Theorical training

100 hours of classroom time

– Air law
– Aircraft general knowledge
– Flight performance and planning
– Human performance and limitations
– Meteorology
– Operational procedures
– Navigation
– Principles of flight
– Communication

Practical training

45 hours of flight time

25 hours must be of dual instruction
– 10 hours of solo flight
– Pilot in command
– 5 hours of flight to other airports included
– The remaining 10 hours can be flown in any in-flight activity. 5 hours can be dedicated to the flight simulator. The remaining hours, should the pilot be interested in the step up to an aircraft with new-generation instruments, can be flown on the DA40

Aircraft used

Single-engine DA20

D-SIM simulator


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4-6 months according to availability