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Pilot Training

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

Pilot training is a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding process of becoming a successful pilot. The aviation industry continues to grow rapidly, meaning there is a large demand for pilots with this extensive training. Those who have completed pilot training and have acquired a license will have a variety of jobs to choose from.

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Course - Qualification for Instrument Flying

FLY FOR FUN S.R.O.
Campus Part time 105 hours September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

IR qualification authorizes the pilot for instrument flying. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Qualification for instrument flying IR qualification authorizes the pilot for instrument flying. Student requirements: Applicant for IR(A) must have PPL(A), including qualification for night flights or CPL(A) and must have at least 50 hours of flight time experience with navigation flights as a head pilot in an aircraft or a chopper, but at least 10 of these hours must be done with an aircraft. Student must be a holder of at least certificate of health eligibility II. class, extended by examination by JAR-FCL 3.355(b).Age of at least 18 yearsValid card of radiotelephonist. Course process Theoretical part To start the practical part it is required to absolve the theoretical part IR(A)/ATPL (A) in approved FTO. Student must show certificate that he absolved theoretical course IR (A)/ATPL (A). Language requirements Applicant for IR(A) must have sufficient knowledge of Czech language and must show an ability of using english language as states Appendix 1 k JAR-FCL 1.200 by passing a specific exam of using english langauge at ÚCL. Counting previous experience: Holder of qualification CPL(A) or absolvent of module – basics of instrument flying may have reduced the overall amount of training by 10 hours. Table summarizing the flight time training to acquire SEP / IR (A) Number of hours of ground training 2°00´ The number of flight hours FNTP II 30°00´ Number of hours of flight - airplane 20°00´ Total number of flight hours 50°00´ Table summarizing the flight time training to acquire MEP/IR (A) Number of hours of ground training 2°00´ The number of flight hours FNTP II 35°00´ Number of hours of flight - airplane 15°00´ Total number of flight hours 50°00´ Table summarizing the flight time for an abbreviated course MEP/IR(A) for the holder of IR(A) Number of hours of ground training 2°00´ The number of flight hours FNTP II 3°00´ Number of hours of flight - airplane 2°00´ Total number of flight hours 5°00´ How to order IR qualification? IR qualification can be reserved using an online form or by a phone on number: (+420) 724 327 922 [-]

Course - ATP Airline Transport Pilot

Stockholm Flight Academy
Campus 15 months September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

This program is tailormade for the motivated and self-disciplined future pilots. In the end of this course you will be ready to step in a JET AIRLINER as B737NG/A320 [+]

Welcome To the beginning of your journey... Stockholm Flight Academy started as a project 2013 by a dedicated team of aviation professionals such as Airline Pilots, Instructors and other essential personnel. Since then the academy has grown into a fully functional EASA Approved Training Organization. We have a large variety of different experiences and that, we believe, is the key to a successful organization. SFA is today mainly based at Stockholm Västerås Airport. Other training centers include Stockholm Arlanda Airport. We’re pleased to offer high standard student accommodation in connection to the training center. We can offer shared accommodation to fully furnished one-bedroom apartments. All-inclusive is a common term in our organization. One of our key principles is to assist the student with all the necessary arrangements outside the training itself. Why? So the student can focus on what really matters: the flight training. Contact us and we’d be happy to tell you more about our academy and why we should be your first choice. AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT From zero to frozen ATPL license. This is a fulltime program that takes you from 0 flight hours until you receive your own frozen ATPL, which is what you need to fly for an airline. Our program also includes Jet Orientation Course (JOC), Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) and Airline Prep Course (APC). After completion of the program, you are then eligible to apply for a position at an airline. Pre-Entry Requirements: Medical Class 1 English level B Mathematics level B Physics level B SFA Pilot Assessment SFA Pilot Assessment is our main tool in the admission process. It is comprised of several tests including, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Physics, English and Aptitude. This assessment is a product developed by aviation experts, psychologists and behavioral scientists. The Assessment takes one day to complete and starts with theoretical exams and finishes with an Aptitude test. The results will be given on the same day. Once you have applied for a training slot at our academy, we will give you the necessary information required to prepare for our Pilot Assessment. An important note regarding our assessment is unlike other tools ours is not based on a “pass/no-pass” test result. The feedback will be thorough. Should you lack the Pre-Entry requirements, we will offer you the training required to reach our satisfactory standard. ATP-Program This program will take you from zero hours (no previous experience) to a fully trained and licensed commercial pilot, including multi-crew training. The course will take approximately 19 months. Private Pilot License (PPL) This is the first step in your professional pilot career. This is where you learn the basics of how to fly an aircraft. The first aircraft you will fly will be a single-engine piston aircraft. Flight training: 45 hours Theoretical training: 120 hours Course duration: 5 months Pilot In Command Training (PIC) During this phase, you will mature as a Pilot and keep building your flight experience. You’re allowed to bring family/friends or fellow classmates during this training. Flight training: 90 hours Course duration: 3 months Airline Transport Pilot Theory (ATPL) This is a very intensive part of your training. You will cover 14 subjects in 8 months and it is all theory. All the instructors are highly experienced and will give you the right tools you need for your airline career. Theory training: 710 hours Course duration: 8 months Multi-Engine and Instrument Rating (CPL ME/IR) This is the last step towards your Commercial Pilot License. We will train in real life scenarios including bad weather, aircraft failures and international route flying. The training is performed on Single-Engine aircraft and the top modern Diamond DA42. Flight training: 78 hours Theory training: 50 hours Course duration: 4 months Contact us: info@stoflight.com for consultation and more detailed information about this program. [-]

