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Τhe method taken to obtain an EASA license will depend on your current license(s) held, the license you are trying to obtain, and the hours or types of aircraft you have experience on have been set forth in the regulations of Part‐FCL.
According the EASA regulations basically all ICAO licence and Ratings can be converted in EASA licenses and EASA Rating.

There are special requirements for the different licenses and ratings.

Pre-Entry Requirements

  • ICAO license and the Rating to be converted has to be current and valid
  • EASA ATPL Theoretical exams
  • EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate
  • At least 200 hrs total flight time
  • At least 100 hrs as PIC
  • At least one X-country trip 300 NM
  • EASA Radio telephony license
  • EASA Aviation Language Proficiency – minimum level 4 is required

CPL module is a 25 Hour Course of dual flight training which includes 10 hours of instrument instruction. The first 20 hours of the course are flown in a DA-40 aeroplane and the remaining 5 hours are flown on a DA-42 aeroplane. For holders of a valid IR (A) 10 hours of dual instrument instruction will be credited toward CPL (A) issue. At least 15 hours of dual visual instruction must be competed of which at least 5 hours must be in a DA-42.

Pre-Entry Requirements

  • Hold a PPL (A ) Licence, issued in accordance with Annex 1 to the Chicago Convection with a MEP (A) rating.
  • Hold a valid medical certificate issued in accordance with Part-MED
  • Hold a night qualification or a night rating unless the relevant training is to be added to the CPL (A) course
  • Show evidence of language proficiency assessment of at least ICAO level 4
  • Show evidence of having successfully completed all of the required theoretical knowledge examinations at CPL or ATPL level

Have completed of at least 170 hours of flight time

Duration

3 Weeks (Weather Dependent)

The Instrument Rating can be attached to either a PPL or a CPL Licence. This can be flown in a single or twin engine aircraft, however, since our training is based on obtaining a Commercial Pilot Licence with a view to entering the airlines, you are generally required to pass your IR Skill Test in a Multi Engine aircraft.

Pre-Entry Requirements

  • Hold at least PPL (A) issued in accordance with Part-FCL
  • Hold the privilege to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810
  • Hold a valid medical certificate issued in accordance with Part-MED
  • Show evidence of an English language proficiency assessment of at least ICAO Level 4
  • Show evidence of having successfully completed all of the required theoretical knowledge examinations in accordance with FCL.615
  • Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 must be in aeroplanes.

 

Duration

4 Weeks (Weather Dependent)

Pre-Entry Requirements

Before Commencing the CRI (A) course at Aviator Flight Centre, a pilot must have completed:

  • For Multi-engine aeroplanes
    • 500 hours flight time as a pilot on aeroplanes
    • 30 hours as PIC on the applicable class or type of aeroplane
  • For Single-engine aeroplanes
    • 300 hours flight time as a pilot on aeroplanes
    • 30 hours as PIC on the applicable class or type of aeroplane
  • Hold a valid licence issued in accordance with Part-FCL
  • Hold a valid medical certificate issued in accordance with Part-MED
  • Met the general prerequisites for instructors at FCL.915
  • Show evidence of an English language proficiency assessment of at least ICAO Level 4

Training Syllabus

The CRI (A) course comprises 25 hours of teaching and learning instruction, 10 hours of technical training and 5 hours of flight instruction on multi-engine aeroplanes or 3 hours of flight instruction on single-engine aeroplanes.

Duration

14 Days (Weather Dependent)