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The process to start your pilot training at Canavia Aviation Academy is simple and fast. Fill out our intuitive application form, and if you have any questions, our team of experienced consultants is available by phone or email to provide you with immediate assistance. We are here to make your dream of becoming a pilot a reality. Fill out the form or contact us today to begin your extraordinary journey in aviation with Canavia Aviation Academy. Thank you for choosing Canavia Aviation Academy for your training.

Thank you for choosing Canavia Aviation Academy for your training.

How to enroll

Get ready to turn your dreams into reality by following these simple steps.


Applying to Canavia Aviation Academy is quick and accessible.

Fill out our application form and contact our experts for immediate answers to your questions. The courses take place in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, offering you an extraordinary

environment for your training.

Choose your destination, fill out the form or give us a call, and start your journey to becoming a pilot with Canavia Aviation Academy.

You have three options to apply:

  1. Via Phone: call the number (+39) 331 2543177 to receive detailed information about our pilot training programs.

  2. Online: send an email to for direct assistance.

  3. Or, fill out the application form by clicking here.

Choose the option you prefer and begin your path to becoming a pilot.

Sopra le nuvole


Passing a medical examination is essential for a pilot's career, as physical and mental health is a critical safety factor that can influence every phase of flight.

In the European Union, there are two classes of medical certificates: Class 1 for commercial pilots (CPL/ATPL) and Class 2 for private or recreational pilots (LAPL & PPL).


Aviation Medical Examiners (AME) certify pilots from a medical perspective, requiring each pilot to meet specific medical standards based on the class of the required medical certificate.

The medical certificate is a statement from an EASA-authorized doctor, attesting that the applicant meets the medical requirements to operate an aircraft in flight.

All pilots, regardless of student or licensed status, must possess a valid medical certificate to exercise the privileges of their pilot's license.

Periodic medical examinations required for certification are conducted by designated aviation medical examiners.

Admission test

ATPL course

The admission test for the ATPL course is designed to assess various skills and fundamental knowledge necessary to undertake pilot training.


Here's an overview of the main aspects covered in the admission test:

  1. English Language Proficiency: Assessment of language proficiency in English, essential for communication in the aviation context.

  2. Personality Traits: Examination of personality traits that may influence the pilot's performance and ability to work in a flight environment.

  3. Basic Mathematics: Evaluation of basic mathematical skills relevant for quick calculations and decisions in flight.

  4. Basic Physics: Examination of fundamental physics concepts relevant to understanding the principles of flight.

    The test is conducted online for the convenience of aspiring pilots. It's important to note that the evaluation cost is 250 EUR and must be paid in advance.


Once the test is successfully passed, this amount will be deducted from the total cost of the ATPL course.

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VISA issuing process

For non-EU citizens seeking to study in Spain, especially for pilot training through Canavia, here's a shortened version of the comprehensive guide:

  1. Acceptance: Get accepted into Canavia's pilot training program, the first crucial step.

  2. Assessment and Medical Class: Pass initial assessment and medical class exams to meet program requirements.

  3. Letter of Acceptance: Canavia provides a Letter of Acceptance, essential for your visa application.

  4. Document Preparation: Gather required documents, including financial proof, health insurance, etc., with Canavia's assistance.

  5. Visa Application: Submit your student visa application to the Spanish consulate in your home country, following their specific requirements.

  6. Processing Time: Be patient, as visa processing can take 4 to 6 months. Apply early.

  7. Stay in Touch: Stay informed about visa policy changes, and maintain communication with Canavia for support.

  8. Contact Canavia: Reach out to Canavia for assistance with any questions during the process.

By following these steps and Canavia's guidance, you can streamline your student visa application for pilot training in Spain. Early preparation and adherence to guidelines are key to success.


Residence permit

Before Arrival in Spain:

  1. Obtain Student Visa: Apply at the Spanish Consulate in your home country with acceptance into Canavia's program and required documents.

After Arrival in Spain:

  1. Commence Studies: Travel to Spain with the student visa and start your Canavia training.

  2. Apply for Residence Permit: Shortly after arrival, apply for a student residence permit, which is essential for staying legally.

Assistance from Canavia:

  • Canavia, with a lawyer's help, supports you in obtaining the residence permit.

  • They assist in gathering necessary documents, such as enrollment confirmation, finances, and health insurance.

Residence Permit Duration:

  • Initially granted for 1½ years.

  • Extendable for an additional 6 months with Canavia's assistance if needed.

Application Process:

  • Apply within specified time frames to maintain legal status.

  • Required documents include proof of enrollment, financial stability, health insurance, and a clean criminal record.

Final Tips:

  • Stay informed about immigration law changes.

  • Utilize Canavia's support and resources for a smooth legal process.

By following these steps and utilizing Canavia's assistance, non-EU students can navigate the residence permit process in Spain, allowing them to focus on their pilot training.

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Pilot Uniform

For students enrolled in commercial pilot courses, maintaining a professional appearance is key. Upon starting their training, students will receive:

  1. Complete Pilot Uniform: This includes attire reflecting the professional standards of a commercial pilot.

  2. Pilot Bag: For organizing and transporting training materials and personal items.

  3. iPad: Provided as an essential tool for accessing training materials, flight manuals, and navigation charts.

  4. Reflective Safety Vest: To ensure visibility for safety during practical training sessions and movements around the airfiel

    Maintaining Professional Appearance

    Keep the uniform clean and pressed and
    wear the uniform correctly, including any required safety gear like the reflective vest.

    Take good care of the iPad and other training materials provided.These elements underscore the importance of professionalism and safety throughout the training process.


Ideal Location:

Canavia has pilot training bases in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, strategically chosen for their favorable weather conditions, which provide more flying days annually compared to many other locations.

This ensures uninterrupted training sessions and optimal accumulation of flight hours.

Accessibility: Both Gran Canaria and Tenerife are easily accessible, with daily flights available from most European cities. This makes travel to and from the training bases convenient for international students.


Canavia recognizes the importance of comfortable living arrangements for effective learning. Therefore, they provide student residences tailored to trainees' needs, offering a conducive environment after intense training sessions.

Residence Features:

  1. Fully Furnished Apartments: Designed for shared living, these apartments accommodate 2 or more students, fostering a sense of community and mutual support.

  2. Amenities: Residences are equipped with WiFi and include reasonable electricity costs, ensuring a worry-free stay, so students can focus on their studies.

  3. Booking: To secure their spot, students should reserve these accommodations at least a month and a half before their course start date.

  • Commitment to Excellence

  • Canavia is dedicated to providing an optimal learning environment that complements the high-quality training provided. Their commitment extends beyond just the flight training to include ensuring that every aspect of your stay and learning experience is as comfortable and productive as possible.

  • Choosing Canavia Aviation Academy for your pilot training not only means you'll be learning from experienced instructors but also ensures you're supported throughout your training journey with excellent facilities and accommodations designed to make your training experience as effective and enjoyable as possible.

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