Cantor Air announces the beginning of the 78h PPL course that will start on March the 16th, in Bergamo. The PPL represents the first module of a series of courses, that will bring the students to reach the ambitious scope to become a “First Officer” in the airlines environment.
Meanwhile, in April 2015 the 5th ATPL theoretical course will take place at the didactical center of Cantor Air; this intermediate module is an intensive step that will give the theoretical competence for the following IR and CPL courses. The ATPL course will last for about 6 months and will cover 14 different “Technical” subjects divided in 650 class hours. This course is reserved for PPL holders, and can be combined with the IR and CPL modules.
As usual, we do not have doubts about our outstanding standards, remarked by the successes of the majority of our former students that are now working or are in progress to work in the most important airliner in the market.
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