Hours building is only offered as part of a training programme

in order to meet license issue requirements.

At EFT you can take our aircraft anywhere within the contiguous USA,

we have had students fly as far afield as California,

New York and the Bahamas!

Hour Building

Night Rating

 

From $ 1,090

The Night Qualification extends the basic privileges of the EASA PPL to include flight at night. The night rating is perhaps the most enjoyable rating any aviator can achieve, and the one with the least amount of required training time. The qualification allows you to carry passengers at night (subject to certain PPL restriction and licensing currency requirements). This opens up a whole new world of flying possibilities. Flying at night is very different to daylight flying and many pilots find it more rewarding. The night qualification is also a prerequisite for many of the more advanced flying qualification being an integral part of a professional pilot’s skill set.

 

The course comprises of 5 hours flight time in total. Three hours dual (with an instructor) flight training at night and two hours solo, the exercises include night navigation (dual and solo), general handling skills, night landings (dual and solo), emergency procedures and awareness of human factors.

 

All though not mandatory under EASA regulations most students prefer to integrate the night training into the PPL syllabus, and for those looking to become professional pilots it forms part of the professional pilot training programme.

Night Rating

 

From $ 1,092

The Night Qualification extends the basic privileges of the EASA PPL to include flight at night. The night rating is perhaps the most enjoyable rating any aviator can achieve, and the one with the least amount of required training time. The qualification allows you to carry passengers at night (subject to certain PPL restriction and licensing currency requirements). This opens up a whole new world of flying possibilities. Flying at night is very different to daylight flying and many pilots find it more rewarding. The night qualification is also a prerequisite for many of the more advanced flying qualification being an integral part of a professional pilot’s skill set.

 

The course comprises of 5 hours flight time in total. Three hours dual (with an instructor) flight training at night and two hours solo, the exercises include night navigation (dual and solo), general handling skills, night landings (dual and solo), emergency procedures and awareness of human factors.

 

All though not mandatory under EASA regulations most students prefer to integrate the night training into the PPL syllabus, and for those looking to become professional pilots it forms part of the professional pilot training programme.

Multi Engine Rating

 

From $ 2,800

The Multi-Engine Rating (MEP) extends the privileges of the Private Pilot’s Licence or Commercial Pilot’s Licence to allow the pilot to fly aircraft with more than one power plant. It is of the utmost importance that flight instruction for the MEP rating is accompanied with structured ground school and appropriate preflight briefings. A relatively inexperienced pilot acting as pilot-in-command of a complex multi-engine aircraft must have sound theoretical knowledge, as well as flight skills, to be able to deal with any situation.

 

This can only be assured through careful and thorough instruction, on the ground and in the air. In EFT’s experience, there is a temptation in some training organisations to proceed to the emergency section of the course without ensuring that the student has properly understood the differences in control techniques between single-engine and multi-engine aircraft. In MEP training, as with other courses, the phrase “don’t run before you can walk” must be heeded to produce polished and safe flying skills.

 

The MEP course consists of 6 hours of dual (with instructor) flight training, 7 hours of structured ground school and briefings. A written examination consisting of 60 multiple-choice questions must be answered prior to undertaking the MEP flight test with one of our in-house examiners.

Jet Familiarisation

Course

 

From $ 5,000

The European Flight Training’s Jet Transition Course uses our state of the art Bombardier CRJ-200 FTD. This three day programme consists of two phases. The first phase is 12 hours of ground school using state of the art visual and computer based training equipment.

 

The second phase is 8 hours in our visual CRJ FTD, of which 4 hours are in the right seat and 4 hours are in the left seat. The instructors teaching this course are former CRJ airline pilots. At completion of this course, you will receive a graduation certificate for a Jet familiarisation course.

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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