SKY SERVICES - Flight Academy - ATO

FLIGHT ACADEMY ATO - Approved Training Organization

THE ACADEMY

Our focus is to train professional, with the latest aircraft generation most of them equipped with glass -cockpit. The Academy has bases in Milan Bresso (LIMB), Capua (LIAU), Brindisi (LIBR) and offers its students the possibility to fly around the network FBO Sky Services present in the main

Italian airports in order to ensure a complete training. Lessons are held in Italian and English language, so as to be accessible to all students. Students can take advantage of discounted rates with both hotel as well as apartments especially selected for long terms.

OUR COURSES

PPL - Private Pilot Licence CPL - Commercial Pilot Licence ATP - Theoretical Modular Course MEP - Multi-Engine Piston Rating IR - Instrument Rating FI - Flight Instructor IRI - Instrument Instructor CRI - Class Rating Instructor Revalidation Renewal

Advanced UPRT VFR - Night Rating Distance learning Glass Cockpit G1000 MCC / JOC ALSIM ALX, EASA FNPT II BT CESSNA 510

TEA - Test of English for Aviation MCC - Multi Crew Coordination

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OUR FLEET

TECNAM P2006T I-SKYS

CESSNA C510 I-SKYT

TECNAM P2008 JC I-SKYP

PIPER PA34/220T Seneca V I-VLMS

TECNAM P2002 JF I-SKYQ

TECNAM P2002 JF I-SKYN

TECNAM P2002 JF I-SKYZ

TECNAM P2002 JF I-SKYK

CESSNA C172RG I-PVLB

CESSNA C172RG I-SKYR

PIPER PA28-181 Archer III I-CGAE

CESSNA 206 G Amphibian I-SKYG

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PPL PRIVATE PILOT LICENCE

This course aims to train pilots to operate airplane safely in the role of PIC on the class SEP or MEP for which he or she is

rated, without remuneration and in accordance to visual flight rules.

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• Air Law • Aircraft general knowledge

REQUIREMENTS • For enrollment the minimum age is 16 • For the licence skill test a minimum age of 17 is required • Pass the medical tests for the 1 class 1 or 2 class Medical Certificate • Knowledge of mathematics and physics at high school level. DURATION The duration depends on the time the candidate reserves to this activity. However, the course can be completed on average of 8 to 12 months.

• Flight performance and planning • Human performance and limitations • Meteorology • Operational procedures • Navigation • Principles of Flight • VFR Communications. FLIGHT TRAINING • 45hrs • 35hrs on SEP (single engine piston) with a flight instructor • 10hrs as Pilot In Command (solo flight) on SEP, of which 5 hours cross-country navigation. This training may include up to 5hrs of FNPT II (flight navigation procedure trainer simulator).

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THEORETICAL TRAINING 125hrs of classroom (some of the classroom can be held by video-

conferencing). Theoretical training can be delivered by using the “distance learning” methodology, In the course of the theoretical training the following topics are taught.

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CPL COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE

The CPL (A) course (modular) is designed to train a private pilot PPL (A) to achieve the competence necessary to obtain the commercial pilot licence.

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The holder of a CPL can: • exercise all the privileges of lower level licences the like of LAPL or PPL; • act as PIC or co-pilot of any class or type of aeroplane he/she is rated for in operations other than commercial air transport; • act as PIC in commercial air transport of any single-pilot class or type of aeroplane he/she is rated for ; • act as co-pilot in commercial air transport.

• Flight performance and planning • Human performance and limitations • Meteorology • Operational procedures • Navigation • Principles of Flight • VFR Communications CPL SE (single engine) FLIGHT TRAINING • 30 flight hours • 12hrs of VFR cross-country navigation • 5hrs VFR Night • 10hrs IFR Basic Instrument Flight* CPL ME (multi engine) FLIGHT TRAINING • 30 flight hours • 6hrs VFR cross-country navigation on SEP • 6hrs VFR cross-country navigation on MEP (*) up to 5 hours may be conducted on the FNPT II (flight navigation procedures. • 1:30hrs Basic UPRT • 1:30hrs Final Check

