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Train in us, fly in Europe?


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Written on: 14. 10. 2017 [10:43]
flightwork1
Board Cadet Pilot
registered since: 16.08.2014
Posts: 9
Dear all, good day,

I would like to know what I should do to fill the gaps between the following training and European airlines hiring requirements

240 Hour Egypt Career Package:

Private Pilot Part
Dual Instruction Cessna 152
45 Hours
Solo Flight Time Cessna 152
10 Hours
Briefing and Debriefing Time
5 Hours
1-one-1 Ground School
15 Hours
Online Ground School Course 1
Total Flight Time
55 Hours

Instrument Pilot Part
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 G1000
54 Hours
Dual Redbird AATD
3 Hours
Briefing and Debriefing Time
5 Hours
1-one-1 Ground School
15 Hours
Online Ground School Course 1
Total Flight Time
57 Hours

Commercial Pilot Part
Dual Instruction Cessna 152
36 Hours
Dual Instruction Cessna 172RG
20 Hours
Solo Flight Time Cessna 152
65 Hours
Briefing and Debriefing Time
5 Hours
1-one-1 Ground School
15 Hours
Online Ground School Course 1
Total Flight Time
121 Hours

Multi Engine Add-on Part
Dual Instruction BE-76 Multi
7 Hours
Briefing and Debriefing Time
5 Hours
1-one-1 Ground School
2 Hours
Total Flight Time
7 Hours

Best regards
Mohamed Zoelfakar



 

 

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