AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT LICENCE
• Minimum age - 18 years
• Part-MED Class 1 medical certificate
• Secondary school
• Proof of English knowledge equivalent to CEFR B2
Holders of a valid PPL(A) or PPL(H) licence issued in accordance with Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention may be credited with a maximum of 40 hours of flight time.
Airwin's Air Transport Pilot training program is an integrated course where students obtain an EASA Commercial Pilot licence with an instrument rating and ATPL(A) theory credit.
The integrated ATPL(A) training programme comprises 6 phases divided into theory and practice.
Theory: Air Law, Operational Procedures, Human Performance and Limitations, Meteorology, Aviation English
Practical: 18 hours of dual instruction, 2.5 hours of solo flight
Theory: Aircraft General Knowledge – Airframe, systems; Powerplant; Electrics and Electronics; Instrumentation
Practical: 10 hours of dual instruction, 11 hours of solo flight
Theory: General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Communications
Practical: 6 hours of dual instruction, 40 hours of solo flight
Theory: Principles of Flight, Mass and Balance, Performance, Flight Planning and Monitoring
Practical: 10 hours dual instruction, 40 hours solo flight, 40 hours simulator
Theory: Crew Resource Management (CRM), Advanced UPRT Theory
Practical: 3 hours of dual instruction
Theory: MCC Theory
Practical: 40 hours simulator (only 15 hours credited for the completion of the training program)