Flight Simulator

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Superior Air is the only Flight Academy in Greece that uses a full motion flight simulator.

The Redbird FMX is the first flight simulator designed to meet the new challenges faced by modern flight training providers.

With standard features that are anything but standard the FMX delivers unmatched training value for our students and provides a range of advantages that are simply unavailable in other training devices.

 

 

 

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Conversion Courses

The aim of the Conversion Courses is to convert an ICAO CPL/IR/MEP holder to EASA CPL/MEP/IR and achieve the level of proficiency necessary according the PART-FCL. The course provides to the ICAO pilots JAR-FCL CPL/IR/MEP license with ATPL Theory Credit, as it is necessary requirement for most airlines for recruitment, in Europe and many other countries in the world. The duration of the theoretical training will be a minimum of 3 months and the duration of the flight training will take no more than 10 days.

Pre-Entry Requirements:

  • Have a valid ICAO CPL/IR/MEP
  • Have a EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate
  • Have at least 200 hours total flight time, 100 hours PIC, of which 50 hours X-country Pilot In Command (PIC)
  • Have at least one X-country 300 NM trip with 2 stops at different aerodromes

Theoretical Training:

The ATPL theoretical knowledge course comprises 14 subjects; CATS approved inter-active distance learning training, progress tests and sample exams. The minimum duration of the course is 3 months and can commence at any time during the year. The course uses Cranfield Aviation (C.A.T.S.) training material (Books & WBT). Also, our company established a partnership with Aviation Exam for the preparation of the exams.

Flight Training:

The flight training course comprises of a total of 25 hrs, including 15 hrs instrument training and 10 hrs VFR maneuvers. The flight training can commence simultaneously with the theoretical training.

Cost:

  • Theoretical Training: €3.500
  • 10 Hours SEP IR: €2.000
  • 5 Hours MEP IR: €1.950
  • 10 Hours VFR: €1.850
  • Total training cost: €9.300

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Refresh Courses (A)

Superior Air offers you the opportunity to revalidate your license through a refresher course.

The Refresh Courses we offer are:

  1. IR (A) Refresher Course
  2. MEP   Refresher Course
  3. FI/CRI/IRI (A)  Refresher Seminar

On a full time basis the course can be completed in 1 week, but it can also be done in longer time on a pay-as-you-go basis.  The aim of the refresher course is to provide refresh and bring up to date the technical knowledge of a pilot holding a valid or lapsed license or rating.

Below you can see the course structure and the cost of each individual course:

COURSE DURATION COST
IR(A) Refresh Course 3-9 Hours (1-2 Days) €200-€400
MEP Refresh Course 3-9 Hours (1-2 Days) €200-€400
FI/CRI/IRI(A) Refresh Seminar 15 Hours (2 Days) €400

The above packages are for Theory Refresh only.

Not included in the above price:

  • The rental cost of the an aircraft.
  • HCAA Handling cost (€300)
  • Accommodation fees

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Multi Engine Class Rating

The Multi-Engine Class Rating (MEP) allows you to fly single pilot Multi Engine piston airplanes with the same privileges as your SEP License grants you on Single Engine airplanes. 6 hours training with a Multi Engine airplane are required and it can be done in 3 – 4 days.

An applicant for a single-pilot multi-engine class rating shall have completed not less than 2 hrs 30 min dual flight training under normal conditions of multi-engine airplane operation, and not less than 3 hrs 30 min dual flight training in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.

A skill test by an examiner is required after the training.

Superior Air operates the new TECNAM P2006 T aircraft with Garmin G950 glass cockpit.

Below you can see our course structure:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
  • Preparation  of flights
  • Preparation of flights
  • Dual flight training under normal contitions
  • Dual flight training under normal and Engine Failure Conditions
  • Dual flight training under Engine Failure Conditions
  • 4 Hours classroom (Aircraft Introduction, Engine Failure procedures
  • 4 Hours classroom
  • 1,5 Hours dual Multi Engine contact flight
  • 1 Hour dual Multi Engine contact flight
  • 1,5 Hours dual Multi Engine flight in Engine Failure procedures
  • 2 Hours dual Multi Engine flight in Engine Failure procedures

Cost: €2.700 and includes:

  • 6 Hours MEP aircraft (Tecnam 2006P)
  • 8 Hours Classroom

Not included in the above price:

  • HCAA Handling cost (appr. €300)

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Flight Instructor (A)

The aim of the Flight Instructor (A) course is to give adequate training to the applicant in ground and flying instructional techniques based upon established teaching methods. On successful completion of the course and final test the applicant will be issued with a FI (A) rating permitting the holder to give flight training appropriate to the issue of a PPL(A) or a CPL(A).
On a full time basis the course can be completed in 6 to 9 weeks.

