With long commutes to and from evening classes on weekdays and now with the world adjusting to weekly changes due to the ongoing pandemic, it's starting to make a lot more sense to skip the traditional ground schools and complete your ground training from the comfort of your home or office. Veliu Aviation has made it possible for you to do just that, helping you save time, money and have more flexibility with your training. Veliu Aviation's ground schools, powered by Level Flight, give the aviation world more affordable, convenient, and effective training options. Any course requiring a letter of recommendation has been approved by Transport Canada, and upon completion of your course, a letter of recommendation will be provided by Level Fight. To learn more, please visit our ground school portal by clicking on the "learn more" button.
The following 4 main topics will take you on a journey from the ground to high in the sky where you will discover how airplanes fly, the weather and airspace they fly in, and most importantly how to become a safe and competent aviator.
1. Air Law
4. Aeronautics - General Knowledge
This could be the first course you take from us and it prepares you for what used to be called the PSTAR exam. It is now essentially known as the Student Pilot Permit Exam. You must pass this exam in order to obtain your Student Pilot Permit and fly solo!
Every pilot in Canada is required to hold a Restricted Operator Certificate. This certificate is for the purpose of operating the aeronautical radio. In order to obtain the certificate, you must pass an exam issued by Industry Canada. By taking this course you will learn everything you need to know to take the exam with confidence!
Flying at night is often a peaceful and tranquil experience due to the often calm air, quiet radio frequencies, and beautiful night sky. Seeing the world from above at night provides you, the pilot, with a new challenge. One that is definitely worth the time and effort put into the training. This online course will prepare you for your ground briefings and the flying portion of your night rating.
The Canadian Aviation Regulations require any pilot who has not acted as Pilot in Command or Co-Pilot of an aircraft in the last 5 years to complete the PSTAR exam. While that in itself is a great step in the right direction for returning to the sky is it enough? By taking this course you will not only obtain the knowledge and practice you need to pass the PSTAR exam but you will refresh on important material first learned in the Private Pilot Ground School. We want you to not only be safe but