WRITTEN APTITUDE TEST

STEP I

The Written Aptitude tests takes place in large groups, and is used to make sure that the candidates have the basic skills required for pilot airline work. The written tests work as a screening out instrument, and candidates who don’t pass this step are excluded from the further process. The Written tests consist of a number of different paper and pencil tests, and cover areas such as:

  • Technical Comprehension
  • Perceptual Speed and Accuracy
  • Instrument Reading
  • Logical Ability
  • Spatial Ability
  • Short Term Memory
  • Numerical Understanding