Airplane Flight Instructor FI(A)
3 February, 2017

Those pilots with ICAO flight license that wish to obtain a FCL-EASA license in Spain, will be able to benefit from different options and cases as defined in EASA and AESA, legislation. The Head of Training (HT) will evaluate each case individually.

There are different flight hours or credit recognitions taking into account the pilot´s accredited experience. The pilot will be able to maintain the original and EASA licenses in force.

Flyschool has both online and video conference theoretical training to make student´s study easier

Credits:

Pilots with more than 50 IFR PIC hours can perform a couse for IR experience evaluation.
Pilots with a Private License and 100 flight hours can obtain the EASA Private Pilot License very simple and easy.
Pilots with a Commercial Pilot License and more than 500 flight hours can reduce 50% their flight training conversion.
Pilots with an ATPL Licese can have a short conversion process.



This course includes::


  • Online and video conference training platform
  • EASA exam questions bank
  • Own examination room for those students who require it
  • Tutoring or ground school for those students who request it
  • Garmin / Glass Cockpit airplanes and simulators to undergo the training course
  • Documentation management with the aeronautic authority

ICAO TO EASA LICENSE CONVERSION FROM 9,000 €

High demand for commercial pilots in Europe due to generational change

In the next 10 years, over 100,000 technicians will be needed…

Training adapted to pilot experience

1Private Pilot License Airplane PPL(A) (> 100 H)
Those private pilots with ICAO flight license and at least 100 total flight hours can benefit from the process of converting the private pilot license according to the European Union Official Journal issued 25 November 2011 with the following training and checking:

THEORETICAL PHASE::
Registration (documentation management)
Air Law and human factors theory subjects (15 total hours)
Study material
Price: 500 €

FLIGHT PHASE:
EASA flight adaptation theoretical briefing
5 training flight hours
2 skill test flight hours
Examiner fee
Price: 1,500 €

Total course: 2,000 €
(AESA taxes not included)
2Commercial Pilot License CPL(A) (<500 H)
Those commercial pilots with less than 500 total flight hours and at least 50 instrument flight hours as pilot in command (PIC) must take all the training modules but can benefit from the IR qualifications and time building hours.

MODULE 1: Airline transport pilot license (ATPL) ON-LINE option
650 learning hours in English (on-line) / From 3 to 6 months
90 in-class learning hours (preparation to exams)
14 subjects theoretical exam required
CBT teaching material and personalized tutoring
Price: 2.500 € / presential option 4.000 €

MÓDULE 2: Flight hours (PPL EASA obtainment)
EASA flight adaptation theoretical briefing
5 training flight hours
2 skill test flight hours
Examiner fee
Price: 1,500 €

MODULO 3: MODULE 3: Multi-Engine rating (MEP)
10 learning hours / 1 week
6 advanced multiengine flight hours
Price: 3,000 €

MODULO 4: MODULE 4: Instrument rating multi engine associated (IR-CB)
FNPT-II King Air B200 / A320 simulator level test
Price: 1,000 €

MODULE 5: COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE (CPL)
15 advanced single engine flight hours
Price: 4,000 €

SKILL TEST
3:00 advanced multi engine flight hours
Examiner fee
Price: 1,700 €

Course total: 13.700 € AESA (taxes not included)
3Commercial Airline Pilot CPL(A) (>500 H)
Commercial pilots with over 500 total hours and 50 instrument flight hours as pilot in command (PIC) will benefit from a 50% CPL training reduction and IR. …. based in competences and time building hours.

