Many are the people who love to fly and more specifically to do it by helicopter, which is why they choose to get the private pilot license of helicopter PPL (H). This license does not serve to dedicate yourself in a professional manner to it, since you can not get paid for driving, but if […]Read More
In Coptering we teach the Helicopter IR Course whose main objective is to train pilots to operate helicopters in IFR and IMC. The applicant must hold a PPL (H) with night flight rating, a CPL (H) or an ATPL (H). Before starting the instruction phase on the aircraft of the IR (H) course, the Applicant […]Read More
Coptering, the only pilot school authorized to teach PBN courses in Spain, has already made the third call for the completion of this course. Remember that the PBN course is mandatory for all those helicopter pilots who have the instrumental rating of multi-engine helicopters. As of 2020, all those pilots who have not completed the […]Read More
Many are the students who come to Coptering and don’t know very well the differences between helicopter licenses CPL (H) and ATPL (H), we will make a short explanation about this differences. Let’s start by explaining the ATPL (H): Considered the maximum course for helicopter pilot, being able to take any kind of helicopter (multipilot […]Read More
Recently, Coptering had been authorized to teach the Professional Helicopter Pilot course ATPL-IR (H) and now it has also been authorized by EASA to be able to teach the IR (H) Courses and the PBN Course. Remember that these courses, are increasingly requested to work in large companies. IR Course (H) The objective of the […]Read More
Today, being a helicopter pilot it´s highly demanded and when you accumulate a good number of hours is a highly payed job. But first of all let’s see the differences that there may be between being a private helicopter pilot or a commercial helicopter pilot. Private Pilot PPL (H) Being a private helicopter pilot means, […]Read More
Entrol Company has sold a new H11 / H135 FNPT II M11 simulator to Coptering, with the first Sabadell-based airline being the first flight school in Spain to have this type of simulator.Read More
Coptering offers the new Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) course aproved by EASA.
The objectives of this course are to train pilots of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAs) to enable them to perform their functions based on extensive knowledge and in a secure environment; to obtain the advanced certificate for piloting RPAs which certifies the skills required by AESA (State Agency for Aviation Safety).