REQUIREMENTS • Be at least 18 years old; • To be a holder of a PPL (A) issued in compliance with the ICAO annex; • Hold a valid Class 1 Medical Certificate; • Good knowledge of english; • A knowledge of mathematics and physics at high school level The knowledge of the English language (that must at least determine the ability to understanding and expression in technical English) and of the scientific matters is checked by means of an entry assessment by Sky Services. DURATION This course duration is on average between 12 to 18 months, and this include both the theoretical and practical section of the course. The duration may vary significantly depending on the time and effort dedicated by the candidate. THEORETICAL TRAINING 250hrs of classrooms. Some can be administered by videoconferencing or with the “distance learning” methodology. In the course of the theoretical training the following subjects are part of the curricula: • Air Law • Aircraft general knowledge

COURSE REQUIREMENTS COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE

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ATP THEORETICAL MODULAR COURSE

CPL(A)/IR. It also provides the knowledge and the certification to pass an ATPL skill test to obtain an ATP licence when the minimum requirements of flying experience have been satisfied.

The aim of the theoretical ATP(A) is to train pilots to the level of knowledge necessary to enable them to operate as co- pilot on multi-pilot multi-engine aeroplanes in commercial air transport and to obtain the

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may also take place by using the distance learning methodology. The theoretical training covers the following subjects: • Air law • Aircraft general knowledge,systems and airframes • Instrumentation • Mass and balance • Performance • Flight planning and monitoring • Human performance and limitation • Meteorology • General Navigation • VFR Communications • IFR Communications • Area 100 KSA – Knowledge, Skills and Attitude • Theoretical course may be carried out in distance learning. • Radio Navigation • Principles of Flight

REQUIREMENTS An applicant may be admitted to training if is an holder of, at least, a PPL(A) . The applicant shall meet also the following requirements: • have a good knowledge of the English language to obtain a level 4 of the aviation English TEA ; • hold a class 1 or class 2 medical certificate; • Knowledge of mathematics and physics at high school level. DURATION The course is completed within an average between 12 months to 18 months. THEORETICAL TRAINING 650 hours of classrooms. Classroom may also be done by using “video conference”. The theoretical training

COURSE REQUIREMENTS THEORETICAL MODULAR COURSE

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MEP MULTI-ENGINE PISTON RATING

The aim of the course is to provide training to achieve the necessary competence to obtain the CR MEP (class rating multiengine piston) Single Pilot rating, and operate as a pilot in command.

Normal Operation Of Systems And Malfunctions • Limitations • Performance, Flight Planning • Load And Balance And Servicing • Emergency Procedures • Efis

REQUIREMENTS • Be a holder of a flight license; • Have at least 70 hours PIC in airplane.

DURATION Minimum 1 week

THEORETICAL TRAINING 9 hours of classroom. Classroom can also be performed in video conference. The training covers the following subjects: • Aeroplane Structure And Equipment,

FLIGHT TRAINING • 7 flight hours • 6 training f hours • 1 hour check.

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IR INSTRUMENT RATING

The IR modular rating course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes following IFR (instrument flight rules) and in IMC (instrument meteorological conditions).

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• Human performance and limitations • Meteorology • IFR Communications • Radio Navigation • Flight planning and Monitoring

REQUIREMENTS An applicant for an IR shall:

1. hold: - a PPL(A) including: the privileges to fly at night, if the IR privileges will be used at night; or - an ATPL in another category of aircraft, or - a CPL(A) 2. have completed at least 50 hours cross- country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, TMGs, helicopters or airships, of which at least 10 hours shall be in aeroplanes. 3. have a good knowledge of the English lan- guage. The English language knowledge shall be such as to demonstrate at least a level 4 of proficiency in accordance with the TEA Aviation English Language Profi- ciency Test. 4. hold a class 1 or class 2 medical certificate. DURATION Depending on the availability and the dedication of the candidate, the course can be completed in 12 months on average. THEORETICAL TRAINING 150 hours of classroom. Classroom may also be done by using “video conference”. The theoretical training may also take place by using the distance learning methodology. The theoretical training covers the following subjects: • Air Law • Aircraft general knowledge - Instrumentation

