Course Dates

24Jan
2019.01.24 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
POF
25Jan
2019.01.25 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
POF
28Jan
2019.01.28 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
ATG
29Jan
2019.01.29 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
ATG
30Jan
2019.01.30 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MET
31Jan
2019.01.31 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MET
1Feb
2019.02.01 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MET

Testimonials

I would like to thank Guthrie Aviation as a whole for the training and assistance i received whilst i was converting my South African CPL to the Zimbabwean CPL. Your assistance and profesional atmosphere is highly appreciated and please keep the standards high. I am looking forward to carry further training with you guys and better myself as a pilot and contribute to the Aviation industry.

Tinotenda Wagoneka

After completing my CPL training in 2011, I joined Guthrie Aviation to do my CPL conversion. I received a warm reception from the team at Guthrie team as well as a fantastic service and insight into the flying in Zimbabwe at the time.   During the training process i did not have the slightest clue that I would later be offered to join this great establishment and be able to part take and ...

Munya Mtetwa

Student / Past Employee


Guthrie Aviation is a great place to learn how to fly! Organised, professional, friendly, experienced, knowledgeable, enthusiastic; it has been an absolute joy for me to have obtained my PPL under their tutelage. I thank them for all their hard work and dedication in sharing the passion for flying!

Patrick Shadwell

Guthrie Aviation is a highly professional organisation driven by strong leadership and excellent instructors. I have learnt an enormous amount during the PPL course. Thank you to the team for the patience and guidance in the air and on the ground.

Phillip Dumont de Chassart

I did it, got my PPL with lots of help and guidance from a truly professional team.Thank you all at Guthrie.

Miena Ferreira

I would like to thank Guthrie Aviation for my PPL flight training. Throughout it all, I have certainly enjoyed it. The training has been fanatastic and the flight instructors have been brilliant to me.

Andrew Davias

Just a small comment on yesterday, how great it is to see the incredible metamorphosis that is taking place at GAS! I recall doing my I.R. with you in 1994 in those same rooms and how different ( and much busier) things are today! I do miss the piece of arbitrary bent coat hangar wire holding up the toilet seat though! Thanks for the very long hours put in with me yesterday trying to teach an ...

Peter Wienand

To the GAS team! Congratulations on creating a "world class" flight training school....It has been inspirational to see the transformation over the years. I was fortunate enough to do my multi-engine IR last year through the school based on their newly approved IR training course. This new approach made it an absolute pleasure, with ground school and exams being written at the school rather than ...

Craig Davenport

Having enrolled at Guthrie aviation  in 2007 I can proudly look back at the hard work and hours all the instructors dedicated to what has become a great career for me. I stand proud being associated with the school which always will be a home for me. Thank you very much and see you soon for another turning point in my career.

Donald Kawara

Thank you for all the hard work and extra effort put into my Caravan course. I found it to be professional and of a very high standard. Good quality training.

Janade Karim

Latest News

Airport Security Passes

Coming to Charles Prince?
Please remember to bring your ID and cash, or a valid Security Pass when you come to the airport.
I doesn't matter that you were here yesterday or that your pass has just expired, either way, you are not going to have a pleasant experience.
Guthrie Aviation has appealed to the Airport Management for an understanding and customer oriented approach to security. The fact is that we do not have any control over Security at the Airport and there is nothing we can do to assist other than to provide you with good warning.

 

Flying Glass

Increasingly applicants for airline jobs are being asked if they have glass time. The use of GPS and "TV screen" instruments, electronic flight bags are more an more common in all aspects of aviation. To ensure that Guthrie Aviation students are able to operate in this enviroment effortlessly and that they have the skills and experiance to suceed, Guthrie Aviation has invested in Zimbabwes first all glass trainer. Fitted with the latest Garmin 500 PFD and 650 gps students will be exposed to the modern avionics world from the beginning, ensuring they have no difficulties in the future and are not looked over in interviews .

 

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Flight Plan Form

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Satellite Tracking

As part of our ongoing safety managment and quality assurance program we have implemented satellight tracking on our aircraft. While enabling us to ensure that our aircraft are operated in accordance with our standard operating procedures it has also given us the ability to rapidly locate our aircraft in the event of an emergency. Pilots are also able to raise attention and communicate with the flight operations department through the use of standard "Mark" messages ensuring that you are never alone even if there is no radio or cell phone signal.

Our students are only a press of a button away from getting assistance should the need arise, and instructors are able to follow their students flights in real time ensuring that all the flight objectives were accomplished. 

As clients with passengers on our flights you have access to live tracking, although with less detail, you will be able to see where your flight is and when your guests may be expected to arrive.

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  1. Construction of the new runway to the east of the original runway continues and is at an advanced stage. The original runway is now easily mistaken as a taxiway - with the new un-open and still under construction runway appearing as the active runway. Pilots to exercise caution when approacing to land.
  2. There is an new temporary general aircraft apron to the west of the main apron constructed out of compacted gravel. Pilots are to use minimum power and operation times on this apron to avoid propeller ston damage.
  3. Surrounding the new temporary general aviation apron is a number of fire hydrants and construction markers. Pilots to exercise caution. 

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