This course prepares the student for the theoretical test for Airline Pilot, which airlines have as a requirement to apply.
Theoretical course: During the theoretical course, the student will have access to important information to have the necessary knowledge to command an aircraft safely. The following subjects will be taught:
- The Airline Pilot - Airplane - Introductory lecture
- Civil Aviation
- Aeronautical Law
- Security for the Protection of Civil Aviation against Acts of Unlawful Interference
- Aviation Accident Prevention
- High Speed Flight Theory
- Weight and Balance
- Flight Performance and Planning
- Air traffic
- Interpersonal relationship
- Organizational Administration
- Leadership and Decision Making
- Control Cabin Resource Management
The student will be evaluated in all subjects through tests and written assignments.
The course lasts approximately 2 months.
* One of the greatest curiosities that surround the world of aviation is about the universe of pilots. What to do to reach this important profession? How long does it take to be able to fly a commercial plane? What courses should I take?
The most direct answer to these questions would be dedication. Until becoming a pilot in regular commercial aviation, being able to act on domestic and international airline flights, aspirants go through an extensive process of theoretical and practical training and through technical, physical, psychomotor, psychological and linguistic evaluations.
The training, in fact, is rigorous. It requires a lot of responsibility, concentration, the ability to work under pressure, be able to operational changes, commitment and discipline. It is also of fundamental importance that the professional has a commitment to safety and is constantly dedicated to studies and training.
Pilot training includes obtaining certifications, licenses and qualifications through theoretical and practical tests and exams, in simulators and in flight, as explained in each course on our page. Throughout their careers, pilots also undergo periodic requalifications and revalidations.
Where to start: An aspiring pilot can start his career in air clubs, aviation schools or pursue a military career. In general, the trajectory evolves from obtaining the certification of Private Pilot (PP), Commercial Pilot (PC), until reaching Airline Pilot (PLA). For each of these stages it is necessary to meet the requirements of age, education, knowledge, experience, flight instruction and psychophysical and psychomotor skills.
The initial step is to get a Private Pilot (PP) license. For that, it is necessary:
Pass a theoretical exam at ANAC, for which it is possible to take a course or study alone.
Start flight hours at an air club or piloting school.
After 40 hours of flight, the candidate will be able to take another ANAC test and, if approved, take the specific Technical Driver's License (CHT).
With the technical license, the second step is to take the Commercial Pilot (PC) license. To this end, the candidate must:
Carry out at least another 110 flight hours, of which 60 must be “navigations” (instrument flight, at least 40 miles away).
Take another test at ANAC to obtain CHT as a PC.
After graduating, to get a place in a big company, you need:
English, proficiency level 4. (ICAO exam)
CHT category as a “Multimotor” pilot, for which the new pilot must take a specific course. This is because both at the private pilot and commercial pilot level, the new pilot controls only single-engine aircraft.
Flight experience: large companies even require applicants to have at least 500 flight hours to participate in the selection process.
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