EASA ATPL and FAA Commercial Pilot

Completion in 12 Months!

Skyeagle Aviation Academy offers a combined EASA ATPL Frozen and FAA Commercial Pilot training in Florida, USA, catering to pilots aiming to hold both EASA and FAA licenses.

The program is designed to be cost-effective and time-efficient, taking advantage of the favorable training conditions in the US, including no landing and air navigation fees, and lower aircraft rates. The program includes dual certification, covering extensive flight hours and ground school training tailored for all skill levels. Florida’s favorable weather and the absence of additional flight fees present an ideal setting for pilot training. Florida flight school offers a unique pathway to a global aviation career.

SkyEagle Aviation Academy‘s European training operations are overseen by Austro Control and conducted alongside a German FCH Authorized Training Organization (ATO). The Academy collaborates with Austrian authorities for European license issuance. FCH facilitates the Online Ground School, leading to the final stage of EASA certification training, delivered by an EASA-certified instructor. EASA-designated examiners conduct the final assessments, ensuring adherence to European aviation standards.

The Academy supports students with a range of services, including visa assistance, TSA clearance, and housing, ensuring a tailored training experience for pilots.

Pilot prospects from different authorities

Elevate your flying career with our Brochure, crafted for aspiring aviators dedicated to achieving EASA ATPL and FAA CPL certifications. This Guide is your gateway to mastering the skies, offering a detailed roadmap to securing dual licenses pivotal for global aviation opportunities.

EASA ATPL and FAA Commercial Pilot is program for dual licensure in Florida flight school, and career-focused pilots looking to expand their opportunities with both EASA and FAA certifications.

EASA ATPL Program details

Flight School in the USA offers an integrated FAA and EASA flight training program, including FAA Part 141 and Part 61 training and additional EASA conversion training. Fees cover the complete airline pilot package, encompassing all necessary tuition, flight, and study materials, adhering to FAA and EASA minimums. The EASA ATPL flight training can be completed in as little as 12-15 months of full-time study, incorporating distance learning and in-person flight training. The admission process for the ATPL program involves completing an enrollment form and obtaining an M1 visa through the DHS Form I-20 for non-U.S. citizens.

In the combined EASA and FAA commercial pilot training program, students start with an Online Ground School, progressing through three exam parts focused on various aviation subjects such as Air Law, Human Performance, and Meteorology, among others. Training continues in parallel with FAA commercial pilot requirements, embracing EASA methodologies for flight training. The culmination is 15 hours of flying under the guidance of an EASA instructor, ensuring comprehensive preparation for a career in aviation.

EASA Requirements

To start EASA training:

  • You must be at least 17 years old, but can only receive the certificate at 18.
  • Applicants need a Student Pilot Certificate and must pass both a 3rd Class FAA Medical exam and an EASA Medical exam, which includes an audiometry test.
  • Proficiency in English is required.
  • Non-U.S. citizens must obtain TSA clearance for Private, Instrument, and Multi-engine courses, and need an M1 Student Visa along with Form I-20.
Financial Options

SkyEagle Aviation Academy offers financing options for those enrolling in their flight training programs. Available primarily to U.S. citizens and residents, these programs facilitate part-time training at many flight schools nationwide. Financing solutions include loans through partners like Stratus Financial and We Florida Financial, featuring deferred payment options and full financing for comprehensive flight training. Additionally, Women In Aviation International offers scholarship opportunities for members pursuing aviation careers.

Additional Courses

We offer the seven day ATP-CTP course as an additional course. This  course consists of 30 hours of ground school and 10 hours of flight simulator training in the Airbus A320. This is the first step in the process to enroll Airline Transport Pilot License training.

In addition we can provide the following service for foreign students:

Enrollment application
Course duration12 months
Course price$82,870
Available for US and foreign citizens
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Minimum Requirements for CPL
  • 18 years old to start the program
  • FAA Private Pilot license
  • or Foreign PPL license
  • 2nd class medical certificate
  • Education: no requirements
  • English: upper intermediate
M-1 Visa for Students
We offer student visa M-1 for all international students.