0-ATPL(frozen) + 500h

Price

49,000 euro

Training structure

0-ATPL(A)+500 h training programme

0-ATPL(A) training includes all necessary theoretical and practical courses, studying materials, textbooks, maps, landing charges, plane rentals, instructor’s fees. The financing of the training, commencement date, individual learning schedule, accommodation and any other form of assistance is always subject to individual arrangements with the student pilot.

  1. Class II medical certificate (or higher Class I)
  2. Individual theoretical course: approx. 100 hours in 9 subjects at Goldwings
  3. Practical course: approx. 45 h of flight lessons. It comprises 3 stages:
  4. Stage 1 – circuit flights and sector flights – approx.15 h including 4 h of solo flights
    Stage 2 – basics of IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flights - approx. 5 h of flight lessons with an instructor
    Stage 3 – cross-country VFR flight – approx. 17 h including 7 h of solo flights
  5. Theoretical exam at the Civil Aviation Authority in 9 subjects: Communication, Operational Procedures, Human Performance and Limitations, Meteorology, Flight Performance and Planning, Aircraft General Knowledge, Navigation, Principles of Flight, Air Law
  6. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority to have the rating entered into the licence Practical exam - approx. 2 h. Flight with a CAA examiner

VFR night training

  1. Required 10 h of flight time as pilot-in-command on the training plane
  2. Theoretical course – approx. 7 hours at Goldwings
  3. Practical course - 5 h. It comprises 2 stages:
    Stage 1 – circuit flights and sector flights
    Stage 2 – VFR cross-country flights
  4. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority

ATPL(A) theoretical course

  1. To start the training PPL(A) licence is required
  2. Theoretical ATPL(A) course covers theoretical aspects of IR(A), CPL(A), ATPL(A)
  3. Theoretical course includes approx. 100 h of lectures at Goldwings and approx.. 550 h of self-studying
  4. Theoretical exam at the Civil Aviation Authority in 14 subjects: VFR Communications, IFR Communications, Operational Procedures, Human Performance and Limitations, Meteorology, Performance, Flight Planning and Monitoring, Aircraft General Knowledge, Instrumentation, Mass and Balance, General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Principles of Flight, Air Law

MEP(L) training

  1. Minimum 70 h of flight time as pilot-in-command
  2. Theoretical course – approx. 7 h at Goldwings
  3. Practical course – approx. 6 h. It comprises 2 stages:
    Stage 1 – circuit flights and sector flights – approx. 4 h
    Stage 2 – circuit flights and sector flight with asymmetric thrust – approx. 2 h

IR(A) training

  1. Required Class I or II medical certificate with no contraindications to IFR flights
  2. Minimum 50 h of flight time as pilot-in-command on cross country flights
  3. Required VFR night rating entered into a valid licence
  4. Required completed theoretical ATPL(A) course, minimum English language proficiency of ICAO Operational Level 4 entered in the licence
  5. Practical course: approx. 50 h at Goldwings. There are two IR(A) practical course options:
    Option 1 – training on a multi-engine airplane: 42 h on an FNPT II flight simulator and 15 h on a multi-engine airplane
    Option 2 – training on a single-engine airplane with conversion into multi-engine: Stage 1: 35 h on an FNPT II flight simulator and 15 h on a single-engine plane; Stage 2: 3 h on an FNPT II flight simulator and 2 h on a multi-engine airplane
  6. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority to have the licence issued
  7. Practical exam - approx. 2 h. Flight with a CAA examiner

CPL(A) training

  1. Required Class I medical certificate
  2. Minimum 18 years of age – on the day of licence issuance
  3. Required valid PPL(A) licence
  4. To start the training 150 h of total flight time on airplanes required. On the day of licence issuance 200 h of total flight time including 100 h as pilot-in-command. Required completed ATPL(A) theoretical course
  5. Practical course at Goldwings – approx. 20 h. It comprises 2 stages:
    Stage 1 –10 h of cross-country flights
    Stage 2 – 5 h of IFR flights and 5 h of FNPT II simulator flights
  6. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority to have the licence issued
  7. Practical exam - approx. 2 h. Flight with a CAA examiner

MCC(A) training

  1. Required 100 h of flight time as pilot-in-command
  2. Required PPL(A) licence and IR/ME ratings
  3. Training at Goldwings comprises 2 stages:
    Theoretical course - 25 h of lectures
    Practical course - 20 h on FNPT II flight simulator

