+420 774 311 399 info@eu-as.com

PILOT TRAININGs

01

Theoretical Courses

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses. 

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has established English language proficiency requirements (LPRs) for all pilots operating on international routes, and all air traffic controllers who communicate with foreign pilots. These standards require pilots and air traffic controllers to be able to communicate proficiently using both ICAO phraseology and plain English.

Course & Training Structure
• 300 Hours/8 weeks
• Final oral exam

Goal of this course is to evaluate student pilots level of English language understanding. After evaluation students will be learned basic English to receive basis for more advanced ICAO English lessons.

 

Course & Training Structure

  • 40 Hours/2 weeks
  • Final written and oral exam

Besides standard courses, we provide other courses for pilots and crew:

  • IR (H) qualification
  • FI (H) qualification

special tactical training for pilots and crew with possibility of live shooting
training of operating and maintenance of Electro-optical systems
Do not hesitate to contact us for details.

02

Basic Pilot Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses.

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(A) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes or TMGs engaged in non-commercial operations.

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 100 hours
  • Flight Training – 45 hours

Requirements:
Age: 17 years for solo flight
Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(H) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot of helicopters engaged in non-commercial operations..

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 100 hours
  • Flight Training – 45 hours

Requirements:

Age: 17 years for solo flight

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:
(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 750 hours 
    (200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
  • Flight Training – 200 hours

Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: 

  • Completed second level in primary school (High School)
  • ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)

Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:
(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 750 hours
(200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
Flight Training – 200 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education:

Completed second level in primary school (High School)
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 150 hours
Simulator Training – 35 hours
Flight Training – 15 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

PPL(A) with Night Training
or CPL(A)
or ATPL
50 hours PIC
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The aim of the IR(H) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 150 hours
Simulator Training – 35 hours
Flight Training – 15 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

PPL(H) with Night Training
or CPL(H)
or ATPL
50 hours PIC
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

03

Advanced Pilot Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses.

Minimal Requirements:

Qualification requirements: PPL (H); at least 100FH including at least 60FH as a PIC.
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness Class-I according to Part-MED
With this qualification, you can jump into your helicoper anytime and fly in VFR conditions.

  • 5 hours of academics
  • 8 hours of briefing
  • 15FH

The course is designed to introduce NVG – Night Vision Goggles to helicopter pilots and teach them to handle flying an aircraft using NVG as a primary source of reference.

 

  • NVG Technical
  • NVG flight
  • NVG Maintenance and Care

Pilots will master the technique of high altitude flying.

 

Recommended extent of course:

  • 5 hours on MD500

Requirements: PPL(H)
Health requirements: Students must hold a valid medical certificate Class-II according to Part-MED

Type rating can be offered for following helicopters:

  • R22,
  • R44,
  • R66,
  • Bell 206,
  • AW 119,
  • MD500,
  • UH-60,
  • AS-355,
  • S-269C,
  • Mi-8,
  • Mi-17

 

Practical training syllabus includes:

Pre-flight activities involving mass and balance determination, helicopter inspection and servicing;
Airport operations and air traffic management, measures and procedures to prevent collisions;
Control of helicopter by external visual reference;
Take-offs, landings, hovering, turns and normal transitions to hover;
Emergency procedures, basic auto-rotation, simulated engine failure, ground effect (ground resonance) if relevant to type;
Sideways and backwards flight, on-the-spot turns;
Recognition and recovery incipient vortex ring;
Auto-rotation touchdown with simulated engine-off, practice forced landings, simulated equipment malfunctions and emergency procedures relating to malfunctions of engine(s), controls, electrical and hydraulic circuits;
Sharp turns;
Transitions, quick stops, out-of-wind maneuvering, slope takeoffs and landings;
Limited power and space, including a selection of flights to and from unprepared sites;
Flying with basic flight instruments, including completion of a level 180 ° turn and recovery from unusual attitudes to simulate inadvertent entry into clouds (this training have to be conducted by a flight instructor (FI (H));
Cross-country flying using visual reference, dead reckoning and, where available, radio navigation aids;
Arrivals, departures and transiting controlled aerodromes, compliance with air traffic control procedures, communication procedures and phraseology
Course & Training Structure

Classroom Hours – 8 hours

Practical Training – 6 hours

Package Deals Available

We provide turn-key packages customized to each client. Please call or email us for an individual offer.

