How can I become a pilot in Kenya Airways?

According to the Kenya Airways Careers Site, the minimum educational qualification for a Direct Entry Pilot is a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade of C or an equivalent with at least grade C in English, Mathematics, Physics/Chemistry/Physical Science.

What is the cost of pilot training in Kenya?

Fee Structure

Item Cost (Ksh)
Flying 155 hours above the 45 PPL hours @ Ksh 16,440 2,548,200
3 hours for the General Flight Test (GFT) @ Ksh 16,440 49,320
CPL Ground School 60,000
*Accommodation at Orly/Malindi: 150 days @ 1,500/= 225,000

Does Kenya Airways train pilots?

Brief Description: Kenya Airways is committed to the development of young qualified Kenyans interested in a Career as Pilots with the Airline. The Company runs an Ab initio Pilot training program, aimed at developing and retaining a good number of competent and qualified Kenyans as Pilots.

How much does a Kenya Airways pilot earn?

Kenya Airways is a national airline in Kenya with a large population of pilots. Monthly salary of a pilot in Kenya who flies Kenya Airways is Ksh. 389,000. Depending on the experience salary of these pilots increase with time.

How much does pilot course cost?

The average fees for pilot training courses range somewhere from 15 Lakhs to 50 Lakhs depending upon the type of course and duration.

Which is the most paying job in Kenya?

The Highest Paying Jobs in Kenya today

  • Finance. They are some of the most important players in many companies.
  • Medicine. Medicine is a well-paying job with high market value, what with medical graduates earning right after internships.
  • Piloting.
  • Architecture.
  • Politics.
  • Actuarial Science.
  • Law.
  • Engineering.

Can a pilot be a Millionaire?

Airline Pilots Can Earn $7 Million Over Their Career New data reveals that a young man in his 20’s can earn up to $7 million working as a pilot by the time he’s 65 years old.