Airline Pilot ATPL Trainings
PIC Flight Training
Pilot in Charge of Flight, or PIC (ing.: Pilot In Command) for short, refers to the solo flight of a student pilot receiving flight training. In the trainings applied within the scope of PPL, CPL and ATPL licenses, PIC flights must be performed within the periods determined by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation.
Candidates enrolled in the PIC (Pilot-in-Charge Flight) module at our flight academy are offered the following training programs upon their request:
IR Theoretical trainings
IR Flight Practice Trainings
Square tour trainings
IMPORTANT NOTE: Since PIC flights are not included in the scope of training in accordance with the regulations, the above articles are not binding. It is only applied if the candidate requests it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our fleet consists of 3 Cessna 172, 3 Cessna 152, 1 Tecnam P2008JC and 1 Evektor EV-97. Click here for images of our fleet
Fees include safety pilot, airport expenses and transportation.
Yes, we do. You can stay in our student house.
Your transportation to the airport is provided by our school. Bu hizmet için ek bir ücret alınmamaktadır.
All fees to be paid to the airport during your flights are included in the hourly PIC fee.
For PIC flights, payment is made with the pay-as-you-fly system. You can pay for a maximum of 10 hours owed to the school.
Yes. In our school you can take a tour of the square or do IR Practical Exercises. In addition, IR theoretical training is given in our school to PICs who are not in sufficient condition in terms of basic tool knowledge.
Samsun-Çarşamba Airport is used as the base for our operations. During your daily flight departing from Çarşamba Airport, you can plan your navigation to the following airports. Ordu-Giresun Airport, Trabzon Airport in the East, 19 Mayıs Airport, Sinop Airport, Kastamonu Airport in the West, Ankara Esenboğa Airport, Tokat Airport, Sivas Nuri Demirağ Airport, Nevsehir-Tuzkoy Airport in the South
Corlu Atatürk Airport is used as the base for our operations. You can plan your daily flights departing from Corlu Atatürk Airport to the following airports during your daily flight time. Ataturk Airport, Kocaeli Cengiz Topel Airport in the East; Bursa Yenisehir Airport, Canakkale Airport, Balikesir Koca Seyit Airport, Balikesir Central Airport in the South
Selcuk Efes Airport is used as base for our operations. During your daily flight departing from Selcuk Efes Airport, you can plan your navigation to the following airports: Cardak Airport, Usak Airport, Zafer Airport, Isparta Suleyman Demirel Airport in the East Balıkesir Central Airport, Balıkesir Kocaseyit Airport in the North Bodrum Milas Airport, Dalaman Airport in the South
It is obligatory to fly with Safety Pilot for the first 10 hours. If you are realase after your first 10 hours, you can fly without a safety pilot.
With your EASA license, you can perform a PIC flight after completing the DGCA conversion procedures. Free support is provided to our students for the conversion process. You can find detailed information here.
In accordance with EASA and DGCA regulations, the pilot who will perform the pilot in charge flight in our school must have performed a flight with at least 3 landings and take-offs within the last 90 days. Pilots who do not meet this requirement must perform a 1 hour refresher flight with at least 3 landings and take-offs. These flights are charged at the normal PIC fare rate. The adaptation flight is not counted in the PIC time.
If you are flying with a Cessna 172, you can invite your guests to the flight every time you fly. Airport apron entrance fees for your guests are included in the PIC fee you pay, and there is no additional charge. If you have booked a 2-seater flight, we can schedule your guests on any Cessna 172 flight based on availability.
During your PPL training you fly 10 hours PIC, during your NVFR training you fly 1 hour PIC, apart from these you have to fly 89 more hours as PIC and fly 100 hours PIC in total.
1 time is enough.
You must have a minimum of 50 hours of PIC flight time to start IR training and a minimum of 70 hours of PIC flight time to start CPL training. You must have a minimum of 50 hours of PIC flight time to start IR training and a minimum of 70 hours of PIC flight time to start CPL training.
After the required refresher flight in approved training organizations in Turkey, an application for license conversion can be made to DGCA with the refresher documents without any other flight.
For those who want to fly all of their PIC flights in our school, discounts are applied in our NVFR and ATPL Theory trainings.
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