Below you can see the course structure:                                                                      

Flight Instructor (A) – 6 to 9 Weeks*

  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1), CPL or ATPL theory credit, 200 hrs- 150 hrs as PIC,300NM X/C PIC ,30 SEP   OR
  • CPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1) and 200 hrs
Weeks 1-2 Weeks 3-6 Weeks 7-9
  • 55 Hours FI Theory    Ground School
  • Preparation of flights
  • 35 Hours FI Theory     Ground School
  • 35 Hours FI Theory Ground School
  • 20 Hours single engine dual
  • 1 Hour single engine  dual night flight
  • 5 Hours single engine dual
  • 4 Hours single engine mutual ( 2 FI trainees)

* The duration of the course might depend on the discretion of the student

Our FI Rating  Program includes 165 hours of total instructional time as follows :

  • 30 Hours single engine (Cessna 172)
  • 125 Hours Ground school
  • All ground school material & books as well as maps flight computers, bag etc.
  • Aircraft manuals
  • All taxes

Cost:

Our FI Rating Course cost is: €8.000

Not included in the above price:

  • HCAA Handling cost (€300)
  • Accommodation fees and out of base landing and accommodation fees (ex. Night Flights out of base).

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

 

ATPL Integrated

Our  ATPL integrated Course is designed to offer high-level training to students wishing to become professional pilots in only one year. No previous experience is required to start this course. Using state-of-the-art equipment and aircraft, Superior Air will provide training of the highest level to promote your upcoming aviation career.

When you finish our ATPL integrated course you will hold a commercial pilot’s license CPL (A), the Multi-Engine Class Rating (ME), the Instrument Rating (IR) and the ATPL Theory credit as well as the MCC Course. That means that when you finish your training you will know everything you need and will have received all the training necessary to start your career as a pilot.

In Superior Air, we would like to take your training a step beyond the European Regulations. We will give our best to build Airmanship as well as a great aviator’s character and all the skills necessary for you to be a complete professional pilot. After all, it’s not just a license you will need to get a good job tomorrow. Our highly experienced staff will teach you what the books can’t give you and this is what really makes the difference.

Using modern aircraft you will fly both in an  analogue and glass cockpit environment. Also, highly experienced flight instructors having worked in major aviation positions will make sure you know everything that is needed by the time you finish. Superior Air also uses the CATS Groundschool material which is the most modern and proven method of ground training for commercial pilots around the world. Also, our company established a partnership with Aviation Exam for the preparation of the exams.

The integrated course is the fastest way to get a commercial pilot’s license in 12 – 15 months.

Below you can see our course structure :

 

 

 (Weeks 1-4)

 (Weeks 5-7)

 (Weeks 8-19)

  • Preparation of flights
  • ATPL Theory Beginning
  • Initial stage of flights up to the first solo flight
  • Initial Stage of VFR Navigation flights up to the first solo navigation flight.
  • Local dual and solo flights
  • Introduction to basic instrument flight.
  • Night rating
  • Local and VFR Navigation dual and solo flights
  • 14 Hours single engine dual
  • 0,5 Hour solo
  • 4 Hours area work dual
  • 5 Hours area work solo
  • 5 Hours single engine dual navigation
  • 5 Hours solo navigation
  • 5 Hours basic instruments
  •  5 Hours night flights
  • 43 Hours  x/c solo flights

(Weeks 20-54)

(Weeks 55-56)

  • Introduction to advanced Instrument Flight
  • ATPL Theory completion (week 25) Introduction to Multi Engine
  • Mcc Course
  • preparation for the skill test
  • Aviation English Language Proficiency check
  • 93 Hours dual instrument navigation
  • Single and Multi  Engine Instrument Flight
  • 20 Hours ground instruction / 15 hours simulator
  • 2 Hours dual Multi Engine (preparation for the skill test).
  • 1 examination in our school’s premises.

 

In conclusion, the above program includes everything a pilot needs to become a holder of a CPL(A)(IR)/MEP license with ATPL Theory Credit, MCC Course and the Aviation English Language proficiency check. There is nothing else you will need after completing your training here.

