Flight Training Center
Bachelor of Engineering on Air Transport and the Pilot License is a comprehensive curriculum designed for those who seek to both obtain a pilot license and a bachelor’s degree in aviation engineering.
Dual education opens wide opportunities in such a highly competitive and dynamic labor market as aviation. Graduates receive a private pilot license and a bachelor’s degree in aviation engineering.
For theoretical training, NAU developed a curriculum, which included, in line with standards of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, both bachelor’s classes in specialty 272 “Air Transport” and professional classes in specialization 272.02 “Flight operation of aircraft”, in accordance with the EASA flight safety standards.
The flight training center has been established at the University to ensure practical training. The State Aviation Service of Ukraine has issued to the Center Certificate No. UA / FTO-005/2017 for training and obtaining a Private Pilot License (PPL). Practical training employs a K-10 aircraft.К-10.
In the process, students receive baseline practical training amounting to 200 flight hours on a single-engine aircraft and ALSIM simulator. Upon successful completion of studies, students are given a bachelor’s degree in Aviation and, in accordance with Certificate No. UA / FTO-005/2017, a PPL (A).
Applicants must meet the requirements of the State Aviation Service Order No. 565 of July 20, 2017, as well as pass initial physicals, professional and psychological selection, and PE testing according to standards developed by NAU professionals.
Primary physicals for entrants is carried out at the NAU Aviation Medical Center (Kyiv, 47 Harmatna Street, office 203 (phone for inquiries: 497-50-05).
The following documents are submitted for passing primary physicals:
– two photos (3/4);
– certificate from the TB dispensary;
– outpatient medical record (extract) from the clinic at the applicant’s place of residence/registration with notes on disease record, vaccinations, surgical interventions, injuries, etc .;
– certificate issued by the military draft office or a military ID;
– F-086-U form for admission to a higher educational facility.
Material and technical base:
K10 SWIFT is a Ukrainian-made multi-purpose aircraft intended for initial training of pilots in aviation training facilities, aerobatics courses, and flight crew training. The K-10 SWIFT project is based on the latest research in the field of aircraft engineering and flight safety systems. The advanced technology of construction elements compatibility with built-in high-speed parachute system K-500 COBRA or BRS uarantees safety in extreme situations.
The simulator produced by a French-based SARL ALSIM SIMULATEURS is the most up-to-date model, made in 2018, which will be used to train student pilots in the following classes of aircraft: single-engine piston alndplanes Cessna 172SP or Tecnam P2002JF; universal single-engine piston landplanes Piper 28 Arrow or Socata TB21; multi-engine piston aircraft Piper 44 Seminol or Tecnam P2006T; as well as to train multi-member flight crews (MCC) on medium-range jets Boeing 737 or Airbus 320
As part of the implementation of the national investment project “International Pilot Training Center of National Aviation University”, the University has procured five aircraft: a single-engine Cessna 172 and four light-engine training aircraft Tecnam P2002-JF. Today, the aircraft are undergoing a procedure with the State Aviation Service to obtain airworthiness certificates that will greenlight flight operations. The next step is to include the aircraft in the annex to the certificate No. UA / FTO-005/2017.
After all required procedures are passed, our planes will take to the skies, and students of National Aviation University will perform their practical flights.
03058, Kyiv, Ukraine
1, Liubomyra Huzara ave.,
Building 9, Office 203
+38 044 406-73-38