Rules and Regulations


  • All students to behave in orderly fashion.
  • No cellular telephones will be allowed during lectures.
  • No eating, drinking, smoking or other refreshments will be allowed during lectures.
  • No firearms or self-defense weapons of any kind will be allowed on any of the premises used for lectures.
  • All students will treat each other , as well as the facilitators and office staff with respect.
  • All students must wear proper non-revealing clothes or uniform as instructed by Future Flyers or instructors employed by Future Flyers.
  • Students are responsible for their own lunch or refreshments during lunch break.
  • Late arrival at class will not be tolerated

Class times frames and absenteeism

  • Classes will be from Monday to Friday 09h00 to 15h00
  • Due to availability of premises or training equipment, such as aircraft etc., some lectures may be over a weekend or after hours. Students will be notified in advance of such arrangements.
  • Should a student be absent for more than one day, the student might be requested to re-do the whole module.
  • Should a student be absent for one day or less, it will be the student’s own responsibility to familiarize themselves with the days work.
  • 100% attendance is required to complete AVMED.
  • Should a student be absent during practical exercises the student must complete that specific criteria with a next group and will not be allowed to write the CAA license.

Exams and pass marks

  • All subjects must be passed with the expected criteria in order to be successful.
  • A class test can be expected at anytime during the course on discretion of the instructor to evaluate a student’s progress.
  • A written exam must be passed after every module with 90%.
  • A departmental examiner / instructor will evaluate all practical exams.
  • On successful completion of the Future Flyers Course, all students will be subjected a written exam at the Civil Aviation Authority of South Africa to obtain their licenses.
  • Should a student fail the CAA exam above 68 % the student will pay for the re-write
  • Should the failure at CAA be with less than 68% the student will not be allowed to re-write within 6 months

Course Fees, re-writes and redo

  • Course fees must be paid in full before licensing will be allowed.
  • Should a student need to re-write or redo any module, fees must be paid before the test, lecture or exam will take place.
  • The course fees will cover all expenses and no extra payments should be made to any other person or individual other than the academy.
  • Should a student be unable to complete the training program, a cancellation fee of 20% is payable to Future Flyers. Further deductions will be made for criteria covered and already paid for by Future Flyers e.g. medicals etc.
  • Should a student fail to complete any module the student must rejoin the next group and the prescribed fee must be paid prior to commencement of such subject.
  • Students will be financially liable for modules that they could not complete in the course they have registered for. This redo module must be completed during a next course as and when Future Flyers can accommodate them. It is totally up to the management’s discretion to decide the merits of the scenario.


  • All forms and correspondence must be signed by the student and if applicable by the parent or guardian.
  • All forms, correspondence, course material and information are confidential to the students.
  • Future Flyers Training Academy functions independently.
  • All correspondence will be between Future Flyers and its Director and students.
  • No correspondence will be entered into with any other party.
  • All correspondence with regards to the course will only be allowed during working hours.

Course material

  • Students will be allowed to keep the course material as their property, given by Future Flyers.
  • Students will not be allowed to remove any items from the premises without consent from the instructor.

Failure to comply with the rules and regulations


Students will be asked to leave the course immediately for the following reasons:

  • Committing any criminal offense for the duration of the course.
  • Students failing a repeat module for the second time.
  • Theft of company property.

In the unlikely event of a student being asked to leave the course or a student leaving the program voluntarily after such an incident, all fees are non-refundable.

Future Flyers will not be held responsible for any injuries, death, loss of personal property or income or the inability to secure employment at any airline. 

Future Flyers is a cabin crew academy authorised by the Civil Aviation Authority of South Africa. Future Flyers is NOT A PLACEMENT AGENCY and therefore does NOT GUARANTEE any student employment as a cabin crew member at any airline.

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