What are the requirements to become a Airline pilot?
The condition for participation in the screening leading to the MPL training are:
- Age range 20-35 years
- Secondary education with GCSE
- Knowledge of English at least at the level B2
- Criminal Integrity
During the 18-20 months, the licensees of the multi-pilot aircraft license will first receive ATPL theory and aviation English course.
Practical training includes both single and multi-engine piston aircraft flying (including instrument flying), flying in flight simulators with practical application of Multi-Crew Co-operation (MCC), Jet Orientation Course (JOC).
Type Rating (B737 or A320 type training) and Base Training with twelve take-offs and landings with the actual aircraft of those types. MPL students begin their training, with the successful completion of flying for one of the Czech airlines.
Sign in to the MPL program here.