Airline Pilot Training
ATPL (A) Integrated Training Program
Why Should I Get My ATPL license?
The Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Course (ATPL) is the most common route for becoming a professional pilot. It is designed to train pilots with little or no experience up to a standard that enables then to carry out commercial air transport. Throughout the course, the pilot will become proficient on single and multi-engine aircraft in instrument meteorological conditions and ready to fly multi-pilot operations.
A complete, adapted, economical, simple and effective training.
The entire internship takes place over an average period of 18 months (holidays included). It is broken down into 2 fundamental parts, theory (theoretical ATPL) and practice (Learning to pilot – Improvement and Maturation – CPL-IRSE / IRME-MCC). The number of hours of training is optimized and oriented towards the skills that a young pilot new to the company must have. It takes place according to different stages that we will present to you as clearly as possible.
PATH TO SUCCCESS
About the license
On course completion, the pilot will hold an ICAO/DACM Frozen
Airline Transport Pilot License (Frozen ATPL).
The following admission requirements refer to candidates applying for SKY TRAINING AVIATION integrated ATPL-A course
Steps to get an ATPL-A Frozen
1-Theoretical knowledge training
Learn everything about ATPL related theory in 14 subjects
Duration: 24 Months
Theoretical Components: 850 hours
2-Single Engine Flight Training
Learn how to fly solo in a single-engine piston aircraft
Flight Training :150 H
- Tecnam P2002 JF
- Tecnam P2008 JC
- Zlín Z-142
- Zlín Z-143
3- Instrument Rating Training
Learn how to fly using instruments in Flight Simulator B200GT FNPT II
Flight Training : 35 Hours
4- Multi engine Flight Training
Learn how to fly solo in a multi-engine piston aircraft
Flight Training : 20 H
Aircraft: Tecnam P2006 T
5- Airline Pilot Standards Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC)
- Learn how to fly as a member of a professional airline cockpit crew.
- Obtain your Airline Pilot standards Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC).
- Classroom and Flight Simulator Training.
- Approximately 25 hours theory
- Approximately 20 hours practice.
How does it work?
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