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How to become a Pilot

Pilot training is a complex training with many options available to follow. UnitedSky designed an effective training pattern complying with all regulations in order to guarantee maximum satisfaction and high standarts. Pilots must receive a very professional training to safely operate high-tech aircrafts carrying hundreds of passengers. UnitedSky is fully concerned and dedicated to maintain perfection to protect its reputation. Currently an optimal flight training pattern from Ab Initio to ATPL Frozen has been implemented to provide a streamlined Professional Pilot Training.

Aviation training is a multi-stage process. It consists of a series of theoretical and practical training. Depending on whether the person wants to fly recreationally or professionally, subsequent degrees of permissions and licenses are obtained. For both airplane and helicopter pilots, the first stage of flight training is a tourist license.

Unitedsky is also assisting its students to find the optimal path for each individual, eliminating additional stress for the candidate .Regardless of the background of the candidate, it is possible to find and follow a tailored pattern of training to reach the target level of proficiency.

There are different levels for pilot training. To become a Professional pilot flying for commercial purposes a candidate must undergo flight trainings at an Approved Training Organisation(ATO). After successfully completing the necessary programs a candidate can acquire pilot licenses.

_ PRELIMINARY REQUIREMENTS TO START THE PILOT CAREER:

  • over 16 years old
  • at least 2 classes of junior high school or equivalent school completed
  • has a positive aero-medical certificate of the 2nd class for tourist license and 1st class for commercial license

More information about different trainings you can found on “TRAININGS FOR YOU”.

_ THE PILOT CAREER

” FROM O TO HERO ” _ TRAINING PLAN :

I. PPL(A) THEORY _ Private Pilot License 

PPL(A)

II. PPL(A) PRACTICAL _ Private Pilot License 

Grafika PPL(A) PRAC

III. NVFR _ Night Flight Rating

NVFR

IV. ATPL Theory _ Airline Transport Pilot License

ATPL

V. IR/SE _ Single Engine Instrument Rating

IR

VI. MEP(L) _ Multi-Engine Rating

MEPL

VII. ME/IR Upgrade _ Multi-Engine Instrument Rating

ME

VIII. CPL _ Commercial Pilot

CPL
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