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2FLY PRO-PILOT AIRLINE PROGRAMME 2024

PRE-ENTRY SKILLS ASSESSMENT

For those serious about entering training, the Skills Assessment must be passed before formally enrolling on a Pro-Pilot Airline Programme. Once successfully completed, you will receive a formal offer letter to join a course of training and be required to formally enrol and pay a deposit.

The Skills Assessment is a series of computer based tests taking approximately 1.5 hours to complete. The process is conducted and overseen by 2FLY staff at our dedicated Assessment Centre In Nottingham.

PHASE ONE: FOUNDATION TRAINING

5 months in Merritt Island, Florida

Learn to fly in some of the busiest airspace in the USA. With over 100 destinations in Florida alone, you will gain valuable experience operating in and out of some of the largest airports in the world. Here you will achieve the following:

  • Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL)
  • Structured Hour Building (HRS)
  • Multi-engine Rating (MEP)
  • Single-engine Instrument Rating (IR)
  • Airline Orientation Module (AOM) multi-engine hour building

PHASE TWO: ADVANCED TRAINING

10 months in Axarquia, Málaga, Spain

All advanced training takes place at a state-of-the-art, purpose-built flight training academy in the beautiful Axarquía Airport at Vélez near Málaga on the Spanish Riviera. Here you will achieve the following:

  • ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Training (Ground School)
  • Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL)
  • Multi-engine Instrument Rating (MEIR)

PHASE THREE: JET TRAINING

1 month in Dublin, Ireland

Phase Three of your training is delivered by Ryanair approved training organisation Airline Flight Academy (AFA) in Dublin. This state-of-the-art facility gives you the opportunity to finish the Pro Pilot Programme with industry leading jet training. Here you will achieve the following:

  • Airline Pilot Standard Multi Crew Co-operation (APS MCC)
  • Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (A-UPRT)

UNIQUE FEATURES

Build multi-engine hours flying for Buzz Airlines

Conditional airline interview for those who qualify

Student loans available – including unsecured

PROGRAMME SUMMARY

  • Course duration of 16 months, includes accommodation
  • You will achieve a UK or EASA Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL) which includes:
    • Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL)
    • Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR)
    • Airline Pilot Standard Multi-Crew Co-operation Course (APS MCC). Watch video here.
    • Advanced Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (A)UPRT
    • Provided all standards are met you will achieve an EASA ATPL (Frozen).
  • As an optional extra you may achieve a dual licence: EASA and UKCAA. If you are interested, please ask a training advisor for more information.
  • Training locations in Florida & Spain with great weather and minimum delays. Watch video here.
  • 16 months accommodation in private house shared with other students included in training fees
  • Training fees paid in instalments
  • 100% money back training guarantee subject to passing the Skills Assessment
  • Flight training first, then ground school. Watch video here.
  • Total flying hours 219 hours
  • Total Theoretical hours 750 hours
  • Buzz multi-engine hours variable # of hours
  • APS MCC & A-UPRT 43 hours
  • Flight Training Simulator Device 24 hours

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