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Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC)

Next Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC) will take place 22 - 24 March @ 17 - 22. The course - which is held at Iceland Aviation Academy facilities in Hafnarfjordur - gives the pilot the rights to work in a multi-crew aircraft.
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Theoretical knowledge examinations at ICETRA

Theoretical knowledge examinations at ICETRA will be held February 15th - 19th. Here you can find most relevant information regarding the exams. We wish our students the best of luck in the week ahead!
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Flight Instructor (FI) Course in April

The Flight Instructor Certificate (FI) prepares you for the role as a flight instructor. During the course twelve week program you will learn how to prepare briefings and conduct practical sessions for flight training. The Flight Instructor Certificate is a good way to gain experience after you have finished your commercial pilot training, and it gives you the opportunity to refine your pilot skills. The next course starts on April 12th
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Holiday greetings from Iceland Aviation Academy

Best Holiday Wishes from Iceland Aviation Academy. Our office will be closed for the Holidays from 19 December. We open again 4 January 2020.
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Increased support to professional pilot training in Iceland

Iceland Aviation Academy will receive 80 million ISK annually for the next three years as a result of a new support initiative by the Icelandic government. The goal is to increase and support professional pilot training in Iceland.
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Theoretical Modular ATPL Courses start in November

Next Modular ATPL courses start on 16 November 2020. Iceland Aviation Academy teaches in accordance with the EASA Part-FCL requirements and have approved teaching status from the Icelandic Civil Aviation Administration; furthermore, the course syllabus follows that given out by EASA in accordance with pan-European issuing directives for pilot licenses.
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FI Refresher Seminar

Iceland Aviation Academy offers Flight Instructor Refresher Seminars on a regular basis. The next course takes place 5 - 6 October 2020. The course takes two days and is taught 17 - 20 each day at our faciliteis in Hafnarfjordur, Iceland.
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New Accountable Manager at Iceland Aviation Academy

Mr. Kari Karason, Type Rating Examiner, Instructor and Captain at Icelandair, is a new member of the Iceland Aviation Academy administrative team as Accountable Manager for the newly formed flight school.
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New Head of Training at Iceland Aviation Academy

David Brar Unnarsson has been employed as Head of Training at the newly established Iceland Aviation Academy (IAA), a department of Keilir Academy in Iceland which has offered pilot training since early 2008.
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Integrated Professional Pilot Program

The IATPL program requires no previous experience and takes 24 months from start to finish – ready to apply for the airlines. All training is conducted in English.
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