Make your hobby your profession with a commercial helicopter pilot license CPL(H).
Babcock MCS Germany GmbH is one of the few helicopter aviation schools that offer training as a commercial helicopter pilot at a fixed price!
With personal supervision by a single contact person and experienced flight instructors, we guide you through the theoretical and practical flight training until license acquisition.
Choose between modular and integrated training of your commercial helicopter pilot training CPL(H).
Babcock MCS Germany GmbH provides globally one of the largest Cabri G2 fleet used in the training operation of an aviation school and can thus act extremely flexibly during training of helicopter pilots. With its 3-blade main rotor and Fenestron tail rotor, the French helicopter is particularly agile and has been highly praised by the trade press.
Babcock MCS Germany GmbH offers the training in each case at a fixed price if you complete the training within the legally required specifications. Our Training packages include comprehensive teaching material consisting of one Apple iPad with digital books, theory lessons, pilots case filled with necessary equipment, flight hours including flight instructor, landing fees at Augsburg airport and briefing fees.
The training for a commercial helicopter pilot CPL(H) modular course is composed of theoretical and practical training.
Babcock MCS Germany GmbH conducts the theoretical and practical training in parallel so that the flight trainees can understand the complex correlations more easily through practical implementation.
The experienced flight instructors of Babcock MCS Germany GmbH have prepared the theory in accordance to the legal specifications in order to convey the information to you in a compact yet comprehensive way. The theoretical training includes the following subjects:
The theoretical training is completed by passing exams in the respective subjects. The exams are held at the competent national aviation authority and are in the form of multiple choice questions.
Practical flight training
The practical training as professional pilot requires 30 flight hours (with existing night rating) with a qualified flight instructor (FI). This must be conducted as described in the following:
During the concluding test flight, the technical inspection and emergency procedure are normally conducted in addition to a navigation flight.
The CPL(H) modular ab-initio-training includes
190 flight hours and comprises several modules:
the PPL(H)-Part, hour building and the CPL(H)-Part.
This course is designed for students without prior flight experience and consists of the following:
During the CPL(H) theory part, our students have the opportunity to achieve the ATPL(H) theory. Please find more details about the ATPL(H) here.
On our page "Frequently asked questions about CPL(H)" we have compiled some useful information about the requirements in addition to answers to our frequently asked questions.