Boarding the plane, listening to the noise of the engines, feeling the speed, forgetting about everything, thinking only about flying, enjoying the views whether you fly by day or by night…

And literally live off the air, or what is the same thing:
to get paid for it.

Don't you think that being an airline pilot is the most beautiful profession in the world?

If you’re reading this, it’s because you think so too.

But take a look.

This is David Fernández, one of the two wings of PULSE.

When I was 18 years old I did my military service because I knew I was going to be at Torrejón Airport.

And I wanted to be a pilot.

I thought to myself: I’ll do the military service,surrounded by military aeroplanes and loading baggage into them, then I’ll do my military career as a pilot and after two years I’ll switch into civil aviation.

But with all due respect, the fact that you could be sent to the military jail just because you didn’t salute the higher rank official ( who you didn’t realise was just standing behind you)… it’s not my cup of tea.

So I left and started to work.

At the age of 27, while as a manager in a company, I got my pilot’s licence.

I had to combine my job, which was very demanding, with my pilot training.

I studied at a school in Cuatro Vientos, which meant for me, between the comings and goings, traffic jams and ground classes, “losing” between 5 and 6 hours of my day.

And then back to study as soon as I got home.

It was exhausting.

I still managed to get my licence within 2 years.

If I had had the opportunity to study the theoretical part online, I would have happily done it.

Because it would have saved me money, effort, energy and a lot of hours stuck at traffic jams.

But at that time it was unthinkable.

There was also something important missing in my pilot training.

A mind oriented training to help you silence those dark thoughts (uncertainties and fears) that sometimes become an obstacle when studying for this profession.

(Like the deep respect for flying, the first time you take the controls of the plane even with the instructor at your side, the doubts about whether you will be able to resolve adverse situations that may arise in the cockpit, and the uncertainty of not knowing if you are doing the right thing, when you have already made the important investment that a pilot’s career requires).

Long story short, looking back and with the experience that I have obtained through the years, I have been able to define the pilot school I would have liked to enrol in to obtain my pilot’s licence

A more dynamic school, where I would have felt responsible and a leader in my training. Where I would have felt supported, listened to and guided by the instructors. And where I would have received the emotional and mind management help I mentioned before.

Well then.

Life has led me to meet Natalia Calvo (the other wing of PULSE and the person responsible for devising the concept of the school that we are),who in addition to knowing the intricacies of the profession from the inside “due to collateral effects”, knows in depth the importance of emotional and mind training to achieve the best results in high-performance professions, such as the profession of pilot.And from this professional, vocational and passionate union PULSE was born.

PULSE is formed by a commercial pilot, with more than 3,000 hours of flying and so many others of pilot instruction and examination, and an executive director trained in coaching, who knows what is unwritten about leadership, both ready to transform the training system of one of the most beautiful professions in the world.

We are not a traditional aviation school, but we also offer you everything that a regular pilot school can offer you.

To understand if the model of school that we are fits what you are looking for and to get to know our training proposal, there is only one way...

Sign up for our newsletter

We send you by email the flight route you have to follow to become a Pulse Pilot

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

Natalia Calvo, the other wing of PULSE and head of this racket, believes that pilots are like X-MEN…. I know what you’re thinking, but wait, she explains herself just below.

Natalia Calvo speaking, to tell you about the X-men and some other things that, if you dream is becoming a pilot, you'll almost certainly be interested in it...

Look.

I’ve always lived near Barajas airport.
It’s an area where planes fly by, you can’t hear them but you can see them.

Although I never aspired to be a pilot, my daily routine was to see the planes, from a very young age.

And when I saw them pass by, I felt a deep admiration for the perspective of the world that those who travel in them have from up there.

But my childhood dream was to organise the Olympics.

That’s why I ended up studying for a BS degree in Sports and Science and working in the management and organisation of sporting events some time later.

This passion of mine for sport makes me see the pilots we want to train at PULSE as elite athletes.

High-performance pilots, I like to say.

For me, pilots are like the X-men.
You look at them and they seem normal, human. Like if you run into Wolverine in the street when he doesn’t have his claws in sight.

