Cockpit Experience Flight

The aviation sector is attracting more and more attention and people are no longer limited to traveling, but also want to discover more closely the world of pilots. So, what would it be like to try the flight experience in a cockpit? This experience gives you the opportunity to sit next to the pilot during a real flight and closely observe how the flight unfolds.

The cockpit flight experience offers an excellent opportunity for those who are interested in aviation and want to learn about the workings behind the flights. You will have the chance to learn about the pilot’s responsibilities, challenges and flight safety during the flight. You can also enrich this exciting experience by observing what the pilots are doing.

The experience of flying in the cockpit is not only suitable for those interested in aviation, but also for those looking for a new and exciting adventure. This experience can be an unforgettable gift option for your loved ones. You can offer this experience as a gift to your loved ones, especially those who are aviation enthusiasts, for birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions. This experience will remain an unforgettable memory in their lives.


General Information on Flight Principles, Communication and Instrumentation


At least 12 years old (Individuals under the age of 18 must come with their family)
No Health Problems Preventing Flight


Want to Experience Flight in the Cockpit
Aviation Related
Aiming for a Career in Aviation

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Difference between Modular ATPL and Integrated ATPL?

In modular education, the stages of training can take place in different institutions and spread over time. In integrated education, training is combined in a single institution and requires continuity.

The training period varies according to the availability of the person, exam performance and meteorology, but lasts 14-18 months on average.

Modular ATPL training consists of PPL, PIC, ATPL Theory, NVFR, IR, CPL and ME stages.

If you fail the checkride, you will only fly as many extra flights as the examiner determines for the training you have checked. Afterwards, you will take a check flight again.

The SEP(A) authorization on the CPL(A) you have received as a result of this training is valid for 2 years, while the IR(A) and ME(A) are valid for 1 year. To extend your license, you must make a renewal flight before or after the expiry of the respective validity periods.

When you complete the training, you will have flown a total of 217:00 hours including check flights.

You do not need to speak English during the first 4 months of training, but you must have English proficiency at ICAO Level 4 before commercial pilot training. Eğitim alırken ingilizcenizi geliştirmeniz tavsiye edilir.

A 1st class medical certificate is sufficient for CPL(A), IR (A) and ME (A), and a 2nd class medical certificate is sufficient for PPL(A), PIC and NVFR.

The course starts with PPL theoretical training and continues with ATPL theoretical training after the PPL is issued. Frequently asked questions about ATPL theory can be found here.

010 Air Law and ATC Procedures, 021 Airframe/ Aircraft Systems/ Engine, 022 Instrument/Electronics, 031 Weight and Balance, 032 Performance, 033 Flight Planning and Monitoring, 040 Human Performance and Limits, 050 Meteorology, 061 General Navigation, 062 Instrument Navigation, 070 Operating Procedures, 081 Flight Principles, 091 VFR Communication, 092 IFR Communication

Modular ATPL Training takes 14-18 months depending on the main factors such as individual performance, study discipline and meteorology.

ATPL Training Course Prices start from 68.000 Euros at our flight academy.

In order for a person to become an airline pilot, he or she must receive ATPL training from flight schools. ATPL pilots can apply for jobs with airline companies.

ATPL stands for Airline Transport Pilot License in English and Airline Transport Pilot License in Turkish. It is the type of license a person must obtain to become an airline pilot.

ATPL training lasts between 14-18 hours, depending on the performance of the person and meteorological conditions. In total, the training covers over 700 hours of theoretical and 210 hours of flight training.