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    Federico
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    At least 3 questions (even if they would be much more…).
    1) top schools in Europe, as CAE or L3Harris have training programs that last around 2 years (I don’t remember if with or without type rating). How can your program last 8-10 months?
    2) I am already 47 years old. How many chances do I have to be employed once completing my training and which can be an average expecting initial salary?
    3) how complicate is, for an international student, to get a green card once the training is completed or to extend the FAA license to an EASA one?
    Thsnk you!

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    Hello Federico,

    Here are the answers to your questions:

    1) top schools in Europe, as CAE or L3Harris have training programs that last around 2 years (I don’t remember if with or without type rating). How can your program last 8-10 months?
    – Every student learns differently and at different rates. However, based on our experiences, we can provide averages that can help guide you. The following times are averages for our student pilots. They are based on full-time students conducting 5 training activities per week.
    Private Pilot: 3 months
    Instrument Pilot: 2 months
    Single-Engine Commercial: 1.5 months
    Multi-Engine Commercial: 1.5 months

    2) I am already 47 years old. How many chances do I have to be employed once completing my training and which can be an average expecting initial salary?
    – An individual must be 16 years old to solo an aircraft, 17 years old to obtain a Private Pilot Certificate, 18 years old to obtain a Commercial Pilot Certificate and 23 years old to obtain an Airline Transport Certificate. FAR Part 121 (major airline regulations) require all pilots to retire at the age of 65.

    3) how complicate is, for an international student, to get a green card once the training is completed or to extend the FAA license to an EASA one?
    – Epic can only assist you with M1 visa. If you wish to get a green card, you’ll have to contact the US embassy directly for that.

    Thank you for using our forum!

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