Title of specialization
|Aviation Engineer (with engineer degree)||Engineer + CPL + ME-IR + MCC-JOC + UPRT + ATPL theory||4 term||120|
|Aviation Specialist||Specialist + CPL + ME-IR + MCC-JOC + UPRT + ATPL theory||4 term||120|
COURSE START (in case of min. 5 applicants)
- semester APPLICATION FORM (application deadline: january 14. 2024.)
The course’s objective is to train qualified professionals with comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge in aviation engineering and piloting, who will fulfill the pre-requisites of a co-pilot / first officer position at European airlines without any major additional training. The theoretical courses with the support of the professors of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transportation Engineering will provide a deeper understanding of aviation engineering than the modular ATPL theory courses. The practical training is carried out with an airline oriented perspective by instructors with airline background and active airline pilot instructors, familiar with the standards of modern commercial air transport, organized by our partner ATO. To conclude the courses, additional to the degree thesis, the relevant commercial pilot exams of the National Aviation Authority must be passed as well.
Attaining the qualifications an “Aviation Engineer”/"Aviation Specialist" is able to:
- Fly as Pilot-in-Command on Single Engine and Multi Engine Piston class, Single Pilot airplanes
- Fly as Co-pilot / First Officer on Multi Pilot airplanes
PRE-REQUISITES FOR AVIATION ENGINEER / SPECIALIST
BSc or equivalent diploma in the following faculties:
The Aviation Engineer and Aviation specialist qualifications do not entitle to perform professional aircraft piloting activities. A Commercial pilot license that entitles to the activity of piloting an aircraft can be obtained by passing a successful theoretical and practical exam in the examination system accredited by the Transport Authority.