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carlapilot
08-27-2018, 03:31 AM
Hi everyone! I've just finished my PPL and I'm looking for a good ATPL school anywhere in Europe. I want to avoid low quality cheating schools (who just take your money, without proper training). Please give me some suggestions, how to compare the schools! If you have any personal experience, please let know!
Thank you!
:cool:
:confused:
:)


Ecotone
08-27-2018, 05:23 AM
Hi everyone! I've just finished my PPL and I'm looking for a good ATPL school anywhere in Europe. I want to avoid low quality cheating schools (who just take your money, without proper training). Please give me some suggestions, how to compare the schools! If you have any personal experience, please let know!
Thank you!
:cool:
:confused:
:)

Are you asking about the ground school portion, or the flying to get your CPL-IR-ME?

As far as the ground school goes, Bristol gs seems to be the reference. You can do it online so that's a huge plus.

For the flying, I don't have personal experience but many of my friends went to Diamond Flight Academy in Sweden and they seemed pretty satisfied with their training. One of them is now an FO at Ryanair. The cost looks very reasonable compared to other options in Europe.

jarinawoz
09-10-2018, 02:02 AM
Im curious which is the best school with normal classroom training...
:)

Are you asking about the ground school portion, or the flying to get your CPL-IR-ME?

As far as the ground school goes, Bristol gs seems to be the reference. You can do it online so that's a huge plus.

For the flying, I don't have personal experience but many of my friends went to Diamond Flight Academy in Sweden and they seemed pretty satisfied with their training. One of them is now an FO at Ryanair. The cost looks very reasonable compared to other options in Europe.