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Eurocopter EC 120B Colibri
Robinson R22 Beta
Robinson R22 Beta II
Robinson R44 Raven I
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Svensk Pilotutbildning (SPU)
Svensk Pilotutbildning AB is a large flight school located at Gothenburg-City Airport (Säve) in south western Sweden. The school offers PPL(H) and CPL(H) training on a large fleet of Robinson and Eurocopter helicopters.

Click here to see SPU's promotion video on Youtube
Available photos of the fleet







History SPU started with fixed wing training operations in 1998. The helicopter education was established in 2004, and it has grown to become one of the leading schools in Sweden.

The flight school added an EC120 (SE-JEP) to its fleet in 2013.

In January 2014 SPU was awarded a government contract for two classes of 20 civil helicopter pilots each. After acceptance to the two-year 400-point higher vocational education programme, the pilots will gain a full ATPL(H)IR theory and a CPL(H) license with 135 flight hours each. The classes are funded by the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education.

In order to handle the increased number of training flights SPU added two additional R22s to its fleet in September-October 2014. It also added a brand new EC120 to its fleet.
Available photos of retired fleet members


Last update: 20 Aug, 2015
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