The highlight of the course is when the AirCadet get to fly one of the European Pilot Academy ‘s certified training aircraft after completion of theoretical subjects. Following a ground briefing, the AirCadet will be seated in the Pilot seat inside the cockpit. After being made familiar with the instruments and controls and wearing the head set (head phones). The pilot together with the AirCadet will follow through the communications with the Air Traffic Controller for a Start Up and taxi clearance and after lining up on the runway, the Air Traffic controller will clear to commence the ‘Takeoff’.
European Pilot Academy introduced the first FNPT II flight simulator in Malta for advanced commercial and instrument pilot training. During the training the AirCadets will experience the state of the art technology flight simulator where they will be able to simulate any flight conditions all over Europe from a beautiful day, night or a tropical storm!
During this flight students can practice landings and take offs with loads of different abnormal conditions.
At the end of the course the student will sit for the ‘Advanced Aeronautical Exams’ and upon passing, a certificate of completion will be awarded.