Flight school BEMOAIR LTD.Nesvačily No. 0193 25751 Bystřice u Benešova CZECH REPUBLIC
Company Establishment and The Short History :
• Flight School with name BemoAir was established in 1990 as part of Bemoinvest Ltd • In 1991 was first private flight school in the CR, providing private pilot training on airplanes• Since 1993 is located flight school Bemoair in building and operating at their own hangars at the airport Benesov• In the year 1994 are starting CPL, IFR and MEP trainings also at the branch for Moravia, at the airport in Brno • From the same year in under the contractual relationship for IFR training used simulator ULT-28• In the following year to we get permission CAA implementation of an integrated training CPL / IFR as L-1• Since 2000, we provide trainings as FTO-002 in accordance with JAR-FCL1 incl. Integrated Training ATPL (A)• In 2003, there is Flight School Bemoair Ltd. and acts independently and separately from Bemoinvest Ltd.• Since 2006 contractual use of the IFR training simulator at the training center ATR-42/72 CSA• Since 2007 we are approved for exam English language proficiency in accordance ICAO• In October 2011 we passed internacional audit from EASA* Since 2014 we are approved as CZ/ATO-002FlightSchoolBEMOAIRLtd.employsfivepermanentstaff,ofexperiencedinstructorsandfewotherinstructors andteachersexternally.Intheservicecentertherearetwotechnicians,whoperformmaintenanceandpreparing fortheoperationofeachaircraft.Instructorsthencanfullyconcentrateonpilotstudentsintheoreticaland practicaltraining.TrainingIFRisdoneonairportBrno-Turany,wherewehavebranchoftheflightschool.FNPT IItrainingincl.MCCcourseisperformedbycontractwiththecompanyFlyforFunonthedeviceULT-28and withcooperationwithCATC(CzechAirlinesTrainingCenter)onthesimulatorATR-42/500.Forteaching instrument flight procedures, can use a computers simulator Jeppesen FS200 on the airport Benešov.
OurCompanyprovidealltrainingsaswroteonpreviouspage- ABOUT ATO.ParticipantsinbasiccoursePPL(A)willbeusingstudentcardduringpractical trainingandidentificationcardforentryandmovingonairfiledBenešovorairportBrno.ForthebegginingofthecoursePPL(A)(orLAPL),anymedical certificateisneeded.Butstudenthastoobtainit,beforefirstsolo.Itisrecomendedtogetmedicalcertificatebeforeyoustartpracticaltraining. Minimum medical certificate for PPL(A) is class 2, in accordance to Part-MEDICAL. Pilotsinanothercourse(CPL,IR(A),MEP)musthaveavalidpilotlicence-minimumPPL(A)andtyperatingforairplaneswhichareusedfortraining. PilotsmusthaveaccomplishedconditionsforstartofspecifictrainingduetoEASArequirementsPart-FCLandmusthaveavalidmedicalcertificatein accordance to EASA Part-MEDICAL. Training ATP(A) we can make only as integrated and this is reachaeble only for students Czech Technical University.CAAintheCzechRepublicisabletoissueonlyPPL(A)forforeigncitizens. Thistypeoflicencecancontainqualification:NIGHT,MEPandIR(A)/SEorME. ForCPL(A)willbeissuedonlycertificateaboutpassedtraininginaccordancetoEASAregulation.Thatcertificatewillstandfornon/EASACAAasa confirming document about training and for exam CPL(A) in your country.
Private Pilot Licence
ThePPL(PrivatePilotLicense)trainingisthe firststepforthose,whodecidetobecomea professionalpilots.Thisactivityisalso interestingforbusinessmen,whousesport aircraftfortheirowntransportandforthose, whoareinterestedinsportflyingforownneed andforgladnessfromflying.WithPPLlicence you can take next qualifications in future.
Weofferanadvertisementairtowingforfirms,companieswiththeirnamesandlogos,orifthe clientsneedtoadvertiseanotherinformationwhichcouldattractwiththeitsunusualway.Theair-towisperformedfromtheBenešovairportandwecanflywiththebannertotheareaoverthe Slapydam,Posázaví,abovethehighwayandanywhere,wheretheamountofpotentialclientscould be found. The banner size is max 3m x 30m and is prepared by the clientwww.letecky-servis.czmaintenace center websites
Center for aircraft maintenance and repair
Within the scope of our flying school we also operate the service center for Zlín and Cessna aircraft maintenance and repair. We can offer the maintenance service not only for our needs, but also for other owners and operators ( especially air-clubs and flying schools ) who can use our services. From 2009 we are holder for CAMO too.We offer periodical maintenance within the range of 50, 100, 600 hours checks and annual airframe and engine checks for the following types: Z-126, Z-226, Z-226MS, Z-326, Z-526, Z-142, Z-43, Z-242, C-172, C-150, C-152 and C-182, Slingsby T67M200, Grob G115 and Tecnam P92JS and Let - L-200 “Morava” and L-40 “Meta Sokol”.
