We give our courses in different operational bases through our training centres located in Cuatro Vientos Airport – Madrid, Malaga International Airport and Girona Airport.
Located in the southwest area of Madrid. Founded in 1911, it is one of the oldest airports in the world and the cradle of Spanish aviation.
This dynamic airfield offers an ideal training field with many of the features of larger airports and a combination of congested airspace with open terrain areas perfect for navigation and field flights.
In addition to Malaga International Airport, we have additional classrooms and training areas at Velez-Malaga aerodrome, La Axarquia.
Here students will have the opportunity to learn how to operate at different airfields under a wide variety of conditions, from a congested international airport to regional runways. Also, the Costa del Sol offers multiple flying conditions, including flying in mountainous areas, which provides the student-pilot with a complete flying experience.
Girona-Costa Brava Airport is located 12.5 kilometres southwest of the city of Girona, in the northwest of Catalonia, Spain. This airport, perfectly connected to the Costa Brava and the Pyrenees, serves as an alternative to Barcelona as it is only 74 kilometres north of the city centre. It is also convenient for the Costa Brava resorts of Lloret de Mar, l’Estartit and Blanes. Only 40 minutes drive from the French border, it is used by many people to reach the Pyrenees and the ski resorts of Andorra.
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