How we work
FlyJAA attaches high value to unambiguous communication and clear expectations. That is why we prefer to clarify how we work in precise detail. If you participate in flight training with FlyJAA, you can expect the following from us:
You introduce yourself via the Registration page on this website. You specify when you want to train and which course you wish to follow, including your personal details.
Verification and payment
We will subsequently contact you to verify your registration and take note of your additional desires. After all, flight training, including travel and accommodation, has to be tailored to meet your specific requirements. After this step, you can complete your payment or choose the initial deposit option.
Flight to America
You fly to America on your desired date with other aspirant pilots who registered for pilot license in America with the same departure date. You fly together as a group to your destination.
Complete flight training
You follow a 28-day EASA PPL training program. After this, you start with hour building to complete your prescribed number of flying hours, in order to be able to start your EASA CPL training. It is possible to acquire the EASA ATPL within 9 months, after which you can commence the EASA CPL module. The duration of the EASA CPL training is approximately three weeks.
Finally, you are ready to enter the big world of aviation.
You follow your flight training under the guidance of experienced flight instructors. Next to building practical experience, you can do theoretical exams if you opted for EASA PPL and EASA CPL/ATPL
Naturally, you can choose an individual module if e.g., you only wish to get the EASA PPL license.
It is also possible to follow the EASA MEP module, which allows you to fly twin engined aircraft. Would you like to qualify as a flight instructor? You can do this by following our EASA FI module. Within four-five weeks, we will train you how to teach flight training.
Accommodation near the airfield
For a period of three weeks, you will enjoy accommodation near the airfield. The accommodation provides all the desired amenities. A free bus service is available to transport you to- and from the airfield. You may also make use of a free bicycle.
Getting European EASA pilot license
The training program ends with a practical examination. Did you not pass immediately? Then you can simply repeat the practical exam. The costs of re-examination are not included in the pilot license costs of FlyJAA however. After completing the flight training you will be in possession of a pilot license which allows you to fly throughout Europe.
Making independent flights
Your pilot license qualifies you to make independent flights. After attaining your EASA PPL pilot license, you are allowed to transport non-paying passengers only. After attaining your EASA CPL / ATPL pilot license, you will be allowed to pilot commercial flights.