Pilot Time Building in Spain

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Are you a newly qualified pilot with a PPL (Private Pilot License) and considering becoming an airline pilot?

At Aerodynamics Academy, you can train to obtain your CPL (Commercial Pilot License). With this type of training, the necessary flight hours to start the next phase of training are accelerated.


The added advantages of this module within the pilot course are the excellent weather conditions in the region (Costa del Sol, Malaga), as well as the possibility of visiting the main airports in the south of Spain and completing the necessary elements for your advanced flight training in less time, and thus obtaining your EASA Commercial Pilot License.



Pilot time building

Time Building

This essential part of the training is generally performed during the ATPL ground school. Make the most out of the exceptional weather conditions of the region (Costa del Sol, Malaga), visit major airports in the south of Spain, and complete the necessary elements towards your advanced flight training in order to achieve your EASA Commercial Pilot Licence.


Fly 100 hours in as little as 6 weeks, the Time Build doesn’t need to be boring, long, nor expensive..


Weather conditions
Wide fleet of planes
Affordable all-inclusive rates
Accelerated training
Schedule from Monday to Sunday

Night Rating VFR

Private Pilot's Licence PPL (A)

Night Rating is one of the most exciting elements of commercial pilot training.


Landing at night in big airports, enjoying the amazing views, will be hard to forget. EASA Night Rating course will allow you to fly at night under VFR conditions.


This course is one of the requirements to access Instrument Rating (IR).


The elements NR VFR are:

  • 4 hours ground lessons
  • 5 hours flight training (one as PIC) divided in two nights

Advanced UPRT

A-UPRT stands for ‘upset prevention and recovery training’, combining theoretical knowledge and flight training.

Fundamental course to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for pilots to anticipate, avoid loss of control in flight and, develop the appropriate techniques to recover from adverse situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).


The elements A-UPRT course are:

  • 5 hours ground lessons
  • 3 hours Single-Engine Piston Training

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