EASA Modular

CPL/ME/IR

OSM Aviation Academy offers a high-quality CPL/ME/IR modular course with airline structure and standards of manuals, procedures, and callouts. You can choose between our EASA locations for this program:

Västerås, Sweden | Arendal, Norway

Course information

Start dates

11 October 2021
If the start dates listed here are not optimal for your situation, this course can be started on-demand to suit your needs. On this page, you will find information about what you need to do before you can apply, what you can expect from the education, and the cost of training.
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Training locations | Västerås, Sweden or Arendal, Norway

Course description

To start the module and become an OSMAA pilot student you need a PPL with 159 hours total time. We recommend that you complete the ATPL(A) theory before starting this course, but you can also do these two courses in parallel. Keep in mind that if you do the CPL/ME/IR and ATPL(A) theory at the same time, you will have a substantially higher workload.

The course is planned for approximately 3-6 months depending on your availability and season of the year. Even if the training period is a little longer for students starting in the wintertime, the benefit is more exciting and demanding training in real winter operations.

OSMAA is flexible to meet your requirements of flight schedule, we have aircraft and instructors available 7 days a week.

Flight training

The modular CPL/IR/ME program starts with the Multi-Engine class rating. One and a half-day of briefing followed by 6 hours in our ME aircraft the Diamond DA42. The training will focus on familiarization training and engine failures.

When the ME class rating is completed you will continue the multi-engine instrument training in the 737NG simulator. In the simulator, you will start with instrument procedures, instrument approaches, and emergencies, all under various conditions.

After the simulator training, you will start with commercial and instrument maneuvers in the aircraft. The training focuses on emergencies and instrument procedures. During the multi-engine sessions, instrument procedures and emergencies with engine failures are trained. Upon completion, you will hold a CPL license with ME and IR ratings.

OSM Aviation Academy offers

  • High-quality training
  • Manuals, procedures, and callouts according to EU-OPS airline standard
  • Modern training fleet
  • 10 hours Cessna 172 incl. G1000 course
  • 40 hours in 737NG simulator
  • 30 hours Multi-Engine Training in a Diamond Twinstar (DA42)
  • Performance-Based Navigation (PBN) training
  • 2,5 hours Skill Test in DA42

Pre-entry requirements

Before you can apply

  • Valid EASA Medical Class 1
  • Valid EASA PPL + Night Qualification (NQ)*
  • EASA ATPL (A) Theory**
  • Flight time:
    • 159 h in total
    • 100 h PIC
    • 50 h Cross Country PIC***

*Can be included in the CPL/ME/IR program.

**Can be completed simultaneously with the CPL/ME/IR, but it is recommended to have completed it before.

***Which shall include a VFR CC flight of at least 300NM, of which full-stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure shall be made.

Price and payment

The CPL/ME/IR course can be divided into monthly, quarterly, or 6-month installments based on your needs.

309 715 SEK/NOK excl. VAT*

If combined with the EASA APS MCC this course is approved by CSN for Swedish citizens.

*Price will increase if you are lacking the EASA Night Qualification (NQ) and/or need additional training.