Courses and Qualifications

Familiarization and standardization courses for pilots.

Available in: Spain, Poland & Argentina


Multi Crew Cooperation


Jet Orientation Course


Upset Prevention Recovery Training


Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC)

It mainly affects cockpit coordination, decision-making, and task sharing among high-performance airplane pilots, and it is also a mandatory requirement to access airlines.

The courses taken in the A320 simulator train the pilot in the Airbus operating philosophy, which is shared by all the aircraft families of this manufacturer (A330, A340, A350 and A380) and which provides great added value to the course by being the most widespread aircraft in Spain and Europe.

It is more and more frequent that companies need to reach a higher level of training, for this reason we offer different training options that improve the traditional MCC course.

Students will be able to take a course of excellence thanks to the combination of Jet Orientation Course (JOC) + Multi Crew Cooperation Course (MCC) or with the Airline Pilot Standards – Multi Crew Cooperation Course (MCC APS), the latter can be considered a pre -qualification.

  • PPL (A) / CPL (A) airplane pilot license, valid IR / MEP rating and level of English.
  • Theoretical course (25 hours):
  • Crew Resource Management (CRM)
  • Threat and Error Management (TEM)
  • Leadership and authority. Exercise of assertiveness and resilience.
  • Personality, attitude and motivation.
  • Effective communication.
  • Use of checklists.
  • Mutual supervision.
  • Information and help.
  • Normal and emergency procedures.
  • Systems and performances Airbus A320
  • 4 sessions (4:00 p.m.) of Multi Crew Cooperation.
  • 1 sessions (04:00 hours) of LOFT type flight (Line Oriented Flight Training).
  • 10 hours of flight in FNPT-II PF simulator.


Jet Orientation Course (JOC)

Transition from the basic commercial training environment (piston engine aircraft) to jet airline operations easily. Jet orientation course develops pilot’s handling skills and spatial awareness within the jet environment. For many airlines the completion of a JOC is a mandatory prerequisite to the pilot selection process.

  • Introduction of jet aircraft.
  • Jet engine versus piston engine differences.
  • Basic principles of flying specified airplane.
  • Power concept.
  • Systems familiarization.
  • Optimum use of automation.
  • General handling and IFR flying in the jet environment.
  • Precision and Non-Precision approaches.
  • Checklist and Briefings.
  • Mutual work and task sharing in a jet aircraft environment.
  • Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Cockpit Procedure Training.
  • Comercial airline pilot duties.
  • 1 session (04:00 hoors) of Swept Wing Aircrafts.
  • Pilot flying (PF).
  • Pilot Non-flying (PNF).
  • Briefing & De-briefing.

Upset Prevention Recovery Training (UPRT)

The objective of the course, in accordance with FCL.745.A, is to train the pilot to understand how to deal with the physiological and psychological aspects of the different dynamic situations on airplanes and to develop the necessary competence and resistance to be able to apply recovery techniques appropriate during loss of control.

We have several aircraft authorized to carry out the course as well as highly qualified instructors who come from acrobatic flight and who have even been Spanish champions in this modality.

The UPRT course is mandatory to be able to enter airlines in Europe and carry out the first professional qualification. Flyschool students have the UPRT module included in all professional pilot courses.

We have the course for UPRT instructors (FI-UPRT).

  • EASA Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and Class 1 Medical Certificate in force.


Private & Commercial Pilot Licence (Airplane)

PPL (A) & CPL (A)

Private & Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter)


Private Airplane Pilot (PPL)

It empowers the owner to operate single-engine land of up to 5,700 kg of maximum take-off weight.

Forty (40) hours minimum of which will be:

  • Thirty (30) hours of dual command, including (6) hours of cross-country flight and ten (10) hours of local solo flight.
  • The minimum time to complete this course is thirty (30) days and the maximum is two (2) years.
  • Minimum age 16 years and 9 months.
  • Psychophysical examination APTO in force (CLASS II).
  • Primary studies approved.
  • Children under 18 must have an authorization from both parents or guardians, certified by a notary public.

Commercial Airplane Pilot (CPL)

With ICAO license and simultaneous validation in European EASA (optional).

This official course is aimed at candidates who wish to make commercial aviation in airlines a profession for the future under a standard of excellence. It is an intensive course where the rhythm is set by the school and the student is guided at all times to take the Argentine and European licenses simultaneously under a strict academic process.

  • Instrument flight theory.
  • Basic air navigation.
  • Aerodynamics.
  • Basic Meteorology.
  • Rules, regulations and air traffic services.
  • Performance Power Unit.
  • Flight and engine instruments.
  • Instrument flight theory.
  • The license requires 200 flight hours, which are divided into: 80 hours of command navigation, 15 hours of flight simulator, 15 hours of instrument flight (under hood), 10 hours of night flight and the remaining 80 hours of flight local and / or crossing.
  • Finally, an examination will be carried out before an inspector authorized by ANAC.

Private Helicopter Pilot (PPL) H

A minimum of 40 flight hours must be completed, distributed as follows:

  • Double command 30 hours.
  • Student flew only 10 hours.

Of the total of 30 hours of double command, at least:

  • Six (6) hours of cross-country flight. In one of these flights, they must cover a distance of no less than one hundred eighty-five (185) kilometers between the local aerodrome and the destination one.

If the student has a private plane, glider or helicopter pilot license or certificate, the course may be reduced to 9 hours of dual command, 6 hours of navigation and 5 hours of solo flight; as long as a minimum of ten (10) hours as a Pilot is accredited from the obtaining of the respective License or Certificate of Competence.

Commercial Helicopter Pilot (CPL) H

This official course differs from the PPH by granting the pilot the ability to practice the profession of Professional Helicopter Pilot on a remunerated basis, being also trained to transport passengers.

  • Aerodynamics, structure and flight manual.
  • Aeronautical legislation and documentation.
  • Stability, control and performance.
  • Powertrain and transmission.
  • Flight and engine instruments.
  • Applied meteorology.
  • Air navigation.
  • Radioelectric systems.
  • Flight regulations and air traffic services.
  • Survival, search and rescue.
  • Instrument flight.
  • Prevention of aviation accidents.
  • Human factors.
  • The license requires 150 hours of flight as pilot in command, of which 40 hours are crossing, making two landings at two different aerodromes, 10 hours of instrument flight (under hood), 5 hours of double command night flight with no less than 10 takeoffs with ascent to 200 meters. height each, and the rest until the required experience is total.
  • Finally, an examination will be carried out before an inspector authorized by ANAC.