The theory teaching combines on-site sessions with an instructor at the Pyrineum facilities with access to a virtual school, with 24-hour access, which we use to provide you with all the materials, videos and a forum in which a tutor will respond to any doubts you may have. You will learn all the general notions regarding climatology, the basic radio network, mechanics and the principles of flying. The theory exam can be taken freely whenever you feel prepared, as there are three examination periods each year; in March, June and November.
- Aged over 16 years, though candidates may not apply alone until they are 18 years.
- Authorisation from a parent/legal guardian in the case of minors
- Photocopy national ID card
- A passport sized photo
- Application form
- Aportar un certificado médico clase 2 y LAPL.
Become a pilot from €2,850 plus VAT
This includes exam fees, registration, the materials, access to the virtual school and the on-site training sessions.
- Cost 1 hour flight in fixed-wing light aircraft
- Cost 1 hour flight in rotary-wing light aircraft
Payment method: When registering, payment for the theory training and two hours of flying must be made. The remaining hours of flying are paid for as they are taken.
The school fleet comprises three models that share common features: safety, stability and ease of piloting. The Tecnam P92 Echo Classic Deluxe and the Tecnam P2002 are ideal aircraft for becoming a fixed-wing pilot. In turn, the MagniGiro M24 Orion VIP is the only gyroplane that lets the student learn next to the pilot, with direct contact and not affected by the cold or poor weather.
Our team of instructors is led by Pedro Santurde, with over 1,000 hours of flight experience, and the Operations and Navigation consultant Paco Rodríguez, part of the World Rally Championship crew, in the modality of accuracy testing. The School is one of the few in Spain to have a rotary-wing aircraft instructor.