Flight Instructor Course
Flight Instructor Licence
For enrollment will be required to meet the following requirements:
- Have completed at least 30 hours on single-engine piston aircraft, of which 5 in the last 6 months prior to the entry test
- Have completed at least 10 hours IFR, of which max. 5 hours in FNPT-II or FFS
- Have completed at least 20 hours of cross country flights
- Hold a valid JAA Class 1 medical certificate
- Pass the entry flight test
This Flight Instructor course consists of the theory classes required by PART-FCL regulations, plus the Glass Cockpit transition theory and Garmin 1000 components and operational procedures. The theory phase of the course is concluded by the theory exam, consisting of a theory briefing by a Civil Aviation Authority examiner. Further theory briefings on the more practical aspects of the FI flight training are provided before and after each flight and simulator session.
- In Phase A, all basic theory knowledge necessary to start the practical stage of the course at the end of this phase is covered. .
- Phase B:: all subjects are completed to comply with the knowledge standards necessary for the official theory exams by AESA at the end of the theory program. You will not be able to take any flight skill test unless all official theory exams have been successfully passed.
The flight training is mainly carried out in our brand new Cessna 172´s equipped with the Garmin 1000 system.
Includes 1,5 hours necessary for the flight exam.
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Programa de simuladores
The simulator program reinforces the skills obtained in flight and you will learn to fly and navigate aircraft by sole reference to the instruments in the cockpit, to use the Glass Cockpit technology and to operate as part of a crew.
The MCC (Multi-Crew Coordination) course completes your training in multi-crew coordination and enables you to safely operate multi-crew multi- engine aircraft in IFR conditions.
At European Flyers we operate the latest technology in our Cessna 172 NAV III simulators with Garmin 1000 technology, identical to the aircraft, which were the first of this type to be certified as FNPT-I in the world.
|Cessna 172 G1000(FNPT-I)||11,5|