Training in aircraft:

PPL trainings

  • PPL(A)

Integrated trainings

  • Integrated ATP(A)

Class rating courses

  • SEP (Single Engine Piston)

    Flight Instructor training

    • FI(A)

     Training on a simulator:

    • MCC(A)
    • A320 TR
    • A320 TRI/SFI


    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




    Integrated 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.


    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.


    Type rating trainings

    A320 Type rating:

    The A320 type rating training consists of theoretical and practical courses that will prepare you for a pilot career. Our center provides expertise and instructors for competency-based training during the training.

    The EASA-approved type rating training program shall be conducted to the highest standards of flight training, using a practical and operationally integrated learning approach.


    Flight 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 


    Trainings on simulator

    Simulators are widely used in both military and civil aviation today. The capabilities of the equipment go beyond the training of air traffic controllers. These devices can be used for the aeronautical training of operating flight engineers, for the testing and trial operation of modified or newly designed on-board systems.

    Several categories of equipment supporting state-of-the-art training are known, the diversity of the categories being shown by the fact that there are equipment that only serves to familiarize the user with the interior design of the cabin and is able to start an ‘aircraft’, and that there are multi-pilot aircraft support their activities.

    The Multi-Crew Cooperation MCC(A) course description:

    The Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course has been designed to train single seat pilots with the team skills necessary for the safe operation of complex, multi-crew jet aircraft. During the course, you will be introduced to the competencies necessary for this demanding transition. The training will take place throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions.


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

    • hold a valid Commercial Pilot’s License with a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR)
    • if you are awaiting your license, you must provide a Skills Test pass certificate.


    Training structure

      Training phase Duration
    1 Theoretical education 21h00 3 days
    2 Briefing & Debriefing 3h X 5 = 15h00 5 days
    Simulator training 4h X 5 =20h00


    A320 Type Rating course (A320 TR)

    The A320 type rating training consists of theoretical and practical courses and a proficiency test (the training does not include Landing Training).


    The requirements for applying for A320 TR training are as follows:

    • at least 70 hours of flight time in a PIC role
    • valid CPL / IR license with ME / IR (valid for at least 3 months from the start of the course)
    • Existence of a valid diploma for passing the ATPL (A) theoretical knowledge examination in accordance with Part-FCL
    • Existence of a diploma of completion of MCC training
    • a valid diploma of at least ICAO LEVEL 4 language proficiency
    • Class 1 medical certificate issued by an EASA MS



        Training phase Duration
      1 Theoretical education 44h00 5 days
      2 Training on flight training equipment 73h00 8 days
      3 Briefing & Debriefing 2h X 8 = 16h00 8 days
      Simulator (FFS) training 4h X 8 =32h00
      4 Skill Test 6h00 1 days


      Description of A320 type rating instructor training (A320 TRI / SFI):

      The TRI-SFI course (Type Rating Instructor / Synthetic Flight Instructor) consists of training pilots to acquire all the knowledge necessary to be proficient in theoretical and flight instruction in multi-pilot airplanes, according to Part-FCL. This course can only be performed if applicant has valid type-rating

      The TRI course entry requirements are as follows:

      • hold or have held a CPL or ATPL license in the type you wish to be an instructor
      • 1.500h of flight as pilot in multi-pilot airplanes.
      • 30 route sectors within 12 months prior to the date of application, including take-offs and landings, such as PIC or co-pilot, on the applicable airplane type, of which 15 may have be in FFS representing the same type.

      The SFI course entry requirements are as follows:

      • hold or have held a CPL, MPL or ATPL in the appropriate aircraft category
      • have completed the proficiency check for the issue of the specific aircraft type rating in an FFS representing the applicable type, within the 12 months preceding the application


        Training phase Duration
      1 Teaching and Learning 25h00 4 day
      2 Technical Training) 10h00 2 day
      Briefing & Debriefing 3h X 3 = 9h00 3 day
      Simulator (FFS) training 4h X 3 =12h00
      3 AoC 3h00 1 day