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  • At least 17 years of age

  • Hold a Student Pilot Certificate

  • Medical class: II (in preparation for commercial privileges)

  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Training Certifications:

  • Private Pilot License PPL(A);

  • Instrument Rating IR(A);

  • Single-Engine Class Rating SEPL(A);

  • Multi-Engine Class Rating (MEPL);

  • Commercial Pilot License CPL(A);

  • Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI);

  • University Degree (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University).


22-24 months, depending on the student’s learning time and availability.



At the end of the training program, the student will obtain the CPL FAA, CFI(A) and University degree.

Airline Interview Guaranteed

In the United States or other regions, depending upon the job market conditions at the time of meeting qualification requirements.

  • Airline job application and interview preparation.

  • Human resources personnel from the airline will conduct a preliminary interview. They will then provide guidance for the practical interview and test to be conducted at the airline.

  • Personalized assistance from our legal department during the process for a work-permit application.

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