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Certificate part 141
You can start your education in our Academy just from “zero”, without having any previous experience and become a flight instructor or a commercial pilot. Many students start to build their career immediately after their graduation from school, they enter the academy and train to become pilots in just 6-8 months.
The course starts on 1st, every month.
This program includes full range of educational courses, which are necessary to obtain the CPL license, including Instrument Rating and multi-engine rating. Graduates of the program will obtain the FAA commercial pilot license for both single-engine and multi-engine aircrafts, instrument rating and about 200 flight hours, which is necessary in order to work in an airline or charter company.
Optionally, course graduates may continue their training with the Jet Training Course (LearJet 35/55 or Cessna Citation) and increase their chances to get more prestigious work on jet aircrafts. We also cooperate with training centers, which makes it possible to obtain type rating for “bigger” aircrafts, such as Boeing 737 or Airbus-320, but that makes sense only for those, who have around 1000 flight hours.
If you decided to live your life as the pilot, this professional program perfectly fits your needs and provides you with an excellent start point in professional aviation.
This course includes 35 hours of theory and 35 flight hours. As the result, our students pass the state exam according to the PPL FAA program and obtain private pilot license.
Immediately after the completion of the Private Pilot program and before starting Instrument Rating program, the student must go through an intermediate stage of the accumulation of flight experience and practice (time-building). For instrument rating at least 50 flight hours cross-country PIC are required. You can use Cessna 152 aircraft for time-building.
After the completion of the Private Pilot program, our students start to train in accordance with the Instrument Rating program, which allows them to obtain skills and experience, which are necessary to perform instrument flights in low visibility conditions. This rating is a must for those pilots, who are dreaming about new career in the field of civic aviation, because around 90% of all flights on big airliners are instrument flights.
The program includes 30 theoretical hours and 35 flight hours (using simulators and aircrafts equipped for instrument flights).
Final point of this course is the state examination and obtaining of the Instrument Rating in addition to the previously received private pilot license.
Generally after completing Private Pilot Program and Instrument Rating the pilot has about 100-130 flight hours. Meanwhile, to get a Commercial Pilot license at least 250 flight hours are required. Again time-building is needed to accumulate missing hours. Cessna 152 can be used for time-building as well.
During training on the Instrument Rating Program, our students can start simultaneous training in accordance with the Commercial Pilot Program for single-engine aircrafts, which also allows you to save your precious time and make your training schedule more diverse.
Training in accordance with this program is carried out using various aircrafts in order to improve flying skills and observe current legislative requirements. In spite of everything, all our students have to carry out at least 10 flight hours on an aircraft with retractable landing gear and variable propeller pitch (so called complex aircraft). Generally we use our Piper Arrow aircrafts for mentioned purposes.
In addition to the commercial pilot license for single-engine aircrafts, it’s necessary to obtain so-called Multi-Engine Rating, which allows to fly on multi-engine aircrafts. This rating is mandatory for any pilot, who plans to fly on more serious machines, especially on jet aircrafts. All modern civic aircrafts are equipped with more than 1 engine, which makes this rating essential for a professional pilot. We are using twin-engine Piper Seneca II for this trainings.
After successful completion of the Professional Program, we also recommend our students to carry out 2 additional courses: the transition to the “glass” cockpit (i.e. from the classical to the digital dashboard) and the Jet Transition Course, obtaining a second pilot license that allows to fly on aircrafts, such as LearJet or Cessna Citation. Such addition of new SIC LR-JET (“LearJet second pilot”) vessel type to your basic license will make you more attractive to any possible employer and open the doors to the world of business aviation.
1. Our Professional Program is carried out in accordance with the section 141 of US Federal Aviation Regulations, which means decreased flight time requirements. Instead of 250 flight hours, which are necessary in accordance with the basic program (part 61), you need only 190 hours in this case, which really saves your precious time and funds.
2. All stages of the program are performed in accordance with the course plan, i.e. each theoretical lesson, as well as each flight have their own and clear goals, tasks and elements. Instructors are not allowed to avoid any elements of the program, therefore we guarantee you 100% of knowledge and experience perception, which are vital for successful completion of the state exam. You will not skip even one small element, which is necessary for successful operation of any commercial pilot.
3. We can offer you group training with fixed schedule or create your personally tailored plan with your own private instructor, which will help you to complete the course with minimum loss of time. We clearly understand that each day that you spend in the USA is pretty expensive, therefore we are making our best in order to minimize your expenses for accommodation, food and transport, providing you with a place in our campus as well as with cars with significant discounts.
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|Track С: professional program (multi engine)||Download|
|Track D: professional program (single engine)||Download|
Phone: +1 954 772-1212
Fax: +1 954 772-1202
Address: 5101 NW 21st Ave
suite 240, Fort Lauderdale