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Where to train in the Gulf student pilot

Old 29th Jun 2022, 11:47
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Where to train in the Gulf student pilot

Hi Sir,
After looking for many options, following the advice to avoid integrated systeme, I am searching for schools to train for PPL, time building and after that follow the way to reach Commercial Pilot Licence.
My friends are in Spain doing EASA this way which is faster, is there any good option in the Gulf? any recent feedback from Fujeirah, RAK or Jordan?
Thank you,
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Old 30th Jun 2022, 07:30
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Originally Posted by Fawa2003 View Post
Hi Sir,
After looking for many options, following the advice to avoid integrated systeme, I am searching for schools to train for PPL, time building and after that follow the way to reach Commercial Pilot Licence.
My friends are in Spain doing EASA this way which is faster, is there any good option in the Gulf? any recent feedback from Fujeirah, RAK or Jordan?
Thank you,
Take it from a professional son, go to Europe its the best license you can hold. The theoretical is thorough and you will absolutely reach this conclusion when you become a professional. Do not go to a gulf based flight school, choose schools either in Europe or UK. i understand it might be a bit costly yet it is worth the bucks.
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Old 1st Jul 2022, 16:03
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@Fawa2003, I would disregard the previous answer for your own good. First question you need to ask is where is your target place of employment and what does it take to convert the license with the relevant aviation authority. For UAE it takes 1500 hours to convert EASA license without going through the whole syllabus. Don't want to start flame wars. but FAA training is a gold standard when ti comes to flying skills.
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Old 1st Jul 2022, 20:25
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Originally Posted by 737a View Post
Take it from a professional son, go to Europe its the best license you can hold. The theoretical is thorough and you will absolutely reach this conclusion when you become a professional. Do not go to a gulf based flight school, choose schools either in Europe or UK. i understand it might be a bit costly yet it is worth the bucks.
thanks, I appreciate your answer.
My friends who are there say the same, at the end it is faster to move to European country to complete the pilot course.
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