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 9 months of full time ATPL-theory classroom studies followed by practical flight training, approximately 15-20 hours which can take up to 6 weeks to complete.
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.
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.
International Focus – We have over 30 nationalities performing training with us
Residential Courses – Our campus offers student accommodation in the vicinity of the training center
Focus On People – Flexible and customizable training
Student Dedication – High instructor to student ratio
Career Opportunities – Stoflight is collaborating with airlines
Stoflight Academy is built on a simple principle, for pilots, by pilots. Management is built and led by active industry professionals always striving for a safer and broader perspective when it comes to aviation training. Are you ready for the next step?
Our EASA Conversion course has been designed to assist non-EASA license holders to easily convert their license and ratings according to EASA regulations. Stoflight EASA conversion course consists of both the theoretical training including ATPL-theory and the practical training required to issue an EASA license.
The EASA Conversion course consists of the following phases:
- ATPL-theory, 13 subjects
- Multi-Engine Piston Land Class Rating theory
- DA42 Simulator training
- DA42 Aircraft training
Below is a table showing the different phases of training and duration expected to complete each phase.
|Multi-Engine Piston Land Class Rating theory
|DA42 FNPT II Simulator training (10 hours)
|DA42 Aircraft training (5 hours)
In order to be eligible for the EASA Conversion Program you need to fulfill all the requirements listed below:
The pre-entry requirements are necessary in order for you to start your training at Stoflight. If you have any questions about the requirements, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will answer all your questions.
All our programs and courses are offered in packages where you as our customer selects one or more packages to best suit your needs.
* If you’re residing outside of the European Union (EU) you will require a student visa to Sweden, this can be administrated by us and for this service we charge 2500 EUR.
The prices listed above are the only fees associated with your training, what you see is what you get, simple as that. We don’t have any hidden fees or extra costs that will be added during the course, you pay for your training as you get it.
Build Your Future With Stoflight Academy
Pilot training is an expensive investment, we know that since most of the staff in our organization has at some point, experienced the same journey. Therefore we understand the investment you are about to make and we respect that investment. Our goal is to deliver the best possible training at a reasonable cost.
Financial student loans are available for Swedish citizens and can be arranged through our partnerships with Swedish banks.
Our staff is here to assist you with any questions you may have, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.