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Structure of the CAA Pilots Course

The training program is divided into ground instruction and air training

This is the stage in which the cadets are first exposed to the world of aviation.
The cadets study the various components of this new content world with lectures from professional lecturers.
The theoretical studies are in preparation for the flights themselves and include class briefings that are carried out in accordance with the progress of the flight program.

In addition, this stage prepares the cadets for the Israel Airports Authority's theory exams, which are required in order to obtain a private pilot license.
Stage A: Getting to Know the Aircraft
Learning about the aircraft, the aircraft's literature and the aircraft's performance, learning how to transport the aircraft on the ground, learning the flight procedures and communication with the tower and the spatial control procedures, basic aircraft performances, learning the emergency situations and basic exercises in emergency situations.

Stage B: Flight Training

Flight training in the runway environment, emergencies in the runway environment, receiving permission for solos, solo flights. This stage includes night flights.

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Stage C: The Aircraft Instruments

Basic course on the aircraft's instruments and flying according to flight instruments.

Step D: Navigation Flights
Navigation flights: learning about navigation instruments, learning ground navigation.

Step E: Test Flight

Preparation for a test flight for a private license and the exam.
Conducting navigation flights throughout the country, including practicing emergency situations. Most of the flights are carried out solo in order to gain confidence in the aircraft and to deepen the knowledge of the flight and communication procedures.
Background:
This stage begins with theoretical studies that teach the cadets about the various navigation systems, about the auxiliary utilities at airports, and about how to perform instrument-based takeoff and landing processes.

This part is intended to introduce the cadet to the aircraft instruments used as navigational, takeoff and landing auxiliary devices and to prepare them for use in all flight situations.

Instrumental flight allows you to fly the plane in different weather and night conditions.

At the end of this stage, the cadets will be required to pass theory exams by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) that are required to obtain a license to set up instruments.

Stage A: Familiarity with the Aircraft's Instruments
Learning about the aircraft's instruments, flights with full and partial panel instruments.

Step 2: Simulator Flights
Simulator flights for the purpose of increasing knowledge, including instrument approaches to airports.

Stage C: Exam
Preparation for the exam, and the exam.
Stage A: Complex Flights

This is the final stage that prepares the cadet to earn a commercial pilot license.

Cadets must demonstrate strong mastery of skills gained in the various areas of aviation. The flights include emergencies, aircraft control in the runway area, strong navigations capabilities and knowledge of the aircraft's instruments.

At this stage, the cadet's abilities are demonstrated in the entire aviation package, including the flight planning stages and submission of the permit.

At the beginning of this stage, the cadets will receive theoretical studies that prepare them in introduction to the commercial content world.

These studies are based on the knowledge accumulated by the cadets in the early stages.

The cadets will be required to pass theory exams in order to obtain a commercial pilot license.

Stage B: Exam

Preparation for the exam and the exam

 

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