Easa ETPL

Course Overview

The EASA Integrated ATPL Course lasts approximately 12-18 months and is designed for students from zero flying experience up to a frozen ATPL. After graduation the student will have an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) with Multi-Engine (ME) and Instrument Rating (IR). The student would also have attended Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) Course, Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) Course and PBN.

Course Structure

Step 1: Theory

OXFORD AVIATION ATPL TRAINING MANUALS will be utilized by the students. Progress and final tests are included in the 290 hours. In this stage, 4 out of 13 subjects of the ATPL Theory will be covered in detail.

Duration: 290 hours

Step 2: Theory

OXFORD AVIATION ATPL TRAINING MANUALS will be utilized by the students. Progress and final tests are included in the 270 hours. In this stage, 5 out of 13 subjects of the ATPL Theory will be covered in detail.

Duration: 270 hours

Step 3: Theory

The remaining 4 ATPL subjects will be analyzed at this stage. OXFORD AVIATION ATPL TRAINING MANUALS will be utilized by the students. Progress and final tests are included in the 200 hours.

Duration: 200 hours
 

Step 4: Flight Training (First Solo)

  • 15 hours of Flight Training on a P2008JC aircraft.


Step 5:
Flight Training (Solo X-Country)

  • 20 hours of Flight Training on a P2008JC aircraft.


Step 6
:
Flight Training (Navigation progress Test)

  • 45 hours of Flight Training on a P2008JC aircraft.

  • 5 hours Night Rating on a P2008JC aircraft.


Step 7:
UPRT

  • 3 hours on aerobatic a/c

Step 8: Flight Training (IR/ ME)

  • 42 hours Simulator ALX FNPT II.

  • 40 hours Flight Training on PA-28 ARCHER aircraft.

  • 15 hours Flight Training on DA 42 aircraft.

Step 9: MCC Training

  • 16 hours of Flying time on a Simulator ALX FNPT II and 25 hours of Theory.

Step 10: Skill Test

  • 2.5 hours Skill Test on DA 42 aircraft.

 

Course duration: 12-18 months

After graduation the student will obtain a commercial pilot licence CPL/ME/IR, MCC, PBN, UPRT completion certificate with the total amount of flying hours:

single engine

multi engine

simulator

128

15

58

Total actual aircraft: 143

Total sim: 58

Total flying hours: 201.0 + 2.5 (Skill Test)

Requirements before start:  

  • Minimum age of 17 years old

  • High School Degree or Equivalent

  • Sufficient Knowledge of English

  • Ability to pass Aviation Medical Class 1 Exams** 

          *Aviation English Language Proficiency is arranged by Skies Aviation Academy during study period
    **Aviation Medical Examination is one day process and can be taken at our base with EASA aviation medical doctor

 

 

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