Pilot Training Course

We want the training process to be fun and motivating, so we’ve designed a balanced theoretical-practical programme, instructed by highly qualified professionals.

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Pilot training is highly competitive, but the role of a pilot is a challenging and rewarding career, full of responsibility while travelling the world

Our goal is for you to learn the all the theoretical and practical knowledge to become an airline pilot and be able to work in one of the most exciting careers you can find.  To achieve this, we provide you with highly real and extensive training.

As an airline pilot, you’ll fly passengers or cargo on long or short-haul flights for leisure, business or commercial purposes.

The aircraft is typically operated by two pilots; one will be the captain who is the pilot in command, while the other will be the supporting first officer. Pilots usually take turns to fly the plane to avoid fatigue, with one operating the controls, while the other speaks to air traffic control and completes the paperwork.


Our Integrated Flight Programme includes a number of additional features to offer the most advanced pilot training programme the industry has to offer. As a provider of elite professional training for professional pilots, the following can be expected as standard:

  • Full visibility of your training record using our online scheduling software, FlightLogger
  • Efficient scheduling in our aircrafts to ensure flight training consistency through the course.
  • 100% Spain-based flight and theoretical instruction.
  • ATPL theoretical instruction over nine months using leading pilot eBooks and specialist computer-based training to optimise your experience and performance.
  • Upset Prevention Recovery Training (UPRT).
  • Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
  • An elite pilot enhanced MCC (MULTI‐CREW COOPERATION)
  • Airline preparation training including CV writing and interview workshops.
  • Support from a dedicated student welfare assistant to ensure that all your accommodation and non-academic needs are covered.
  • Access to the student collective – a representative student body to ensure a feedback mechanism for the duration of your course.
  • Expert flight instruction from experienced active airline pilots.



And if you wish….. you can get your AIRBUS 320 TYPE RATINGS

Our Airbus 320 Full Motion Simulator

Course content

  • ME – Multi engine rating
  • VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and IFR (Instrument flight rules) rating
  • FNTP II – A ground based training device which represents the flight deck. environment of a multi-engine aeroplane type
  • ATPL – Airline transport pilot licence
  • UPRT – Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
  • PBN – Performance Based Navigation

  • English language.

Where you start......

How you continue growing your skills

where you want to reach

improving your skills

continuing your studies

Working with the best


Becoming a part of an airline crew is within your reach with your enthusiasm and our experience in aeronautical training, it won’t be difficult to achieve!


You’ll always receive individual attention from our experienced trainers to ensure you have all the necessary guidance to lead to success.


We want you to have all the support you need to make use of your knowledge in the real world, which is why we provide you with the invaluable help of job advisers from our renowned Department of Labour Orientation.

You’ll enjoy this unmatched experience while making your dreams come true.


As an airline pilot, you’ll travel all over the world and discover different countries, cultures and people who’ll become great friends. You’ll have unforgettable moments!

What more could you want?

We adapt to you and programme schedules according to your personal circumstances.

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Be an EU national or have a residence / study permit.

You must turn 18 years old before the date of the final exam.

  • Class 2 medical certificate
  • Minimum age: 17 years (Parental consent is needed if under eighteen years old)
  • Private Pilot License (PPL (A)) or Commercial Pilot License (CPL (A))
  • Class 1 medical certificate
  • Theoretical ATPL (A) or IR (A)
  • 50 hours of cross-country navigation
  • 70 hours as pilot in command

To access the course a private or commercial pilot license will be required. Students will be also asked to have a Class 1 medical certificate.

It’s a requirement to be registered on one of our Airline Pilot Programmes.

Have the Private Pilot PPL (A) license with single-engine SEP rating and 30 hours minimum as PIC (Pilot in Command) .

It’s a requirement to be registered on one of our Airline Pilot Programmes.

Have the Private Pilot PPL (A) license with single-engine SEP rating and 30 hours minimum as PIC (Pilot in Command) .

It’s a requirement to be registered on one of our Airline Pilot Programmes.

Hold a professional flight crew license issued by an EASA Member State, JAA or a JAR-FCL license acceptable to the authority.

A perfect command of English is required. Our school will help you in this area with an Aeronautical English Course.


The team

The School

Here is where students do some of the training and drills

Some of our students

We show them how to use all the necessary emergency equipment.

Our course director





Contact us

European Authorized Asian Office
Room 515
Qingdao International Cooperation & Exchange Center.
Jin Sha Tan Lu #598, Huangdao District, Qingdao, Shandong, China

Phone number: 00 86 150 5320 0393

email: info@thinkbiglanguages.com