Special Programme Aviation Management
Flying Bachelor - Study 'n' Fly
IUBH offers a flight training in cooperation with the Air Alliance Flight Center GmbH. Students registered in the aviation management bachelor degree can get an Airline Transport Pilot License.
The Flying Bachelor in brief
- academic studies in aviation management and simultaneous pilot training
- certificate: Bachelor in Aviation Management and ATPL-License
- unique training profile for entry into the air traffic profession
- normal length of bachelor studies: 6 semesters
- length of the parallel ATPL-training: 6 semesters + x
Pilot training (PPL/ATPL)
The Air Alliance Flight Center conducts the training to become a private pilot (PPL) and the subsequent ATPL- training. This excellent training programme is integrated into the aviation management study course.
You will do your practical pilot training at the Hangelar airfield near Bonn or the Siegerland airport. The trainers are experienced and competent flight instructors. Besides spending time in a FNPT-flight-simulator, you'll fly in high-tech (172 S, DA 42, etc.) airplanes equipped with a glasscockpit GARMIN 1000.
The PPL- theory takes place four weeks before the start of the winter semester. The ATPL-theory is done through the Cat-Distance-Course but you'll get personal guidance on campus through regular meetings with the theory instructor. Before the practical examination by the Luftfahrtbundesamt an 85 hours "present-phase" will be established.
Why the Flying Bachelor?
The additional training offers job security and great career opportunities. Graduates have strong qualifications and appeal to many companies because Flying Bachelor future pilots acquire precise functional and administrative knowledge and are qualified for a fantastic career in the air traffic branch with their unique profile.
Requirements for the ATPL-trainingYou must meet several requirements to qualify for pilot training for the Air Alliance Airline Transport Pilot Licence:
- Medical certificate class 1 (for commercial pilots)
- Sufficient knowledge of English, Maths and Physics or general higher education
- Potential and motivation to complete the Bachelor-study programme (6 semesters, 1 internship semester, 20-25 SWS) and the ATPL-training (Cat-Distance-Course + 85 theory lessons and 200 hours practical flight training)
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