Integrated ATPL Course

LINE PILOT

Integrated ATPL Course (LINE PILOT)

It is the ideal solution for those who aim to become an Airline Pilot and have the most beautiful view of the world from their office. The full time course is aimed at both those who have no flight experience and start from scratch, and for private pilot license holders who can benefit from a discount on flight hours.

Purpose
The goal of an integrated ATP course is to train the "ab-initio" pilot to operate as a co-pilot on multi-engine and multi-pilot aircraft in commercial air transport operations and to obtain the CPL / IR license.

Admission Requirements
Minimum age: 18 years
Good knowledge of math and physics
Good knowledge of the English language
1st class medical certificate issued by a law school (see IML Information)

Structure
Theory
750 lessons of which:
  550 hours in class
  200 hours of briefing, long briefing, transition courses and MCC course.

Class lessons include the following subjects:
  Aeronautical Regulatory
  Aircraft notions
  Performance
  Flight planning
  Aeronautics Medicine and Psychology
  Meteorology
  Navigation
  Operating Procedures
  Communications
  Principles of flight
Practice
The course envisages an in-flight training of 210 hours total, including 80 in VFR (Flight Rules), 100 IFRs (instrument flight rules) including 40 hours on the simulator and 15 hours on two-engine aircraft, and 30 (15 such as "Pilot flying" and 15 as "Pilot monitoring") MCC (flight crewing with multiple crews) performed at the simulator.

Duration
The course lasts for a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 36 months.

Credits
The holder of a PPL license may recognize 50% of the flight hours completed before the start of the course, up to a maximum of 40 hours (or 45 if the candidate has a night flight permit).


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