Flying in Sweden means hardcore flight training action in different weather conditions and a variating landscape. The question is, can you handle the action?
Picture this: The action starts already from your first flight out of our home base at Stockholm-Skavsta international airport. You will fly next to the big passenger jets from RyanAir, Wizzair etc, and you will communicate with real Air Traffic Controllers. You will have to keep your nerves in check and apply the knowledge from your theory studies and from the pre-flight briefing with your flight instructor. The whole point with our training is to give you the skills, the procedures and the confidence of an airline pilot even though you are manouvering a small aircraft.
Sweden has actually a perfect weather climate for airline pilot training. You will learn how to handle different weather conditions in a variating landscape and you will develop real pilot skills based on real life action rather than just reading about it in a book. This experience is exactly what the airlines are looking for in a first officer, not people who have been joy riding in a blue sky during all training.
Thanks to the gulf stream, Sweden has a hot summer season with temperatures between +25C (77F) to +30C (86F) and, because of our geographical position far north, we also have more daylight hours in the summer than anywhere else. This allow us to fly a lot more VFR in the summer time. The winter season is of course colder, but also more dry, which means a clear sky. And in our state-of-the-art flight simulators, the air condition is always perfect ;)