But pilots have the ability to defy the laws of gravity.

And genetics.

As they manage to do what humans have always wanted to do but cannot do by themselves: imitate birds.

Of course, with this superpower comes great responsibility.

And that is precisely why it is so important for the pilot to have his head and emotions in place when he is at the controls of an aircraft.

That’s why, if you are a pilot, you are a high performer.

Because you are risking your life (not just your own) in a one-hour flight, just as Gervasio Deferr risked his Olympic gold medal in the 7 seconds it took him to run and jump on the colt.

You have to be fully focused on your mission, which is to fly the plane. Hence the importance of the mental and emotional training that I lead at PULSE.

And that's also why at PULSE we offer you all the training you need to not only pass your exam and get your pilot's licence, but to become the best pilot you want to be.

But to become that better pilot, the first step is to subscribe to our newsletter. As you can see, the first step is not that demanding at all...

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

Do you want to take that first step?

Well, we have talked about PULSE wings, David and Natalia, but an airplane is not complete without the fuselage, nor is our school without its team.

And yes, of course we have a team.

We are not going to tell you that they are professional experts in aviation and in emotional and mental training, because although they are, it seems too obvious to us.

We'd rather tell you that the PULSE team will make sure you leave this school, not only with a pilot's licence, but with the confirmation that you have made the right choice.

They are instructors and coaches who, in addition to teaching you the Pilot profession, will push you when you need it most. To solve doubts about your pilot career and to overcome the fears and uncertainties that are inherent to this process.

Long story short, if you have to blame anyone for becoming a high performance pilot, it will have to be the PULSE team, no matter how much we hate it.

Yes, high performance pilot, as Natalia explained above. But if you want to understand it better and know more about our training proposal, you just have to subscribe to our newsletter.

Leave us your email

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

By the way, talking about being concentrated in the plane, in PULSE we are going to train you in such a way that the times you have to say...

in your communications with the control tower will be few or none.

Boarding the plane, listening to the noise of the engines, feeling the speed, forgetting about everything, thinking only about flying, enjoying the views whether you fly by day or by night…

And literally live off the air, or what is the same thing:
to get paid for it.

Don't you think that being an airline pilot is the most beautiful profession in the world?

If you’re reading this, it’s because you think so too.

But take a look.

This is David Fernández, one of the two wings of PULSE.

When I was 18 years old I did my military service because I knew I was going to be at Torrejón Airport.

And I wanted to be a pilot.

I thought to myself: I’ll do the military service,surrounded by military aeroplanes and loading baggage into them, then I’ll do my military career as a pilot and after two years I’ll switch into civil aviation.

But with all due respect, the fact that you could be sent to the military jail just because you didn’t salute the higher rank official ( who you didn’t realise was just standing behind you)… it’s not my cup of tea.

So I left and started to work.

At the age of 27, while as a manager in a company, I got my pilot’s licence.

I had to combine my job, which was very demanding, with my pilot training.

I studied at a school in Cuatro Vientos, which meant for me, between the comings and goings, traffic jams and ground classes, “losing” between 5 and 6 hours of my day.

And then back to study as soon as I got home.

It was exhausting.

I still managed to get my licence within 2 years.

If I had had the opportunity to study the theoretical part online, I would have happily done it.

Because it would have saved me money, effort, energy and a lot of hours stuck at traffic jams.

But at that time it was unthinkable.

There was also something important missing in my pilot training.

A mind oriented training to help you silence those dark thoughts (uncertainties and fears) that sometimes become an obstacle when studying for this profession.

(Like the deep respect for flying, the first time you take the controls of the plane even with the instructor at your side, the doubts about whether you will be able to resolve adverse situations that may arise in the cockpit, and the uncertainty of not knowing if you are doing the right thing, when you have already made the important investment that a pilot’s career requires).

Long story short, looking back and with the experience that I have obtained through the years, I have been able to define the pilot school I would have liked to enrol in to obtain my pilot’s licence

A more dynamic school, where I would have felt responsible and a leader in my training. Where I would have felt supported, listened to and guided by the instructors. And where I would have received the emotional and mind management help I mentioned before.

