Aptitude Test/SPHAIR

For all courses at CPL/IR/MEP/ATPL level as well for the airline cadet programme, candidates must complete an aptitude test.

The assessment is intended to show whether you have the necessary basic knowledge to be able to follow the theoretical material and the complex training. This is a requirement based on the European regulations (EASA Part-FCL). Furthermore, a positive assessment increases your confidence that the training can be successfully completed and that employment as a pilot is afterwards possible.

After successfully completing the assessment, you will be invited to a training meeting in which the exact timetable and individual possibilities will be outlined and determined.

Aptitude Test ACP: For the Airline Cadet Programme and for practical training.
Aptitude Test Theory: for theory courses (CPL / ATPL / IR)
Aptitude Test with SPHAIR: For holders of an unrestricted SPHAIR recommendation.
 

Course range
SPHAIR

Registration for candidates who hold an unrestricted SPHAIR recommendation.

Aptitude Test Theory

Aptitude test registration for participation in theory courses only.

Aptitude Test ACP

Aptitude test registration required for the training as a commercial and airline pilot according to EASA Part-FCL. 

Upcoming courses
Aptitude Test | Kloten
Aptitude Test ACP

Aptitude test registration required for the training as a commercial and airline pilot according to EASA Part-FCL. 

start anytime
sign up
Aptitude Test | Kloten
Aptitude Test ACP

Aptitude test registration required for the training as a commercial and airline pilot according to EASA Part-FCL. 

start anytime
sign up
Aptitude Test | Kloten
Aptitude Test Theory

Aptitude test registration for participation in theory courses only.

start anytime
sign up
Aptitude Test | Kloten
Aptitude Test Theory

Aptitude test registration for participation in theory courses only.

start anytime
sign up
Aptitude Test
SPHAIR

Registration for candidates who hold an unrestricted SPHAIR recommendation.

start anytime
sign up

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