Pilot training regulated by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

EASA pilot training

Information for aspiring pilots with the right to live and work in the United Kingdom, European Economic Area (EEA) or New Zealand.

European flight schools

If you live in the United Kingdom or Europe you can begin pilot training at our United Kingdom or European Academies.

If you begin your ground school training in the United Kingdom, later stages of training could either be in the United Kingdom, Portugal or New Zealand.

Flight schools
Aviation careers

All our EASA pilot training courses are designed to launch aviation careers. Choosing our Integrated ATPL route means our airline placement team will work to place you as a Co-Pilot with an airline once you have successfully completed your training.

Integrated ATPL
European pilot training courses

Our EASA pilot training courses are not just flying lessons; the airline culture we adopt from day one will prepare you to become a Co-Pilot, Captain and beyond.

Pilot training courses
European funding & finance

At L3 we are committed to diversity. If you have the skills, drive and passion to become a pilot then we do not want funding to be a barrier. We offer ways to make your pilot training more affordable and work with independent organizations that offer loans specifically for pilot training.

Funding & finance
European career prospects

We have a team of dedicated Airline Pilot Careers Advisers who are experts in all areas of selection, training and careers. As your personal guide, they will find the best route to the flight deck for you and help you understand the Airline Pilot career options that could be available to you when you graduate.

Career prospects
European airline relationships

We are committed to maintaining and growing airline relationships so that we are able to offer our graduates the highest-quality, airline-focused training and unrivaled career opportunities. In turn we have built a reputation as a trusted provider of the highest-caliber pilots in the industry.

Airline relationships
European fleet

Our EASA fleet spans the United Kingdom, Portugal and New Zealand and comprises over 80 aircraft as well as computer and tablet-based training devices, fixed-base and flight simulators.