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The new regulation

According to the new regulation, those aged 17 or above who have received at least three years of education at a middle school are eligible to apply for a private pilot’s license. After 40 hours of theoretical studies followed another 40 hours of flight training and exams for both, the trainee will be awarded a private pilots license, applicable for non-commercial flights only.

Although the training standards were loosened, the tuition is still very expensive for all but the affluent and wealthy. Learning to fly a single-engine light aircraft as an example, is likely to cost at least 150,000 RMB in tuition fees to a maximum of 338,000 RMB according to the training school attended…
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