ADVANCED UPSET PREVENTION AND RECOVERY TRAINING COURSE - UPRT(A)

This course constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).

Requirements:

  • Class 1 medical certificate
  • Commercial Pilot’s Licence & SEP Rating

Upon successful completion of the UPRT course the ATO will issue a certificate to the applicant.

Ground School:

5 hours of theoretical instruction given in one day

Flight Training:

3 DUAL flight instruction hours with a flight instructor FI(A) qualified in accordance with FCL.915(e) in an aeroplane eligible for UPRT training.

Estimated duration of the course:

It usually takes 2/3 days.

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Rafael Vidal Dupuy

Airpull Aviation Academy has been my flight school during my process of becoming a commercial pilot. This great school has always provided me with outstanding services. Not only the facilities but their own large fleet of aircrafts allow for a “non-queuing” experience and focus on what is most important, flying as much as possible, gaining knowledge and experience. All of this wouldn’t be possible either without their great team of instructors and, of course, an unbeatable meteorology, which helps swift the process. If your dream can be found in an airplane’s console, I can’t do anything but recommend Airpull Aviation Academy.

Jorge Roig

Perfect place to invest in studying an Integrated ATPL(A) Course. Thanks to its facilities with its own private aerodrome, that is always in constant evolution and improvements, its instructors whose education is constantly updating and with unique experiences within different airlines, make Airpull Aviation Academy leader in pilot training.

Vicente Soler

Airpull Aviation Academy has been and is my home. The place where I started and finished my ATPL studies to later become an airline pilot. The possibility of having an own aerodrome with no waiting times or commercial traffic interruptions make it a wonderful place for the instruction. Good aircraft maintenance and an excellent human team!

Jean Gabriel Ducournau

A great Flying School. Neat, well kept, organized, clean, efficient, SAFE, great instructors, great food at the Restaurant and best of it all: It makes you feel at home. The airport environment is very enjoyable where you get to see all kind of Aviators, from aviation students with their instructor or doing their solo flights to all kind of aircraft owners who gather to have fun while flying their airplanes and their family and friends sharing great Spanish food. Just like I said above, being ran by its owners, you can feel how well the want to do it and they do indeed!!
If you are searching for a suitable place to discover aviation or become a professional Pilot in Europe search no more: This is it!

Stefano Martegani

I was an italian modular ATPL student and I did there my IR, NR, ME, CPL and MCC.
The high level of school's organization, together with amazing instructors, gave me the best pilot training ever.
I did in 5 months what I could have done in Italy in 12, also because the airdrome is property of the school, with all the advantages of the case.
100% best quality/cost ratio for pilot training!

George Predoiu

At Airpull Aviation during my PPL was amazing. They made an amazing job to schedule training flights when was possible for me as I live in another country. The own aerodrome and facilities are good to train you to become a grate pilot as you can do as many landings and take offs as you want. Looking forward to start the ATPL now!

Student FAQ

Airpull Aviation Academy, as being the only school in Spain with its own aerodrome, comes with a bigger advantage above the rest, as the number of operations it conducts is highly superior. The fact of having its own aerodrome also allows centralizing all the education on the same spot, being Requena aerodrome where all the classrooms, aircrafts, simulators and student dorms are located.

The main difference between the three Integrated ATPL(A) courses is the student’s number of flight hours, Premium Integrated Course having the highest. This course consists of 195 real flight hours and 80 simulator flight hours, adding up to a total of 280 flight hours the student has to accumulate at the time of finishing the course and going through the exam.
This course earned Airpull Aviation Academy the best European School award in the year 2019.

It is worth noticing that the regulations allow enrollment after having completed up to 11th grade, so the general requirement is to have a High School diploma that allows you to go to the University.

Not only to become a Commercial Pilot but also to start your Integrated ATPL(A) Course you must successfully pass the aeronautical medical examination Class 1. This quite over the top-sounding examination is nothing more than a normal examination in which doctors check your physical and psychological state in the face of your future pilot position.

Affirmative, the use of glasses is absolutely allowed in your Commercial Pilot or ATPL(A) Pilot career. The current regulation allows up to 6 diopters in myopia or farsightedness and up to 1.5 in astigmatism. It is just mandatory, as when driving cars, to carry with you a spare secondary pair of glasses.

There is no concrete English certificate requirement in Aviation but the higher the level the better, as both the course and the official exams are conducted in the English language. Plus you will be faced with a written and oral English exam when joining any airline as a pilot.

Pioneer school for pilots in Europe, with more than 14 years’ experience and a fleet of 10 aircraft, 2 simulators and 2 personal aerodromes.