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   How to get an Flight Operations Officer License

     What is the Flight Operations Officer Course?


A Flight Operations Officer assists in flights planning, on all levels. The training course provides with all the technical preparation for our students to obtain a Flight Operations Officer License. Dispatchers provide a flight following service and advise pilots if conditions or paths change.

Each class has a maximum limit of 12 students. This is a measure to maintain the quality that the school is known for. Our school provides you an internship at the end of the course.


     What do I need to get started?


In order to begin the Flight Operations Officer course, you need to meet several requirements:

- Having a minimum age of 16 years old when you start your course at the Academy;

- Having at least 18 years when your Flight Operations Officer license is issued;

- Having good English, physics and mathematics knowledge;

- Complete satisfactorily an oral and written english exam;

- Pass with distinction a personal interview.

     Theoretical Instruction


- Air Law;
- Aircraft General Knowledge;
- Electricity;
- Aircraft General Knowledge - Instrumentation;
- Mass and Balance;
- Performance;
- Flight Planning and Monitoring;
- Human Performance;
- Meteorology;
- General Navigation;
- Radio Navigation;
- Operational Procedures;
- Principles of Flight;
- Communications;
- Security;
- Dangerous Goods;
- Preparing for the Stage.

     Composition


WORKLOAD

According to the EASA regulamentation

TIME

Lectures – Monday to Friday from 18:00 to 21:00

DURATION

6 months + 90 weekdays internship