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Integrated ATPL with remote ground training

Overview Of the Integrated ATPL (A) Course

During the Integrated EASA ATPL(A), you will become a Commercial Pilot in 14 months of intensive preparation, from no flight experience to holding an EASA Multi-Engine, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License with ATPL frozen, including Multi Crew Cooperation and Jet Orientation Course. The Integrated EASA ATPL is full-time study programmer with a fixed schedule conducted in a small group. Privileges of the obtained license are to act as a pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) on aircraft engaged in commercial air transportation.

Integrated ATPL (A) Flight Training

The Integrated ATPL course is divided into 5 phases of training:

  • Phase 1 _ Developing Basic Flight Skills
  • Phase 2 _ Initiation to complex flying
  • Phase 3 – Introduction to Commercial flying
  • Phase 4 – Advanced flight skills
  • Phase 5 – Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) 
  • Phase 6 – Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC)

At the end of the program, the trainee will have flown: 205 hours out of which 109.5 hours Dual (with FI), 116 hours under IFR, 20 hours SPIC, 50 hours on the simulator, 50 hours solo cross-country.

Integrated ATPL (A) Ground Training

The ground preparation consists of 750 hours of theory delivered by our professional lecturers. During the training, you will have to pass 14 ATPL theory exams to prove a sufficient level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of an ATPL(A) in accordance with the EASA Part FCL requirements. The exams will be conducted at the Civil Aviation Authority and will be scheduled by Flying Academy.

Course Curriculum

Phase I
Get the strong foundation prior to the first solo flight. Develop the knowledge, skills and habit patterns needed for a solo flight, including the basic maneuvers, airport operations, emergency procedures and ground reference maneuvers.
Phase II
Develop your skills from the previous Phase with advanced maneuvers and practice cross-country flying.
Phase III
Practice night flying and get proficiency, experience and confidence in cross-country operations
Phase IV
During this stage you will also complete your theoretical preparation for ATPL exams - 350 hours and pass the rest of the exams at the Civil Aviation Authority.
Phase V
Understand how to cope with the psychological and physiological aspects of dynamic upsets in airplanes and develop strategies to mitigate those effects
Phase VI
Get familiar with processes and procedures in a multi-pilot cockpit during MCC and also get jet handling experience with JOC. MCC and JOC will make you feel more comfortable in the airliner cockpit and therefore give you a competitive advantage for an airline assessment.
Basic flight skills
Initiation to complex flying
Introduction to commercial flying
Advanced flight skills
Advanced UPRT
MCC & JOC training

Requirements

18 Years old minimum

The pilot must be at least 18 years of age to be able to get a Commercial Pilot License.

Hold class 1 medical certificate

You need to be physically fit for commercial flying (capable of holding EASA Pilot Medical Certificate Class 1)

To be proficient in the English language, Math, and Physics.

You need to be able to read, write, understand and speak English fluently and have basic Math & Physics knowledge.

Why Choose Flying Academy

Access Innovative Learning Management System

Broad International Community

Top of the Line Fleet

Experienced & Talented instructors

Located in the Heart of Europe

State of the Art Virtual Classrooms

Complete ground training from the comfort of your home

Interactive Coursework, Stage Checks, and Monitored Progress

Dedicated flight training consultant & customer support

Locations

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Bad Vöslau, Vienna
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Prague, Czech Republic
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Brno East, Czech Republic

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