One of the most demanded tasks nowadays by the audiovisual production companies and the companies is the filming and aerial photography about cities. That is why in Coptering we have become specialists in this kind of aerial work with our own helicopter’s fleet. The shots made from the air with an helicopter, offer you a […]Read More
AESA, ( State air safety agency) is the responsable to grant authorization of aviation courses to pilot schools in the country. Likewise, Coptering, one of the best helicopters pilots schools in Spain and of the best of europe, has been recently autorized to impart the máximum posible licence to obtain on helicopters. It is an […]Read More
Coptering recently has been the first school in Spain to obtain the approval to teach PBN courses for instrumental Helicopter pilots. It is very important to remember that (AESA) recalls since 25 of August 2018, pilots with PBN ratings can fly according to performance-based navigation procedures (PBN route and / or approaches). Pilots with instrument flight […]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 expands its fleet with a new Cabri factory G2 the S / N: 1145 registration EC-MLY. With this cabri g2 expands the training offer for customers Coptering.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).
With the official launch of Cabri G2 last November 27, 2014 many media including newspapers, radio and television wanted to be present and publicize the importance of the event. TV3, Catalan regional channel, spent a few minutes in direct in his daily program "Els Matins de TV3" to cover the story.Read More