FAA From 0 to 1.500 hours flight training with employment opportunity.

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus 14 months Open Enrollment USA Miami

Preparing new pilots for the airlines is Flying Academy's area of expertise. It takes a great level of dedication and passion for flying to be able to share an impressive amount of knowledge in a short time and in addition, to develop the skills of the pilot to be able to cope with any situation which might arise during his or her career. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. From Zero to 1.500 hours This program is addressed EXCLUSIVELY to US work permit holders. If you do not have a US work permit, please check our extensive course offer for international students.This course is designed for future pilots with no current flight experience, who will start the training from PPL(A) to CPL(A) and add the IR(A), MEP and Flight Instructor ratings and additionally 1300 hours of experience within 2 years of working as a Flight Instructor (Pilot in Command time) at Flying Academy, reaching 1500 hours total time, that is not only a crucial milestone for all airlines, but also a turning point for each pilot’s personal flight experience. Course entry requirements Minimum age of 18 years First class medical certificate Ownership of work permission for EU and/or USA No flight experience Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics English language knowledge - ATO oral and written test Good communication skills and ability to teach others United States citizenship or working permit for US Conflict-free person, with positive attitude for work Training results corresponding to the future employment License privileges & Flight Instructor in Flying Academy Take advantage and go for a unique offer in United States - start your training for a professional pilot and get your first employment straight upon completion of your training! From Zero to 1.500 hours course offers you the best opportunity to start your professional pilot career with 1500 flight hours in your logbook: 200 hours during the zero to Commercial Pilot training program (100 hours as Pilot in Command and 100 hours as Dual received) 1.300 hours during the first 2 years of working as a Flight Instructor in Flying Academy (Pilot in Command time) Please note that a Flight Instructor position in Flying Academy is not guaranteed and is 100% dependent on the trainee's performance during the training period but also about how he/she will develop teaching skills. Periodic assessment on the pilot's performance is done during the entire training period, making sure that all necessary steps and actions have been performed for the trainee to be able to become a Flight Instructor for Flying Academy. Please note that for this course you need to be owner of work permit for EU and/or USA. Duration The minimum time needed for completion of Zero to 1.500 hours training program is about 16 months after which additional 24 months of contract from the moment of obtaining the Flight Instructor license. Learning objectives Ground Training – during the Zero to 1.500 hours, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A), CPL (for FAA training applicants) & CFI(A). Flight training – the flight training will start with the PPL(A) and Night Rating (for EASA applicants), continues with IR(A), MEP(A), CPL(A) and finally CFI(A). Ground Training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, power-plant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications For the FI rating, the trainee will undergo dedicated preparation to meet the standards of quality of Flying Academy for Certified Flight Instructors. Flight Training At the end of the training + 2 years of employment, the trainee will have a minimum of 1500 total flight hours (including PPL(A) time): 1.400 hours as Pilot in Command 100 hours of Dual hours (training received) Examination - Theoretical The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the FAA approved office in the form of written tests. For ATPL(A) - An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of ATPL(A) in accordance with EASA requirements of Part-FCL. Examination – Practical The practical skill exams in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests. For the 0-1500 hours there are 6 practical examinations: PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A) & MEP(A) IR, CPL(A) and CFI(A) The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by FAA Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. Training fees are covering the following items and services: All training manuals Access to the Learning Management System and EASA question bank Instructor time for ground school & practical training Plane rental, including fuel *All training fees are bound to the actual exchange rates of the local currency of the Flying Academy base where the training or a part of the training is provided. [-]

EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Pilot Training

Naples Air Center
Campus September 2017 USA Naples

EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Pilot Training is the standard for any person wanting to fly in Europe. NAC’s facility offers Approved EASA Pilot Training in the USA, with our UK training partners, by highly experienced EASA Flight and Ground Instructors... [+]

EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Pilot Training is the standard for any person wanting to fly in Europe. NAC’s facility offers Approved EASA Pilot Training in the USA, with our UK training partners, by highly experienced EASA Flight and Ground Instructors. Pilots will train for European licences and ratings with no conversion required upon return to any EU-FCL regulated country. In conjunction with our training partner, NAC’s facility will offer a full range of flight and ground courses for every type of EASA training possible. At Naples Air Center you can get your European EASA-JAA Licenses for a fraction of what you pay in Europe, and in the beautiful Florida environment! At the completion of this course you will hold: - FAA Private Pilots Licence - FAA Instrument Rating - EASA (formerly JAA) Commercial Pilots Licence - EASA (formerly JAA) Instrument Rating - EASA (formerly JAA) Multi Engine Rating - EASA (formerly JAA) Frozen Airline Transport Pilots Licence Naples Air Center (NAC) is the premier Flight School in Florida offering professional and private/ recreational flight training under EASA (formerly JAA) and FAA licensing authorities. From April 2012, European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Pilot Training is the newly implemented standard replacing JAA for any pilot aiming to fly in Europe. NAC offers Approved EASA Pilot Training in the USA by EASA licensed and approved highly experienced Flight and Ground Instructors. In addition, NAC also offers FAA training under FAR Part 141 training and FAR Part 61 training programmes. Whether you are fulfilling your dream to become a pilot professionally or privately, we will assist you in achieving your goal. Aircraft NAC owns 24 of the 27 aircraft that are used for Flight Training. There is nothing more important than owning our aircraft as we are interested in their maintenance. Owning our aircraft also offers students the confidence in the economic position of the Company. NAC offers training in various aircraft from original “6 pack” to “glass” and LOFT (Line orientated Flight Training). This training is imperative as it opens your employment prospects on all aircraft. Our fleet of aircraft have an excellent track record in safety and reliability. Their design combines stability and agility, which are the optimum requirements in the training world. Service Centers NAC is allocated by some of the big names in aircraft manufacturing as area maintenance representatives to complete their warranty work on new planes. Our maintenance is of the highest standards allowing us to hold the representations on behalf of Piper and Cirrus for more than 10 years, just to name a few. NAC knows safety is the cornerstone of all operations and these Companies recognize that. Our maintenance facility has been an approved FAR §145 repair station for more than three decades; this holds our facility to higher standards than normal service stations. This means that we are inspected more to guarantee this higher level of certification; our Maintenance crew maintains this standard with ease through their expertise. Successful Graduates Our graduates speak for themselves as they successfully reach their goal of working for an Airline. We can put you in touch with already successful candidates to get real life experience. Results You’re only as good as the pilots we train so we measure ourselves by your success. And with a 96% first first-time pass rate, our graduates are among some of the highest achievers in the industry. Our figures speak for themselves Class Sizes It is the many small differences in how we do things that add up to a big difference in our results. One of these features is our belief in training smaller groups, this enables us to offer a much more personalised and beneficial approach for each individual. Also, NAC utilises a synchronous training approach. In other words, when you are learning the theory at the initial stage, you will also be developing your flying skills in tandem. We firmly believe this approach helps our students understand the theory as they are practicing what they are learning. Our People NAC provides world class training and instruction to all of its students. We are dedicated to setting the best values and practices that airlines value most in professional pilots. NAC employs permanent full-time instructors who include both lifelong professional instructors, as well as retired commercial and corporate jet pilots. We are proud to offer a brand new Redbird FMX certified simulator,! New Technologically advanced EASA ATPL Theory Learning We use the next generation of mobile learning and is the first ever app to offer a complete and fully approved EASA ATPL course which integrates into your digital flight bag. [-]

