Cooperating flight schools

Cooperating flight schools

Air Alliance

Air Alliance offers various aviation services, and also trains commercial pilots. It offers individualised courses, from PPL to ATPL, as well as so-called flying Bachelor’s courses in cooperation with the Bad Honnef Airport. As Air Alliance is an international facility, most of the theoretical and practical training it offers is taught in English. You’ll find more information on the Air Alliance flight school here.

ARDEX

The ARDEX flight school’s range of services at the Kyritz Airport includes licenses for private pilots to commercial pilots. There are also many flight services offered. All of the airplanes can be chartered with or without a pilot. Business travel, sightseeing flights and photography flights are also available. The owner-managed pilot school has a friendly and open atmosphere. You’ll find more information on the ARDEX flight school here.

Flight school Hamburg

The Hamburg flight school was established in 2001, and has since expanded to become a pilot school, where around 30 future pilots are trained every year. The flight school, airline with taxi service and sightseeing flights all have a personal touch. You’ll find more information on the Hamburg flight school here.

Egnatia Aviation

Egnatia Aviation was founded in 2006 with the purpose of training airline pilots. Egnatia Aviation is not just a school that provides major Airlines with pilots; it is an Academy that creates well-trained pilots in each category of specialisation. From Private Pilot Licenses to well trained professionals, Egnatia Aviation offers industry specific curricula for all kinds of Pilot Licenses, approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency and following the latest international aviation standards.
 

Airways Aviation

Airways Aviation Academy is a global flight training provider with training facilities in the UK, Spain, Montenegro, Australia’s Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. The Academy offers the European EASA License, the Australian CASA License, and the Montenegrin CAA License. The various locations allow for tailor-made and flexible training options for aspiring pilots and sponsors. AAA operates 23 aircraft, 4 Fixed-base Simulators, and currently trains 300 students worldwide.