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Pilot Training

Pilot Training

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PPL(A) Course – Private Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(A) are: to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes or TMGs engaged in non-commercial operations.

Requirements:
Age: 17 years for solo flight
Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

STRUCTURE
    Flight Training – 45 hours
    • Theory – 100 hours
    • Flight Training – 45 hours

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CPL(A) Course – Commercial Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:

(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

 

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 750 hours (200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
    • Flight Training – 200 hours

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IR(A) Course - Instrument Rating+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

 

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 150 hours
    • Simulator Training – 35 hours
    • Flight Training – 15 hours

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VFR NIGHT+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

With this qualification, you can jump into your helicopter anytime and fly in VFR conditions.
Qualification requirements: PPL (H); at least 100FH including at least 60FH as a PIC.
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness Class-I according to Part-MED

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 5 hours
    • Briefing - 8 hours
    • Flight Training – 15 hours

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PPL(H) Course – Private Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(H) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot of helicopters engaged in non-commercial operations.

Requirements:

Age: 17 years for solo flight

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight

 

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 100 hours
    • Flight Training – 45 hours

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CPL(H) Course – Commercial Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:
(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 750 hours (200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
    • Flight Training – 200 hours

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Additional Pilot Training

Type Rating+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

Type rating course for helicopter type - Bell 206, AW 119, MD500, UH-60, AS-355, S-269C, Mi-8/17

STRUCTURE
    Classroom Hours – 8 hours Practical Training – 6 hours

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NVG Training+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course is designed to introduce NVG – Night Vision Goggles to helicopter pilots and teach them to handle flying an aircraft using NVG as a primary source of reference.

 

STRUCTURE
    • NVG Technical
    • NVG flight
    • NVG Maintenance and Care

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Flight to Dynamic and Static Cealing+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

Pilots will master the technique of high altitude flying.

STRUCTURE
    • Flight Training – 5 hours on MD500

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Theoretical Courses

PPL(A) and PPL(H) Theoretical Course – Private Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(A) are: to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplane or TMGs engaged in non-commercial operations.

Requirements:

Age: 17 years for solo flight
Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight

STRUCTURE

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CPL(A) and CPL(H) Theoretical Course – Commercial Pilot Licence+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:  

(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 750 hours (200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. of self study)

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ATPL Theoretical Course+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The privileges of the holder of an ATPL are: to act as pilot in command (PIC) of aircraft flown for commercial air transport operations.

 Requirements:

Age: 18 years old

Education: Valid PPL or CPL and holder of ICAO level 4 English

Health: Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate (Part MED Class 1 Medical Certificat)

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 1 350 hours (650 hrs. classroom + 700 hrs. self study)

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IR(A) and IR(H) Theoretical Course - Instrument Rating+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

 

STRUCTURE
    • Theory – 150 hours Simulator Training – 35 hours

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ICAO English+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has established English language proficiency requirements (LPRs) for all pilots operating on international routes, and all air traffic controllers who communicate with foreign pilots. These standards require pilots and air traffic controllers to be able to communicate proficiently using both ICAO phraseology and plain English.

 

STRUCTURE
    • 300 Hours/8 weeks
    • Final oral exam

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Aviation English Intro+ Details– Close
COURSE DESCRIPTION

Goal of this course is to evaluate student level of English language understanding. After evaluation students will be learned basic English to receive basis for more advanced ICAO English lessons. 

STRUCTURE
    • 40 Hours/2 weeks
    • Final written and oral exam

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Mission Treaining

SAR/CSAR TRAINING+ Details– Close

The training model combines proven practices of Military and Civilian Search and Rescue along with the most innovative and progressive techniques and equipment in the industry today. From Urban Operations to Fast Water Rescue, to Maritime and Wilderness SAR, we focus on quick response, mission safety, and unique solutions to save live and get the mission done.

STRUCTURE
    • 300 Hours/8 weeks

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HEMS TRAINING+ Details– Close

A 40-hour Helicopter Crewman First Responder training course that covers basic, non-invasive medical and trauma interventions, patient packaging, and critical “ first-on-scene” management skills geared for the Helicopter Rescue Crew- man.

STRUCTURE
    • Cabin Set-Up and Configuration
    • Patient Management
    • Patient Loading and UnloadingFinal oral exam
    • Crew Resource Management

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MOUNTAIN OPERATIONS+ Details– Close

Course is especially designed for flying in high altitude in high mountains terrain. The programs are designed to teach knowledge and skills needed for flying in the mountains terrain. Students learn how to fly in environmentally difficult conditions.

STRUCTURE
    • Flight Philosophy
    • Navigation
    • Aircraft performance
    • Power management
    • Snow conditions
    • Wind conditions
    • Mountain flying techniques

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Tactical Training

TACTICAL MANOEUVRES+ Details– Close

Pilots will master maneuvering for a helicopter type within an envelope defined by the manufacturer. Pilots will train in combat type maneuvers including sharp turns, fast turns, sharp pitch, sharp pitch with turn on descent, military turns, etc.

Recommended extent of course:
10 hours in helicopter
10 hours of briefings

Pilots will practice combat type maneuvers in a group to prepare for tactical flying.

COMBAT MANEUERS IN GROUP FORMATION 

Recommended extent of course:
5 hours in helicopter
5 hours of briefings

 

 

STRUCTURE
    • Individually adaptable course per request

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FORMATION FLIGHT+ Details– Close

Pilots will learn how to fly as both formation leader and as wingman for the purpose of group flyovers and deploying mass paratroopers. The course is divided into two parts: flying in formation at a regular height (500 ft) and over terrain (60 ft) as a leader pilot as well as a wingman pilot.

STRUCTURE
    Recommended extent of course:
    • MD500 Helicopters
    • 20 hours of briefings
    • 20 hours in formation (10 hours as leader)

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SPECIAL OPERATION TRAINING+ Details– Close

In cooperation with external partners or customers are allowing us to customized the training according the needs and our capabilities. We have conducted law enforcement missions, forcing to stop vehicles and targets on the ground, patrolling and intercepting the various illegal activities on the ground.

STRUCTURE
    • Customized per client offer

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