PILOT TRAINING

EASA CPL (Aeroplane)

EASA CPL Rating (Aeroplane)

 

Aim of the course

The aim of the Commercial Pilot License (Aeroplane) course is to train holders of a pilot licence issued in accordance with Part-FCL Subpart D Section 2 to exercise the privileges described in FCL.305.

Pre-entry requirements

Minimum age

The minimum age is 18 years of age.


Educational requirements

No formal academic qualifications are required, however, students will benefit from a having a basic understanding of Maths and Physics.


Medical requirements
Trainees must hold valid medical certificate issued in accordance with Part-MED with an extension for IR operations.

General requirements

Before participating the applicant must be demonstrate evidence of all following items:

  • At least valid PPL(A) with optional IR(A)/SEP rating
  • ATPL(A) Theoretical Certificate issued by CAA or CPL(A) Theoretical Certificate issued by CAA
  • 150 hours of total flight time

Language requirements
A student must demonstrate evidence of English language proficiency equivalent to at least ICAO Level 4.

Flying training

The flying training shall comprise a total of at least 15 hours of dual flight instruction and 16 hours of ground briefing. During this training there is no such part to be completed as solo flight(s).

 

Theoretical knowledge

MultiFly does not offer separate theoretical knowledge course towards the obtainment of CPL(A). It is subject of enrolment to possess either CPL(A) TKE certificate or ATPL(A) TKE certificate referred in 8.2.4.
During the course there are long briefings, and directed private study. During the training the applicant should be familiar with the following items:

  • ATO TM 4.2 lectures:1,2,4,12,13,14,15
  • Q&A from basic instrument flying and nominal instrument approaches

This course consists of 16 hours of briefings with no specific theoretical training.

 

 

Training aircrafts Soccata TB 20

Soccata TB 20

Soccata TB 20