This course starts with a new student and takes them through to the European Commercial Pilots Licence.
The course follows this basic order:
- EASA Private Pilot Licence
- Hour Building
- Commercial Pilot Licence Theory & Exams
- EASA Commercial Pilot Licence
At the end of the course you will have 185 hours helicopter flying with over 40 hours of this having been on the Robinson R44. You will also have 70 hours Pilot-In-Command (PIC) time which enables you to go straight on to a European twin engine rating.
Being a helicopter pilot can be a fantastic career and a great alternative to leaving university with large student loans. However, like a degree program getting to that final qualification does take a certain amount of investment. When it comes to financing this we can help through our links with ATPL Finance. They offer specialist training loans to enable you to fulfil your ambition of being a pilot.
If you have any questions or would like to know more then please get in touch.