Training in aircraft

PPL Trainings

 

  • Private Pilot License – PPL(A) training description:

The PPL(A) course consists of both theoretical and practical training. Theoretical preparation and practical training are done concurrently – we offer the perfect combination of both without wasting your time.

The course is concluded by a theoretical examination and a practical examination. During the training you will also need to pass the ICAO English proficiency exam for foreign applicants.

You can start the PPL(A) course anytime you are ready. All the lessons will be planned individually for you to suit your time requirements. The Private Pilot license can be obtained in a minimum period of 6 weeks. The duration of PPL(A) training will depend on the each trainee’s time availability for both the theoretical and the practical training.

The Private Pilot License – PPL(A) course entry requirements are as follows:

  • to be at least 16 years old
  • to be at least Class 2 Medical holder
  • to be proficient in the English language
  • to have sufficient knowledge of Mathematics and Physics

 

 

 

ATPL trainings

  • Integrated Airline Transport Pilot ATP(A) training description:

This course is for obtaining a CPL / IR license (with ATPL theory) in a so-called integrated training. This means that the training is based entirely on a single course, from the basics to the acquisition of a commercial pilot’s license, during which we work closely with the University of Debrecen. Thus, in this case, students can start flying early in the course. The duration of the training is 3.5 years (7 semesters). and upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a BSc degree in addition to a professional license. The integrated ATP (A) course, which includes MCC training and, at the end of the 7th semester, the A320 type course on an FFS simulator (excluding Landing Training), is for those who are really serious about becoming airline pilots.

  • Modular ATPL training description

Our modular ATPL training is available in distance learning. Distance learning is to be referred to as hybrid course of study as a certain amount of traditional classroom instruction is still required for review purposes and by regulations. Competency is a combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform a task to the prescribed standard. The objectives of our training are to develop applicants’ theoretical knowledge in the most effective way using various training methods and materials.

The ATPL course is based on 4 modules of distance learning and classroom instruction. The complete modular ATPL distance learning course requires a minimum of 650 hours of self-study and classroom lecture/instructor lead (subject to credits) (excluding progress tests, home exams) plus a further 12-36 hours for Maths and Physics, depending on the applicant experience. The additional time required for KSA100 activities is not included in this total. The examination window is 18 months. The start date for the commencement of this 18-month window is the date of the first exam taken.

PHARMAFLIGHT uses a wide range of interactive training materials for teaching and testing in order to improve training effectiveness. Students can have access of followings:

–           aviationexam.com

–           EASA Professional Pilot Studies E-book

–           FlightLogger

–           Padpilot.com

Class rating courses

SEP (Single Engine Piston) Land – training description:

This applies to all aircraft equipped with a single-engine piston engine, depending on the type of license. Our company uses Cessna 152 és Cessna 172 for this training.

MEP (Multi Engine Piston)

We offer multi-engine class rating training for the applicants that can be completen on our Tecnam P2006T aircraft glass-cockpit aircraft with Garmin 1000NXi.

Instructor training:

FI(A) – training description:

During the Flight Instructor course you will learn how to efficiently teach students so they can obtain their EU-FCL PPL or CPL license on single engine aircraft during VFR flights.

The programme imparts classes aimed at obtaining all the required knowledge related with learning techniques, aeronautical legislation and safe flight operations for a first class instructor.

During these classes, future flight instructors will learn how to efficiently teach students so they can obtain their PPL or CPL license on single engine aircraft during VFR flights.

The FI(A) course entry requirements are as follows:

  • 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 a Part-FCL CPL course if in possession of an Part-FCL PP(A) license
  • have completed a minimum of 30 hours in single piston engine aircraft; of which 5 must have been completed within the past 6 months prior to the entrance test
  • have completed a minimum of 10 IFR hours, of which a maximum of 5 hours must have been completed in an FNPT-II or FFS
  • have completed a minimum of 20 cross country flight hours
  • have a Class 1 Medical certificate
  • carry out a check flight with an instructor 

IRI(A) – training description

 

Pre-entry requirements

Applicants for an IRI(A) certificate shall:

(1) to provide training in FSTDs during the training course at PHARMAFLIGHT, have completed at least 200 hours of flight time under IFR after the issuance of the BIR or the IR, of which at least 50 hours shall be in aeroplanes;

(2) to provide training in an aeroplane, have completed at least 800 hours of flight time under IFR, of which at least 400 hours shall be in aeroplanes;

(3) to apply for an IRI(A) for multi-engine aeroplanes, meet the requirements of points FCL.915.CRI(a), FCL.930.CRI and FCL.935;

or

(4) hold a valid FI(A) certificate with IR rating.

 

IRI(A) training program:

The initial training course includes:

(1) 25 hours of teaching and learning instruction

(2) 14 hours of technical training, including revision of instrument theoretical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of classroom instructional skills

(3) 10 hours of flight instruction on an aeroplane, FFS, FTD 2/3 or FPNT II.

The course comprises at least 10 hours of flight instruction, of which a maximum of 8 hours may be conducted in an FSTD. A similar number of hours should be used for the instruction and practice of preflight and post-flight briefing for each exercise. For FI(A) holder5 hours of practical training may be credited. The credited course comprises at least 5 hours of flight instruction, of which a maximum of 3 hours may be conducted in an FSTD.

 

CRI(A) SE/ME – training description

 

Pre-entry requirements

(a) multi-engine aeroplanes:

(1) 500 hours flight time as a pilot on aeroplanes;

(2) 30 hours as PIC on the applicable class or type of aeroplane;

(b) single-engine aeroplanes:

(1) 300 hours flight time as a pilot on aeroplanes;

(2) 30 hours as PIC on the applicable class or type of aeroplane.

 

CRI(A) SE/ME training program:

The initial training course includes:

The initial training course for the CRI(A) includes:

(1) 25 hours of teaching and learning instruction

(2) 14 hours of technical training, including revision of class rating related theoretical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of classroom instructional skills

(3) 5 hours of flight instruction on multi-engine aeroplanes or an FSTD representing that class or type of aeroplane, including at least 3 hours on the aeroplane, or at least 3 hours of flight instruction on single-engine aeroplanes, given by an FI(A) qualified in accordance with point FCL.905.FI(j)