IR SE - FLIGHT TRAINING • 50 flight hours

• 10 hours IFR Basic Instrument Flight* • 39 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* • 1 hours Final Check

(*)up to 35 hours may be performed in FNPT II.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS INSTRUMENT RATING

IR ME - FLIGHT TRAINING • 55 flight hours • 10 hours IFR Basic Instrument Flight* on SEP • 30 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* on SEP • 14 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* on MEP • 1 hours Final Check on MEP

(*) up to 40 hours may be performed in FNPT II.

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FI FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR The purpose of the course is to train pilots for the purpose of obtaining the certificate of instructor FI(A) for the level of competence required to teach a candidate for a pilot licence. • have received at least 10 hours of instrumental flight instruction on airplane, of which no more than 5 can have been carried out on an FSTD; • have completed 20 hours of VFR cross country navigation as PIC; • be at least the holder of a CPL (A); or be at least holder of a PPL (A) and: - have fulfilled the requirements for the CPL theoretical instruction; and - have completed at least 200 hours of flight time on airplanes or TMG, of which 150 as PIC; • have completed at least 30 hours on SEP airplanes of which at least 5 must be made during the 6 months prior to the preliminary flight test specified in part FCL.930.FI.a); • having performed a VFR navigation flight as PIC of at least 540 km (300 REQUIREMENTS The applicant for an FI (A) certificate must

NM) during which they are completed landings at two airports different; • Applicants for an FI (A) certificate must have passed a specific preliminary flight test with a FI qualified according to part FCL.905.FI.i), within 6 months prior to the beginning of the course, to evaluate the their ability to attend the course. This preliminary flight test must be based on proficiency checks for class and type ratings as specified in Appendix 9 part - FCL.

DURATION On average 3 to 6 months minimum

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

THEORETICAL TRAINING • 25 hours of classroom - of Teaching & Learning • 100 briefing hours

FLIGHT TRAINING • 30 hrs flight training

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IRI INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR

The aim of the course is to train pilots to acquire the competence required for the certificate of instrument rating instructor.

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An applicant for an IRI(A) certificate shall: • have completed at least 800 hours of flight time under IFR, of which at least 400 hours shall be in aeroplanes; and • in the case of applicants of an IRI(A) for multi-engine aeroplanes, meet the requirements of paragraph FCL.915.CRI(a) (Hold a CRI(A) certificate)

REQUIREMENTS An applicant for or the holder of an instructor certificate with privileges to conduct flight instruction in an aircraft shall: • hold at least the licence and, where relevant, the rating for which flight instruction is to be given; • have: - completed at least 15 hours of flight as a pilot on the class or type of aeroplane on which flight instruction is to be given, of which a maximum of 7 hours may be in an FSTD representing the class or type of aeroplane, if applicable; or - passed an assessment of competence for the relevant category of instructor on that class or type of aeroplane; • be entitled to act as PIC on the aircraft during such flight instruction.

DURATION On average 1 to 6 months

THEORETICAL TRAINING • 25 hrs of classroom in Teaching & Learning • 10 hrs of classroom for technical training

COURSE REQUIREMENTS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR

FLIGHT TRAINING • 10 hrs of flight instruction

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CRI CLASS RATING INSTRUCTOR

The aim of the course is to train pilots to obtain the certificate of instructor for class ratings The training course is designed to give adequate training to the applicant in theoretical knowledge instruction, flight instruction to instruct for SEP/MEP

class non-complex non-high performance SP aeroplanes for which the applicant is rated.

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An applicant for an CRI certificate shall have completed at least: • for MEP airplane: - 500 hours flight time as a pilot in aeroplane - 30 hours as PIC

REQUIREMENTS An applicant for or the holder of an class instructor certificate with privileges to conduct flight instruction in an aircraft shall: • hold at least the licence and, where relevant, the rating for which flight instruction is to be given; • have: - completed at least 15 hours of flight as apilot on the class or type of aeroplane on which flight instruction is to be given, of which a maximum of 7 hours may be in an FSTD representing the class or type of aeroplane, if applicable; or - passed an assessment of competence forthe relevant category of instructor on that class or type of aeroplane; • be entitled to act as PIC on the aircraft during such flight instruction.

