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Flight Instructor

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

Flight instructors teach other aviation candidates how to pilot an aircraft. Instructors are schooled in proper pedagogical skills in order to coach other pilots, using both ground and in-flight training to transmit their knowledge.

Greece, officially the Hellenic Republic, or Hellas as called from ancient times, is a country in Southeast Europe. According to the 2011 census, Greece's population is around 11 million.

Piraeus city is a major port that ranks as the largest passenger port in the continent and the third largest worldwide making it the country’s chief port. It has two major institutions of higher learning that offers a variety of programs.

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ICAO-EASA CPL/IR/MEP Conversion Course

Global Aviation
Campus Full time 10 days September 2017 Greece Piraeus

The aim of the course is to train an ICAO CPL/IR/MEP holder to the level of proficiency necessary to enable him to operate as co-pilot on multi pilot, multi engine airplanes in commercial air transportation, according to the EASA Part-FCL. [+]

Course Studies in Flight Instructor in Piraeus in Greece. The aim of the course is to train an ICAO CPL/IR/MEP holder to the level of proficiency necessary to enable him to operate as co-pilot on multi pilot, multi engine airplanes in commercial air transportation, according to the EASA Part-FCL. Upon successful completion of the course, the pilot will be awarded the EASA Part-FCL CPL/IR/MEP with ATPL Theory Credit. The student has the choice to attend the flight training course on a stand alone basis or the combined course, including the ATPL Theory. Pre-Entry Requirements Valid ICAO CPL/IR/MEP EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate At least 200 hrs total flight time At least 100 hrs as PIC At least one X-country trip 300 NM The Theoretical Training The ATPL theoretical knowledge course comprises of 14 subjects and includes Bristol GS approved inter-active distance learning training, progress tests and sample exams. The minimum duration of the course is 3 months and can commence at any time during the year. The course is designed to be completed via distance learning. The refresh and exam preparation seminars take place in Global Aviation’s Headquarters in Piraeus, Greece. The Flight Training The flight training course comprises a total of 30 hrs and covers the conversion training for the CPL, MEP class rating and IR (SEP and MEP). Of those, 10 hrs are conducted on single engine piston airplanes (SEP), 5 hrs on multi engine piston airplanes (MEP) and 15 hrs on an FNPT II flight simulator. All flight training takes place in Pachi Airport at Megara, Greece (LGMG) and can be completed in 1 to 2 weeks. [-]

CPL/IR/MEP Modular Course

Global Aviation
Campus Full time 1 - 2 months September 2017 Greece Piraeus

The CPL/IR/MEP Modular, also referred to as ATPL Modular, is a combination of flight training courses. The course consists of the following modules: the Night Qualification (NIT), the Single Engine Instrument Rating IR (IR(A)/SP/SE), the Multi Engine Class Rating (MEP), the Multi Engine Instrument Rating IR (IR(A)/SP/ME) and the Commercial Pilot License (CPL(A)). [+]

The CPL/IR/MEP Modular, also referred to as ATPL Modular, is a combination of flight training courses. The course consists of the following modules: the Night Qualification (NIT), the Single Engine Instrument Rating IR (IR(A)/SP/SE), the Multi Engine Class Rating (MEP), the Multi Engine Instrument Rating IR (IR(A)/SP/ME) and the Commercial Pilot License (CPL(A)). The duration of the course can vary from 30 to 60 days depending on the student’s personal schedule. On average most students complete the course in 35 days. Pre-Entry Requirements Photocopy of a Pilot Logbook, Private Pilot License (PPL) and EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate Original EASA ATPL Theoretical Completion Certificate At least 100 hours as Pilot-in-Command, including at least 50 hours cross country as Pilot-in-Command At least one cross country trip 300 NM with two stops at aerodromes different from the base aerodrome. The Flight Training The flight training course comprises of a total of 81 hrs. Of those 30 hrs are conducted on single engine piston airplanes (SEP), 13 hrs on multi engine piston airplanes (MEP) and 38 hrs on an FNPT II flight simulator, including 21 VFR hrs and 60 IFR hrs. The flight training course commences with the Night Qualification (SEP: 5 hrs), followed by the Single Engine Instrument Rating (FNPT II: 35 hrs, SEP: 15 hrs), the Commercial Pilot License (SEP: 10 hrs, MEP: 5 hrs), the Multi Engine Class Rating (MEP: 6 hrs) and is completed with the Multi Engine Instrument Rating (FNPT II: 3 hrs and MEP: 2 hrs). All flight training takes place in Pachi Airport at Megara, Greece (LGMG) and can be tailored to meet the student’s needs. [-]