How to Become an Airline Pilot

How to Become an Airline Pilot

HOW TO BECOME AN AIRLINE PILOT

The growing global demand for pilots is providing a unique opportunity to aspiring commercial pilots to make their dream come true. But it takes more than just a dream to achieve your full potential. It takes, commitment, dedication and perseverance. Avyanna Aviation is your partner in this journey. We are here to guide you, to advise you, to provide you with the means of becoming not only a skilled aircraft operator but a true professional aviator. At the end of the journey, it is up to you to truly earn your wings for success.

How to become an airline pilot?

The airline pilot training programme is only 15 months long and you do not need to have any previous flight experience. The programme offers ground school studies supported by high-tech training equipment combined with practical flight training in real aeroplanes as well as in flight simulators. During the 15 months, you will live inside the campus area in modern student room with high-speed internet and own bathroom. You will have daily classes together with your classmates and regular training flights on our fleet of brand new aeroplanes. You will learn all theory required to operate as a commercial airline pilot, and you will fly up to 200 hours on single engine and multi-engine aeroplane. This education will give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience, although it will require a lot of dedication, commitment and hard work from you as a student pilot. But in the end it will be a rewarding career path if you love to fly, travel around the world and meet people from different countries and cultures.

How do I apply to the academy?

These are the steps you need to follow to apply to AAA. If you have any questions, or need any assistance, just contact our service team at any time & we will guide you through the process.
  1. Send the application
  2. Do the Qualification test
  3. Personal Interview
  4. Acceptance
  5. Payment of registration fee
  6. Registration as a student
  7. Personal contact with the student service team
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