Phase Two of this two-phase programme is conducted at 2FLY’s partner training centre at Axarquia Airport not far from Málaga in Spain. It is a purpose-built multi-million Euro facility providing flight and ground training with high-end simulators and cabin crew training facilities.
The setting is superb and is close to major international airports where you will be flying sorties.
Your accommodation while in Spain will be a shared house not far from the training centre though when the new student block has been completed (currently being constructed) you will have a room there. Click here for more information.
Here is an overview of PHASE TWO:
Here is a summary of what you will complete at our Spanish training centre:
Your first module will be to complete the EASA Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL). This will be conducted on a complex single aircraft Piper Arrow PA28R. A ‘complex’ single means it has a retractable undercarriage and a variable pitch propeller – requirements for the CPL. This licence gives you the right to earn money by carrying passengers.
Your next module will be to complete your Multi-Engine Rating (MECR). This will allow you to fly multi-engine aircraft.
It is possible you may already have this rating if you were selected for the Airline Orientation Module in PHASE ONE.
Your next module is the most important one: the final EASA Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR). The skills test for this module will be your last and complete your flight training. You will have achieved an EASA CPL with Instrument Rating. The final module is the MCC:
Now that your flight training has finished you will complete the mandatory Multi-Crew Co-operation Course (MCC). Whereas the JOC was teaching you the practical aspects of handling a large commercial jet, the MCC concentrates on the human element. It teaches you how to work as a team and share the workload. This course does not require a high end simulator but it can certainly enhance the experience if your MCC is conducted in one. This course is delivered in a brand new Airbus A320 simulator – a fantastic end to the programme.