Overview :

Our Integrated 0-ATPL Program includes :

199  hours of total flight time as follows :

134 hours single engine (Cessna 172)

35 hours simulator for the IR

15 hours multi-engine (Tecnam P2006T Glass Cockpit)

15 hours simulator (Alsim ALX Glass cockpit Jet Airplane) for the MCC Course

780 hours CATS Groundschool (In-House) and Brush –up / Special Aircraft Knowledge / Airmanship and decision-making seminars / Special Airline Systems operation and interview preparation.

  • All ground school material as well as maps flight computers, bag etc.
  • Aircraft manuals
  • All taxes
  • 20 hours MCC Course Groundschool
  • Aviation English Language Proficiency check

Cost:

Superior Air is proud to offer you the lowest price in Greece as well as having the package to offer you everything you need to be ready for the aviation market. Our Integrated Course costs €53.000.

Not included in the above price:

  • Cost to issue a medical certificate from an authorized AME
  • HCAA Handling cost (€300)
  • Accommodation fees and out of base landing and accommodation fees (ex. Night Flights out of base).

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

ATPL Modular

Our ATPL Modular Course is designed to offer high level training to students wishing to become professional pilots completing their training as separate modules. This course is usually preferred from people that wish to have the distance learning option in the ground training and/or do not have the time to follow the integrated program which is more demanding. No previous experience is required to start this course.

Using modern equipment and aircraft, Superior Air will provide training of the highest level to promote your upcoming aviation career.   If the applicant is a holder of a PPL or a non JAA licence,  the appropriate modular course for CPL, IR, ME, MCC, Night Qualification and ATPL Theory has to be followed.  Applicants for this course have the choice between Residential and Distance Learning Theoretical Training courses. When you finish our modular course you will hold a commercial pilot’s license CPL (A), the Multi Engine Class Rating (ME), the Instrument Rating (IR) and the ATPL Theory credit.

The MCC Course is also an option. That means that when you finish your training you will know everything you need and will have received all the training necessary to start your career as a pilot. In Superior Air we would like to take your training a step beyond the European Regulations. We will give our best to build Airmanship as well as a great aviator’s character and all the skills necessary for you to be a complete professional pilot. After all, it’s not just a license you will need to get a good job tomorrow.

Superior Air also uses the CATS Ground school material which is the most modern and proven method of ground training for commercial pilots around the world. The Modular course can be completed between 18 to 36 months. Also, our company established a partnership with Aviation Exam for the preparation of the exams.

Below you can see our course structure:

PPLA(A) – 10 Weeks* Build Up – 9 Weeks* CPL(A) – 2 Weeks**
  • No previous experience is required
  • Preparation of flights
  • 100 Hours PPL Theory Ground school
  • 45 Hours flight training
  • Aviation English Proficiency check
  • Local and VFR Navigation PIC (dual) and solo flights
  • ATPL(A) theory (distant learning or in house)
  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1)    OR
  • Has Completed 150 hours as a Pilot
  •  Preparation of flights
  • Completion of ATPL Theory Ground School
  • 31 hours flight training (25 hours if you have the rating  MEP(LAND) in your licence)
  • 35 Hours Single Engine dual
  • 10 Hours Single Engine solo including 5 Hours Cross-Country
  • 90 Hours Single Engine
  • 10 Hours Single Engine dual
  • 10 Hours Single Engine Instrument flight
  •  6 Hours  Multi Engine dual (initial training)
  • 5 Hours Multi Engine dual (complex airplane)

 

IR(A) – 5 Weeks** MCC(A) – 1 Week* Night Qualification (A) – 2-3 Days**
  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1)    AND at least 50 hrs X/C as a PIC
  • Aviation English Ability
  •  Preparation of flights
  • Completion of ATPL Theory Ground School
  • 50 Hours SEP flight training OR 55 Hours if MEP is required
  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1)
  • Preparation of flights
  • 20 hrs MCC Theory Ground School
  • 15 hrs flight training     Completion of ATPL Theory Ground School
  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1)
  • Preparation of flights
  • 5 hrs flight training
  • 15 Hours Single Engine dual Instrument flight
  • 35 Hours Simulator Instrument flight
  • 5 Hours Multi Engine dual instrument flight
  • 20 Hours simulator (MCC course)
  • 4 Hours Single Engine dual
  • 1 Hour Single Engine solo

*Duration of the course depends on the discretion of the student
**Duration for flights only

 

If you choose to take one of the ATPL Theory courses you avoid attending the modular Theory of each License for the CPL Course.