License Conversion Pilot Program

Global Atlantis Aviation
Campus September 2017 USA Pembroke Pines

Global Atlantis conversion pilot program is designed for students who want to validate their foreign license into FAA Commercial and get ready to start teaching how to fly with Certified Flight Instructor ratings. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Global Atlantis conversion pilot program is designed for students who want to validate their foreign license into FAA Commercial and get ready to start teaching how to fly with Certified Flight Instructor ratings. Flight Training Certificates Private Pilot Certificate (PPL) Instrument Rating (IR) Commercial Pilot Certificate with Single Engine (CPL SEL) Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine (CPL MEL) Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFII) Multi Engine Instructor (MEI) Intensive Aviation English Lessons (2 months) 5 days a week/3 hours per day Training Aircraft Cessna 172 R/S Piper Arrow PA 28R Piper Seneca PA 34 Tuition $28,530 Payment Plan 25% - on Start Date and 75% - divided in 6 months Timeline: First 90 days - PPL/IR/CPL SEL & MEL combined with Intensive English Lessons At 5 months - CFI Upon CFI Rating completion Practical Training will begin At 9 months - CFII At 14 months MEL Visa With Job Opportunity Foreign Students I-20 Preparation $1,000 Professional Pilot Course Details Private Pilot Certificate Private Pilot Foreign License Validation Included Instrument Training Cessna 172 15 Hrs Dual Instruction 15 Hrs Ground instruction 5 Hrs FAA Practical exam 1.5 Hrs Materials and supplies Included Commercial Single Engine Training Ground Instruction 5 Hrs Complex PA 28R 200 8 Hrs Dual Instruction 8 Hrs FAA Practical exam 1.5 Hrs Materials and supplies Included Commercial Multi Engine Training Ground Instruction 5 Hrs Multi Engine PA 34 200 6 Hrs Dual Instruction 6 Hrs FAA Practical exam 1.5 Hrs Materials and supplies Included CFI-INITIAL Ground Instruction 40 Hrs Dual Instruction 10 Hrs Complex PA 28R 200 10 Hrs FAA Practical exam 2 Hrs Materials and supplies Included CFI-INSTRUMENT Ground Instruction Included Dual Instruction 10 Hrs Cessna 172R 10 Hrs FAA Practical exam 2 Hrs Materials and supplies Included MEI Ground Instruction Included Dual Instruction 10 Hrs Multi Engine PA 34 10 Hrs FAA Practical exam 2 Hrs Materials and supplies Included Accommodation and transportation for the training course length Global Atlantis Service offers great student housing with excellent amenities, service, and price for Florida. Private room $28 per day Shared room $20 per day Executive private room and private bathroom $34 per day [-]

Aircraft and Helicopter Private Pilot License PPL (A) (H)

Pilot training center/ Pilotų Mokykla
Campus September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

The aim of the Private Pilot PPL(A) course is to train the student pilot to fly safely and efficiently under Visual Flight Rules. [+]

PPL (A) - Private pilot licence DESCRIPTION The aim of the Private Pilot PPL(A) course is to train the student pilot to fly safely and efficiently under Visual Flight Rules. To students who have successfully passed theory exams and skill test Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) provides private pilot licence. The holder of PPL licence becomes entitled to fly as pilot-in-command or co-pilot in aircrafts, which are recorded in a pilot licence. SUBJECTS Air Law and Operational Procedures Aircraft General Knowledge Navigation Aircraft Flight Manual Communication Principles of Flight Meteorology Flight Performance and Planning Human Performance and Limitations REQUIREMENTS Minimum age: An applicant for a PPL(A) shall be at least 17 years of age Medical fitness: An applicant for a PPL(A) shall hold a valid Class 1 or Class 2 medical certificate. PRIVATE PILOT LICENCE – PPL: TIME / HOURS Flights with Cessna 150/152 (41 hours) 41 Flights with simulator (4 hours) 4 Private pilot theory * 100 Learning material (Oxford books) Flight exam with CAA inspector 1:30 TOTAL Flights – 46:30 Theory - 100 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION * classroom preparation included * Online tests Flying in winter conditions + 10% Course available in English or Russian [-]

Private Pilot License (P.P.L.)

