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Hey /n/ I'm looking into a career as an airline pilot and after realizing pretty fast that it's too expensive in America and Europe. I'm looking into South Africa.
I've been quoted 500,000 rand for a CPL, Night, Instrument and Multi engine. Which works out to £34,000 or $50,000. This is much cheaper than £100,000 I was quoted for a British school.
Just wondering a few things.
1. Do employers respect a South African licence?
2. What jobs can I get on that? I'd still need an Airline transport licence to be an airline pilot but if I wanted to break to get a job to earn some money what could I get on just a CPL, Night, Instrument and Multi Engine?
4. Are their any countries that are even cheaper? (Obviously it would have to be an English course, and not from a country where employers would turn their nose up at it)