Learn to Fly in GT Timeline

This section will provide you with useful information if you are interested in learning to fly.

The trainaing consists of theory and practical training. Somebody who has a normal day job probably needs one to two years to get the pivate pilot license. The process can be accelerated up to 3 weeks full time.

5 Responses to Learn to Fly in GT Timeline

  1. Jackie Jordan says:

    I will be moving to Guatemala in December and would like information on getting my small plane pilots license. I am retired and would like to take lessons in a Cesnna or similar small plane. This will not be for business purposes, only recreational flying. Please contact me at my emil address posted below.

  2. Rikki James Moore says:

    I am interested in learning to fly in Guatemala, I am planning on moving here next year and will have a few months without a day job to learn. what are the costs involved etc

    • admin says:

      Hi Rikki,

      I would say that you probably will require roughly the same amount of money compared to the US. It depends how much you already know etc.

      All the best

  3. Sheldon Bernstein says:

    Hi. I am interested in obtaining my pilot’s license. Is the theoretical portion available online as in the USA? Please reach out to me.

    • admin says:

      Hi Sheldon,

      the short answer is no. In Guatemala you will have to go to a traditional ground school. There are fast track programs that take about 3-4 months and week-end programs only Saturday that could take a year or so.

      Good luck!

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