MODULE 1: Airline transport pilot license (ATPL) ON-LINE option
650 ground school hours in English (on-line) / from 3 to 6 months
90 presential ground school hours (exams preparation)
14 subjets theoretical exam required
CBT teaching material y personalized tutoring
Price: 2,500 € / presential option 4,000 €

MÓDULE 2: flight hours (EASA PPL license)
EASA flight familiarization theoretical briefing
5 training hours
2 flight check hours
Examiner fees
Price: 1,500 €

MODULE 3: Multi-engine (MEP) rating
7 ground class hours
6 advanced multi engine flight hours
Price: 3,000

MODULE 4: Multi engine associated type rating (IR-CB)
FNPT-II King Air B200 / A320 simulator level test
Price: 1,000 €

MODULE 5: Commercial pilot license (CPL)
7:30 advanced single engine flight hours
Price: 2,000 €
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SKILL TEST
3:00 advanced multi engine fllight hours
Examiner fees
Price: 1,700 €

Course total: 11,700 €
(AESA taxes not included)
4ATPL(A) Airline Transport Pilot License
Pilots with ATP license will benefit from a reduction in training hours, the minimum required by EASA for license and rating conversion, essential requirement for any type rating endorsement (TR).

MODULE 1: Airline transport pilot license (ATPL) ON-LINE option
400 ground school hours in English (on-line) / from 3 to 6 months
90 presential ground school hours (exams preparation)
14 subjects theoretical exam required
CBT teaching material and personalized tutoring
Price: 2,500 € / on site option 4,000 €

MODULE 2: Multi engine rating (MEP)
5 advanced multi engine flight hours
Price: 2,500 €
MODULE 3: multi engine associated (MEP/IR) instrument rating
5 simulator hours FNPT-II
Price: 1,000 €

MODULE 4: Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
5 advanced single engine flight hours
Price: 1,500 €

SKILL TEST
3:00 advanced multi engine fllight hours
Examiner fees
Price: 1,700 €

Course Total: 9,200 €
(AESA taxes not included)
Other costs to be taken into account:

Theoretical subjects fee ATPL (MOD-791): 76,26 €/subject (9)
Theoretical subject fees must be paid at least 10 days before the exam and handed out at school
Class 1 medical certificate fees: 400,40 € (at CIMA), class 2: 100,00 €.
Medical certificate must be obtained before beginning of the flight phase.
License issuance fees PPL, CPL/Conversion (MOD-791): 49,75 € and 186,58 €
All the documents issued in third countries must be legalized. For more information about legalization of documents, depending on the issuer: Hague Apostille or consular legalization (as the case may be) Instrument flight instructor ratings cannot be validated.

Frequently asked questions

Which aircrafts can I operate with this license?
The airline commercial pilot license CPL(A) and ATPL (Frozen) allows to work as a professional pilot starting as first officer and pilot in command once reached a minimum experience of 1,500 hours..

Where is my title and license recognized?
The pilot may work in all airline companies with a valid operation license (AQC) in any EASA normative country, in any aircraft registered in an EASA country and fly all around the world, while respecting the requirements of international standards OACI.

What are the requirements needed for registration?
General requirements for registration are the following: must be at least 18 years of age, must hold a class 1 (professional) aeronautics medical certificate, must hold the general certificate of Secondary Education (preferably technological), or its equivalent or higher.

Where can i go to obtain the medical certificate?
Hospital de día Pío XII (Dr. Jon Burzaco)
C/ Cuesta del Sagrado Corazón, 4 – Telephone number: + 34 91 353 15 10
Click here to see the list of approved medical consultations

How are the course official exams?
The theoretical exams are multiple choice with an only valid response. In all there are 6 examination dates and 4 per subject. Flight exams will be performed with an official examiner and the student will know in advance items evaluated.

Where do I have to take the theoretical and practical exams?
All official theoretical and flight exams are taken at the school in person. The examination dates will be adjusted as far as possible to the students and exams distribution..

f I choose an online course, will I have the support of a teacher?<
Of course. Students have a permanent guardian and several means of contact such as e mail, facetime or video call, and the possibility to come to school for private tutoring with subject teachers..

How long will it take to complete the course?
It depends on various factor such a the time dedicated to personal study or availability to conduct the student flights, meteorology, etc. As an approximated value, the average duration of the course is from 4 to 12 months.

What are you waiting for to sign up?

If your dream is to work in an EASA country this is your course. With the European license you will be able to work in a long list of airlines like Iberia, Vueling, Air Europa, Air Nostrum, Canary Fly, Plus Ultra, Wamos, Euro Wings, Swiftair, Ryanair, etc.

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