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With more than 55,000 flight hours and more than 1,500 helicopter and airplane pilots trained, the HANGAR UNO training center is the most active flight institution of its kind in the country. Its instructor staff is made up of professional pilots from our Armed Forces, with individual experience of more than 8,000 hours of instruction. The training are theoretical-practical, using the latest advances in teaching methodology and instruction techniques, both during the flight and in the theoretical classes.
Requirements to enter the flight school:
Possess valid class II psychophysical qualification certificate (CMA Aeronautical Medical Certification)
Possess a certificate of approval of Basic General Education (E.G.B.) or complete Primary Cycle or equivalent.
Possess identity document.
Register in the Digital Aeronautical Box (CAD) on the ANAC (National Civil Aviation Administration) website.
To register in the CAD you must go to the ANAC website and then select the CAD section.
Once entered in the CAD you must follow the instructions provided on the page.
To finalize the registration, the information established through the AFIP must be validated by entering with the Level 3 Fiscal Code.
If the applicant is under 18 years of age or a foreigner, the information may be validated through a Flight School in person and with an identifying document.
The registration ends when the ANAC sends the applicant a username and password that enables him to enter the CAD.
The psychophysical examination to obtain the Aeronautical Medical Certificate (CMA) can be carried out at the INMAE (National Institute of Aeronautical and Space Medicine) or at a doctor authorized by the ANAC.
To start the process, the applicant must have been registered in the CAD and have their username and password.
You can start the course with 16 years and 9 months.
In all cases where the applicant is under 18 years of age, authorization from the parents or guardian accredited by a notary public or justice of the peace is required.