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Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), Montpellier

Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile is by far the largest pilot school in France (in terms of number of trainees and budget). It has a very good brand image in France, but also abroad, notably in China, the Middle-East and the Maghreb. It trains a large number of pilots every year from these geographical areas. Furthermore, ENAC is accredited by EasyJet, therefore proving its ability to train foreign student pilots in English and is one of the rare schools in Europe to have developed new online pilot training programs (MPL: Multi Pilot Licence) for two types of aircraft; B737 and A320, in accordance with the recommendations of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). Yet alongside its flagship training programmes, ENAC offers other pilot training options for instructors and French and foreign airlines or organizations. ENAC has simulators which correspond to the different types of aircraft used in its training. These simulators are replicas of the BE58, TB20 and DA42 cockpits. These outstanding teaching tools significantly reduce the number of hours required in flight. In particular the simulators allow trainees to practice emergency situations and instrument flight procedures. ENAC offers a wide range of flight training courses with distinct programs depending on their objectives. The ENAC flight school is widely known for its integrated flight training programs to become an airline pilot. ENAC has more than 70 years of experience in flight training and is recognized by major international airlines. ENAC provides high-level training at seven practical training centres in France and on a fleet of more than one hundred aircraft of various types, allowing student pilots to train on diverse environments before their integration into an airline.


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Avenue Jacqueline Auriol, Vauguières-le-Bas, Mauguio, Montpellier, Hérault, Occitania, Metropolitan France, 34130, France
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Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), Montpellier

Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile is by far the largest pilot school in France (in terms of number of trainees and budget). It has a very good brand image in France, but also abroad, notably in China, the Middle-East and the Maghreb. It trains a large number of pilots every year from these geographical areas. Furthermore, ENAC is accredited by EasyJet, therefore proving its ability to train foreign student pilots in English and is one of the rare schools in Europe to have developed new online pilot training programs (MPL: Multi Pilot Licence) for two types of aircraft; B737 and A320, in accordance with the recommendations of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). Yet alongside its flagship training programmes, ENAC offers other pilot training options for instructors and French and foreign airlines or organizations. ENAC has simulators which correspond to the different types of aircraft used in its training. These simulators are replicas of the BE58, TB20 and DA42 cockpits. These outstanding teaching tools significantly reduce the number of hours required in flight. In particular the simulators allow trainees to practice emergency situations and instrument flight procedures. ENAC offers a wide range of flight training courses with distinct programs depending on their objectives. The ENAC flight school is widely known for its integrated flight training programs to become an airline pilot. ENAC has more than 70 years of experience in flight training and is recognized by major international airlines. ENAC provides high-level training at seven practical training centres in France and on a fleet of more than one hundred aircraft of various types, allowing student pilots to train on diverse environments before their integration into an airline.

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Ecole Nationale de l

Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), Montpellier

Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile is by far the largest pilot school in France (in terms of number of trainees and budget). It has a very good brand image in France, but also abroad, notably in China, the Middle-East and the Maghreb. It trains a large number of pilots every year from these geographical areas. Furthermore, ENAC is accredited by EasyJet, therefore proving its ability to train foreign student pilots in English and is one of the rare schools in Europe to have developed new online pilot training programs (MPL: Multi Pilot Licence) for two types of aircraft; B737 and A320, in accordance with the recommendations of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). Yet alongside its flagship training programmes, ENAC offers other pilot training options for instructors and French and foreign airlines or organizations. ENAC has simulators which correspond to the different types of aircraft used in its training. These simulators are replicas of the BE58, TB20 and DA42 cockpits. These outstanding teaching tools significantly reduce the number of hours required in flight. In particular the simulators allow trainees to practice emergency situations and instrument flight procedures. ENAC offers a wide range of flight training courses with distinct programs depending on their objectives. The ENAC flight school is widely known for its integrated flight training programs to become an airline pilot. ENAC has more than 70 years of experience in flight training and is recognized by major international airlines. ENAC provides high-level training at seven practical training centres in France and on a fleet of more than one hundred aircraft of various types, allowing student pilots to train on diverse environments before their integration into an airline.

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LFMT – MPL – Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport

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