Today we can announce three new Commercial Pilot Programs.
In collaboration with an US based partner Phoenix East Aviation we can offer programs for both EASA and FAA as well as programs combined with first officer position at a VIP Jet Charter or programs combined with Flight Instructor work after graduation.
The off-shore programs will be CSN eligible for Swedish students.
Please read more here!
We are happy to announce that we have been approved for A-UPRT (Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training).
A-UPRT is a mandatory training course for CPL holders before entering a Type Rating course on a Multi Pilot Airplane.
If you are interested in joining the course send us a expression of interest and we will send you set startdate asap for you to consider!
Here you can read more and apply: AUPRT COURSE
Today we became partners with Women In Aviation Scandinavian Chapter.
Women in Aviation International (WAI) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of Women in all aviation career fields and interests.
As a member you enjoy a lot of benefits such as the oportunity to apply for scholarships!
Here you'll find the Scandinavian Chapter and the International Organisation.
In an effort to make it easier for our students to attend class in these trying times we are now offering distance learning for both ATPL and PPL theory. The webinars will count toward your required classroom time as per the regulations and you can take all the progress tests from home.
The webinars will be held from school so if you rather want to attend in-class you are welcome to.
Our goal is to make it possible for our students to continue with their training without any delay while taking extra precautions for all our well being.
We are postponing the new PPL and AIRLINE PILOT course start to Sunday April 4th. This will be a short start-up day with information and tour. Theory classes start April 11th.
The reason is that many of our applicants, for spring 2021, are international students who need Residence Permit and Student Visas. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic the visa process-time has been delayed for many of them. Students are still allowed to travel to Sweden, the Swedish Immigration is open as usual but opening hours at local Embassies have been reduced causing delays in the process.
We are happy to announce that we have just been approved by the CAA to provide and conduct MCC training. The training is be done in a 737 simulator. Courses are run once a month.
Maximum 10 students in each class.