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These FAQs provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions how to become a pilot.
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Yes, all training is approved under EASA regulations
We provide our flying lessons modular which is considerably cheaper than integrated. Also all of our professional pilot training is VAT free. This can save up to 30% on the total training price.
Most of the instruction is given by active Airline Pilots and Militairy Pilots. All of them speak professional English. This is a mandatory requirement in professional aviation.
After completed flight training successfully you will be awarded with an EASA CPL(A) license with ME/IR. In combination with a MCC it’s called a frozen ATPL.
Yes, it’s possible provided that it’s an EASA member sate.
Our fleet used for flying lessons consists of a Cessna 150, Cessna 152, Cessna 172, Tecnam P2002JF and the state of the art Tecnam P2006T with a glass cockpit.
Unfortunately not, the pilot training programs we offer are fully self funded.
No, we don’t provide any financing options.
Our pilot training programs usually take around 18 to 24 months to complete from zero to frozen ATPL.
Yes, provided that you have flown a minimum of 100 hours as a Pilot in Command. You will also need to be in the possession of a valid EASA class 1 medical and have completed all 14 ATPL theory exams under one of the EASA states.