Flying for photography and aeral observation
Photo flights and the aerial photographing are available with Cessna C-172, C- 182 or Maule M5 (for pilot and 3 passengers - photographer + accompany ) or C-152 ( 2 seat aircraft ). Taking photographs are performed from the height of 150m above the ground ( objects, towns and villages ) up to 4 000m ( geodetic purposes ). Cessna is the high wing aircraft and because of that reason it is very convenient for this purposes. Free space for the vertical and slanting photographing is very useful, for exacting requirements is possible flying without doors, when the view is practically
“You can take advance and professional qualifications too!”
MEP - Multiengine piston aeroplanes Basic or Type Rating
The MEP (Land) Class Rating can be added to an ICAO PPL or CPL following the approved course of training. Prior to commencing the course, a PPL holder must have 70 hours as Pilot-in-Command.The MEP course consists of a minimum of 6 hours of flight training covering: aircraft differences, symmetric operations, emergency and asymmetric operations. We operate a L200-A on our MEP course, alternative types may be available on request at additional cost. Seven hours of ground training are also required, plus a multiple choice theory exam which is provided during the course. We have a 100% first series pass rate for the MEP course. New type rating for holder MEP is Cessna C-310. A Skill Test must also be passed following course completion
Instrument rating on SEP / MEP or Enroute IR
The Instrument Rating can be added to an ICAO PPL (provided the Part-FCL ATPL or IR examinations have been passed, together with the minimum experience requirements) or CPL to allow the holder to fly in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules inside controlled airspace.The training course can either be flown entirely in the aircraft, or split between our approved simulator and the aircraft, either single or multi engine.The Instrument Rating for a CPL holder requires a course of 45 instrument hours, during which time the student will learn to fly the aircraft by sole reference to the flight instruments, handle emergencies and fly precision and non-precision instrument approaches. This is usually done in a multi engine aircraft for CPL holders; however a single engine IR would also “freeze” the ATPL exams for a CPL holder. The flight test must be flown with a CAA approved Instrument Rating Examiner.For a PPL holder, the instrument rating requires at least 50 hours of instrument instruction, again split between our approved flight simulator and in either a single or multi engine aircraft.Flight school BEMOAIR offers both Single Engine and Multi Engine Instrument Rating Training to suit your needs. We can provide too new type of training - for Enroute IFR – EIR(A).
Aerobatics / TOW(S),(B) / FI(A) and other additional
-Basic Aerobatics training on the Zlín-142-Night flying for extend PPL(A) or if is need or IR(A) and CPL(A)-Training for aerotowing - sailplanes or banners or both-Training for basic flight instructor FI, too for CRI and for IRI-Theory for IFR english and ICAO english include ICAO exam-Training for microlight pilot (licence is issued and valid in the Czech by LAA)…and another training, you can ask your demand…
1.Theory: Theory courses for training PPL(A), CPL(A), IR(A) and another modular training is provided in classroom on airfield Benešov or Brno. Theory for ATP(A) integrated we provide in cooperation with Czech Technical Univeristy in Prague. Theoretical knowledge for other qualifications (NIGHT, MEP, TOWING, AEROBATICS e.t.c.) is provided before start of every specific practical training, including ground preparations.2.Licensing:Participants in basic course PPL(A) will be using student card for practical training and identification card for entry and moving on airfiled Benešov or airport Brno. For the beggining of the course PPL(A) (or LAPL), any medical certificate is needed. But student has to obtain it before first solo. It is recomended to get medical certificate before you start practical training. Minimum medical certificate for PPL(A) is class 2, in accordance to Part-MEDICAL. Pilots in another course (CPL, IR(A), MEP) must have a valid pilot licence -minimum PPL(A) and type rating for airplanes which are used for training. Pilots must have accomplished conditions for start of specific training due to EASA requirements Part-FCL and must have a valid medical certificate in accordance to EASA Part-MEDICAL.CAA in the Czech Republic is able to issue only PPL(A) for foreign citizens. This type of licence can contain qualification: NIGHT, MEP and IR(A)/SE or ME. For CPL(A) will be issued only certificate about passed training in accordance to EASA regulation. That certificate will stand for non/EASA CAA as a confirming document about training and for exam CPL(A) in your country.3.Files and records:Each participant has personal folder with personal data, files and records about theoretical and practical training, ground preparation, flight time and notes and comments of instructors about every part of sylabus. Every student in basic training PPL(A) and every pilot in another kind of training has to record flight to logbook in accordance to EASA Part-FCL.4.Instructors: All of our instructors are very experienced pilots with thousands of flown hours on all types of airplanes used for training. In the first place is high quality flight training and safety. Each student/pilot will have his/her own instructor for the training. Communication with instructor and with Air Traffic Control will be in English. Our instructors have English ICAO Level 4 or higher. For theory learning in English we have tutors who have state exam in English and with experiences in aviation.5. Airplanes: All of our airplanes used in Flight school BEMOAIR fulfil requirments of EASA for training airplanes. All of these are in category for aerial works. We use these types of airplanes for