Discover Commercial Pilot Course in Spain CPL and Airline Transport Pilot Course in Spain ATPL.

One Air Group in Málaga will carry out a continuous training and advice process marked by its quality and demands in order to motivate the students to strive and pass a course to become a Commercial Pilot for an airline, taking into account the high future job prospects and the degree of training involved and required in this sector.

Come and take your commercial pilot course in Málaga with One Air and develop your own career within one of the professions with more future.

Commercial Pilot Training in Spain

We offer the best choice with regard to quality and price nationwide for commercial pilots and for those wishing to work for airlines.

We have developed a programme to meet your needs with limited group numbers and personalised attention. With us you can obtain your Commercial Pilot License CPL (A) and Airline Transport Pilot License ATPL.



  • Airline Transport Pilot Theory Course ATPL (A) – EASA
  • All necessary hours as Pilot In Command PIC.
  • English Course B1/B2
  • ICAO Linguistic Competency in English
  • Intensive Instrument Course (IR) in G1000 simulator
  • Instrument Rating Course (IR)
  • Multi Engine Course (ME)
  • Commercial Pilot Course (CPL)
  • Course in MCC cabin in FNPT II ALX JET MEDIO AIRBUS A320
  • Orientation course for JOC airlines
  • ALL FOR:
  • 56.000

Upon completion of the Professional Pilot Programme you will have obtained:

  • Commercial Pilot License CPL (A) and Airline Transport Pilot License ATPL (A)
  • SE Rating
  • ME Rating
  • NVFR Night Rating
  • ICAO Linguistic Competency in English
  • 25 Hours in Simulator Glass Cockpit Garmin 1000
  • 46  Hours in our new Simulator FNTP II ALX ALSIM GLASS COCKPIT – (SEPTEMBER 2016, First in Spain)
  • 20 Hours MCC course in FNPT II ALX JET MEDIO AIRBUS A320 
  • 209 Flight Hours
  • Certificate Course JOC of Orientation of Air Lines

ATPL Training Course Requirements:

High school diploma, A levels or equivalent.


Training is the key.

Experience is much more important than practice and textbooks. This is where your training has a real effect on your performance, by means of a practical experience, as it is done in commercial aviation. And of course, it is much better if it is done in a real way as we do in One Air at Málaga airport.

You can read the frequently asked questions below



Every single person can Access to our commercial pilot courses, whether they have a previous degree or not and whether you have a private pilot license or you are just beginning your training as a pilot. We will train you with both the best aircraft simulators and real airplanes to become a commercial pilot and get your commercial pilot license (CPL).

Why choose us:

  • Fly the world’s best training aircraft

  • Learn to fly from an international airport

  • Ideal climate conditions

  • The most advanced simulators

  • Highest standards of equipment and training

  • Bilingual training

  • Own pilot recruitment programme

  • Airline access courses

  • Two programmes tailored to meet your professional needs

  • Pre-approved finance

Commercial Pilot Courses and Airline Transport Pilot Courses

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a commercial/airline pilot?

To be able to work as a commercial or airline pilot, it is necessary to obtain a commercial pilot license CPL and theoretical ATPL (Frozen ATPL). Once in possession of them you are able to fly for an airline. Eventually once the minimum flight experience is reached, you will receive your Unfrozen ATPL.

What qualifications do I need to become a pilot?

To begin training for the PPL and continue with the CPL licence you must be 17 years old, pass a Class 1 medical exam, and own a High school certificate or have attended vocational school.

Do I need a degree to become a pilot?

It is not required to have a university degree to obtain a CPL license. The 98% of Airlines just need someone that holds a CPL licence , IR & ME ratings and MCC course.

What is the first step to becoming a pilot?

Do lots of research in the matter, and be advised by professionals to make the best decision and be aware of the best option. In One Air we will be delighted to hear from you without any  commitment.

Do different countries have different requirements for pilots?

Each country have their own regulations, Spain is under EASA (European Air Safety Agency) along with several other countries in the EU region. Nevertheless, all licences are issued following international standards from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and there are agreements to convert your licences between each ICAO member state.

Is Distance Learning Available?

Yes!  It is available. It is necessary to note that the license is issued by the state and therefore once the school recommends you, you can take the exams in the facilities of the competent authority.

How much does it cost to become a commercial pilot?

It depends. Although we offer Modular Training which is more flexible both in work/life balance and payment methods. . You can check the pricing of our courses in our website or by contacting a training advisor.

How long does commercial pilot training last?

The average duration of the course is between 16 and 24 months, but it depends mainly on the work capacity of each individual. In One Air we design the courses to complete training in 16 months, but we are flexible to adapt to the needs of our students.

What are the medical requirements for commercial pilots?

The medical fitness up to a Class 1 Medical Certificate is required. You can check the requirements on the Spanish CAA website (AESA). Glasses are allowed within certain limits.

If I get my licence in Spain can I fly in other countries?

Of course you can. The Spanish License, within which is a European license is considered one of the most restrictive and therefore we can fly to different countries and even operate in them.

After I get my licence is there any further training required?

Yes, currently, all companies require the Multi Crew Coordination Course (MCC). Subsequently and depending on the company, it is necessary to carry out a type rating generally after the interview has been completed and the conditions are specific for each company. In One Air, include in the CPL course the MCC in our certified simulator ALX A320

Is there accommodation provided for the duration of the course?

