CPL-A COURSE

COMMERCIAL AIRLINE PILOT LICENSE

CPL-A Course Commercial Airline Pilot

CPL-A COURSE

MODULAR

This license allows the Student to act as pilot-in-command (PIC) or co-pilot of any aircraft dedicated to operations other than commercial air transportation; Act as pilot-in-command in commercial air transport operations on any single-pilot certified aircraft and act as co-pilot in commercial air transport.

REQUIREMENTS

DURATION

The approximate duration of the CPL-A Course is about 8 months, though this depends on the availability of the students and weather conditions. Likewise, if the applicant has passed the theoretical subjects at the ATPL-A level, the duration of the course may be reduced.

COURSE PRICING

BROCHURE

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OBJECTIVE

To obtain the EASA CPL-A Commercial Airplane Pilot license, allowing the holder to act as pilot-in-command (PIC) or co-pilot of an aircraft dedicated to operations other than commercial air transportation; Act as pilot-in-command in commercial air transport operations on any single-pilot certified aircraft and act as co-pilot in commercial air transportation.

GETTING STARTED & GENERAL CONDITIONS

The CPL-A Course can be started at any time and the student-pilot together with World Aviation Flight Academy, will establish a theoretical and practical training schedule, which can be adapted and modified, with prior notice, according to the needs of the students-pilots.
Flight training will be carried out in the periods established by the flight instructor during the hours between 09:00 and sunset, every day of the week, including holidays, according to the availability of programming. The student-pilot must attend all the theoretical and flight classes scheduled, except only those justified for personal reasons, adverse weather, safety or problems of unavailability of aircraft, either due to mandatory revisions or unforeseen breakdowns.
World Aviation Flight Academy reserves the right not to present the student-pilot to the exams if it considers that the student-pilot is not sufficiently prepared to have a reasonable expectation of passing them.
During the course, the student-pilot will be covered with the insurance policies that in each case are in force in accordance with the law, exempting World Aviation Flight Academy from any additional responsibility.

THEORETICAL TRAINING

The theoretical study program of this modular course is the equivalent of the ATPL-A course which includes 650hrs of theoretical instruction in a combined online platform and class-room presence, distributed over 32 weeks. This theoretical ATPL airline transport pilot course allows the student to accredit the theoretical knowledge necessary to take the modular Instrumental Habilitation (IR) courses and obtain the Commercial Pilot License (CPL).
Once the knowledge has been acquired and the internal progress tests have been successfully passed, the student must take the following official theoretical exams.

FLIGHT TRAINING

The practical instruction follows the official program of 15 hours of flight-time for students with Instrument Rating (IR) or 25 hours of flight-time for students who do not have the instrument rating.
At the end of the training, the student will have acquired a minimum total of 200 hours of flight-time including the flight hours of the PPL-A license:

Once the training is done, the flight exam will take approximately 2 hours.

EXAMS

THEORY

The theoretical knowledge exams for FCL Licenses and Authorizations are those established by the EU Commission's Community Regulations on obtaining flight crew licenses in accordance with the requirements of EASA and AESA. The student must obtain a score of at least 75% on test-type exams in the 14 subjects. The exams may be taken at the headquarters in, Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca within the established calendar.

PRACTICAL

Applicants will demonstrate the ability to act as pilot-in-command in the appropriate aircraft category, the procedures and maneuvers corresponding with the level of competence to the privileges granted and must have received flight instruction in the same type of aircraft as the one used for the skill test.
The duration of the skill test is 2 hrs.

FLIGHT ACCREDITATION OBTAINED

EASA CPL(A)

CPL-A

THE COURSE INCLUDES

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THE COURSE DOES NOT INCLUDE

TRAINING CENTRES

MADRID - CUATRO VIENTOS

Main base is Cuatro Vientos Airport in the Southwest area of the city. This dynamic aerodrome offers an ideal training ground with many of the characteristics of the largest airports and a combination of congested airspace with open terrain areas perfect for cross-country flight and navigation. Our modern facilities and classrooms offer a pleasant and professional learning environment.

MÁLAGA - COSTA DEL SOL​

Main base is Málaga-Costa Del Sol International Airport with additional classrooms and training areas in Vélez-Málaga / La Axarquía. The advantages for the student include learning how to operate at various aerodromes with a variety of conditions, from a congested international airport to regional and differently characterized airstrips. In addition, the Costa del Sol offers very varied flight conditions including flight in mountain areas, providing the student-pilot with a complete flight experience.

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