DURATION On average 1 to 6 months minimum

THEORETICAL TRAINING • 25 hrs of classroom in which theories and practice of are taught Teaching & Learning • 10 hrs of technical training PRACTICAL TRAINING • 5 hrs of flight training in the event of ME class instructor rating • hrs in the event of SE class instructor rating.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS CLASS RATING INSTRUCTOR

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REVALIDATION RENEWAL

Sky Services offers the opportunity to obtain Licence Revalidation / Renewal.

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ADVANCED UPRT The aims of the course are to provide licenced pilots with the knowledge and understanding of physiological and psychological aspects of dynamic upsets in aeroplanes and how to cope with them, and to develop the necessary competence and resilience to be able to apply appropriate recovery techniques during aeroplane upsets.

• the physiological effects of different g- loads between -1 and 2.5G; • surprise and the startle effect; 2. Training in techniques to recover from • nose high at various bank angles; • nose low at various bank angles;

REQUIREMENTS The applicant must meet the following requirements: • To be older than 18 years; • To be a licensed pilot holding a licence; • Possession of medical certificate relevant to the licence held.

• spiral dives; • stall events; • incipient or full spin;

DURATION 1 week

THEORETICAL TRAINING 7 hours of classrooms. Classrooms can be also performed by video conference.

3. Training to develop resilience and to employ strategies to mitigate the startle effect. • Review of common mistakes; • Situation analysis process.

FLIGHT TRAINING • 3 hours of flight instruction

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

The training course has been developed by the adoption of modules for a total of a minimum of 3hrs of flight training which includes at least the following parts: 1. Exercise to demonstrate • the relationship between speed, attitude and AoA; • the effect of g-load on aeroplane performance, including stall events at different attitudes and airspeeds; • aerodynamic indications of a stall including buffeting, loss of control authority and inability to arrest a descent;

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VFR NIGHT RATING

This course aims to train pilots to operate aeroplanes safely in the role of PIC on the class SEP or MEP for which he or she is rated, without remuneration and in accordance to visual flight rules.

THEORETICAL TRAINING 125 hours of classrooms . Classroom time can also be performed by the use of video conference. The theoretical training covers the following subjects: • Air Law • Human performance and limitations • Meteorology • Navigation FLIGHT TRAINING 5 flight hours including at least 3 hours of dual instruction, of which at least 1 hour of cross-country navigation with at least one dual cross-country flight of at least 50 km (27 NM) and 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full-stop landings.

REQUIREMENTS • hold a class 1 or class 2 medical certificate • The pilot shall have at least a valid PPL(A) licence; • In case of LAPL holders, before completing the training at night, the applicant shall have completed the basic instrument flight module required for the issue PPL. DURATION The course can be completed within an average of 1 week to 1 month.

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DISTANCE LEARNING Sky Services Flight Academy, in order to meet the needs of its students, has been approved for remote training “Distance Learning”.

• CPL modular: 200 hours, of which 20 hours lessons in classroom • CPL / IR modular: 350 hours, which 35 hours lessons in classroom • ATPL theory modular: 650 hours, 65 hours lessons in classroom

“Distance Learning” offers the following courses: • PPL: 125 hours – of which 12.5 hours in classroom • IR modular: 150 hours, of which 15 hours lessons in classroom

GLASS COCKPIT G1000

PURPOSE Sky Services offers its cadets a specific course for the use of Garmin G1000 glass cockpit instrumentation.

THEORY 56 Hours

DURATION 7 Days

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MCC / JOC ALSIM ALX, EASA FNPT II

With use of the medium Jet configuration - A320 MCC the ATO will extend the offer of courses to the MCC (Multi Crew Coor- dination) and JOC (Jet Orientation Course) in order to prepare students for the selec- tions at the airlines. The simulator has the following configura- tions: • generic SEP - C172 • generic SEP COMPLEX - PA28 • generic MEP - PA44 in analog and EFIS configurations and generic Medium Jet - A320. In this way, Sky Services ATO will guaran- tee its students an innovative and latest generation training in accordance with modern navigation standards (PBN).