Cretan Eagle Aviation
Campus or Online 45 - 100 hours September 2017 Greece Crete

Included are 45 hours minimum of flight training. You also need to pass 9 written exams, and a flight skill test at the end of the course. It can be completed in 3 months minimum provided that you pass the theory exams at first try, but it can also be done at your own pace. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. The P.P.L. course is designed to teach you how to pilot a Single Engine piston (SEP) airplane during the day using visual navigation (VFR). Included are 45 hours minimum of flight training. You also need to pass 9 written exams, and a flight skill test at the end of the course. It can be completed in 3 months minimum provided that you pass the theory exams at first try, but it can also be done at your own pace. Knowledge of the English language is required. English language classes can be arranged at an additional cost prior or during the course depending on each Student's needs. The PPL Training Course includes: • 45 flight hours • 100+ hours Ground School (80 hours minimum) • Trevor Thom P.P.L. Books and Training Materials (logbook, charts and ruler) • Aircraft Manual • Airport fees Entry Requirements • Be at least 16 years of age • Sufficient knowledge of the English Language • Class 2 EASA Medical Certificate The Ground School The P.P.L. Ground School course includes 9 subjects: • Air Law • Aircraft General Knowledge • Flight Performance & Planning • Human Performance & Limitations • Meteorology • Navigation • Operational Procedures • Principles of Flight • Communications The duration of the Ground School course is 100 hours minimum and can be done at any time during the year or concurrent with the flight lessons. There is no extra charge for any additional hours of Ground School, if needed. The Flight Training The flight training course consists of 45 hours minimum flown on single engine piston aircraft (SEP), including 10 hours Solo as pilot in command (PIC) and 35 hrs dual (with an Instructor). The flight training can be done concurrent with the Ground School course. If additional flight hours are needed, the cost is 170.00 euro per hour. [-]

Commercial Pilot License

Calgary Flight Training Centre
Campus Part time September 2017 Canada Calgary

The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. [+]

The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. Description The commercial pilot license is divided into a ground school and a flight component. The ground school is comprised of 80 hours training and is designed to prepare you to write your written exam. To be licensed as a commercial pilot you will need a total of 200 hours flight time. While completing commercial training you will obtain a night rating as well as multi-engine instrument rating. Some hours will be done with and instructor but many will also be time-building hours while you build valuable experience. Alberta residents are also eligible for student loans. Prerequisites Hold a valid private pilot license Must be 18 years of age to be licensed however training can begin at an earlier age Category 1 Medical Course Requirements (Based on minimum Transport Canada requirements) Minimum 200 hours total flight time of which 100 hours shall be "pilot-in-command" (PIC), 20 hours shall be cross country, and 25 hours shall be instrument time (This includes all previously acquired hours) 45 hours dual instruction including: 5 hours night including 2 hours night cross country 5 hours cross country 20 hours instrument 30 hours solo including: 25 hours improving general flying skills 5 hours night 10 hours ground school Passing grade on Transport Canada written exam and flight test Length of Course The commercial pilot course can take anywhere between 6-12 months to complete depending on whether the student is full-time or part-time Privileges and Limitations The holder of a Commercial Pilot License may operate any Canadian registered single engine non-high performance aircraft for hire in VFR conditions Fly VFR "over-the-top" Fly at night [-]

Fast Track Pilot Training (18 Months)

