Pricing

Trainings

Training name Type of training Price
Training for a new FNTPII type
Practical Training
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Training for a new T-2006 type
Practical Training
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Training for a new P-mentor type
Practical Training
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Training for a new ALX type
Practical Training
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BIR 10h
Practical Training
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CPL(A) without BIR
Practical Training
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CPL(A) with BIR
Practical Training
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IR/SE
Practical Training
-
MEPL
Practical Training
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PPL
Integrated training
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VFR night
Practical Training
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IR/SE+ MEP(L)+ IR/ME
Practical Training
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MEP(L)+IR/ME+CPL
Practical Training
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MEP(L)+IR/ME+CPL+MCC+JOC/MCC
Practical Training
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IR/ME
Practical Training
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Recruitment workshops
Theoretical Training
EUR 450
EASA Flight Instructor (FI)
Integrated training
EUR 8 000
EASA Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
Integrated training
EUR 1 500
Multi-Crew Cooperation Jet Orientation Course
Integrated training
EUR 2 500
ATPL Airline Transport Pilot License
Theoretical Training
EUR 2 000
CPL ME IR
Practical Training
EUR 20 000

Training is exempt from 23% VAT but does not include landing and testing fees.

Additional charges
Name Price
Medical examination (required)
EUR 500
FAQ

Frequently asked questions

To start any of our courses you must have at least an EASA PPL(A) licence. If you want to join the CPL + MEP + ME/IR training, you need ATP(L) theory and 70 hours of command flight (PIC). In addition, you need an EASA medical class 1 certificate and an EU/UK passport or Schengen visa.

For detailed requirements, please contact our office.

All people who start training at UnitedSky already have a PPL(A) tourist aircraft pilot license. It can be obtained at any aviation school. If you already have a PPL license, you can continue your education as a professional pilot. At UnitedSky we provide all necessary courses, including ATPL theoretical training, CPL + MEP + ME/IR integrated training as well as MCC/JOC, AUPRT, FI training. You can see the full offer on the training website.

Yes. At UnitedSky, we train people both from Poland and abroad. We perfectly understand how important effective communication in an international environment is as a professional pilot. All lectures, training materials and exams are available in English. Our staff is an international team of instructors with extensive experience in training people from Poland and foreigners. Theoretical and practical examinations can be taken under any EASA body.

ATP(L) theoretical training, including exams, may take approximately one year. Practical training for CPL, ME/IR, MCC and AUPRT qualifications can be completed in up to 12 weeks.

The CPL + MEP + ME/IR modular training includes 9 hours of theoretical lectures, 40 simulator exercises and 40 hours of flight in an airplane. If you do practice and theory at the same time, you can complete the course in 8 weeks.

All students who start learning with us have already obtained a PPL license. The next step is theoretical ATPL training. Passing the theory is required to take the integrated CPL + MEP + ME/IR course. We encourage you to take part in the ATPL course at UnitedSky, which you can sign up for here.

It all depends on the type and extent of the defect. If the defect was detected during medical examinations, you probably need to use correction and wear glasses. It is essential to carry a spare pair with you during flight operations. The permissible limit value of vision defect is -5 diopters. If the defect worsens, Polish legal regulations prohibit further work as a pilot.

Age: Pilot age restrictions vary by license type. In the case of training for a PPL(A) tourist aircraft pilot license, you must be 16 years old before starting the theoretical part and 17 years old before taking your first flights.

In order to obtain a CPL(A) commercial pilot license, the minimum age is 18 years.

For an ATPL transport aircraft pilot license, the minimum age is 21 years.

The maximum age for a pilot is 65 years, with the possibility of extension to 70 years, provided that regular medical examinations and health requirements are met.

Weight: There are no regulations regarding the minimum and maximum weight of a professional pilot. However, class 2 obesity (with a BMI over 35) may be a problem.

Height: There are no regulations regarding the minimum and maximum height of a commercial pilot.

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) sets health requirements for the pilot profession. Detailed guidelines can be found here.

Before registering for training, we recommend a doctor’s visit and check-ups to make sure that there are no contraindications to work in the profession. Before taking the tests and starting the course, factors such as obesity, diabetes, heart and circulatory system function, neurological problems and fainting should be taken into account. The research also assesses mental health.

All detailed cost information can be found in our price list. In addition to the amount for the course itself, you should also remember about additional costs, such as: landing fee and examiner. The aircraft rental for the test is included in the course price of EUR 20,000.

Before making a payment, please contact our office. You will receive a message from us confirming receipt of your application and further details.

Payment for the training can be made via bank transfer. To reserve a place on the course, you must pay an advance payment of EUR 1,000.

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