Upset Prevention Recovery Training (UPRT)

The objective of the course, in compliance with FCL.745.A, is to train the pilot to understand how to deal with the physiological and psychological aspects of the different dynamic situations in airplanes and develop the competence and resistances necessary to be able to apply appropriate recovery techniques during the loss of control.

We have several aircraft authorised to carry out the course as well as highly qualified instructors who come from aerobatic flying and who have even been Spanish champions in this modality.

The UPRT course is mandatory to be able to enter airlines in Europe and to obtain the first professional rating. Flyschool students have the UPRT module included in all professional pilot courses.

This course includes:

  • 5:00 hours of theoretical training and exam
  • 3:00 flight hours in utility category and G meter
  • State Agency for Aviation Safety (AESA) qualified instructor pilot
  • Flight briefing & debriefing
  • Airport fees

Training Modules Advanced UPRT training

1Theoretical phase (5:00 hours + exam)
Basic aerodynamics
Aerodynamics relevant to the aircraft
Possible physiological and psychological effects
Strategies to develop resilience and mitigate the effect of shock
Appropriate procedures and techniques for the recovery of loss of control
2Practical phase (3:00 hours)
Preflight briefings and postflight debriefings
03:00 hours flight Training in Aerobatic aircraft

Entry requirements and upcoming promotions

  • Minimum age of 18 years
  • Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • EASA Flight Licence (CPL recommended)
  • Single-engine piston rating (SEP) in force
  • Check availability
  • Weather-dependent course


The experience of the Spanish aerobatic flight champions at Flyschool Air Academy

UPRT instructor course (FI-UPRT) € 3,600

What are you waiting for to sign up?

Fast, professional and economic course that will allow you to comply with the official requirement of airlines entry. Do no wait any longer and finish your training with the latest 2020 EASA.FCL requirements.

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