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Welcome to Air Hart, an illustrious float and landplane training school based here in the Okanagan, British Columbia. Here we strive to empower our students with the knowledge required for their aviation dreams to take flight! With the diverse and challenging landscapes and weather systems among which we train, we relish the privilege to guide you on your next steps of improving your skills, confidence and competency as a pilot. Whether you want to fly for fun or for work (and fun!), we have the tools necessary to get you there.
Sightseeing Tours / Adventures / Charters
Experience the wonder and excitement of a floatplane/seaplane sightseeing tour over the breathtaking beauty of the Okanagan and its surrounding mountains, glaciers and alpine lakes. Open most of the year, Air-Hart Aviation offers high quality affordable sightseeing tours, custom tours, and charter work. Our high wing Cessna aircraft ensure everyone has a window seat and an excellent view. Whichever flight you choose, your pilot will point out interesting facts and features over stereo headphones provided for your comfort. This is an exciting and informative way to see the Okanagan and surrounding area.
Start your adventure today. Whichever floatplane sightseeing tour package you choose, your pilot will share some interesting facts about the Okanagan Valley.
Floatplane / Landplane / Commercial, Private & Conversion Training
Air-Hart Aviation is one of the most prestigious and comprehensive Flight Training centres in North America. With affordable flight training including commercial and private licenses on floats, 50-Hour bush course as well as license conversions on floats, your future aviation career as a floatplane pilot starts here. At Air-Hart Aviation we will help you experience the real adventure of float plane training amidst the breathtaking beauty of Kelowna, British Columbia. We are a uniquely-positioned and reputed flight training school and floatplane company offering competitive pricing for comprehensive Flight Training (commercial and private licences on floats) as well as basic and advanced Seaplane training packages. Most importantly Air-Hart is certified by HRDC as a Flying school and can provide you with an official tuition receipt (TL11B). This will help you claim your floatplane training on taxes. Air-Hart Aviation takes flight training above and beyond the basics. We have developed a program for students that will give you a competitive edge in the marketplace when looking for that hard-to-get first job. Training that is unmatched by any flight school in Canada!
Always dreamed of becoming a floatplane pilot? You’ve come to the right place! Our instructors are second to none and love to share their indepth knowledge and experiences with you all while having a whole lot of fun along the way!
Conveniently located in beautiful Kelowna, B.C., Canada. Air-Hart Aviation is one of the most prestigious and comprehensive Flight Training (commercial and private licence) and Float Plane/ Seaplane (floatplane rating and 50 hour bush course) centres in North America. With extremely well priced flight training packages and more VFR days than any other location across the nation according to Nav Canada, you can look forward to becoming licensed in record time.
If you are looking to convert your international license with the intention of working as a floatplane pilot in Canada, Air-Hart Aviation is the right choice for you. Air-Hart Aviation is the only certified flying school in Canada that offers Foreign License Conversion on floats in Canada. This allows you to “kill two birds with one stone”. We’ll help you convert your foreign license while building valuable floatplane hours. Depending on your foreign license, the requirements vary. When converting from a foreign license that requires a flight test, the focus on flight training will be getting you to flight test standards. How many hours that takes varies for each student, however we do recommend investing in 50 hours on floats if your goal is to work as a floatplane pilot.