Pilot Training FAQ – Sevenair Academy
Pilot Training FAQ
Learn more about how you can become an Airline Transport Pilot — ATPL(A) with Sevenair Academy. Here you will find the main Frequently Asked Questions about our pilot training program. Is you have more questions contact our support team.
Are all classes taught in English?
Yes, all the training is held in English.
For two reasons: English is the official language of aviation; Sevenair Academy has an international academy has students of over 35 nationalities as such it’s the usual conversation language.
How long does the course take?
The course has a minimum legal duration of 12 months and a maximum of 36 months. The average to complete it is 24 months. The real duration of the course depends of various conditions such as student’s performance at theoretical exams, weather conditions, and others. This makes that some students complete the training well below 20 months and other not.
What’s the schedule of the course?
The ATPL Integrated course has 2 different schedule options: Full-Time (09h30am to 04h30pm) and Night course (06h30pm to 09h30pm). Both are from Monday to Friday during the ground school. During the flight phase schedule varies during all 7 week days.
Is it mandatory to have Maths and Physics of 12th grade?
No. In case the student didn’t had maths and physics at 12th grade, Sevenair Academy includes 33h of those subjects at the beginning of the course. The exams are later done at our academy and they are approved by ANAC.
I’m from professional school, is it possible to join the course?
Yes. You only need to have 12th grade concluded regardless of the path you have taken. You will be very welcome to join our pilot course.
I haven’t followed a science subjects path. Is it possible to join the course?
Yes. Our students come from all areas of training. It’s advisable to have knowledge of English, maths and physics.
What are the entry requisites?
– to have at least 17 years old
– to have minimum mandatory high school (12th grade)
– pass medical exams class 1
– pass psychological and skill test exams
– pass english exam
– pass physical aptitude exam (includes swimming)