Furthermore, the simulator is used for the transition of pilots from analog to glass cockpit. The use of the simulator in the training courses allows the student to experience flight situations in terms of failures and bad weather conditions that could difficult to reproduce at will during a real flight. All the courses provided by the ATO, PPL, CPL and IR will make use of the simulator.

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BT CESSNA 510

Completion of the training for the issue of an initial Type rating on the C510

operations” must hold a certificate of satisfactory completion of an MCC course in aeroplanes or have at least 500 hours as pilots in multi-pilot operations on single-pilot multi- engine aeroplanes, in commercial air transport in accordance with the applicable air operations requirements • applicants for “multipilot operations” who have been trained and passed the skill test as co- pilot must also have completed the “right hand seat” qualification.

REQUIREMENTS • the applicant must have completed the FSTD training with an approved ATO course in accordance with the ORA.ATO.125 of the EU Reg 1178/2011 and has successfully undertaken and passed the type rating skill test with a TRE certified in accordance with the subpart K of the EU Reg 1178/2011 Appendix 9 • the applicant must have passed the skill test within 6 months preceding the commencement of the base training • have a valid medical certificate relevant to the privileges to be exercised and issued in accordance with the Part- MED of the EU Reg 1178/2011 • applicants who have completed the Cessna 510 type rating course and passed the skill test for “multipilot

DURATION 24 hrs.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING PLAN • 5 hrs of theory • 6 landings and take-off, 1 full stop landing.

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TEA TEST OF ENGLISH FOR AVIATION

TEA Bases: Bari, Brindisi, Capua, Milano-Bresso.

The new law EASA Part FCL 055 states that to be able to fly out of national bound- aries, in addition to the English radiotele- phony communication qualification, it is mandatory to have an English language proficiency at least of “4th level”. These qualifications are subject to periodic expi- ration except of “6th level”. The linguistic evaluation exam takes al- most 25 minutes. Throughout the three sections of the test, the examiner assesses the candidate’s ability based on the follow- ing six ICAO language proficiency require- ments foresee by Annex 1 ICAO and EASA Part FCL 055: pronunciation, structure, vo- cabulary, fluency, comprehension and in- teraction. The candidate is awarded a score of 1 – 6 for each of the six skills. The requisite FCL.055 of the Annex I oof the EU Reg 1178/2011 requires that in order to be able to fly and hold an instru- ment rating , in addition to the English ra- diotelephony communication qualification, it is mandatory to have an English lan- guage proficiency at least of “4th level”. These qualifications are subject to periodic expiration except of “6th level”. The linguistic evaluation exam takes about 25 minutes and it is made of three sec- tions. Throughout the three sections of the

test, the examiner assesses the candi- date’s ability based on the following six ICAO language proficiency requirements foresee by Annex 1 ICAO and EASA Part FCL 055: pronunciation, structure, vocab- ulary, fluency, comprehension and interac- tion. The candidate is awarded a score of 1 – 6 for each of the six skills.

SECTION ONE - Introduction (5-6 minutes)

The candidate is asked a series of ques- tions on common, concrete and work-re- lated topics relating to his/her aviation background.

SECTION TWO - Interactive Comprehension (8-12 minutes)

Part 2A: Candidates listen to aviation-specific recordings of non-routine and emergency sit- uations. Candidates are required to explain what they understand about the situation.

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TEA TEST OF ENGLISH FOR AVIATION

EXAM FORMAT The candidate is asked a series of ques- tions on common, concrete and work-re- lated topics relating to his/her aviation background.

DURATION About 25-30 minutes.

RESULTS For each area will be assign a level; the final grade is the lowest vote obtained among the six areas. The final evaluation will be issue by the one world center of TEA, which send the certificate, attesting the marks obtained.