Well then.

Life has led me to meet Natalia Calvo (the other wing of PULSE and the person responsible for devising the concept of the school that we are),who in addition to knowing the intricacies of the profession from the inside “due to collateral effects”, knows in depth the importance of emotional and mind training to achieve the best results in high-performance professions, such as the profession of pilot.And from this professional, vocational and passionate union PULSE was born.

PULSE is formed by a commercial pilot, with more than 3,000 hours of flying and so many others of pilot instruction and examination, and an executive director trained in coaching, who knows what is unwritten about leadership, both ready to transform the training system of one of the most beautiful professions in the world.

We are not a traditional aviation school, but we also offer you everything that a regular pilot school can offer you.

To understand if the model of school that we are fits what you are looking for and to get to know our training proposal, there is only one way...

Sign up for our newsletter

We send you by email the flight route you have to follow to become a Pulse Pilot

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

Natalia Calvo, the other wing of PULSE and head of this racket, believes that pilots are like X-MEN…. I know what you’re thinking, but wait, she explains herself just below.

Natalia Calvo speaking, to tell you about the X-men and some other things that, if you dream is becoming a pilot, you'll almost certainly be interested in it...

Look.

I’ve always lived near Barajas airport.
It’s an area where planes fly by, you can’t hear them but you can see them.

Although I never aspired to be a pilot, my daily routine was to see the planes, from a very young age.

And when I saw them pass by, I felt a deep admiration for the perspective of the world that those who travel in them have from up there.

But my childhood dream was to organise the Olympics.

That’s why I ended up studying for a BS degree in Sports and Science and working in the management and organisation of sporting events some time later.

This passion of mine for sport makes me see the pilots we want to train at PULSE as elite athletes.

High-performance pilots, I like to say.

For me, pilots are like the X-men.
You look at them and they seem normal, human. Like if you run into Wolverine in the street when he doesn’t have his claws in sight.

But pilots have the ability to defy the laws of gravity.

And genetics.

As they manage to do what humans have always wanted to do but cannot do by themselves: imitate birds.

Of course, with this superpower comes great responsibility.

And that is precisely why it is so important for the pilot to have his head and emotions in place when he is at the controls of an aircraft.

That’s why, if you are a pilot, you are a high performer.

Because you are risking your life (not just your own) in a one-hour flight, just as Gervasio Deferr risked his Olympic gold medal in the 7 seconds it took him to run and jump on the colt.

You have to be fully focused on your mission, which is to fly the plane. Hence the importance of the mental and emotional training that I lead at PULSE.

And that's also why at PULSE we offer you all the training you need to not only pass your exam and get your pilot's licence, but to become the best pilot you want to be.

But to become that better pilot, the first step is to subscribe to our newsletter. As you can see, the first step is not that demanding at all...

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

Do you want to take that first step?

Well, we have talked about PULSE wings, David and Natalia, but an airplane is not complete without the fuselage, nor is our school without its team.

And yes, of course we have a team.

We are not going to tell you that they are professional experts in aviation and in emotional and mental training, because although they are, it seems too obvious to us.

We'd rather tell you that the PULSE team will make sure you leave this school, not only with a pilot's licence, but with the confirmation that you have made the right choice.

They are instructors and coaches who, in addition to teaching you the Pilot profession, will push you when you need it most. To solve doubts about your pilot career and to overcome the fears and uncertainties that are inherent to this process.

Long story short, if you have to blame anyone for becoming a high performance pilot, it will have to be the PULSE team, no matter how much we hate it.

Yes, high performance pilot, as Natalia explained above. But if you want to understand it better and know more about our training proposal, you just have to subscribe to our newsletter.

Leave us your email

If you are familiar with the acronyms ATO and AESA, we would like to confirm that yes, we are indeed, an ATO under the official and approved training syllabus laid out, and closely monitored by AESA. But we show it in the small print because it’s the same thing everyone says and we don’t like to repeat ourselves.

By the way, talking about being concentrated in the plane, in PULSE we are going to train you in such a way that the times you have to say...

in your communications with the control tower will be few or none.