Professional pilot ATPL
An ATPL pilot license allows its holder to apply for a job as a transport pilot at airlines. Training consists of step-by-step training ranging from the first private pilot license, through night flying licenses, instrument flying, multi-engine pilot and commercial pilot.
Commercial pilot - CPL(A)
Want to fly like a professional pilot? This course entitles you to fly on multi-seat commercial air transport aircraft.
ATPL theory is a part of complete course for professional pilots.
Qualification for night flights - NIGHT(A)
Is night cross country navigation something which interests you? Do not be limited by sunrises and sunsets! Take a course for night flights based on navigation devices - learn to fly in the dark and land on a lighted track, right here, in Sazená!
Qualification for multi-engine aircraft MEP
Passing the course will allow you to fly two or more engine aircraft. For training we use the Tecnam P2006T, the most economical multi-engine airplane, equipped with a Garmin Glass Cockpit. MEP is a compulsory part of the ATPL pilot's course.
Single Engine Piston / Instrument Rating SEP/IR
Instrument rating for single engine aircraft.
Multi Engine Piston / Instrument Rating MEP/IR
License extension for multi-engine instrumentation flights.
Multiple crew qualifications (MCC)
The objective of the training is to acquire the knowledge, skills and experience in professional competence of multi-crew interoperability (MCC) to safely pilot multi-pilot multi-engine airplanes. It is a prerequisite for piloting airliners.
IR – Instrument rating
The IR qualification entitles the pilot to fly by instrument. As one of the few schools in the Czech Republic, we also focus on IR-based training to help you achieve a cheaper full-featured IR qualification.
To get enough hours to get the necessary licenses, you need to fly and get experience. This is called "time building" in airline jargon.
Flight instructor FI(A)
This course is designed to train applicants to provide training on aircraft up to the PPL (A) level. Students are acquainted with the procedures and systems used in this activity.
Flight instructor IRI
The aim of the IRI training course is to train the applicant to provide training to holders of pilot licenses for an issue of IR qualification. After completing the training course, the applicant must be able to train the applicant to the level prescribed for the IR qualification, including pre-flight briefing, post-flight debriefing and theoretical training.
Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
The training is intended for holders of an IR qualification whose training did not include a part of PBN and they must complete this qualification.
Preparatory Course Genaral Navigation
Do you need to pass the General Navigation exam at ATPL? Based on favorable references from the first courses, we have prepared another course for practical solutions to your questions.