CPL (A) Practical Training
- Valid Medical Class 1 (recommended prior to training start)
- 175 hours total time
- 100 hours Pilot in Command
After reaching 175 hours (including 100 hours as pilot in command), training towards the CPL is tackled. 15 hours are spent on the controls of a single-engine, four seat aircraft, for cross-country training under visual flight rules. 5 hours minimum are conducted on an aircraft with retractable gear and constant speed
The training makes use of all available radio navigation aids. 5 hours of night flying (NIT) may be combined with the CPL training. Alternatively, the NIT may be conducted stand-alone.
Please fill out the contact form and chose your preferred training location, afterwards we will contact you with a detailed training offer.
Aptitude Test acc. EASA Part-FCL
Please note: Before you are eligible to start a CPL or ATPL course you are required to pass a PART-FCL aptitude test consisting of Mathematics, Physics and Algebra. Additionally we require prro of your english proficiency, please upload your certificate . If you do not have one, we will provide you with a link in order to assess your english level.