Aerodynamics Academy modular courses

Do you just need one licence in particular? We offer a wide range of modular courses to choose from that suit all needs.

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What do the modular courses cover?

Modules, subjects, licences and qualifications

You can find specific information on each modular pilot course below:

This module lasts between 8 and 12 weeks.

Our PPL course prepares you to fly single-engine aircraft as pilot in command, provided that it is not a paid position. This training course is the first step towards attaining a commercial pilot and airline transport pilot licence at your own pace. It is also perfect if your goal is simply to fly for fun.

The PPL theory course comprises 9 subjects which can be completed either in person (5 weeks) or remotely (online). This stage ends with the 9 official exams which you will also sit here at our facilities.

The subjects are:

  • Air Law
  • Human Performance
  • Operational Procedures
  • Communications
  • Performance 
  • Principles of Flight
  • Navigation
  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Meteorology

The practical part of the private pilot course comprises 5 hours in a FNPT II flight simulator and 40 hours’ flight time in a single-engine aircraft, 10 of which as pilot in command.

The flying phase of the course comes to a close with a practical exam carried out by an examiner authorised by the Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA)

Aerodynamics Academy offers a variety of courses for converting ICAO licences and qualifications to EASA specifications.
 
We are specialists in these types of courses and we have trained hundreds of EASA-licensed pilots at our aeronautics school in everything from the necessary theory to the flying element, so that they can attain the credits they require.
 
Licence and qualification conversion:
 
  • PRIVATE PILOT
  • COMMERCIAL PILOT
  • SEIR/MEIR QUALIFICATIONS
  • A320-type rating conversions

All of our practical flying courses are structured in accordance with the pilot’s experience.

Get in touch with our training advisor for personalised guidance at:

0034 673 55 03 01 

In-person learning (full-time):

Aerodynamics Academy offers you the chance to complete the 14 theory exams which make up this module in just 6 months. Classes are given on our campus Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. We boast the best study tools and instructors, many of whom are active airline captains.

Our course is split into three stages, with each of them ending with their respective official exam, sat here at our Austro Control and EASA-authorised centre

Blended or distance learning:

We feature an online study platform where students can find all of the course materials, study guides, self-evaluation tests, question banks and videos they will need, among many other resources, and it allows them to track their progress. This is complemented by in-person classes (brush-up weeks) with instructors at our school before sitting the official exams.

This is the perfect solutions for those who have limited time or who work or study alongside this course.

The subjects are:

  • Air Law
  • Human Performance
  • Operational Procedures
  • Communications
  • Performance 
  • Principles of Flight
  • Navigation
  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Meteorology

Our theory and practical training is completed in English.

Studying at Aerodynamics Academy makes it easy for you to achieve the necessary amount of flight hours for each licence. Thanks to its privileged location in Málaga on the Costa del Sol, you will be able to take full advantage of excellent meteorological conditions all year long and complete the flight hours that you need for each step of your training.


You will be able to accumulate 100 hours as pilot in command in 6 to 8 weeks, depending only on your availability to fly.


Our training school is open from Monday to Sunday.

With our VFR Night course, you will obtain the qualification allowing you to fly after sunset.


Theory: 4 hours
Flight: 5 hours in a single-engine aircraft


Duration 2-3 days

The MEP (land) class rating will allow you fly land multi-engine piston aircraft and act as pilot in command (PIC) of a certified single-pilot multi-engine aircraft.


Theory: 8 hours


Flight: 6 hours in a multi-engine aircraft and practical exam


Duration 4-5 days

On completing this course you will be qualified to fly with instrument ratings (IR). You can complete this course in an advanced single- (SEIR) or multi-engine aircraft (MEIR), meaning that you will be able to fly in IMC conditions, i.e., adverse meteorological conditions that require you to fly according to instrumental references and not external visual references.
Theory: 8 hours
Training in a FNPT II flight simulator: 40 hours

Advanced single- or multi-engine IR flight: 15 hours

FTD-1 A320 flight simulator: 3 hours (PBN)

Practical flight test

Duration 6-7 weeks

This licence allows you to work as pilot in command on commercial flights and in aerial work, in addition to as co-pilot on commercial air transport flights.


Once you have successfully completed all previous courses, this training comprises 15 flight hours.


Duration: 10 days.

The Airline Pilot Standards Multi-Crew Cooperation (APS MCC) course is an improved version of the MCC course. This course trains multi-crew jet aircraft pilots in line with aviation company standards. It has been designed to provide new pilots with all the knowledge and skills they will need to pass entrance tests for aviation companies and to enable pilots to successfully adapt to the workplace.


Our Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) programme with airline procedure standardisation is completed in our Airbus A320 flight simulator, which is approved by the Spanish civil aviation authority, meaning that you can assure your position of first officer by passing the entry exams for any airline.

 
0034 673 55 03 01 

This course will take you the peak of your profession. You will be ready to share your knowledge with students and continuously improve their abilities as a pilot or instructor in a professional context. It is not just a training course, but also opens the door to an additional profession within the aviation sector!

This training course is included in our flight instructor programme. This part of the theory training is designed to develop students’ skills as an instructor with a focus on the learning process, and teaching and feedback techniques in the classroom, flight simulator and real-world environments.

Course content:

  • 125 hours of in-person classes
  • 30 hours of flight training
  • Duration: 8 weeks

With a total of 9 subjects and unlimited study time on our online platform, here you will find all the material you need to pass the 9 official exams that you can sit at our centre every month of the year. A minimum of 30 in-person classroom study hours with our instructors are needed in order to answer any doubts and questions that you may have. You must complete these hours before sitting the official EASA exams, and you can either do so in a single week or distribute them according to your availability.

There are 14 subjects that you have to pass on the ATPL course. Each stage is made up of approximately 3 months of distance learning (an average of 15 hours per week), complemented by our specially designed online study platform, which contains all the study guides and tools you will need to pass the EASA exams.

Official EASA exams are held at our centre every 7 weeks.

Course requirements: Hold an EASA or ICAO PPL

Online/distance Instrument Rating (IR) theory course

There are 7 subjects that you have to pass on the ATPL course. Each stage is made up of approximately 2 months of distance learning (an average of 15 hours per week), complemented by our specially designed online study platform which contains all the
study guides and tools you will need to pass the EASA exams.

Official EASA exams are held at our centre every 7 weeks.

The course allows you to start instrument flight training as an addition to your PPL or CPL licence.

Course requirements: Hold an EASA or ICAO PPL

There are 7 subjects that you have to pass on the ATPL course. Each stage is made up of approximately 2 months of distance learning (an average of 15 hours per week), complemented by our specially designed online study platform which contains all the

study guides and tools you will need to pass the EASA exams.

Official EASA exams are held at our centre every 7 weeks.

The course allows you to start instrument flight training as an addition to your PPL or CPL licence.

Course requirements: Hold an EASA or ICAO PPL

The subjects are:

  • Air Law and ATC Procedures
  • Meteorology
  • IFR Communications
  • Radio Navigation (PBN)
  • Human Performance
  • Instrumentation
  • Flight Planning

There are 13 subjects that you have to pass on the ATPL course. Each stage is made up of approximately 3 months of distance learning (an average of 15 hours per week), complemented by our online training.


At the end of each stage there are 4 days of in-person classes where you go over the subjects studied and exam techniques, before sitting the EASA exams at our centre, which you can do every 7 weeks.

Course requirements: Hold an EASA or ICAO PPL

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