VFRN: The Multi Engine IR training can be done in 2 ways:
- As a combined IR training on the ME
- Or as an upgrade of an holding SEP- IR Rating
Multi-Engine VFR: This entitles you to fly ME- Aircraft under VFR conditions and will be added to your EASA licence.
Multi-Engine / Single Engine: This entitles you to fly Aircraft according your licence and rating at night conditions under IFR
IR - Rating: This is the known IR-Rating, what enables you to fly all Aircraft you are rated for, under IR flight rules. The route for the CPL and ATPL students.
CPL: Theory training and Flight Training. The Theory training can be done via two options:
Distance learning Program or
With our residential training program
We are probably, the best flying weather in Europe allowing for courses to be completed in the shortest possible times
Training in historic Malaga on the Spanish Riviera is an experience you will NEVER forget
With average pass rates of 99% for CPL and 98.5% for IR, some of the highest in the Industry
Aerodynamics Academy operates a modern and well maintained training fleet of 17 aircraft at its base in Malaga
All our team members are fluent in Spanish and English
Aerodynamics Academy is an official UK CAA Examination Centre (for PPL and ATPL)
The European aviation market is currently experiencing a rapid growth, with airlines constantly searching for qualified pilots.
Over the next 20 years European airlines are forecast to acquire more than 7,300 new aircraft, thus creating even more jobs for air crew.
Air transport makes a key contribution to the European economy.
With more than 100 scheduled airlines, a network of over 400 airports, and 60 air navigation service providers.
The aviation sector directly employs, almost, between 1.4-2 million people and directly or indirectly supports 4.8-5.5 million jobs.
Furthermore, aviation directly contributes more than €110 billion to the European GDP.
Some 900 million passengers departed or arrived at EU airports in 2014.
Linking people and regions, air transport plays a vital role in the integration and competitiveness of Europe, as well as its interaction with the world.
… a worldwide demand for 38,050 new airplanes over the next 20 years, an increase of 3.5 percent from last year’s forecast.
As a result, Boeing released its annual Current Market Outlook (CMO) on June 11th, estimating the total value of those new airplanes at $5.6 trillion.
Single-aisle airplanes will comprise the majority of deliveries, representing a 79 percent share of total deliveries.
How much can a pilot earn from the beginning of their career to a few years down the line?
Also, salaries vary according to the airline that you are employed with, the type of aircraft you are flying and your experience.
The starting salary for a newly qualified first officer working for a small operation may be around €28,000.
Starting salaries for those in larger companies are higher at around €29,000 to €31,500.
Hence, starting salaries for national carriers (e.g. British Airways, Iberia) will be higher.
Salaries for more experienced pilots range from €48,000 to €63,000 in a first officer role.
The starting salary for a captain with a medium-sized airline may range from €63,000 to €103,000, while those with the major operators could earn from €130,000 to more than €185,000.
A pilot’s salary is often incremental, rising with each year of service with the company.