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Frequently Asked Questions. These FAQs provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the professional pilot training. For additional information, please visit the Info Guide page. If you don’t find an answer to your question here, feel free to contact us.

Yes, all training is performed under the EASA regulations
In Poland no VAT is payd for professional flight training. This can save 20% on the total training price. Costs from the government such as exam fees, medicals and take-off and landing fees are also a fraction of what they cost in other Western European countries and UK.
Most of the instruction is given by active Militairy Pilots and Airline Pilots and all of them speak very good English as this is a mandatory requirement in professional aviation.
After completion of the professional training part which consists of the MEP(L)-ME/IR-CPL, you will end up with an EASA state CPL(A) license with ATPL theory credits which is equivalent to the frozen ATPL(A) license.
Yes, it’s possible to perform the skill test under any EASA state member.
The fleet used for flight training consists of Cessna 150, Cessna 152, Cessna 172, Pipistrel Virus, Tecnam P2002JF and the state of the art Tecnam P2006T.
Unfortunately not, the pilot programs we offer are fully self funded.
Unfortunately not, we don’t offer any financing options.
We aim to finish our students withing 12 weeks, nevertheless it cannot be guaranteed. Our current average is around 8 weeks in the winter and 6 weeks in the summer.
If studied fulltime it’s possible to finish the training within 14 months
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