Quality and accurate address of flight training
PLUS ISTANBUL FLIGHT ACADEMY
Plus Istanbul Flight Academy (IFA) was established in 2018 to provide Professional Pilot Training in accordance with National and International Civil Aviation rules and regulations in order to meet the increasing need for qualified pilots in the fast growing aviation sector. After the establishment phase, IFA has been licensed by the relevant authorities by obtaining the Ministry of National Education Special Courses Approval, General Aviation Operating License and Part-FCL Approved Training Organization (ATO) licenses.
Aviation is a sector in which international standards and rules are applied most effectively due to the technologies and operational characteristics used today in which globalization is effective in all areas of life under rapidly changing world conditions. It is an inevitable fact that the basic training of the pilots, the main actor of the aviation sector, complies with international rules and standards. Flight School; International Civil Aviation Authorities, International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and National Civil Aviation Authority provide flight training in accordance with the rules and standards set by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
To train pilot candidates in the best way with advanced theoretical knowledge and sufficient hours of flight experience at international standards and to provide professional training to meet the growing need for qualified pilots in the fast growing aviation industry.
IFA accepts unconditionally the understanding of existing knowledge and the production of new knowledge. In this context, it opposes all kinds of restrictions in the production and sharing of information processes. It creates an environment in which science and truth search can be done easily, creativity can be expressed and students can develop themselves.
It aims to bring its students to society as individuals with human and moral values and respect for them, equipped with leadership skills, broad-minded, having the habit of continuous learning and self-renewal. It directs its graduates to work environments where they can use these skills gained in IFA.
PRIVATE PILOT LICENCE
( PPL )
A candidate who wishes to become an airline pilot must first undergo PPL training in which basic theoretical training is taken and basic skills used by a pilot are developed. Training consists of a total of 120 hours of theoretical lessons and 46,5 hours of flight training. At the end of this training, the candidate will be able to fly as a non-commercial pilot on any single-engine propeller aircraft. CONDITIONS; • Be at least 18 years old • To be at least high school and equivalent school graduates • Having a valid health certificate issued by aviation medical centers
AIRLINE PILOT LICENCE ATPL (A) FROZEN
It consists of 880 hours of theory and 220 hours of flight training. Almost all of the theoretical trainings are given online. The training lasts 16-18 months. Theoretical and simulator trainings are provided in Istanbul and flight trainings are provided in Çorlu. At the end of the trainings, the student pilot is entitled to receive an Airline Pilot License ATPL (A) FROZEN license.
SPECIFIC MODULAR ATPL FOR EMPLOYEES
With the modular training model, you can have an airline pilot license with theoretical training suitable for your working hours and a specific flight training program. In order to receive a Commercial Pilot License, it is necessary to meet certain requirements set by the DGCA.
ATPL THEORY (650 HOURS)
The aim of the course is to enable the candidates to reach theoretical knowledge level at ATPL (A) level. It is a course that allows you to take the theoretical training part of the Airline Transport Pilot Training remotely.
NIGHT FLIGHT TRAINING ( NR )
The trainees; visual flight ratings (VFR), as a pilot in charge (PIC), aims to improve flight skills. Flight training is 5 hours. Within the framework of Turkey AIP; visual flight data, reinforcing the ability to see and distinguish at night, airport lights and square tours, landing gear lamps, including indoor and outdoor landing trainings.
PILOT IN CHARGE ( PIC )
These are the flights carried out by pilot or pilot candidates who have a valid pilot license and health certificate and wish to complete the required flight time to increase flight experience or become a commercial pilot.
INSTRUMENT RATING ( IR )
IR is flight training under instrument flight rules and conditions. It covers a total of 50 hours of flight training. (1 hour control flight is not included in this hour.) 15 hours on board and 35 hours as synthetic training in FNPT-II simulator. INSTRUMENT RATING TYPES; • Single Engine Instrument Rating (SE-IR) • Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME-IR).
COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE TRAINING ( CPL )
It is a valid training model for pilot candidates who wish to pilot commercial aircraft. Includes 15 hours of flight training and 1 hour of control flight. CONDITIONS; • Prior to commencing a modular commercial pilot license course, the candidate must have a PPL (A) issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1. • Have completed 150 hours flight time as a pilot.
MULTI-ENGINE FLIGHT TRAINING ( ME )
The student who has successfully passed the CPL / IR control flight exam also completes this stage to obtain ME authorization. This is a 13-hour flight training required to operate multiple engine aircraft. 10 hours of the flight is carried out in real flight and 3 hours of it is performed as synthetic training in FNPT-II simulator. CONDITIONS; • Own a Private (PPL (A) or Commercial Pilot (CPL) license with night flight authorization NR. • Having a single engine instrument if multi-engine airplanes will be trained to be certified on a single pilot