By completing the course 0 – ATPL, the client can apply for a job as a transport pilot in commercial airlines. On this basis, your further professional growth will be built, which will already be provided by the air carrier.
It is a basic license necessary to start a career as a transport pilot. It entitles the holder to operate independently a single-engine airplane for which he has the appropriate type training.
PIC CC - Pilot in Command Cross Country
It is a chapter of aviation training focused on navigation flights around the country performed within Slovakia, but also other countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, etc. Navigation flights are mostly planned to controlled areas and to larger domestic or international airports.
Night training according to the rules of flight in visibility is performed exclusively at airports with adequate equipment. This part of the training is essential for all professional pilots.
IR - Instrument Rating
Module designed to train pilots for instrument flights. It is one of the most important and challenging parts in traffic pilot training. This module includes theoretical training, flight simulator training and practical training.
MEP - Multi-Engine Piston
It provides the pilot with an extension of the level of competence to multi-engine airplanes equipped with piston engines. The training includes piloting an aircraft with two engines running and piloting with one of the engines shut down. As in IR, this part of the training is divided into a theoretical part and a flight part.
CPL - Commercial Pilot Licence
Training and obtaining a CPL qualification entitles the pilot to operate in commercial air operations. It allows him to act as a pilot-in-command of single-pilot aircraft, or as a first officer of a multi-pilot aircraft, or as a flight instructor.
ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot Licence
It is a certificate of competency of an aircraft transport pilot. The condition for obtaining it is successful completion of tests at the Aviation Authority. Unlike the previous blocks, this one focuses only on theoretical teaching. The minimum age for starting theoretical instruction is 17 years. Teaching takes place in the form of lectures with the help of our professional lecturers and is subsequently supplemented by self-study.