Andorra Aviation Academy
Campus 18 months February 2017 Andorra Andorra La Vella

This programme is designed to meet the requirements for a flight crew position with European Airline and to work as a pilot on American registered aircraft. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Presentation This programme is designed to meet the requirements for a flight crew position with European Airline and to work as a pilot on American registered aircraft. Upon graduation, you will be qualified with at least: EASA CPL commercial pilot’s license and Instrument Rating EASA ATPL theory EASA MCC Airbus A320 (Multi Crew Cooperation) course FCL 1.055 English Proficiency test FAA commercial and instrument rating qualifications. The program can be completed in 18 months. It offers flexibility during training by allowing students who already hold an EASA PPL to join the program and receive a discount. Fast track Pilot Program Visa type required for (USA/Europe) M1/Shengen EASA ATPL (University of Andorra) FAA / PPL (Florida, USA) FAA instrument Rating (Florida, USA) FAA commercial licence (Florida, USA) EASA CPL licence EASA Instrument rating (Europe) Language Proficiency Check (University of Andorra) EASA MCC A320 (Airbus Training Center Toulouse, France) Accommodation (Andorra) Accommodation (Florida, Europe) Flights to the USA Transport during EASA conversion and MCC FAA/EASA licences examination fees [-]

Career Direct Program

San Diego Flight Training International
Campus 29 weeks September 2017 USA San Diego

While you can always train one-on-one with our pool of staff instructors, you might enjoy the advantages of the SDFTI Airline Direct Academy Career Direct Program which offers a complete primary aviation education in approximately just 29 weeks. [+]

While you can always train one-on-one with our pool of staff instructors, you might enjoy the advantages of the SDFTI Airline Direct Academy Career Direct Program which offers a complete primary aviation education in approximately just 29 weeks. Classes are forming now. Class sizes are limited to 10 students. With the Career Direct Program you can earn a Private Pilot Certificate (License), Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Certificate, and Multiengine Rating in approximately 29 weeks. This course includes the following hours of instruction: Directed Ground Study [ 112 Hours] Pre/Post Flight - Ground Instruction [ 90 Hours ] Knowledge Test Preparation Ground Instruction [ 48 Hours ] Dual Cessna 172 Flight Time [ 77.5 Hours ] Dual Piper Arrow Flight Time [10 Hours] Dual Twin Engine Flight Time [15 Hours] Solo Cessna 172 Flight Time [ 80 Hours ] Solo Piper Arrow Flight Time [ 5 Hours ] Dual Advanced Flight Training Device (Simulator) [ 22.5 Hours ] Private, Instrument, G1000, and Commercial Pilot Training Kits Private, Instrument and Commercial Knowledge Test Examinations Private, Instrument, Commercial and Multiengine Practical Examinations Total Ground Instruction: 250 Hours Total Flight Instruction: 210 Hours Note: The listed hours of ground and flight instruction meet or exceed FAA regulations. It must be understood that all students do not learn at the same pace, therefore it is possible that some students may exceed the listed hours in order to complete their aviation objective. International students are welcome. Other course costs NOT included: Housing (We are happy to help you locate accommodations.) Academy Student Uniforms [-]

Private Pilot Certification

Institute of Aviation at Parkland College
Campus 2 years February 2017 USA Champaign

