How to Become an Airline Pilot? A Cantor Air Guide
AIRLINE PILOT - A complete course adaptable to all needs
To become a pilot, you must have completed - and therefore be in possession of the required certification - various modules, which cover various training areas, both practical and theoretical.
Cantor Air ATO includes a wide range of courses in its training offers.
By choosing the modular ATPL course proposed by the ATO, the student will be able to obtain all the necessary licences followed by the best professionals in the sector.
If the student already owns certain licences/qualifications, Cantor Air will find for him the most suitable solution, personalizing the offer, respecting his needs and always maintaining the high standard that distinguishes the school.
WHICH ARE THE MODULES TO WHICH THE STUDENTS WILL HAVE TO FACE WITH?
The modules to face with to become an airline pilot are the followings:
* PPL (Private Pilot Licence)
* ATPL THEORY (Airline Transport Pilot Licence)
* HOURS BUILDING SEP COMPLEX RATING (Single engine piston)
* NIGHT QUALIFICATION
* IR (Instrument Rating)
* MEP and IR-ME ( “Multi Engine Piston” rating e transition of IR on Multi Engine)
* CPL (Commercial Pilot Licence)
* MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation)