Flight school //About us and our Fleet
Flight Academy - Approved training organisation (ATO)
Student has to get first-hand aviation information, adequate advices and real life pilot experiences. With this reason our flght academy based on flight instructors current or ex-commercial pilots and experienced
In Slovenia we establish EASA approved flight training organisation in 2012 with the purposes to ensure future pilots most proffesional training based on our experiences in world wide airline operation (cargo and passanger).
Flight Academy is an EASA approved training organization (SI.ATO.021) which provides practical and theoretical training in accordance with EU OPS FCL standards valid in all JAA countries. Submitting of the licence in other countries than that part of JAA usually consists of a short administrative procedure.
In Flight Academy we put maximum focus on professional care and flight training. Our lecturers and instructors are strictly selected, most of them with professional experience in major Airlines. Whether the goal is flying for the airlines or just as a hobby, the training one will receive in Flight Academy will be at the highest standards and safety levels. Our promise to each trainee is to take personal care of everybody coming to fly with us.
Everybody in Flight Academy has as goal each trainee’s success.
Our main base of Flight Academy is at the International Airport Maribor (LJMB, MBX) in Slovenia.
- international controlled aerodrome
- CTR and TMA Maribor
- concrete runway
- instrument approache
- just a few kms from the center of Maribor
(European Capital of Culture 2012).
- great geographical position, just 20 minutes flight time to Austria, Croatia and 30 minutes to Hungury
- Certified under EASA rules
- We are flying 365 days a year, 24 hours a day
- We are provideing complete theoretical and
practical training from 0 to ATPL frozen in
accordance with JAA requirements
- Our lecturers and instructors are well trained
professionals with long term experience in aviation
- Our ATPL graduates have a high success rate at
CAA exams 4 We provide on-line testing portal
with up-to-date questions.
- We are useing modern interactive audiovisual
- We are provideing wide range of educational
materials, videos and interactive training software
Most flight schools in the EU train in either Cesna or Piper aircraft. We have also Tecnam aircrafts, young and produced in EU. We train in all types and belive that well trained pilot should be quilified in both high wing as well as low wing aircraft which gives our students a district advantage over students from other schools.
The Tecnam P92JS with high wing design is used in our Private and Commercial Pilot Courses.
Proficiency in the Tecnam P92JS helps our students to meet the EASA testing requirement.
Powered by Rotax912S3 100 hp engine, the two seats Tecnam P92JS has a 110 kts maximum cruise speed a climbe rate of 1500 fpm and 400 nm range. The Tecnam P92JS is a relatively easy airplane to fly and an easy transition from the Cessna 152 or Piper Tomahawk.
The Tecnam P2006T is used in our multiengine, instrument andinstructor courses. Powered by two Rotax 912S3 engines with100 hp, the four seats Tecnam P2006Thas a 135 kts maximumcruise speed, climb rate of 2000 fpm, and a 700 nm range. With its wide cabin comfort, low profile instrument panel, complete instrumentation and avionics (including IFR GPS) and stable high wing profile aircraft, the Tecnam P2006T has proven to be a popular choice for multiengine training.
For additional training we are using also
The Comander C114b is used in our commercial, instrument and flight instructor training courses.
Powered by a 260 hp fuel injected Lycoming, the four seats Commander C114b has a 140 kts maximum
cruise spee, 1100 fpm rate of climb, and an 665 nm range. It’s performance make the Commander C114b
the ideal complex transition trainer. From the C114b to the Tecnam P2006T, Piper Seminole or Seneca, you
will find the transition smooth and easy.
When operating simulator you will be impressed withthe high degree of realism. You will immediately notice
that all the cockpit equipement, including flight,engine, and system controls and indicators are modeled
after actual aircraft part, giving the student very realistic feedback.
Additionally simulator uses?aerodynamic models that are collected while flying actual aircraft. All this leads to high fidelity flight simulation that is apparent from engine starting, through taxi, takeoff, climb, course, slow flight, stalls, descent and landing.?We arrange FNPT II/B737/A320
Practical and theoretical training
We provide complete practical and theoretical training for fixed wing aircrafts.
- top quality study materials
- professional lecturers - many of whom are airline pilots with many
years of experience
- large classrooms with projectors and computers and internet access
- on-line question bank
- video materials
- interactive educational materials
- aviation library
We are specialized in complete training from zero to frozen ATPL.Theoretical courses
- ATPL(A) - Airline Transport Pilot License
- PPL (A) - Private Pilot License?
- CPL (A) - Commercial Pilot License?
- IR(A) - Instrument RatingFlight training
- PPL (A)/(H) - Private Pilot License?
- CPL (A)/(H) - Commercial pilot license
- IR (A) - Instrument rating?
- FI (A) - Flight instructor?
- IRI (A) - Instrument rating instructor?
- Night qualification?
- Trial introductory flights?
- Time buildingAviation English
- ICAO language proficiency?
- ICAO English refresh course
- IR English according to EU OPS FCL
The structure of the flight training
The trainees will start with theoretical course for PPL and PPL flight training at the same time.
Night qualification is integrated into PPL training.
After obtaining the Private Pilot License, the trainees will attend the ATPL theoretical course. The ATPL-theory is the highest level of theory available in the aviation industry..
While attending the ATPL theoretical course, the trainee will start the instrument qualification flight training (IR). Upon completion of IR, the trainee will continue with commercial flight training and then proceed to multi engine training.