Associate degree students will sequentially earn the private pilot certificate, instrument rating, commercial pilot certificate, and multiengine rating during the program. There is also the opportunity to earn flight instructor certificates for airplane, instrument, and multiengine. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Overview The Institute of Aviation at Parkland College maintains a high level of quality in order to ensure the best outcomes for students. Located in Champaign, Illinois and with the help of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Frasca International, the Institute of Aviation at Parkland College is a leading collegiate flight school in Illinois and the only higher education institution in central Illinois with an aviation program. Located at Willard Airport, approximately eight miles from Parkland College’s main campus, the Institute of Aviation facility houses classrooms, student offices, various flight simulators, and air fleet. The fleet consists of 17 single engine Piper archers, seven Piper Arrows, three multi-engine Piper Seminoles and two Cessna 152s. Career Outlook With the impending influx of pilot retirements coupled with global growth in the aviation industry, there is a shortage of qualified pilots in the U.S. and internationally. In fact, according to Aviation Week, more than 20,000 pilot jobs are expected to open within the next seven years and these are conservative estimates. These jobs needs to be filled in order to ensure that smaller regional airlines can continue to offer service. It is argued that now maybe the best time to pursue and obtain your pilot education and flight training. Parkland’s Aviation Program The Institute of Aviation at Parkland offers an associate’s degree in aviation as well as opportunities for certification as a private pilot, instrument-rated pilot, commercial pilot, multiengine-rated pilot, and flight instructor. The associate’s degree prepares students to transfer to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor’s degree. Associate degree students will sequentially earn the private pilot certificate, instrument rating, commercial pilot certificate, and multiengine rating during the program. There is also the opportunity to earn flight instructor certificates for airplane, instrument, and multiengine. Graduates may enter the workforce upon graduation in jobs such as aerial photography and flight instruction. After completing FAA flight time requirements, graduates will be qualified to become airline pilots. Program Structure For most aviation courses, students meet for approximately two hours a week in a classroom where they will learn about aircraft systems, rules and regulations, and aviation fundamentals. Students also meet at Willard Airport for three 2-hour flight periods a week where they receive hands-on experience flying an aircraft to learn flight maneuvers, takeoffs and landings, and cross-country flight. Aviation courses are offered Fall, Spring and Summer semesters accordingly. Program Entry Requirements TSA requirements for all non- U.S. citizens The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires non-citizens to participate in the Alien Flight Student Program (AFSP). Visit the TSA website for more information. Non-native speakers of English All students who are non-native speakers of English must establish English language proficiency through TOEFL (iBt) scores: overall 85 or higher with minimum 22 listening and minimum 26 speaking. No alternative means of assessment is accepted. TOEFL scores must not be more than two years old from start of program. 
Medical Exam Before enrolling and flying an aircraft, students will need to obtain an aviation medical certificate from an FAA-certified aviation medical examiner (AME). There are three classes of aviation medical certificates: Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3. Class 1 is the most restrictive; Class 3 is the least restrictive. Aviation medical examinations are conducted by FAA-approved physicians. Parkland College requires that prospective students, at minimum, pass a Class 3 physical examination prior to enrolling for their first course. Any class of medical certificate with a student pilot certificate is acceptable. Academic Assessment To take courses at Parkland College, you will need to place into college level reading, writing, and math.
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Integrated ATPL Program – Brussels

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy
Campus 20 months August 2017 Belgium Brussels

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Brussels is a JAA-approved Flight Training Organization (FTO) with more than 50 years of experience in professional pilot training. [+]

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Brussels is a JAA-approved Flight Training Organization (FTO) with more than 50 years of experience in professional pilot training. CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Brussels offers an integrated Airline Transportation Pilot Course (ATP), which takes approximately 20 months to complete. Ground training is conducted at Brussels Airport, Belgium for approximately 9 months, followed by flight training at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Phoenix in Mesa, Arizona, USA for approximately 9 months. The last part is performed at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy in Oxford (or another suitable European training location) for a period of 2 months Course Outline Our integrated ATPL training program consists of 4 phases: - Phase I - Theoretical training - Brussels - 9 months. - Phase II - Flight training USA - 9 months. - Phase III - JAA flight training Oxford (or another suitable European training location) - 1 month. - Phase IV - MCC training Oxford – 1 month. Application Process All applicants who meet the minimum entry criteria will be invited to attend our one-day Skills Assessment process. You must successfully complete our Skills Assessment to enrol on our Integrated ATPL Courses. Our Skills Assessment ensures we identify those individuals most likely to succeed in airline pilot training and then into a professional flying career. [-]

Commercial Pilot Licence + Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating

International Aviation Academy of Australia
Campus 78 weeks January 2017 Australia Perth

Licence to fly Australian registered Single & Multi engine aircraft in Commercial Operations under IFR. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Course Brief: Licence to fly Australian registered Single & Multi engine aircraft in Commercial Operations under IFR. Course Duration: 78 weeks. Average Flight Hours: 180 flight + 20 simulator. Package Cost: $80,000.00 AUD (credits & remedial training may apply) Course includes: Flight Content – 180 flight hours with Single Engine (155 hours), Multi Engine (25 hours) + 20 hours Multi Engine Simulator, 10 hours of night flight pre-flight and post flight briefings. Theory & Examinations – Commercial & IFR Theory, CPL & IFR Flight Test fees – initial attempt only. Variations – Credits & Remedial requirements may vary the cost and course duration. Please refer to your initial enrolment agreement and course monthly student reports. International students must be 18 or older to enrol. [-]