04

Mission trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses

The training model combines proven practices of Military and Civilian Search and Rescue along with the most innovative and progressive techniques and equipment in the industry today. From Urban Operations to Fast Water Rescue, to Maritime and Wilderness SAR, we focus on quick response, mission safety, and unique solutions to save live and get the mission done.

A 40-hour Helicopter Crewman First Responder training course that covers basic, non-invasive medical and trauma interventions, patient packaging, and critical “ first-on-scene” management skills geared for the Helicopter Rescue Crew- man.

 

  • Cabin Set-Up and Configuration
  • Patient Management
  • Patient Loading and Unloading
  • Crew Resource Management

Course is especially designed for flying in high altitude in Mountainious terrain. The programs are designed to teach knowledge and skills needed for flying in the mountains. Students learn how to fly in environmentally complicated conditions. (30 hours theory and 25 flying hours)

 

  • Flight Philosophy
  • Navigation
  • Aircraft performance
  • Power management
  • Snow conditions
  • Wind conditions
  • Mountain flying techniques

The new Patent Pending Quick Rope Assisted Deployment system or QRAD model Q817 is an aft mounted dual deployment rope insertion, extraction, and release system designed by Air Rescue Systems for the MI-8 and MI-17 aircraft platforms. The QRAD ships in custom built heavy-duty deployment cases and is both quick and easy to install with minimal crew. Allows for clamshell style doors to close and lock with the system installed. Designed to expand supportable mission parameters by safely increasing aircraft operational capabilities via helicopter rope systems, the QRAD has more than hit the mark.

The QRAD model Q817 is designed for the following helicopter operations:
• Fast Rope
• Heli-Rappel
• Cargo Let Down
• Personnel Extraction

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

• Total system weight: 210 lbs
• Max human load: 610 lbs per head / 1,220 lbs total
• Max cargo load: 250 lbs per head / 500 lbs total
• Heat treated and certified welded 6061 T-6 Aluminum
• Mil-Spec hard anodized finish
• No airframe modifications needed

CERTIFICATIONS:

• U.S. Army Airworthiness Certificate
• Mil Service Bulletins 1911114041 and 1912114151 for human load insertion and extraction

For Technical Specifications and Customer Login Portal please visit: http://airrescuesystems.com/?portfolio_page=quick-rope-assisted-deployment-system-qrad

05

Combat Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses

Pilots will master maneuvering for a helicopter type within an envelope defined by the manufacturer. Pilots will train in combat type maneuvers including: sharp turns, fast turns, sharp pitch, sharp pitch with turn on descent, military turns, etc.

 Recommended extent of course:

  • 10 hours in helicopter
  • 10 hours of briefings
  • MD 500

The course is designed to introduce NVG – Night Vision Goggles to helicopter pilots and teach them to handle flying an aircraft using NVG as a primary source of reference.
NVG Technical
NVG flight
NVG Maintenance and Care

Pilots will learn how to fly as both formation leader and as wingman for the purpose of group flyovers and deploying mass paratroopers.
The course is divided into two parts: flying in formation at a regular height (500 ft) and over terrain (60 ft) as a leader pilot as well as a wingman pilot.

Recommended extent of course:

  • MD500 Helicopters
  • 20 hours of briefings
  • 20 hours in formation (10 hours as leader)

Pilots will practice combat type maneuvers in a group to prepare for tactical flying.

 Recommended extent of course:

  • 5 hours in helicopter
  • 5 hours of briefings
  • MD500 

Pilots will train in cooperative tactical flying and in providing cover to a second helicopter in the group. Additionally, pilots will train to cover aerial troop assault. 

  • Cooperation between helicopters and reciprocal protection
  • Tactical flights away from light weapons
  • Tactical landings and takeoffs with mutual support
  • Withdrawal landing and its protection

Recommended extent of course:

  • 40 hours on MD500 helicopter:

01

Theoretical Courses

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses. 

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has established English language proficiency requirements (LPRs) for all pilots operating on international routes, and all air traffic controllers who communicate with foreign pilots. These standards require pilots and air traffic controllers to be able to communicate proficiently using both ICAO phraseology and plain English.

Course & Training Structure
• 300 Hours/8 weeks
• Final oral exam

Goal of this course is to evaluate student pilots level of English language understanding. After evaluation students will be learned basic English to receive basis for more advanced ICAO English lessons.

