Our modular ATPL course students are already flying to Reus
This is the case of Salvador Sunyer, one of the aspiring pilots who have invoked the modular training of our ATPL course.
On Saturday October 18th, taking advantage of the excellent weather that we had in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, he flew for the first time to Reus airport in a passage in which he made reckoning and introduction to instrument navigation.
Reaching various airports of our territory is part of the practical flights of the students who want to become a Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot. In this case, Salvador is doing our modular ATPL training and is about to get a PPL license.
The formula of modular learning allows our future pilots do their training in the way that best fits their time and economic availability.
Thus, they may be completing the pilot course through the achievement of the various modules required at the rate that they prefer, and this is a good alternative to integrated training.