Integrated ATPL with Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC)

Skies Aviation Academy
Campus 12 - 14 months September 2017 Greece Thessaloniki

The EASA Integrated ATPL course is designed for students from zero flying experience up to a frozen ATPL in approximately 12 to 14 months, by finishing this program you will be eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline. [+]

The EASA Integrated ATPL course is designed for students from zero flying experience up to a frozen ATPL in approximately 12 to 14 months, by finishing this program you will be eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline. After graduation the student will have an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) with Multi-Engine (ME), Instrument Rating (IR) and Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) Course with 198.5 flying hours and 800 theory hours. Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) is a professional pilot licence and is most preferable by the airlines. ​Entry Requirements: Minimum age of 17 years old High School Degree or Equivalent Aviation English Language Proficiency ​(ELP) ​Ability to pass Aviation Medical Class 1 Exams Course Includes Approach and Landing Fees All taxes Uniform HCAA Fees (Theory exams, first attempt) Skill Test (aircraft rental) Additional Information Upon request Skies Aviation Academy will guide you to obtain a UK EASA Professional Licence! [-]

FAA Commercial Pilot Training

Epic Flight Academy
Campus 6 - 8 months September 2017 USA New Smyrna Beach

Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Pilot Training 2017. Epic’s Professional Pilot program is the leading part 141 approved accelerated FAA commercial pilot training course. This course is designed to take a student with zero flight training experience to the Multi Engine Commercial Pilot level in as little as 6 – 8 months. The focus of this commercial pilot training course is for the student to first receive a strong foundation in general aviation knowledge. Once proficient in the basics a strategic, full immersion program is launched for the student’s particular learning style. The next step is for students to develop their actual flight skills and practice essential safety procedures using real-time simulation in our Frasca Tru Flite and Mentor level 5 field training devices. This combined scenario based training with computer based training allows the student the comfort of learning and making mistakes on the ground. This boosts confidence that they know and can successfully perform procedures and maneuvers before beginning actual flights in the aircraft, saving both time and money during commercial pilot training. Our Professional Pilot program mimics that of major airline training, preparing you for the airline from day one. The WORLD Needs Commercial Pilots Quick The world is going through a massive pilot shortage! Every year Boeing produces statistics concerning the worldwide demand of pilots for the upcoming decades. As you can see, it’s essential that you begin your commercial pilot training now to make sure you take advantage of this incredible demand while it lasts. A bright outlook for the airline industry are purchase orders for more aircraft and the addition of routes. This increase of aircraft and routes means globally airlines are going to need to hire more pilots to not only keep up with the retirement age but the addition of these resources and routes. There is an urgency for flight schools to recruit more student pilots and successfully produce top-quality Commercial Multi-Engine pilots to quickly fill regional airline needs. With pressure to fill open slots, airlines are looking for students that completed their commercial pilot training at a flight school that prepared them for the fast-paced and advanced technical learning environment. This is why Epic has developed our own commercial pilot training programs with the expectations of an airline training program to quickly develop new pilots to professionals. What Type of Commercial Pilot Training Is Recognized by Other Countries? Licenses and certificates issued by the Federal Aviation Authority of the United States is recognized globally by all Civil Aviation Authorities. A particular country might have a slightly higher total logged hour requirement or additional theory but all training validated by the FAA is counted when you co-validate your license(s) in your country. For CAA’s that require additional flight hours or theory we simply add those hours into your course and customize your commercial pilot training. This ensures you return home with everything you need in order to begin applying for your job at an airline. Planning for Commercial Pilot Training Please contact our Admissions Team for more details about our FAA Commercial Pilot training including flexible payment options, discounts, specials, and class seat availability. Classes fill up quickly so don’t delay in submitting your application! International students, keep in mind that it takes 30 to 90 to fully obtain your M-1 visa so you want to get started as soon as possible to book your M-1 visa interview. If becoming a Commercial Pilot has always been your dream we have a program for you and we are the flight academy you have long been looking for to help you achieve your dreams of becoming a professional pilot. [-]