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European Flight Training
3800 Saint Lucie Blvd 
Fort Pierce, Florida 34946

EASA EFT European Flight Training

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AIRLINE PILOT PROGRAMME

EASA Fast Track

 

Starting at $ 49,992

Prices include all landing fees,Instrument approach fees and taxes

PPL Holders  $ 39,992

15

34

6 Weeks

EASA Private Pilots License

FAA Private Pilots License

83.5

Whilst in ATPL Ground School

Hour Building

1.5

41.8

5 Weeks

FAA Instrument Rating

40 Weeks

EASA ATPL Ground School

Full time ground school 5 days per week

2

16

3 Weeks

EASA Commercial Pilots License

1

6

1 Week

55 Weeks

EASA Multi Engine Rating

Total Time

By following this route successfully you will be qualified to fly for the airlines in Europe

in as little as 12 months at a fraction of the cost of doing the same in Europe.

 

It is essential to realise there will be no compromise in quality. European Flight Training only utilises fully qualified European instructors and you will be trained to the highest standards focusing on the European Licence requirements which will meet or exceed the standard needed to pass the FAA flight tests.

 

Our EASA Airline Pilot Programme combines the best of both worlds, broadening your knowledge as a pilot,

and offering two licenses

at a cost often lower than obtaining just one in Europe.

 

Each phase is designed to ensure that you meet

the regulatory

requirements for the next phase.

Your foundation begins with a combined EASA and FAA PPL. European Flight Training’s integrated approved syllabus covers the EASA & FAA PPL and Night Rating.

 

Once complete, you can immediately enter Phase 2 without having to wait for EASA to issue your PPL as you will have an ICAO license when you achieve your FAA PPL.

The EASA Airline Transport Pilots License Theory course is a six month program where you attend workshops in the classroom for 20 hours per week preparing for the 14 written exams that will qualify you for the EASA commercial license, the EASA instrument rating, and the EASA ATPL.

 

As described in detail on the ATPL page, the program is a hybrid of residential and distance learning to find the best of both courses. Unlike a full time residential course, our instructors do not waste time reading from the manuals. Rather, they spend their time discussing and teaching the subject in detail which leaves you the rest of the day to self-study the question bank.

 

During this phase you will also build several hours per week pilot in command time. This is essential to your overall progress and helps to keep you motivated and increases your skills. We see, time and time again, when students give up flying during their academic phase and how much they can struggle later on which can lead to additional training if needed. Airlines prefer the integrated approach to training for good reason; after all, you’re studying to be a better pilot not a university professor!

After completing your last EASA ATPL theory exams you will immediately commence your FAA Instrument Rating. This serves your final goal in several ways. To begin with, it allows you a much more cost effective way to obtain your EASA Instrument Rating by reducing the course required in Europe. Secondly, the training counts towards the vital 200 hours total time required under EASA regulations before you can take the CPL flight test. Thirdly, once you have obtained the FAA IR you can build essential Pilot in Command time under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) which is extremely beneficial during the conversion to your EASA IR. Benefits and savings all around!

 

It is essential for you to appreciate that your FAA IR course will be conducted by our European instructors and meets the requirements of the EASA IR syllabus. In every sense, you will be doing the same training as if you were enrolled on the EASA IR Course (USA portion), which consists of 40 hours of training.It is required by regulation that you undertake local familiarization/acclimatization back in the UK or Europe which experience has shown is normally around 15 hours. However, if you obtain 50 hours PIC under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules), which you could do following our program detailed above, you are actually exempt from the minimum IR training requirement back in Europe.

The next phase could be either the EASA Commercial Pilots License or the Multi Engine Piston training. If your choice is to do the CPL in a multiengine aircraft then the multi training would need to be completed first (6 hours minimum). If you chose to do your CPL in a single engine aircraft then you would proceed straight to the CPL course. The CPL training will culminate in a flight test with an examiner appointed by the Authority and can be conducted in either a Single Engine Piston (Land) or Multi Engine Piston (Land) depending on your selected aircraft training choice.

The next phase could be either the EASA Commercial Pilots License or the Multi Engine Piston training. If your choice is to do the CPL in a multiengine aircraft then the multi training would need to be completed first (6 hours minimum). If you chose to do your CPL in a single engine aircraft then you would proceed straight to the CPL course. The CPL training will culminate in a flight test with an examiner appointed by the Authority and can be conducted in either a Single Engine Piston (Land) or Multi Engine Piston (Land) depending on your selected aircraft training choice.

If you completed your CPL in a single engine aircraft you will now need to get your multi engine privileges by completing your Multi Engine Piston (Land) rating.

European Flight Training started in 1999 as an aviation school offering EASA Flight Training in Florida and has developed into one of the most prestigious aviation flight schools in the United States.

 

European Flight Training offers, through its parent company Aviator College, an Aviation Degree Program which has specific emphasis on the pilot training aspects needed to meet the requirements of the commercial airline pilot industry.

EFT is one of the few flight schools in the USA to offer approved training for the European pilot’s license, zero through ATPL, at its approved EASA ATO number 0008.

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