Welcome to CYQG
Welcome to Journey Air Pilot Training! We are excited to be registered as a Private Career College (PCC) (see our Policies) in the province of Ontario under the Private Career College Act, 2005. Journey Air will allow you to achieve your aviation goals easier as one of Ontario’s premier aviation training institutes. Our goal at Journey Air Pilot Training is to provide hands-on theory and practical education as a leading aviation school. If you are thinking about enrolling in a dynamic flight, then Journey Air Pilot Training is the gateway to your future!
Here at Journey Air, we boast a fleet of world-class Diamond Aircraft, flight training devices, and exceptional flight instructors. We will provide you with opportunities for your Private Pilot License (PPL), Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Multi-Engine Rating, Instrument Flight Rating, and Night Rating.
Programs We Offer
Journey Air Pilot Training offers an Accelerated Pilot Training Program as a great opportunity for those who are serious about their commercial piloting careers and who want to fast-track their progress with our 24-month Accelerated Program.
Aeronautics Leadership Program (University of Windsor)
University of Windsor and Journey Air Pilot Training offer a specialized partnership to deliver an innovative university degree to interested aviation students combining theoretical knowledge with hands on experience.
Training We Offer
Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
Do you dream of one day piloting or co-piloting commercially operated large aircraft? If you wish to continue your education as a professional pilot, further obtaining a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) would allow you the opportunity to work in commercial passenger or freight transport, as well as fly for hire or reward.
Private Pilot License (PPL)
Does the idea of being a pilot soaring through the sky sound like your idea of a thrilling future? A Private Pilot License (PPL) is where you need to start, and we can help you reach your full potential!
In our opinion, two engines mean double the fun! No matter if flying aircraft privately or commercially, if one of your goals is to fly aircraft with two or more engines, you will need to additionally obtain a Multi-Engine Rating.
Flying at night requires pilots to first earn a night rating. Do you plan on flying after dark? Journey Air has your back!
The ability to land an aircraft in dense fog or near white out conditions is thanks, in part, to comprehensive instrument training as a pilot! To hold an Instrument Rating, you must already be the holder of a Private Pilot License (PPL).
Our FTDs (Flight Training Devices or Simulators) are designed to represent aircraft. Configured to include an enclosed cockpit with realistic visual references benefits both student and instructor.