Course: Airline First Officer Program - Integrated ATPL


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Program Description


Airline First Officer Pilot. Integrated ATPL

The Course is held under European rules AIRCREW allowing participants to obtain a commercial pilot license with Sep, Mep, and the MCC course.

After the completion of the course, you can be chosen for the position of First Officer in any European airline or in countries that adhere to EASA rules.

The course will be taught and held in English throughout its entirety. It has a duration of 14 months and consists of theoretical training, simulator and flight.


Entry Requirements

  • 18 years old at the time of presentation to review.
  • Pass a Class 1 medical
  • Pass the entrance tests.

Entrance tests

Before being accepted, students must pass three tests consisting of:

  • English level test. The test consists of two parts: written and oral comprehension.
  • A mathematics and physics test.
  • Personal interview

Applicants must pass ALL of the entrance tests. Failure to pass ALL THREE (3) of these entrance tests will result in the applicant NOT being admitted into the course.

Lecture phase: information about the courses

  • Air law
  • General knowledge of the aircraft
  • Performance and flight planning
  • Human factors
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation
  • Operational participates
  • Principles of flight
  • Communications

In addition to the entirety of the course being completed in English, all courses include specific English reinforcement classes for those not native of Anglo-Saxon countries, with a specific English course tailored for obtaining the ICAO 4 English Certification. Upon course completion and with exams having been completed successfully, participants will be credited with the appropriate theoretical knowledge of the airline transport pilot position.

The theoretical course lasts 9 months. Once the theoretical course has been completed, and the internal school tests (ECO) passed, the student will be eligible to take the official examinations. Failure to pass the internal examinations (ECO) will be cause for the student to be deemed INELIGIBLE to take the official exams, and therefore, the student must receive additional theoretical instruction.

Flight Phase

  • 86 hours of Single engine
  • 65 hours of Multiengine
  • 45 hours in FNPT II Simulator Mep
  • 20 hours in Simulator FNPT II MCC A320

Total flight hours: 216 hours

Course Cost(Please request)

The full course price includes:

  • Theoretical phase and flight phase
  • Landing Fees
  • School material. An iPad is included with all Jeppesen ATPL books that will be owned by the student
  • Uniform
  • English level 4 ICAO certification

The school also offers possibilities for accommodation and Board in Barcelona next to the ATO in different types of accommodation. Consult directly with the school for possibilities.

It helps graduates students!

Once finished the course and with the corresponding flight license obtained, EAS Barcelona will help the students to take part in the pilot selection carried out by the airlines.

Students may also choose to perform their first qualification of type, and can access the following qualifications offered in ATOS (domestic or foreign):

  • AIRBUS series A319 / A320 / A321 / A330 / A340
  • BOEING series B737 / B757 / B767 / B777 / B747 / B787
  • ATR series ATR42 / ATR72

Last updated Nov 2020

About the School

At EAS Barcelona, we know the importance of always being abreast of technological advancements in aviation. It is for this reason that we always want to have the latest technology and the newest mater ... Read More

At EAS Barcelona, we know the importance of always being abreast of technological advancements in aviation. It is for this reason that we always want to have the latest technology and the newest materials. Our fleet of aircraft is completely new and has been acquired straight from the manufacturer. EAS Barcelona has also opted for the latest cockpit technology used in all modern aircraft of global airlines, with the representation of the flight data on large screens that offer more information and better interpretation of parameters. This is what is called a “Glass Cockpit”. Read less
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