study at Level 2 and develop transferable skills.

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Zero to Hero

25 hours of One-to-One flight training available across the fleet with a greater level of discount. Zero to Hero covers the exercises required to prepare you for your first SOLO including take offs & landings, transitions, circuits & emergencies.

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Flight Training Private Pilots Licence (PPL)

The Private Pilot License is a combination of practical flight training and theoretical knowledge. Under the guidance and supervision of our experienced instructors we will take you through the minimum 45 flying hours set by the Civil Aviation Authority.

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Private Pilot's Licences

The PPL is an internationally recognised licence. Following successful completion of a course of training at Cubair and after application to the CAA you would be issued with a PPL with privileges to fly a single engine piston aeroplane (land) as pilot in command.

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Flight Simulator Experience Days (Take Off)

Our ‘FlightPad’ Sessions are designed for enthusiasts and career developers who want a full insight into operating a modern jet airliner.  With extra time to tailor your experience, you can really get to know the aircraft.  

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The Private Pilot Licence

The Private Pilot Licence is a minimum 45 hour course. Of which 10 hours minimum will be solo. It has to include 9 theory exams and a qualifying cross country of 156 nautical miles, then followed by a skills test (conducted in house).

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LAPL (Light Aircraft Pilot's Licence)

The LAPL licence is only valid within the United Kingdom, however permission may be sought from the officials of the destination country to fly abroad. This licence can be obtained by anyone who is fit enough to drive a car.

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Pilot Training Aviation Courses

Here at Stapleford Flight Centre in London, we offer a  truly comprehensive series of pilot-training aviation courses.

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