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EAS European Aviation School

EAS Barcelona arose from the initiative of a highly-specialized and experienced team with the objective of offering aviation training at the highest level.

The management team of EAS Barcelona has more than twenty years of experience in the training and formation of pilots and cabin crew (flight attendants), having managed the largest aircraft training fleet in Europe.

We also boast more than 150,000 flight instruction hours, and have proudly trained and licenced more than 1,000 pilots and 200 cabin crew members.

All of the personnel that make up EAS Barcelona are specialized and highly-experienced in the field of aviation training, specifically in its implementation and operation, and is highly cooperative, working together in order to positively and effectively complete all of its work.

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At EAS Barcelona, we know the importance of always being abreast of technological advancements in aviation.

It is for this reason that we always want to have the latest technology and the newest materials. Our fleet of aircraft is completely new and has been acquired straight from the manufacturer. EAS Barcelona has also opted for the latest cockpit technology used in all modern aircraft of global airlines, with the representation of the flight data on large screens that offer more information and better interpretation of parameters. This is what is called a “Glass Cockpit”.

We believe that both safety and quality are absolutely essential, and therefore we have new aircraft with all the latest technology. It is far from inadequate, but unfortunately, there is a frequent tendency that leads to that the average age of aircraft used for training in Spain to be 20 years old, and, consequently, does not have the latest developments in a sector in which technological advances are of great significance.

Aircraft used are TECNAM 2002 for basic training and TECNAM 2006 for advanced training and IFR.

In regard to flight simulators, EAS BARCELONA has two –  the only ones in Spain to be used for all flight phases – which employ only the newest and most recent technology.

The first Simulator certificate FNPTII is based on the same plane used in the TECNAM 2006 practices and the second is in the world’s most-used airliner: the AIRBUS 320.