In this section, Global Aviation has listed some questions and answers, commonly known as Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). These are some basic questions that most potential students commonly ask when they contact Global Aviation.
Please read the listed questions and answers and contacts us in order to provide you with more detailed information, regarding our school and our courses.
Drawing upon over 20 years of pilot training expertise, Global Aviation Flight Academy has been approved by the EASA to offer high quality and focused ab initio training to prospective pilots from around the globe.
Global Aviation Cabin Crew Academy, approved by the EASA, offers focused courses for those who dream to work in the aviation industry, as crew members.
Global Aviation Maintenance Center, also approved by the EASA, offers top- quality aircraft maintenance solutions. Global Aviation’s greatest advantage is the fact that it controls the maintenance of its own fleet of aircraft, securing the safety of its students and flight instructors.
Our airport base is at the Civil Aviation Airport of Pachi, Megara where you can contact us to schedule an appointment for pilot training information while our headquarters are located in Athens where you can contact us to schedule an appointment for cabin crew training information.
Ab initio is a Latin term which means “from the beginning”. You can start your professional pilot training or your cabin crew training without having any prior experience. You can start from 0 up to the point that the cadet will secure his/her pilot license or cabin crew attestation.
Global Aviation may offer you a demo flight, in order to help you feel confident about your decision to pursue a commercial pilot career.
An EASA approved training school allows you to work in any European based airline. If you wish to work outside Europe, you can convert your EASA license at the competent authority of the relevant country that you wish to fly in.
Yes. Global Aviation has a dedicated career services team whose overall aim is to assist our current students as well as our graduates to land an aviation career.
The medical certificate is a statement from an approved medical doctor that the applicant fulfills the health requirements to operate an aircraft in flight.
Global Aviation has created partnerships with hotels and real estate agencies in the area of Megara where its airport base is located.. The academy can provide multiple options of modern studios and brand new flats to its students.
The school offers free transportation to and from its Ground School Base in Athens and its Airport Base in Pachi, Megara.
The academy does not offer discounts to any of its courses. On the other hand, if you consider to apply for a bank loan, we can send you an Acceptance Letter Certificate, stating that the school has accepted you as a student.
Over the next 20 years, the Asia Pacific region will lead the worldwide growth in demand for pilots, with a requirement for 266,000 new pilots. North America will require 212,000, Europe 148,000, the Middle East 68,000, Latin America 54,000, Africa 29,000 and Russia/ Central Asia 27,000
Yes, you can. The ATP Integrated program is designed for ab-initio students who wish to pursue the career of a professional pilot.
European students can start the course, even if they are 17 years old. For non-European students who will need a Type D visa, they must wait to be 18 years old in order to start their visa issuing process and finally apply to our pilot academy.
Yes. The student will have 2 breaks during his training, for two weeks on December and another two on April.
Yes, any EASA license is internationally recognized. You will need to convert you license, only if you decide to fly outside E.U.
There are two kind of airlines, the first kind hires new and inexperienced pilots while the second kind hires only experienced pilots. When your will start your career you can only apply to the first kind of airlines. The ones you were looking (for example with minimum requirement of 1000 hours flight experience) is obviously the second kind of airlines. All pilots around the world start their career with maximum 200 to 250 hours flight experience, so they have to apply first to airlines who hire inexperienced pilots.