- All students must wear EPA Uniforms at all times.
- Females are reminded that loose long hair is not acceptable and must be secured.
- Males are reminded that loose long or spiky hair is not acceptable.
- Jewelry such as earrings and studs are not allowed.
- The use of mobile phones/SMS during class is not permitted. Phones may be used during the breaks.
We at EPA strive to provide excellent service to our student pilots, and therefore different options are available to assist you during your training stay. Since FalCom Ltd, a group member of the Falcon Alliance Group is a professional company within the hotel hospitality industry in Malta, we will be more then happy to assist you should you require accommodation assistance.
Student Accommodation in Malta
Host family accommodation in single or double rooms. Ideal for students pilots whilst completing pilot training.
Upon your arrival at the Malta International Airport, an EPA representative will meet you at the Arrival Terminal and drive you to your accommodation. We will also provide you with assistance as how to come over to the academy.
The Maltese Islands are not very large, which makes getting around relatively trouble-free.
The public bus service on Malta and Gozo is a good way to get around as buses serve the major tourist areas, go practically everywhere and are cheap and efficient. The longest bus journey takes about fifty minutes; the average ride is between twenty and thirty minutes. For more information, like bus routes and timetables, visit https://www.publictransport.com.mt/
Renting a car is also a good option if you want to get to the farther reaches of the island, especially as taxis can be somewhat expensive. All the road signs are in English and driving is on the left.
Major and local car hires are located on Malta and Gozo with daily rates of €16 – €28. International and national driving licenses are acceptable. A number of internationally based car hiring firms as well as local garages also offer the services of chauffeur-driven cars. Renting scooters, motorbikes or mountain bicycles is an option, but travel this way can be somewhat limited as not all roads are two-wheel vehicle friendly.
A regular ferry service links Malta to Gozo, taking about 20 minutes each way. There are also regular boat services between each island and Comino.