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26/3/2015

Nos formations intégrées sont les formations les plus continues que vous puissiez trouver à l’heure actuelle.

En effet, ces programmes intensifs vous permettent, en moins de deux ans, d’obtenir les licences et qualifications nécessaires pour pouvoir postuler en tant que pilote commercial !

Les programmes sont chacun divisés en 4 phases, successives, représentant un total de 21 à 23 mois.

Les candidats intégrés ont la possibilité de réaliser l’ensemble de leur cursus en Belgique ou d’allier le meilleur de ce que les Etats Unis et l’Europe peuvent vous offrir.

 

Détails des deux programmes intégrés possible :

 

—————————————- BELGIUM —————————————-

PHASE 1 – ATPL Ground course – Belgium                                                 8 Months*

° Brush-up courses in maths & physics

° 768 hours of ATPL ground courses

° Official written exams at the BCAA

° 6 hours of Long Briefing

° 2 hours of simulator

° Observation flights

                                          

PHASE 2 – Basic Flight Training – Belgium                                                 7 Months*

° 28 hours of long briefings

° 47 hours of dual flight on C150

° 11 hours of solo flight on  C150

° Night Rating

° 35 hours of solo flight (structured time building) on C150

° Final EASA 2 hours skill test

 

PHASE 3 – Advanced Flight Training – Belgium                                        7 Months*

° 20 hours of long briefings

° 50 hours of ME simulator (Instrument Rating)

° 25 hours of dual flight (Instrument Rating) on DA42

° 20 hours of SPIC* flight (IFR cross country) on DA42

° Final CPL/IR/ME Skill Test

*SPIC: Student Pilot In Command (= flight with a flight instructor who acts as a safety pilot)

 

PHASE 4 – MCC – Belgium                                                                                   1 Month*

° 25 hours ground course

° 20 hours A320 simulator

 

 

—————————————- BELGIUM / USA —————————————-

 

PHASE 1 – ATPL Ground course – Belgium                                                 8 Months*

 Brush-up courses in maths & physics

 768 hours of ATPL ground courses

 Official written exams at the BCAA

 6 hours of Long Briefing

 Up to 10 hours of simulator

 Observation flights

 

PHASE 2 – Basic Flight Training – Florida/USA                                         5 Months*

 18 hours of ground courses + FAA PPL written test

 28 hours of long briefings

 47 hours of dual flight on Piper Cadet

 11 hours of solo flight on Piper Cadet

 Night Rating

 FAA PPL 2 hours Skill Tests

 35 hours of solo flight (structured time building) on Piper Warrior

 Final EASA progress check

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PHASE 3 – Advanced Flight Training – Belgium                                        7 Months*

 20 hours of long briefings

 50 hours of ME simulator (Instrument Rating)

 25 hours of dual flight (Instrument Rating) on DA42

 20 hours of SPIC* flight (IFR cross country) on DA42

 Final CPL/IR/ME Skill Test

*SPIC: Student Pilot In Command (= flight with a flight instructor who acts as a safety pilot)

 

PHASE 4 – MCC – Belgium                                                                                   1 Month*

 25 hours ground course

 20 hours A320 simulator