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EASA PPL

The PPL is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot. With remote theory courses, you can complete your ground training from home.
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FAA PPL

FAA Online Courses allow you to complete all ground training for PPL anywhere.
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EASA Night Rating

The Night Rating course is a Natural step after completing PPL(A). This rating allows students to fly after sunset in VFR conditions, making Time Building more flexible & enjoyable.
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EASA Instrument Rating

This allows flight instructors to teach future pilots and with the IRI you can also teach pilots how to fly according to IFR. This can be done while building your flight hours.
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FAA Instrument Rating

This Rating extends the privileges of PPL(A) or CPL(A), and allows pilots to fly according to IFR in cloudy weather or any other circumstance of reduced visibility.
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EASA – CPL

This course is one of the final steps in becoming a professional pilot. It allows you to work as a pilot for compensation.
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EASA Multi-Engine Piston

Attaining the EASA Multi-Engine Piston - MEP (A) rating extends the privileges of EASA Private Pilot License - PPL (A) and Commercial Pilot License - CPL (A) which allows you to fly aircraft with more than one engine.
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FAA – CPL

This course is one of the final steps in becoming a professional pilot. It allows you to work as a pilot for compensation.
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FAA Multi-Engine Land

Learn to fly an aircraft with two engines by getting your Multi-Engine Land - MEL(A) Rating. Get your MEL (A) qualification added to your FAA Private Pilot License - PPL (A) and FAA Commercial Pilot License - CPL (A).
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EASA Flight Instructor Course

Allows Flight instructors to teach future pilots, and with the IRI, you can also teach pilots how to fly according to IFR, all while building your overall flight hours. Additionally, one may have the possibility to to experience being an FI in one of FA’s excellent. bases.
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