Robert BankiManaging Director
Robert is an MSc engineer, entrepreneur, and a private pilot. He has over 20 years of experience in starting and building different companies. He also flies gliders, single engine aircraft, paragliders and trike.
István GyőriHead of Training
Istvan is a pilot and safety officer from the Hungarian Air Force. He has flown number of aircraft types from Zlin 142 through Yak 52 till Antonov 26. He has some 3000 hours in the air, few years of service in the United States and Afganistan too. He is one of the founders of Airwin and the head of the training.
Gyula KühtreiberDeputy Head of Training
Gyula is an active Airbus 320 captain at Wizzair. He has flown tens of thousands of hours on different aircraft types from small gliders to the left seat of the Airbus 320. He used to be Chief Operational Manager and member of the management of Wizzair Ukraine. He is responsible for the theory training of airline pilots at Airwin.
Andreasz JordanidiszChief Flight Instructor
Andreasz started his aviation career in 2006 with gliders, became a FAI Silver Badge pilot in 2009. In 2012 he finished his studies as a Transportation Engineer-Professional Pilot at College of Nyíregyháza. He works as a Compliance Manager for Approved Training Organisations since 2014, started his Flight Instructor career in 2017.
Zoltán Siklósi PhDSafety Manager
Zoltán Siklósi PhD was the chief pilot, official test pilot and the flight safety officer of the Hungarian Air Force, until he retired. Between 1973 and 2005, he flew all types of MiG fighter aircraft. The Scientific Degree (PhD) was donated by the Senate of the National Defense University of Miklós Zrínyi, for the research results of the exploration of the system-based aviation safety. He worked at the National Transport Authority as a second-degree aviation referee for both civil and government aviation. For many years he was a senior flight safety officer at the Hungarian Aviation Association. He he’s a hundreds of flying hours on a glider and small motor aircraft. He is currently working as a manager responsible for aviation safety.
Kinga FodorOffice Manager
Kinga finished her studies in Budapest Business School in faculty of tourism in 2017 and moved back to her hometown Esztergom. Currently she is studying sport management in Eötvös Lóránd University. She is interested in aviation because her grandfather is a flight instructor and she spent a lot of time at airports in her childhood. Since she have been working here she is planning to start flying.
Zsolt BertaFlight Instructor
Zsolt is a former fighter pilot on MiG-21 from Hungarian Air Force. He has flown number of aircraft types: L-39, Zlin-142, Cessna 150/152/172/182, Pipper 28, Bulldog SK 61, Slinsby T-67, Tampico TB9, Diamond DA 20, Moran Soulnier 880B, Fuji F-2000, Tecnam 2002 JF, Falke SF 25. He has valid commercial pilot licence with 2500 flying hours and a few years of service at the Hungarian Ministry of Defense. Currently he is one of Airwin's instructors.
Tamás GereFlight Instructor
Tamás is an MSc vehicle engineer. He finished his studies at Technical University of Budapest in 2011. His aviation career started in 2013. He flies gliders, TMGs, single engine aircrafts. Since 2014 he manage the Pilotaszemmel project on YouTube and different social pages. He published two books: Megvalósult pilóta álmok (Pilot dreams come true) and Pilóta leszek (How to become a pilot). He is an aviation mentor, he helps and motivate beginners, who also wants to become a pilot. Since 2019 he is a flight instructor.
Kristóf NagyFlight Instructor
Kristof is a passionate aviator, who flies both fixed wings and helicopters. One of his goals was to discover as many fields of aviation as possible. He started on gliders in 2003, and thanks to his aim he traveled around the globe and experienced various flight operations. Operations like aerial surveillance, agricultural flights, international flights and also flight instruction. He used to be a bush pilot in the Indonesian jungles and he flew the unique co-axial Kamov helicopters over the Hungarian fields. He has a slight aerobatic experience and one of his hidden dreams is to compete in aerobatics. External load lifting with helicopters has been his favorite task so far, but he as well enjoys the challenges of raising his students. He has around one thousand hours of flight experience, and he is kind of a storyteller, so don't be shy to ask him if you have any questions about the sky.
Barnabás VandornyikFlight Instructor
Barna had been started his flying career at MALÉV Pilot School in 2007 and completed CPL training in 2008. After a couple of years of timebuilding section, between 2010 and 2015 with Budaörs airport base, he organized and operated flights to over Budapest and on demand throughout the country. He has further expanded his flight experience in other foreign countries such as USA, Germany, Poland, and Slovakia. He completed his experiences on the following aircraft types: Cessna 150-152-172, Piper PA28, BE-76 Duchess, Piper Seneca I-II, DA-20, Aero AT-3, Tecnam 2002-JF, Viper SD4. He has been working as an instructor since 2017. He has more than 1200 flying hours in the air.
Alican CesurFlight Instructor
Alican is an MSc Forest Engineer. He graduated from Kastamonu University in 2012. After he is successfully done his military duty, he joined to aviation in 2013 as a Ground Operation Executive for Turkish Ground Services. He began his flight training in September 2014. He joined us on October 2017 and he becomes a Flight Instructor and member of our team since June 2018.
Gábor KovatsFlight Instructor
Gábor is a retired commercial pilot who started his career at MALÉV in 1974. First he acted as a propulsion system engineer, later he was a flight engineer and in 1994 he became commercial pilot until his retirement. Aircraft types: IL-18 and TU154 flying as flight engineer, and Boeing 737-200-800 types flying as pilot. Since 2002 he works as PPL instructor. He has flown app. 5000 hours with general aviation.
Tecnam P 2002JF
Tecnam P 2002JF
Tecnam P 2002JF
Airwin Flight School is based at Esztergom Airport at the northern Hungarian border with Slovakia. Our facilities include well-equipped classrooms, hotel accommodation, cafe, and restaurant.
For more information about the hotel accommodation, please click here: http://hotel.grante.hu/en/en-hotel
Please note that we offer reduced prices for enrolled students.
We offer theoretical and practical training. Our instructors speak English and most of them come from the Hungarian Air Force.
Airwin is a Hungarian EASA flight school partly-owned by in-house instructors. This business structure, combined with our unique location at Esztergom Airport and our fleet of efficient Tecnam aircrafts powered by Rotax engines, enable us to provide high quality training at affordable cost.