Parts 2B & 2C: Candidates listen to a series of problem-solving role-play scenarios. In Part 2B, the candidate is required to ask ques- tions to the speaker. In Part 2C, the candidate is required to give advice to the speaker.

SECTION THREE - Description and Discussion (8-12 minutes)

COST 145 € (from 01/03/2017)

Candidates are presented with a series of aviation-related images and are asked to describe and compare what they see. The examiner will then ask further questions re- lated to the images.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO: tea@skyservices.it

MCC – MULTI CREW COORDINATION

- Asymmetrical Flight - Emergencies

REQUIREMENTS PPL -100 HRS TT, 70 PIC The licence allows the pilot to lead multi engine aircrafts.

FLIGHT TRAINING • 7 FLIGHT HOURS • 6 Double Command flight hours • 1 hour check

GROUND TRAINING • 30 LECTURE HOURS Subjects:

DURATION 1-3 months

- POH - W&B - Glass Cockpit

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LAUREA IN SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE DEI TRASPORTI indirizzo FCL

Sky Services Flight Academy offre, grazie ad un accordo con l’Uni- versità Giustino Fortunato, ai pro- pri allievi la possibilità di poter conseguire oltre la licenza ATPL anche il diploma di laurea triennale in Scienze e Tecnologie dei Trasporti con indirizzo Flight Crew Licenze . Tale opportunità è rivolta a tutti coloro che hanno l’ambizione di diventare piloti di compagnie aeree e che desiderano con- temporaneamente ottenere una for- mazione universitaria. Gli allievi della Sky Services Flight Academy che si iscrivono alla laurea triennale in Scienze e Tecnologie dei Trasporti, dopo il conseguimento dell’ATPL frozen, avranno la possibilità di vedersi riconosciuto un in-

tero anno universitario. Il corso di studi è progettato per gli studenti che aspirano a diventare piloti di linea e a conseguire un im- portante titolo universitario. Una laurea in Scienze e Tecnologie del Trasporto - programma Flight Crew Licence - offre una serie di benefici: La maggiore consapevolezza della si- curezza e la conoscenza preziosa della scienza e dell’aerodinamica. Le abilità di problem solving apprese po- tranno essere applicate alla vita sul campo. Le compagnie aeree preferiscono che il candidato abbia una licenza di volo accom- pagnata da un curriculum accademico. Per maggiori info contatta la segreteria della nostra ATO.

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COURSE FINANCING

Through the banking Group BNL part of BNP Paribas , Sky Services Flight Academy offers the possibility to finance your ATPL, CPL or Instructor course. To carry out or to continue your line Pilot ATPL, CPL or Instructor course without thoughts, as a student of the Sky Services Flight Academy, you can apply for a loan at the BNL Group BNP Paribas. Their pro- gram named “Futuriamo” is dedicated to our students of all ages with the aim to support investments in the professional fu- ture of or our cadets. The BNL Futuriamo loan makes it possible to support the financial commitment nec- essary to carry out the studies (in Italy and abroad) and to cover: • the training course; • the purchase of textbooks; • accommodation and transport costs; • the purchase of a PC or a Tablet.

MAIN FEATURES • Minimum amount: starting from € 5.000. • Maximum amount: up to € 70.000. • Loan duration: up to 10 years with the possiibility of postponing the repayment from 12 to 36 months, after granting. • Grantinng: in one solution. • Guaarantees: younger students will need to take out the loan jointly with a parent or a tutor resident in Italy, or the guarantee with a parent or a tutor resident in Italy or any other guarantee deemed appropriate by the Bank. The granting of the loan is subject to the approval of the bank. The loan is entirely managed by BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas. For all economic and contractual informa- tion and conditions please refer to BNL.it LIMB -MilanBresso ato.bresso@skyservices.it ph. +39 02 6143 245 fax +39 02 6100 106 ops +39 335 8709 033 LIAU - Capua ato.capua@skyservices.it ph. +39 0823 9694 65 fax +39 0823 6215 39 ops +39 338 7989 711 LIBR - Brindisi ato.bds@skyservices.it ph. +39 0831 4133 13 fax +39 0831 4112 04 ops +39 345 9263 789

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