specific training :For PPL(A) (or LAPL): usually Cessna C150/C152/C172 or Zlin Z142/Z43For NIGHT qualification: usually Cessna C150/C152/C172/C177RG/C182For IR(A) qualification: SE - Cessna C172/C177RG/C182, ME – Let L200A/DFor CPL(A): Usually Cessna C150/C152/C172/C182 and C177RG or L200 6.Simulators:Flight school BEMOAIR is not owner of the flight simulator, but we have contract for using FNPT-II within Czech Airlines Training Centre (ATR 42/72, Boeing 737) and another FNPT-II within company Fly For Fun (full motion type ULT-28). Both simulators are in Prague and we have approval from CAA to use them. In PPL(A) training is possible to take 5 hours on the simulator, in CPL(A) also 5 hours, for IR(A)/SE 30 hours and for IR(A)/ME 35 hours.7.Maintenance: Maintenance for all of our aircrafts is done by our maintenance center approved in EASA Part F and CAMO is checked in accordance Part M. Thanks to this we are able to make all revisions and schedule maintenance directly inside our company.8.Setup of the training: Training will be provided on airfield Benešov (LKBE) or on airport Brno Tuřany (LKTB / BRQ). For IR(A) training is only used LKTB, where we have branch over 20 years. This airport is international with ATC service and it is all season operated. If there will be 4 students in a course, we are able to provide for each student own instructor and airplane. But normally it is about 2 students for one instructor and they are changing during training for flexible and well-spent training time. For CPL(A) and qualification IR and MEP we have another instructors and another airplanes. Training IR(A) can be provided also on airfiled Benešov, but with longer time for start of IR exercise (pilot must fly to start IFR point). On the airport Brno is all time of IR(A) training as IFR.On both airfields we have own offices, class rooms for 10-15 students and rooms for pre-flight preparation and debriefing. Classrooms are equiped by audiovisual and learning utility and Jeppesen charts and aids. All students have free Wi-Fi connection on the internet. AIP is reachable printed or electronically.. We have a special PC-software where there is an evidence and log about practical training of each student. Each participant have his/her own account.9.Shedule and timeline for training: Training will be made individually for each student. Our flight school operates all year seven days in week, including holidays. In basic course students can fly maximum 4 hours in one day.Training time including preparations and debriefing may be max. 8 hours. In next training courses is pilot limited only by 8 hours flight time by day or night.Training PPL(A) can be provided 1-3 months, Time spent in all kinds of the trainings also depend on the weather.The best time for start is: winter for theory and spring for flying.10.Syllabus for practical training: All training syllabus / manuals are approved by CAA in accordance with EASA requirements, specific within Part-FCL Part for the exercises of the sylabus PPL/NIGHT/CPL can you send ro email request11.Minimum requirements for the training and issue licence/qualification:To every kind of training must be completed some requirements : •PPL(A)-no experiences with flying, minimum age 15 years old for start, minimum age 16 years old for the first solo, minimum age 17 years old for exam and issuing PPL(A). For the first solo medical certificate 2. class is required Theory for PPL(A) totally 100 hours, 50 % before the practical training.•NIGHT -licence PPL(A), not limited by air raid flight hours, medical certificate 2. class with addition test to color perceptionTheory for NIGHT totally 3 hours, 100 % before the practical training.•IR(A)-applicant must have minimum 50 hours as PIC on airplanes in condition VFR / crosscountry. Minimum age is 18 years old, medical certificate is needed minimum 2. class, but with extension of audiocheck and color perception check. Pilot has to hold NIGHT qualification before starting of IR. Theory for IR(A) modular - totally 150 hours, 50 % before the practical training. (70 % from total theory is self study – in the distance course).•CPL(A)-pilot has to have medical certificate 1. class, CPL training can be start in 150 hours total and commercial pilot licence can be issued after 200 hours total and from this 100 hours as pilot in command. Pilot has to have crosscountry minimum 540 km (300 NM). The sylabus of CPL does not containt this crsscountry milage. Minimum age is 18 years old. Pilot has to hold NIGHT qualification or IR(A) before start CPL, or there is a possibility to take NIGHT as part of CPL training. Theory for modular CPL(A) totally 150 hours, 50 % before the practical training. (70 % from total theory is self study.)12.Prices : Prices of all our trainings are calculated for basic and minimum count of the flight hours in accordance to training manual and prescription by EASA. Price for practical training over this minimum flight hours is charged in accordance with actual pricelist, issued in day of flight. Prices for theory are fixed. Actuall and complete pricelist for all provided trainings you can you send on email request.In case of more participants in one course can be given discount from price of the theory. Usually -5 % for 2-3 participants, -10 % for 4-5 participants. Payment is possible in EUR in the current exchange rate (1 EUR is approx. 26 CZK)13. Accomodation and boarding: Practical training is usually very intensive and students will spend lot of time on the airfield. So that is convinient to book accomodation in Pilot club on airfield Benešov. Accomodation is half board (incl. breakfest) and it is possible to switch to full board. Close to airfield is more hotels with different comfort and different pricesIn Brno there is accomodation only in hotels out of airport area. Boarding on airport Brno is possible in local restaurant, daily menu costs approximatelly 100 CZK /person /food. Or you can eat in fast food inside airport area.