During the Integrated EASA ATPL(A), you will become a Commercial Pilot after 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 a full-time study programme with a fixed schedule conducted in a small group.
You will start with online ATPL Theory from the comfort of your home. Afterwards, you shall come to the school in the Czech Republic to carry out Phases I – VI of the training program. This organisation of training will decrease the costs of the training, providing you with high-quality theoretical training following the current trends, while allowing you to save on the living costs.
After successful completion of EASA Integrated ATPL, you will achieve:
ATPL theoretical knowledge training,
Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Instrument Rating (CPL with MEP/IR),
Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) and Jet Orientation Course (JOC) completion certificate,
Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).
ATPL Theory: 750 hours of theoretical instruction for all 14 ATPL Theory subjects. Passing the EASA ATPL(A) exams successfully is one of the most important steps in becoming a professional pilot.
Phase I: Basic Flight Skills: 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: Initiation to Complex Flying: Develop your skills from the previous Phase with advanced maneuvers and practise cross-country flying.
Phase III: Introduction to Commercial Flying: Practise night flying and get proficiency, experience and confidence in cross-country operations.
Phase IV: Advanced Flight Skills: Get proficient in instrument flying and instrument navigation, including holding patterns, instrument approaches and IFR enroute procedures. Phase IV also builds familiarity with multi-engine operations in VFR and IFR environment.
Phase V: Advanced UPRT: Understand how to cope with the psychological and physiological aspects of dynamic upsets in aeroplanes and develop strategies to mitigate those effects.
Phase VI: MCC and JOC: 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.
COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Theoretical ground lessons lay the foundation for your practical training.
The ground preparation consists of 750 hours of ATPL theory delivered by our professional lecturers. You will complete the majority of your theoretical training online from the comfort of your home prior to starting the practical part of your training, utilizing our effective tools such as state-of-the-art studio, virtual classroom with all classwork, e-learning with all study aids and materials, and even access to testing database. This will ensure your smooth transition to the practical part of the training, as you will already possess necessary knowledge.
Phases I – VI also include Long Briefings that will be conducted on base and focusing on the practical aspects of the training.
You can complete Phases 1, 2 and 3 before finishing ATPL Theory classes. Therefore, if the current situation changes we can adjust the training accordingly.
The practical training is conducted at one of our two bases in the Czech Republic – Prague and Brno.
The Integrated ATPL course is divided in 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 UPRT
- Phase 6 – Multi Crew Cooperation & Jet Orientation Course
At the end of the program, the trainee will have flown: 198 hours, out of which
- 112.5 hours Dual (with FI),
- 116 hours under IFR,
- 20 hours SPIC,
- 50 hours on the simulator,
- 50 hours solo cross-country.
After successful completion of the written exams (ATPL), you will pass the practical skill exam, during which you will demonstrate the ability to:
Operate the airplane within its limitations
Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by the EASA
Exercise good judgment and airmanship
Apply aeronautical knowledge
Maintain control of the airplane at all times
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 Flying Academy test center under Austro Control authority.
The price of the Integrated ATPL training is 82 782 EUR, inclusive of all taxes. This is an all inclusive training payable in 7 installments.
The first installment payable prior to the start of the course is 3 000 EUR.