For students who, because of their location, are not from Malaga and need accommodation during the course, the school offers a counselling service to help students find accommodation.

What extra cost is involved in the training?

The costs involving accommodation and commuting. The CPL course in One Air includes all costs of fees, uniforms, etc. necessary to complete the course.

Are there any guarantees of work after completing the training?

Currently the aviation sector is experiencing great growth and as forecasts are improving, it is a great moment. You can see the boeing Report

Will the weather slow down my training? Safety is our top priority, and thus our daily operation is heavily influenced by the weather. Fortunately, One Air operates mainly in  Malaga international airport, as well as in La Axarquia ( the European south coast ). Operating in this area allows us to fly throughout the year, we take advantage of the bad weather days,  for giving simulators  sessions as much as possible. In this way we achieve that the periods set for the duration of the course are maintained.

What is the minimum age you have to be to become a commercial pilot?

You need to be 18 years old to be able to start the CPL course

What level of English is required to become a pilot?

Since 2008, It is mandatory for every professional pilot to speak English up to ICAO Level 4 standards. One Air is an approved centre to officially certify this requirement.

Is the training difficult?

No, There is a high percentage of success in our graduates, almost 100%. Most of the concepts are new for the students and it requires commitment. Although with interest and motivation you will be able to pursue your dreams.

Specifications – Commercial Pilot and Airline Transport Pilot Courses in Spain

Everything we have to offer relating to our Commercial Pilot and Airline Transport Pilot courses, including all characteristics and specifications in one complete PDF dossier ready for download.

The latest technology will be at you disposal, like our Diamond Aircraft fleet and cutting edge flight simulators.

Having all the necessary tools to carry out pilot training to the highest standards is key. There are many flight schools in Spain, but not all of them have access to the same level of technology and facilities. One Air Málaga has the technology and the moderns aircrafts necessary to allow our students to achieve quality training that will enable them to confront the challenges of flying the latest aircraft from Boeing and Airbus.

One Air Málaga offers the highest quality learning thanks to methods used by our professional teachers in addition to quality flight instruction from Málaga International Airport.

Additionally, at One Air Málaga we have multimedia classrooms which are not only key for students to develop the abilities necessary to pilot an aircraft but also allow our courses to be taken online.

We are an Approved Training Organisation (ATO 190) with European recognition.

Airline Transport Pilot Courses in Spain

Learning to fly is the dream of lots of people and many of them have the opportunity to make it a reality thanks to flight schools.

That said, it is also important to underline a key element that distinguishes One Air Málaga from its competitors and that is the use of our new Diamond Aircraft. These aircraft are a significant advancement and a considerable improvement for the students that pass through one of the leading pilot training schools in the country and have all the technology and equipment necessary to provide our students with top quality training here at One Air in Málaga.

 Furthermore one of the fundamental elements of any flying school are the flight simulators. These allow students to acquire the essential skills required to fly, besides being a critical feature of any learning programme.

Aviation is a world with a very wide range of possibilities with regards to pilot training and certification. Getting the relevant licences requires effort on the part of those interested in becoming pilots. Taking this into account it should be noted that in order to work professionally as a pilot it is necessary to have a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) which can be obtained in one of two ways.

Firstly, there is the integrated course which includes 150 flight hours and all corresponding theoretical components. These two requirements are essential to obtaining the licence and achieving the accreditation required for a student to become a commercial pilot (CPL)

Secondly, the students can obtain their certification by means of modular training by passing the required exams by parts and thus ultimately obtaining the same licences.

A Commercial Pilot’s License – Aspects Of Your Work VS Reward

There are many institutions which provide commercial pilot training and commercial pilot licenses. But before certifying a student or private pilot for their CPL, one should be trained in different aspects. It is not enough if one knows the flight form outside. Experience is critical over the theory and text books. This is where your training really has an effect on your performance – Through practical experience. Having a good number of hours of flight training (typically 200+ hours pilot in command) will serve to assist you during your license examinations to be a commercial pilot. The license will be checked and approved by the relevant governing aviation body in your country. In Europe, it’s EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency). In the USA, it’s the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).

Commercial pilot license needs a proper training

alsim alx simulator wtih two commercial pilot trianing

A Commercial pilot license certifies you to fly an aircraft for hire or financial reward. Therefore it is a significant milestone in the learning of flight, giving you a much increased freedom to earn through flying.  One needs good training before applying for a license. This training should be practical with a methodical system of in-flight instruction as well as a balance of aviation theory, consisting of Rules of the Air, Theory of flight, aircraft controls and instruments, meteorology, navigation, aerodynamics, planning, human factors and more. Along with a comprehensive learning, is a requirement to understand the radio operation to enable effective air and ground communication.

A Commercial pilot license is an exciting career for many people and highly coveted one. Though aviation can be a round the clock job and can often require you to be away from home for long hours, even days, the rewards can be quite satisfying.

With the acute shortage of commercial pilots and increasing demand for pilot training, flight simulators have become the most reliable and prominent tool for cpl training. Within the past few years the technology behind was escalated significantly. Hence flight simulators have become the key driving strength in the field of cpl pilot training.

As environmental impact due to aviation related operations has been a highlighted topic among environmental organizations in the past few years, it will be a greener act to use certified flight simulators for atpl training as real fly hours.

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