Pilots holding an FAA (or any other ICAO State) pilot certificate seeking to convert to an EASA Private Pilot License (PPL), can now study for the three required theoretical tests using web-based training developed by E-gle — a team of experts from the EuroPilot Center.
The EASA PPL Conversion Course, hosted on the King Schools iLearn platform, is priced at $89.
Pilots with more than 100 flight hours must pass EASA written tests on Human Performance & Limitations, Air Law and Radio Telephony.
According to King Schools officials, the test-prep course material is fully EASA compliant, containing all required learning objectives and more than 200 EASA-style test questions with explanations.
“We are excited to address the needs of pilots wanting to fly in Europe with a course from E-gle that excels at preparing pilots for the required exams. And hosting it on the KING iLearn platform makes that learning easily accessible to pilots around the world,” said John King, co-chairman of King Schools. “We look forward to continue working with E-gle to add a full range of EASA pilot test prep courses to our iLearn platform.”