The training is aimed at students who aspire to be employed as a pilot at an airline. Students receive the theoretical knowledge required to become a captain after gaining adequate practical experience as a first officer and will be able to work in both Europe and the US*.
Courses are conducted as full-time training starting from zero to MCC. The training is normally conducted five days per week scheduled during all days of the week.
A short FAA to EASA conversion course and AUPRT and MCC courses will be completed in Sweden after training in the US.
The US based training is eligible for CSN Loan & Grants for Swedish Citizens.
*Work permit required for non-citizens of EU and/or US.
After completing the training, the student will be in possession of:
License & Rating
CPL - Commercial Pilot License
NR - Night Rating
SEP - Single Engine Piston Rating
MEP - Multi Engine Piston Rating
IRSE - Instrument Rating Single Engine
MEIR - Instrument Rating Multi Engine
AUPRT - Advanced Upset Prevention & Recovery Training
MCC - Multi Crew Cooperation
*Above time frame is based on full-time studies with a disciplined 100% time and study commitment from the student. Times may vary in the different stages dependent on proficiency, weather and other factors.
*Swedish Citizens can apply for CSN (Governmental Grants & Loans for the US based training.
The Small Print
Complete courses are calculated for minimum required flighthours, be aware that you might need more hours to meet required standard for skilltest. See Hourly Rates for prices for extra flight and tutoring hours. Please read our Terms of Purchase.
Not included in prices above:
Hard copy books (optional)
Pilot material such as headsets, logbooks, rulers etc.
Landing fees abroad (optional)
Handling agents abroad (optional)
Hotel, food and taxi when overnighting during for example IR nav flights (optional)
Authority's certificate fees & Medical