Below you can find information about the course content, pricing, timeline and other course details.
In order to be eligible for the EASA Conversion Program you need to fulfill all the requirements listed below:
– Valid Medical Class 1
– Valid MEPL with ME IR
– ICAO English proficiency min. level 4
Next Course Date
The next available EASA Conversion starts are:
– February 10th 2020
– May 4th 2020
– August 17th 2020
The total cost for the EASA Conversion is 24,500 EUR and includes the following:
– ATPL Theory (740 hours classroom training including exams)
– Multi Engine Instrument Rating 10 hours (DA42 Simulator)
– Multi Engine Instrument Rating 8 hours (DA42 Aircraft)
– MCC Flight 20 hours B737 NG simulator
– Skill test and theoretical exam fees
– Personal iPad and course literature
– Personal flight bag, uniform and accessories
– Private accommodation at campus
Money Back Guarantee
Stoflight Guarantees that you will receive your money back should we break/not deliver as agreed per our student contract.
The first step of the EASA Conversion Program is to undergo 8 months of ATPL-theory which covers 14 subjects and is a full time course. Each subject requires a written exam for the Swedish CAA.
The 2nd stage is started upon completion of the complete ATPL-theory. This stage approximately takes 3-4 weeks and is conducted in both our DA42 simulator and in the DA42 aircraft. A total of 18 hours will be flown.
The 3rd stage is the MCC-course which takes approximately 2 weeks to complete and is conducted in the B737NG simulator. Take course covers 3 days of full time theory and 5 simulator sessions (20 hours).
The EASA Conversion program aims directly for non-EASA license holders whom have completed a commercial pilot program (FAA or other ICAO country) and wishes to convert his or her Commercial Pilot License to a EASA license. The training includes 8 months of full time ATPL-theory classroom studies followed by practical flight training, approximately 10-15 hours which can take up to 1 month to complete.
Why Sweden and Stoflight for your training?
Scandinavia, Sweden, is the perfect environment to get the experience you need to become a good Pilot. You will experience hot summers as well as winter operations with low visibility. The weather in Sweden requires prospective pilots to be on their best every time they take flight. Scandinavian weather is often described grey and cold, however for future pilots and training, the climate is exceptional. We strongly believe that the better and more challenging your circumstances are during training prepares you for unforeseen situations that you may encounter as an Airline Pilot on the global market.
Our instructors are highly qualified and experienced airline pilots. We have one of the highest percentages of airline experience divided amongst our instructors. This is a key factor for ensuring that our programs are up to date, meeting standards and requirements in a changing aviation industry.
Our programs are appreciated by the airlines, and the reason is simple; we know what works and what doesn’t work Our students have landed jobs with many different airlines such as SAS, Norwegian, Ryanair, Flybe, Fly dubai, Emirates, to name a few. The aviation industry is growing and the pilot demand is increasing. In 2016, Boeing predicted over 617,000 pilots will be needed in the next 20 years due to the increasing demand, worldwide.