English Language Proficiency
Applicants must be able to speak, read, write and understand the English language. Countries which do not have to provide and English proficiency exam as evidence that they can speak, read, write and understand the English Language.
Legally, a person can start learning to fly at age 16 but must be 17 years and older to be able to fly solo. A person must be 18 years and older to hold a Private Pilot License (PPL) and a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). To hold a Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL), applicants must be 21 years and above.
Applicants must pass and retain valid (current) a Class 2 CAAB Medical Certificate issued by an Approved (Aviation) Medical Examiner, to posses a Private Pilot License (PPL). A valid (current) Class 1 CAAB Medical Certificate, also issued by a Approved (Aviation) Medical Examiner, is required to posses a Commercial Pilot License (CPL).