EASA CPL (A) Theory Course
As the pilot in command, aircraft may be flown in the commercial sector that are categorised as a single pilot aircraft. These are usually aeroplanes up to 5.7 tons, which are propeller driven.
In order to be allowed to fly helicopters, which are defined as single pilot helicopters by their approval, as the responsible pilot, you also need a CPL.
Before the Courses
You can find the checklist here with all of the necessary documents for registering.
Course of Training
As part of the training, 13 subjects must be passed at EASA CPL level. For each module a self-study time of 3 months is envisaged (with 15 hours per week). For self-study, students are able to use our web-based training (WBT) system or the study guides. Each module is finished with a week of on-site lessons in our training centre in Dortmund. After students have successfully completed the Progress Tests, participated in the on-site lessons and successfully passed the School Exam, then student can go for examination at the competent authority. Examinations can be divided into a maximum of 6 sittings. Each subject can be attempted a maximum of 4 times.
The pass rate for this course has been 100% in recent months. Find more information in our brochure.DOWNLOAD [PDF 6 MB].
On-site Lessons and dates
The dates for the on-site lessons can be found in the menu under EASA Training Programmes/Dates.
Our Course Modules
• Air Law
• Operational Procedures
• Human Performance
• Principles of Flight
• Flight Planning
• General Navigation
• Mass + Balance
• Aircraft General Knowledge
• Radio Navigation
- Online study materials (WBT)
- Video Lessons for many topics
- 3 weeks of on-site lessons
- Round the clock support from teaching team
- Access to our EASA Exam Question Bank
- Online Progress Tests
After the Course
Our company is comprehensively approved as an EASA Training Institution by the German CAA (Luftfahrt-Bundesamt) and the Zentralstelle für Fernunterricht (ZFU). Students can complete the practical training at any EASA certified flight school.