Flying Academy

0-1500

Students with zero flight experience will begin the course training to obtain their PPL(A). Once you are a Private Pilot, the next step in the course would be to obtain the IR(A) and MEL(A) as you time build up to 250 hours for the CPL(A). With the CPL(A) you will be able to get a pilot job and start making money flying. Also, you will be able to obtain the CFI(A) in order to work as a Flight Instructor at Flying Academy. As a Flight Instructor you will build your hours all the way up to 1500 within 2 years to become an Airline Transport Pilot ATP for the Airlines.

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Flying Academy

Curriculum

Course Entry Requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be Class 2 Medical holder
  • Be proficient in the English language
  • Have sufficient knowledge of Mathematics and Physics
  • United States citizenship or working permit for US

Flying Academy

Training Overview

Ground
Training

During the Zero to 1500 hours, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A), CPL (for FAA training applicants) & CFI(A). For the CFI rating, the trainee will undergo dedicated preparation to meet the standards of quality of Flying Academy for Certified Flight Instructors.

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). 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):

  • 1400 hours as Pilot in Command
  • 100 hours of Dual hours (training received)

Practical
Exams

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:

  • 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.

Theoretical
Exams

The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the FAA approved office in the form of written tests.

Course Fees Cover the Following:

  • Airplane usage, including fuel
  • Flight instructor time for ground & practical training
  • Rental insurance
  • Access to the Learning Management System and FAA question bank

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