We know that the investment in your flight
training program is one of the biggest financial commitments
you will ever make. But the subsequent
rewards are much greater! On
average, a successful airline pilot in Indonesia
will earn more than THREE MILLION ($3,000,000) USD throughout his
aviation career. So the very reasonable amount that you will put into your flight training, is an investment worth making.
Both global airline organisations and the Indonesian DGCA all project a dramatic deficit in
pilots required for national and regional air carriers in the coming years.
most Indonesian airlines are accepting direct-entry pilots for their First Officer programs.
Pilots will be trained on modern heavy-jet aircraft free of
charge after committing to a standard airline employment
contract. Such commitments are made with
pilots almost immediately after completion of their DGCA
CPL/IR flight training programs. And because of the industry shortage, First
Officers can move up to Captain status in a shorter period of time than in the past.
When comparing our rates with other regional flight schools, please compare "apples with apples". In aviation, not everything "cheap" is actually cheap.
Some flight schools advertise extremely "stripped down" rates, with minimum legal flight training hours for a particular license or rating. Achieving sucha tight objective (in this case, your PPL or CPL/IR license) is almost always impossible by a majority of students. This translates into huge amount of hidden fees, additional training costs and other unadvertised expenses.
For example, if a professional course is adverised to cost $55,000 for minimum legal flight time, the actual cost is likely to be over $75,000, because most students will require additional training. On the other hand, LIFT has no hidden fees. Our program is designed to take most students (even with average abilities), from zero to DGCA CPL/IR within the designated time-frame. Our flight and theoretical training time allocation is very generous and, on average, much higher then most other flight schools in the country.
Rental of advanced Active Noise Reduction (ANR) headsets
LIFT Administration fees
DGCA License issuance fees
Note: The rates are subject to monthly review and change without notice. Individual and modular courses are priced dynamically, depending on current fuel costs and are subject to availability.
Flight fees are estimated for non-integrated modular training and provided for planning purposes only. New DGCA
requirements, fuel surcharges, and other uncontrollable factors may result
in adjustments to our fees prior to or during the course of the academic
Please contact our enrollment department for latest pricing information.