Training a pilot takes years, so if you start now you will finish by the time aviation comes back to life. The first step to become an Airline pilot is PPL.
It is Theory training, Theory CAA exam, 45 hours of flight training with progress checks and a CAA exam and you are free to fly by yourself to explore a life in the air. You can finish with it in 6-8 weeks, depending on weather.
Airwin has a brand new fleet of Aero AT-3 aircraft to provide quality training from the beginning. You like the picture on the left? This will be your view in our cockpit.
In case you just want to fly for the fun of it you can stop your training here, or maybe continue further later. Modular training gives you the advantage to pay as you go, and study as you go.This training is all inclusive 7.777 EUR
To continue in your training you need to build your hours. Different hours are needed for different modules. The hours below mean total flight time. When you have your PPL in your hand you will have a minimum of 46.5 hours (45 hours + 1.5 hours CAA exam) already. You can build your hours during ATPL Theory training as well.
You can rent our brand new Aero AT-3 with Glass Cockpit by the hour including insurance and fuel for only 110 EUR/hour.
The aim of the ATPL(A) Theoretical Distance Learning Training Program is to train pilots to the level of knowledge required to be engaged in Commercial Air Transportation as part of the flight crew either as a pilot-in-command or co-pilot.
Licensed Instructors with huge experience in Aviation are set to supervise the self-study sessions and deliver interactive classroom instructions utilizing state-of-the-art videoconferencing tools in compliance with EASA regulations.
Our goal is to train not only professional, but competent pilots ready to be employed by EASA Commercial Air Operator Certificate (AOC) holders.
We implemented the Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skill, and Attitude) learning objectives and assessments among the first ATOs.
Flying is beautiful but even more beautiful at night. The more beautiful it is the more hard to navigate. Flying or doing an approach at night (after Sunset - before Sunrise) is allowed only with a NVFR endorsement in your licence. It is also mandatory before your IR (instrument) training.
The training is 5 hours, the cost is relatively high due to the airport fees and lighting fees of the NVFR capable airports.
We use airports with proper lighting for this training, as safety and quality comes before price.
Well... you think it is about flying with two engines, but I will be honest: You will mainly practice flying with one engine.
You always dreamed about a career in the skies. Use this time until Airlines are hiring again to instruct. It is the best way to:
"Our aim is not only to enable you to get the rating but to build an understanding of the underlying facts and principles and preventing most, if not all “I’ve never heard about this before” – moments.
UPRT is the abbreviation of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training. The newly developed advanced UPRT course, which is to be mandated as an addendum to ATP and MPL training courses and also to serve as a prerequisite prior to commencing the first type rating course in multi-pilot operations, is seen as an important step towards enhancing a commercial pilot’s resilience to the psychological and physiological aspects often associated with upset conditions. Our training is compliant with FCL.745.A