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Aviation School


Lanseria Flight Centre Aviation School and Pilot Training Division is located at Grand Central Airport / Air Charter Division, Lanseria International Airport, South Africa.

Aviation School in South Africa

Aviation School & Pilot Training Division


Our Flight School is located at Grand Central Airport.

The airport is privately owned and conveniently located in Midrand, halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria in South Africa.

  • Grand Central Airport offers the perfect training environment
  • Students fly in controlled airspace
  • Professional environment for students to gain grounding in procedures
  • Students are equipped with real aviation experience and expertise
  • No delays from airline operators
  • Superb controllers
  • Excellent weather, usually predictable for perfect flying
  • Great proximity to Midrand Gautrain Station and N1 Highway
  • Visit Grand Central Airport


Pilot Training Division

Air Charter Division – Lanseria International Airport


Situated just north-west of Johannesburg, Lanseria International Airport falls under the Johannesburg Terminal Area.

  • 24 hour services, customs and immigration.
  • Two brand new parallel runways.
  • Provides an excellent air charter operations environment.
  • Close proximity to Sandton and the N1, and N14 Highways.
  • Visit Lanseria International Airport


Aviation School at Lanseria International Airport
Cessna 177RG

Flight Training programmes

Flight Training Private Pilot License

Private Pilot Licence

Carry passengers | Fly for business or pleasure

Whether you plan on flying purely for pleasure or a career, you have to start at the beginning. The Private Pilot’s Licence is where your adventure in aviation starts.

Commercial Pilot License

Commercial Pilot Licence

Single Engine | Multi Engine

A commercial pilot’s licence is the last phase of a series of training modules to be completed before you can submit your licence to the SACAA and finally receive your Commercial Pilot’s Licence.

Frozen Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL)

Frozen ATPL Licence

Multi Engine Instrument Flight

A Frozen ATPL License is when a candidate currently has a Commercial Pilots Licence with an Instrument Rating and has completed their exams towards their Airline Transport Pilots Licence.

EASA modular professional pilot training

EASA Frozen ATPL License

Modular frozen ATPL training programme

Progress with little or no previous flying experience from Private Pilot’s License to a Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) level with ‘frozen ATPL’ and Multi-Engine (ME) Instrument rating (IR) in approximately 15 months.

Aviation and flight lecturers

Ground School

Lecturers for all the theoretical aviation subjects

Lanseria Flight Centre offers comprehensive training required to obtain the Private Pilot’s Licence, Commercial Pilot’s Licence and Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence.

Flight Training Night Rating

Night Rating

Command your aircraft after sunset

A night rating allows you to act as pilot in command of an aircraft after sunset until sunrise giving you more flexibility to adapt your time schedules after dark or early morning.

Pilot Instructor Rating

Instructor Rating

Add experience and value to your CV

An instructor’s rating will give you the edge over a pilot who does not have the rating, providing you with one more avenue that you can use to gain hours and experience. It also adds experience and value to your CV and career in aviation.

Hour Building Packages

Hour Building

Accelerate Your Flight Training

Our Hour Building Packages for Foreign Student Pilots can be done by easily obtaining a Holiday Pilots Licence Validation. Take advantage of our great weather,over 200 runways and a high standard of flying recognised worldwide.

International Students Training for Pilots

International Students

We look forward to training you

We offer Pilot Training for International Students. We have an excellent reputation for training students from all over the world as far afield as the Middle East, Asia, most countries in Europe and Africa, North and South America.