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ATPL at Air-Espace

Old 7th Sep 2007, 16:52
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ATPL at Air-Espace


Has anyone heard of Air Espace?
Air Espace
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Old 30th Jul 2008, 12:28
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I would also be interested in this school.

Does anyone have any info?
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Old 30th Jul 2008, 14:38
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I was there once to have a look at the school, looked like a decent setup,just keep off twin air!!!!!
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Old 8th Aug 2008, 12:04
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Thanks sawaya for the info...

does anyone have some more detailed information on the school?

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Old 22nd Mar 2010, 15:23
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I am interested in this school; the prices seems to be a little bit expensive:

16K CHF for ATPL theory and 67K CHF for the practical (CPL+IR MEP+MCC)
I know pilots from this school that went straight to Baboo airlines.

Do your have experience or more info?
I am working in Switzerland and I thought about following my training with them (I am "almost" PPL)
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Old 5th Jun 2010, 16:15
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I trained with them. Indeed, the prices are on the expensive side of the scale, however their distance learning courses are very effective and their aircraft are always kept in pristine condition. It is also to be noted that their price offers includes EVERYTHING (like exam fees, etc) and that you shouldn't get any nasty surprises. Moreover, although seen sometimes as a hindrance by those that want to go the fast and cheap way, they stick to the book and follow the Federal Office rules accordingly, which again guarantees a surprise-free training. The icing on the cake being that they also have a very good reputation with the operators and numerous trainees (give or take a handful they all got hired as far as I know) have successfully joined both airlines and private jet operators.
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Old 8th Oct 2012, 14:55
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guys any new feedback regarding this school? especially about this relationship between them and easyjet switzerland? any new infos would be apprecciate! thanks
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