 

Course & Training Structure

  • 40 Hours/2 weeks
  • Final written and oral exam

Besides standard courses, we provide other courses for pilots and crew:

  • IR (H) qualification
  • FI (H) qualification

special tactical training for pilots and crew with possibility of live shooting
training of operating and maintenance of Electro-optical systems
Do not hesitate to contact us for details.

02

Basic Pilot Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses.

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(A) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes or TMGs engaged in non-commercial operations.

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 100 hours
  • Flight Training – 45 hours

Requirements:
Age: 17 years for solo flight
Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a PPL(H) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot of helicopters engaged in non-commercial operations..

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 100 hours
  • Flight Training – 45 hours

Requirements:

Age: 17 years for solo flight

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class II) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:
(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

Course & Training Structure

  • Theory – 750 hours 
    (200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
  • Flight Training – 200 hours

Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: 

  • Completed second level in primary school (High School)
  • ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)

Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The privileges of the holder of a CPL are, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:
(1) exercise all the privileges of the holder of an LAPL and a PPL;
(2) act as PIC or co-pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport;
(3) act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060 and in this Subpart;
(4) act as co-pilot in commercial air transport subject to the restrictions specified in FCL.060.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 750 hours
(200 hrs. classroom + 550 hrs. self study)
Flight Training – 200 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education:

Completed second level in primary school (High School)
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 150 hours
Simulator Training – 35 hours
Flight Training – 15 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

PPL(A) with Night Training
or CPL(A)
or ATPL
50 hours PIC
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

The aim of the IR(H) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

Course & Training Structure

Theory – 150 hours
Simulator Training – 35 hours
Flight Training – 15 hours
Requirements:

Age: 18 years

Education: Completed second level in primary school (High School)

PPL(H) with Night Training
or CPL(H)
or ATPL
50 hours PIC
ICAO English Certificate (min. level 4)
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness (minimum Class I) according to Part-MED with the medical exam completed before the first solo flight.

03

Advanced Pilot Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses.

Minimal Requirements:

Qualification requirements: PPL (H); at least 100FH including at least 60FH as a PIC.
Health: Students must hold a valid certificate of medical fitness Class-I according to Part-MED
With this qualification, you can jump into your helicoper anytime and fly in VFR conditions.

  • 5 hours of academics
  • 8 hours of briefing
  • 15FH

The course is designed to introduce NVG – Night Vision Goggles to helicopter pilots and teach them to handle flying an aircraft using NVG as a primary source of reference.

 

  • NVG Technical
  • NVG flight
  • NVG Maintenance and Care

Pilots will master the technique of high altitude flying.

 

Recommended extent of course:

  • 5 hours on MD500

Requirements: PPL(H)
Health requirements: Students must hold a valid medical certificate Class-II according to Part-MED

Type rating can be offered for following helicopters:

  • R22,
  • R44,
  • R66,
  • Bell 206,
  • AW 119,
  • MD500,
  • UH-60,
  • AS-355,
  • S-269C,
  • Mi-8,
  • Mi-17

 

Practical training syllabus includes:

Pre-flight activities involving mass and balance determination, helicopter inspection and servicing;
Airport operations and air traffic management, measures and procedures to prevent collisions;
Control of helicopter by external visual reference;
Take-offs, landings, hovering, turns and normal transitions to hover;
Emergency procedures, basic auto-rotation, simulated engine failure, ground effect (ground resonance) if relevant to type;
Sideways and backwards flight, on-the-spot turns;
Recognition and recovery incipient vortex ring;
Auto-rotation touchdown with simulated engine-off, practice forced landings, simulated equipment malfunctions and emergency procedures relating to malfunctions of engine(s), controls, electrical and hydraulic circuits;
Sharp turns;
Transitions, quick stops, out-of-wind maneuvering, slope takeoffs and landings;
Limited power and space, including a selection of flights to and from unprepared sites;
Flying with basic flight instruments, including completion of a level 180 ° turn and recovery from unusual attitudes to simulate inadvertent entry into clouds (this training have to be conducted by a flight instructor (FI (H));
Cross-country flying using visual reference, dead reckoning and, where available, radio navigation aids;
Arrivals, departures and transiting controlled aerodromes, compliance with air traffic control procedures, communication procedures and phraseology
Course & Training Structure

Classroom Hours – 8 hours

Practical Training – 6 hours

Package Deals Available

We provide turn-key packages customized to each client. Please call or email us for an individual offer.

