• Minimum age - 18 years
• hold a valid EASA PPL(A) licence
• Part-MED Class 1 or 2 Medical Certificate
• ICAO ELP Level 4 or higher
• ATPL(A) or CPL(A) theory
• 150H Total
Without valid IR(A):
• Must fly 10 extra hours to meet regulatory requirements
MEP (land) Holders:
• Must complete 5H in a multi-engine aircraft
During practical exercises, students face real-life scenarios to gain as much experience as possible.
The Training Management System (TMS) from Airwin provides a clear overview of students' progress and planning.
Students without a valid IR(A) must complete 10 hours of instrument training exercises.
Students must complete 10 hours of dual flight instruction in a regular single-engine piston aircraft with emphasis on adverse weather operations, emergencies and advanced technical flying.
During this phase, students learn to operate aircraft with controllable pitch propellers and retractable landing gear. Further refinement of technical skills and the fundamentals of commercial operation.
Upon completion of the training programme, the training department issues an official recommendation for the practical examination.
The exam lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes and must be done in a complex aircraft.