Entry Requirements

Be at least 17 years of age to apply (18 to commence training). 
Be able to obtain an EASA Class 1 medical without restrictions. To be taken upon arrival to Spain.

Mandatory: Passing our admission tests which include Personality, English, Mathematics and Physics.

Suggested: Completed secondary or high school education.

Admission tests which will be taken online from home:

  •  Aptitude testSymbiotic ADAPT test

The system features 64 proven aviation specific psychological profiles mapped to 64 specific aviation training organization profiles that integrate for fitting individuals to roles, taking nationality and culture into account. According to the company, ADAPT Online Pilot Selection can be used by aviation organizations anywhere in the world with a wide range of contextual settings for different cultures, languages, specific air domains or environmental situations. Test styles are nondiscriminatory to gender, ethnicity, age or learning backgrounds.

  • English for non-native speakers. Minimum equivalent level is ICAO 4 and will be tested in our admission tests. No certificate will be acceptable therefore no need to take IELTS, Cambridge, Toefl, First, etc, tests.
  • Mathematics & Physics Time controlled tests are compliant with IATA standards.

Airline Transport Pilot License

FLYBYSCHOOL is an internationally-recognized flight academy located in sunny León and Burgos (Flight Operations), Spain. We offer EASA Integrated Course for International students planning careers as professional airline pilots.  Courses beginning every two months. 

Our facilities

The EASA Integrated course takes students with little or no flying experience to a Commercial Pilot's License (CPL) with a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME-IR) referred to as the 'frozen' ATPL. The course also includes a Multi Crew Co-operation (MCC) course, which is required to proceed to Type Rating. Once Type Training has been completed, pilots can be employed as First Officer with an airline.

Graduate pilots with a 'frozen' ATPL are free to fly for any airline that will accept the most respected license in the industry: European EASA. Students will need to train for a specific Type Rating on the aircraft the airline operates. Most airlines will initially assign new First Officers to "short haul" fleets so they can build experience in the more demanding departure and approach phases of flight. Once an ATPL holder has gained 1,500 hours experience, the ATPL becomes 'unfrozen' and they are then eligible to be considered for promotion to Captain.

The course is designed to be completed in 14 months.

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