FI(A) training

  1. Required Class medical certificate
  2. Required valid PPL(A) licence, CPL(A) licence, passed theoretical ATPL(A) exam, 200 h of total flight time
  3. Theoretical course comprises 125 h of lectures and practical lessons at Goldwings
  4. Practical course – approx. 30 h of methodical flights
  5. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority to have the rating entered into the licence
  6. Practical exam – approx. 2 h of flight with a CAA examiner
  7. After passing the exam you may complete the instructor’s internship programme of 300 h at Goldwings

ICAO Operational Level 4 course

  1. The exam assesses the English language proficiency according to ICAO Annex 1 ICAO doc 9835.
  2. Entry in the licence is required to obtain IR(A) rating. Minimum Level 4 on a scale 1-6 is needed.
  3. Filing documents at the Civil Aviation Authority to have the rating entered into the licence. Exam – regular exam sessions at the Civil Aviation Authority.
Preconditions

In order to take part in the pilot training at Goldwings Flight Academy the participant must have a medical certificate, which can be obtained at a recommended medical centre. There are three classes of medical certificates. In the case of the 0-ATPL(A) TRAINING, the student pilot must have the Class I certificate (alternatively Class II is allowed throughout the first year of training). Class I medical certificates are valid for a year before the holder turns 40 and half a year after he or she turns 40.
We recommend the Military Institute of Aviation Medicine (Wojskowy Instytut Medycyny Lotniczej): http://www.wiml.waw.pl/?q=pl/centrum-medycyny-lotniczej

Class I certificate (airplane airline pilot, commercial airplane pilot, helicopter airline pilot, commercial helicopter pilot):

  • initial medical examination  - PLN 500
  • recurrent medical examination – PLN 330

The medical examinations take place within a single day including the receipt of a certificate. Registration hours: 7.00-9.30. Detailed information is provided at +48 22 685 28 33 or + 48 22 685 28 55.

Advantages

If you’re dreaming of working as an airline pilot, an important element of the training is to learn from staff who also fly planes for airlines. That’s why our biggest advantage is our staff who include active airline pilots. Our Head of Training is Arkadiusz Jesionek, who is a captain of Boeing 737 and Pilatus PC-12NG . Apart from that our additional asset is the training equipment such as the training platform for DA-42 NG + dedicated simulator, the only such one available in Poland. This programme will land your first job as a pilot. 

 

Prices

PPL(A)

 

 

PPL(A) theoretical course

individual training

100 hours

PPL(A) practical training SEP

AT-3 , C152, C172

40 hours

PPL(A) practical training FNPT II

FNPT II

5 hours

cost of training

 

 

ATPL(A)

 

 

ATPL(A) theoretical course

distance learning

650 hours

Bristol ground school materials

bristol.gs

 

cost of training 

 

 

HOUR BUILDING

AT-3 , C152

110 hours

 

C172

110 hours

cost of training

 

 

Night VFR

 

 

NVFR theoretical course

individual training

6 hours

NVFR practical training

AT-3 , C152, C172

5 hours

cost of training

 

 

MEP(L)

 

 

MEP(L) theoretical course

individual training

7 hours

MEP(L) practical training

DA-42, PA-34

6 hours

cost of training

 

 

IR(A)

 

 

CPL/IR Basic FNTP II

FNPT II

5 hours

CPL/IR Basic MEP(L)

DA-42, PA-34

5 hours

IR/ME Procedural FNTP II

FNPT II

30 hours

IR/ME Procedural MEP(L)

DA-42, PA-34

10 hours

cost of training

 

 

CPL(A)

 

 

CPL(A) practical training on SEP

AT-3 

10 hours

CPL(A) practical training on MEP

DA-42, PA-34

5 hours

cost of training

 

 

MCC(A) + JOC

 

 

MCC(A) theoretical course min 2 pers

 

 

MCC(A)/JOC practical course

 

 

cost of training

 

 

FI(A)

 

 

FI(A) theoretical course

individual training

125 hours

FI(A) practical training

AT-3 , C152,DA-20

30 hours

cost of training

 

 

aircraft rental for skill test

 

 

PPL(A) skill test

AT-3 , C152, C172

2 hours

MEP(L)+IR/ME+CPL+FI(A) skill test 

DA-42, PA-34

3 hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

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