04

Mission trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses

The training model combines proven practices of Military and Civilian Search and Rescue along with the most innovative and progressive techniques and equipment in the industry today. From Urban Operations to Fast Water Rescue, to Maritime and Wilderness SAR, we focus on quick response, mission safety, and unique solutions to save live and get the mission done.

A 40-hour Helicopter Crewman First Responder training course that covers basic, non-invasive medical and trauma interventions, patient packaging, and critical “ first-on-scene” management skills geared for the Helicopter Rescue Crew- man.

 

  • Cabin Set-Up and Configuration
  • Patient Management
  • Patient Loading and Unloading
  • Crew Resource Management

Course is especially designed for flying in high altitude in Mountainious terrain. The programs are designed to teach knowledge and skills needed for flying in the mountains. Students learn how to fly in environmentally complicated conditions. (30 hours theory and 25 flying hours)

 

  • Flight Philosophy
  • Navigation
  • Aircraft performance
  • Power management
  • Snow conditions
  • Wind conditions
  • Mountain flying techniques

The new Patent Pending Quick Rope Assisted Deployment system or QRAD model Q817 is an aft mounted dual deployment rope insertion, extraction, and release system designed by Air Rescue Systems for the MI-8 and MI-17 aircraft platforms. The QRAD ships in custom built heavy-duty deployment cases and is both quick and easy to install with minimal crew. Allows for clamshell style doors to close and lock with the system installed. Designed to expand supportable mission parameters by safely increasing aircraft operational capabilities via helicopter rope systems, the QRAD has more than hit the mark.

The QRAD model Q817 is designed for the following helicopter operations:
• Fast Rope
• Heli-Rappel
• Cargo Let Down
• Personnel Extraction

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

• Total system weight: 210 lbs
• Max human load: 610 lbs per head / 1,220 lbs total
• Max cargo load: 250 lbs per head / 500 lbs total
• Heat treated and certified welded 6061 T-6 Aluminum
• Mil-Spec hard anodized finish
• No airframe modifications needed

CERTIFICATIONS:

• U.S. Army Airworthiness Certificate
• Mil Service Bulletins 1911114041 and 1912114151 for human load insertion and extraction

For Technical Specifications and Customer Login Portal please visit: http://airrescuesystems.com/?portfolio_page=quick-rope-assisted-deployment-system-qrad

05

Combat Trainings

European Air Services provides comprehensive scale of various fixed and rotary wing pilot training courses

Pilots will master maneuvering for a helicopter type within an envelope defined by the manufacturer. Pilots will train in combat type maneuvers including: sharp turns, fast turns, sharp pitch, sharp pitch with turn on descent, military turns, etc.

 Recommended extent of course:

  • 10 hours in helicopter
  • 10 hours of briefings
  • MD 500

The course is designed to introduce NVG – Night Vision Goggles to helicopter pilots and teach them to handle flying an aircraft using NVG as a primary source of reference.
NVG Technical
NVG flight
NVG Maintenance and Care

Pilots will learn how to fly as both formation leader and as wingman for the purpose of group flyovers and deploying mass paratroopers.
The course is divided into two parts: flying in formation at a regular height (500 ft) and over terrain (60 ft) as a leader pilot as well as a wingman pilot.

Recommended extent of course:

  • MD500 Helicopters
  • 20 hours of briefings
  • 20 hours in formation (10 hours as leader)

Pilots will practice combat type maneuvers in a group to prepare for tactical flying.

 Recommended extent of course:

  • 5 hours in helicopter
  • 5 hours of briefings
  • MD500 

Pilots will train in cooperative tactical flying and in providing cover to a second helicopter in the group. Additionally, pilots will train to cover aerial troop assault. 

  • Cooperation between helicopters and reciprocal protection
  • Tactical flights away from light weapons
  • Tactical landings and takeoffs with mutual support
  • Withdrawal landing and its protection

Recommended extent of course:

  • 40 hours on MD500 helicopter:

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+420 774 311 399
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Pod Hájkem 406/1, Prague 8,
180 00 Czech Republic

GET IN TOUCH WITH US

+420 774 311 399
info@eu-as.com

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