Pre-entry requirements

Acceptance into our Integrated Professional Pilot Program requires the following criteria to be met: 

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Passed a pre-entry test in English, Mathematics and Physics
  • Be able to obtain an EASA medical class 1 certificate
  • Proof of no criminal record 

Pre-entry test

The pre-entry test consists of two separate tests to ensure that you have sufficient knowledge of Mathematics, Physics and English. The tests are web-based and can be completed at your convenience from any location. The tests are time-based and consist of general knowledge about the subjects. A further explanation about the test will be sent together with the link.

Request your pre-entry test here

Medical certificate

As a commercial pilot you are required to hold a Medical Class 1 Certificate. Although we do not require it before enrolment, we highly recommend you check to see that you fulfill the requirements. You must hold a medical license prior to your first solo flight. You can obtain a medical certificate in any country that falls under the EASA regulations.

Credit of previous experience

As the integrated training program is a highly structured and intensive course and already has a reduction in hours compared to the modular course, only a limited amount of experience can be credited towards the training. We can credit holders of a Private Pilot license for as much as 50% of flown hours up-to a maximum of 45 hours in accordance with regulations.