0-ATPL (A) Integrated is a complete course designed to train the student pilot from zero up to the ATPL frozen and to obtain the CPL/IR/MEP. The course begins with a 10-month residential theoretical training (ATPL Residential Ground School). Under normal circumstances the flying training begins about 1 month after the start of the course. The duration of the course can vary from 12 to 36 months depending on the student’s personal schedule. On average most students complete the course in 16 months.

Pre-Entry Requirements

  • Sufficient knowledge of English Language
  • EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate

The Theoretical Training: The ATPL theoretical knowledge course (ground school) comprises of 14 subjects and includes 800 hrs of classroom training; Bristol GS approved inter-active video training, slide presentation, progress tests and sample exams. The duration of the course is 10 months and commences twice per year, every September and February. The 14 ATPL subjects are:

  • (010) Air Law
  • (021) Aircraft General Knowledge
  • (022) Instruments & Electronics
  • (031) Flight Performance and Planning - Mass and Balance
  • (032) Performance
  • (033) Flight Planning & Monitoring
  • (040) Human Performance & Limitations
  • (050) Meteorology
  • (061) General Navigation
  • (062) Radio Navigation
  • (070) Operational Procedures
  • (081) Principles of Flight
  • (091) VFR Communications
  • (092) IFR Communications

The Flight Training: The flight training course comprises of a total of 205 hrs. Of those, 134 are conducted on single engine piston airplanes (SEP), 11 hrs on multi engine piston airplanes (MEP) and 60 hrs on FNPT II flight simulators, including 20 hrs on an FNPT II MCC flight simulator for the Multi Crew Cooperation Course (MCC). At the end of the course the student pilot will have completed at least 133 dual & 72 pilot in command (PIC) hrs and 85 VFR & 120 IFR hrs. During the first three phases the student will complete visual flight rules (VFR) training and be trained in SEP aircrafts. During phase four the student will complete the instrument flight rules (IFR) and MEP training. During phase five the student will complete the MCC training, whose aim is to become proficient in order to operate safely multi pilot multi engine airplanes under IFR. The student may begin the flight training simultaneously with the theoretical training.

Cost Analysis of the Course

Global Aviation ATPL

Program taught in:
  • English

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This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sep 2020
12 - 36 months
51,235 EUR
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