About CAPA

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CAPA has 30 years of experience in training EASA approved professional pilots via traditional ATPL pilot training. We place great emphasis on having a good professional training environment and leading new trends in, among other things, education, technology and education.

Pilot training are core competencies at CAPA, we are Scandinavia's leading pilot academy with professional pilot training for future pilots.

One of CAPAs strengths is the close connection to many Danish and international airlines. The school has approx. 60 permanent and freelance flight instructors working in airline companies worldwide. They know all the aviation problems and demands from their everyday lives. It is crucial that this knowledge is passed on to the next generation of pilots. A common trait of these experienced instructors is that they are affiliated with the pilot school because they are enthusiasts. Several of these instructors have taken their own pilot training at CAPA, and they are now returning to teach their future colleagues.

CAPA is based in Copenhagen Airport Roskilde, in a campus-like environment with more than 50 rooms spread over 5 student houses. We consider it important to create a safe and solid framework for the education that enables us to become a professional pilot and instructor at several levels. Roskilde Airport is an optimal airport for several reasons. Among other things, the airport has intersecting runways, which means that the wind rarely prevents the operation of flight sections.

The practical part is flown on a fleet of Piper aircraft (Cadet and Seneca) and Diamond (40/42). The entire training also uses a lot of synthetic airplane / flight simulators (B737 and A320). The advantage of putting a part of the training on the simulator is that we can effectively train the scenarios we can only talk about in the planes, and generally spend time more effectively, as well as implements a final Jet Orientation Course, thus completing our pilots at the level the airlines want.

If you want to fly professionally, you must first be trained professionally!