In conclusion the above program includes everything a pilot needs to become a the holder of a CPL(A)/IR/MEP license with ATPL Theory Credit , MCC Course and the Aviation English Language proficiency check. There is nothing else you will need after completing your training in Superior Air.

Overview :

Our Modular 0-ATPL Program includes 241 hours of total flight time as follows :

  • PPL 45 Hours
  • HOUR BUILD UP 90 Hours
  • CPL / ME 31 Hours
  • IR 15 Hours SEP + IR 35 Hours Simulator + 5 Hours MEP
  • MCC 20 Hours
  • Night Qualification 5 Hours
  • 210 Hours single Engine (Cessna 172)
  • 16 Hours Multi Engine (Tecnam P2006T Glass Cockpit)
  • 20 Hours simulator (Alsim ALX Glass cockpit Jet Airplane) for the MCC Course
  •  780 hours CATS Ground school (In-House) and Brush –up / Special Aircraft Knowledge / Airmanship and decision making seminars / Special Airline Systems operation and interview preparation.
  • All Ground school material & books as well as maps flight computers, bag etc.
  • Aircraft manuals
  • All taxes
  • 20 Hours MCC Course Ground school
  • Aviation English Language Proficiency check

 

Cost:

1)  €53.000 with Distance learning ATPL Theory or

2)  €55.000 with In House learning ATPL Theory.

Not included in the above price:

  • Cost to issue a medical certificate from an authorized AME
  • HCAA Handling cost (€300)
  • Accommodation fees and out of base landing and accommodation fees (ex. Night Flights out of base)
  • Aircrafts rental for the examinations
  • Cost of MCC Course (€2.300)

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Instrument Rating (A)

In order to be able to fly with a Single Engine or Multi Engine aircraft in controlled airspace and/or in weather conditions that require compliance with Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), you will need the Instrument Rating (IR). The IR training requirements depend on which aircraft type you are interested to fly and the license you hold. An applicant for an IR (A) shall hold a PPL (A) including a night qualification or CPL (A) and shall have completed at least 50 hours cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command in airplanes.

An applicant for an IR(A) shall have demonstrated the ability to use the English language by taking the Aviation English Language Proficiency check with the Superior Air FTO.

This package is created for PPL (A) SEP or CPL (A) SEP holders who are interested to take a SEP / IR and it takes 3 – 6 weeks* to complete.

Below you can see our course structure:

 

Weeks 1-2 Weeks 3-5 Weeks 5-6
  • Preparation of flights
  • IR  Theory Beginning
  • Basic Instrument Flights
  • Procedural Instrument dual flights
  • IR Theory completion (week 6)
  • 10 hours single engine dual Basic Instrument
  • 30 hours single engine dual Procedural Instrument – Navigation
  • 10 hours single engine dual Procedural Instrument – Navigation

 

It costs €8.100 and includes:

  • 50 hours SEP (35 Flight Simulator + 15 Flight time)

 

Not included:

  • ATPL(A) Theory distance learning ( costs €3500), if not held already

*Duration of flights only

 

For PPL (A) /MEP or CPL (A) /MEP Class rating holders, additional 5 hours ME/IR training is required and costs €2.100 more.

The following package is created for PPL (A) SEP or CPL (A) SEP holders who are interested to take a MEP / IR and it takes 5 – 7 weeks*  to complete.

Weeks 1-2 Weeks 3-6 Weeks 5-7
  • Preparation of flights
  • IR  Theory Beginning
  • Basic Instrument Flights
  • Procedural Instrument dual flights
  • Introduction to Multi Engine Instrument Flight
  • IR Theory completion (week 7)
  • 10 hours single engine dual Basic Instrument
  • 30 hours single engine dual Instrument navigation
  • 2,5 hours dual Multi Engine Contact flight
  • 3,5 hours dual Multi Engine flight in Engine Failure Procedures
  • 10 hours Multi Engine dual Procedural Instrument

 

It costs €14.400 and includes:

  • 30 hours SEP (C-172 CESSNA)
  • 15 hours MEP aircraft (TECNAM 2000P)

Not included:

  • ATPL(A) Theory distance learning ( costs €3500), if not held already

*Duration for flights only

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Commercial Pilot License (A)

The aim of the CPL (A) modular course is to train PPL (A) or ICAO pilot license holders to the level of proficiency necessary to operate single-pilot single-engine and/or multi-engine airplanes in commercial air transportation and to obtain the JAA CPL(A)/SP/MEP.

