FAA/ICAO to EASA Conversion

If you feel it’s time to switch over, we’ll help you convert your FAA/ICAO licence to EASA. Given our broad aviation experience, we know the major differences between the two types of licences and will be happy to train international pilots seeking certification under European regulations.

What’s my win?

By converting your FAA/ICAO licence into EASA, you raise your chances of finding a job with an airline quicker. The airlines that accept FAA/ICAO licences require a minimum of 1500 flight hours. In contrast, in Europe, you can join an airline as a First Officer with only 250, 300 or 500 flight hours, depending on the airline’s internal policy.

What’s included in the training?

If you have less than 1500 flight hours in your logbook, the training to convert your FAA/ICAO pilot licence to EASA will include online theory and flight training. For more experienced pilots with 1500+ flight hours, the training will consist of CAA exams at a chosen EASA authority and flight training.

Flight training duration

Up to 1500 flight hours: 4-5 months.
Over 1500 flight hours: 3-5 weeks.

Requirements for entering training

Apart from a valid FAA/ICAO licence, it is a must for you to attain a 1st class EASA medical certificate. It is essential to have it before starting flight training, but it is not required for the theory strage/exams.

Training location

The training will be delivered by our partner in Greece.

Additional services

You will have a broad range of accommodation options available near the training facility. The school also provides a shuttle bus.

Let's talk!

To make a choice, even the smallest questions should be cleared. Feel absolutely free to reach us with your queries, we will do our best to provide you with all the answers. Make a confident start in aviation.

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