Airline Transport Pilot Licence ATPL(A) Modular

 

Total hours

Objective of the course:

The purpose of this course is to train the pilot student to the level of theoretical knowledge necessary for passing the ATPL exam (A).

Admission pre-requisites:

The applicant must be in possession of the PPL Private Pilot License (A)
The applicant must be in possession of the 1st class medical qualification

Requirements:

Good knowledge of the English language
Good knowledge of math and physics

The knowledge of linguistic and technical subjects is aimed at full understanding and correct learning of all the topics covered during the theoretical training course.

Structure of the DL (Distance Learning) course:

650 total hours divided into 2 modules:
Module 1 of 255 hours DL + 70 hours of classroom lessons
Module 2 of 255 hours DL + 70 hours of classroom lessons

Classroom lessons are carried out by qualified teachers with enormous experience in the aeronautical sector, in these lessons reviews are carried out on the subjects previously studied through the DL platform, at the end of each review end-of-subject tests are carried out to present themselves at the final exam.
For teaching the subjects of the ATPL (A) DL course, the school uses the Bristol platform with many years of experience in the Distance Learning sector with which it has been collaborating for years.

The subjects covered during the course are:

1.Air law
2.Aircraft general knowledge, systems and airframes
3.Instrumentation
4.Mass and balance
5.Performance
6.Flight planning and monitoring
7.Human performance and limitation
8.Meteorology
9.General navigation
10.Radio-navigation
11.Operational procedures
12.Principles of flight
13.VFR communications
14.IFR communications

*The above information is purely indicative and in no way replaces the current regulation