On a full time basis the course (only the flight training) can be completed in 3 weeks, but it can also be done in longer time on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Below you can see our course structure:

CPL (A) – 3 Weeks*
  • PPL (A) holder (ICAO Annex 1)    OR
  • Has Completed 150 hours as a Pilot
  • Preparation of flights
  • 781 hrs ATPL Theory Ground School
  • 31 hours flight training (25 hours if you have the rating  MEP(LAND) in your licence).
  • 10 hrs single engine dual
  • 10 hrs single engine Instrument flight
  •  6 hrs   multi engine  dual(initial training)
  •  5 hrs   multi engine  dual(complex airplane)

*Duration of flights only

Duration of the course depends on the discretion of the student

By attending the ATPL Theory courses you avoid attending the modular Theory of each License which is more cost effective especially if you consider that most Airlines require pilots to have the ATPL Theory credit before an interview.

Overview :

Our CPL  Program includes 31 hours (25 hours) of total flight time as follows :

  • 20 hours single engine (Cessna 172)
  • 11 hours multi engine (tecnam P2006T) or 5 hours ,  if you have the rating  MEP(LAND) in your licence.
  •  780 hours Ground school (CATS ATPL Theory)
  •  All ground school material as well as maps flight computers , bag etc.
  •  Aircraft manuals
  •  All taxes

Cost:

Our CPL Course cost is:  €11.950 using the distance learning method or €14.950 using the Inhouse groundschool method.

The flight Training only, cost is: €8.500 (€5.800  if you have the rating MEP(LAND) in your licence).

Not included in the above price:

  • Cost to issue a medical certificate from an authorized AME
  • HCAA Handling cost (approximately €300)
  • Accommodation  fees and out of base landing and accommodation fees (ex. Night Flights out of base).

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Private Pilot License (A)

If you are 16 years old and you wish to acquire an Aviators License  you can start right now…

The aim of our Private Pilot License PPL (A) course is to train you to fly safely and efficiently under Visual Flight Rules either for recreational purposes or as part of a commercial training. The course consists of a minimum 45 hours of flight training.

On a full time basis the course can be completed in 70 – 90 days but it can also be done in longer time on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Below you can see our course structure:

PPL (A) – 70 to 90 Days*
  • No previous experience required
  • Preparation of flights
  • 100 Hours PPL Theory Ground School
  • 45 Hours Flight Training
  • 35 Hours Single Engine dual (Up to 5 hours simulator)
  • 10 Hours Single Engine solo including 5 hours X-Country

*Duration of the course depends on the discretion of the student

Overview :

Our PPL  Program includes 45 hours of total flight time as follows :

  • 45 hours single engine (Cessna 172) (Up to 5 hours simulator)
  • 100 hours Ground school
  • All ground school material as well as maps flight computers , bag etc.
  • Aircraft manuals

Cost:

Our PPL Course cost is: €8.890.

Not included in the above price:

  • Cost to issue a medical certificate from an authorized AME
  • HCAA Handling cost (apprx. €300)
  • Taxes (VAT 24% is applied to the above price if the training is not part of a commercial training).
  • Αviation English Language Profiency Check (€260)

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.

 

Night Rating (A)

Night Rating allows you to exercise the privileges of your PPL at night. You need 5 hours of night flight training including at least 1 hour of cross-country navigation, and 1 hour solo. The training takes 2 to 3 days to complete.

Superior Air operates the Cessna 172 airplane for this training.

Below you can see our course structure:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
  • Preparation of flights
  • Dual Flight Rating
  • Dual Night flight training
  • Solo Night flight
  • 5 hours classroom (Aircraft introduction, Introduction to Night Procedures)
  • 2 hours dual Night flight
  • 2 hours dual Night flight including cross country
  • 1 hour solo

Cost:

The Night Rating Package costs €1.000 and it includes:

  • 5 Hours Single Engine aircraft

Not included in the above price:

  • Night Accomodation Fees of student and Instructor
  • HCAA Handling cost (appr. €300)

 

Prices and/or course structures may change without notice.