FAQ Ab-Initio

Q- What Courses do I have (does IFA have to help me) to obtain my Pilot License?
You may obtain you’re pilot license for casual flight, or you may want to become a Pilot and work on the Aviation Industry. You may choose to undergo a MODULAR PILOT Course or an INTEGRATED PILOT COURSE

Q- What are the requirements to become a pilot?
Before starting a Pilot course, all the students must be Medically fit, and pass an Medical Evaluation in order to gain an Aviation Medical Certificate. If you wish to obtain a Private Pilot License, you must obtain a Class 2 Medical License or if you wish to become a Professional Pilot a Class 1 Medical License. (If you wish to obtain a private Pilot License, you must be at least 17 years old and have 9 years of school, or 18 years and have 12 years of school if your option is going to be a professional pilot).

Q- How much does it costs a pilot course?
It depends. You may choose to follow the Modular Courses, where you will start you’re training in order to obtain a PPL(A) License, and afterwards complete several modules in order to become a Commercial Pilot. This way is cheaper but will take you a little more time to complete. On the other hand you may choose to undergo an integrated course, where you will start you’re training and finnish with a Commercial License. This way is a faster one but it is more expensive. To have more information on course prices, please contact us on marketing@ifajet-training.com

Q- What are the differences between a Modular or Integrated Course?
You may choose to follow the Modular Courses, where you will start you’re training in order to obtain a PPL(A) License, and afterwards complete several modules in order to become a Commercial Pilot. This way is cheaper but will take you a little more time to complete. On the other hand you may choose to undergo an integrated course, where you will start you’re training and finish with a Commercial License.

Q- What airplanes am I going to fly?
You will fly Single Engine Piston Aircrafts and Multi-Engine Piston Aircrafts.

Q- What are the prospects after finishing my Commercial Pilot License?
The initial training program is designated to teach students to master required level in order to carry out the position of the first pilot on multi-pilot aircrafts, operate single-engine and multi-engine commercial type aircrafts, and to continue pursuing career in aviation

Q- Are the courses during the day or during the night?
Most of our courses are of 3 hours a day, from 18h00 to 21h00.

Q- Where is IFA Training Centre?
IFA Training Centre is located near Cascais Aerodrome in Tires.

Q- What is the duration of the studies?
From 18 months to 48 months. The duration of the studies for Pilots undertaking Modular Courses are hard to predict, since they depend on the viability of the students and the completions of the modules and hour building.

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