ATPL Integrated. EASA Approved. Commercial Pilot Training Course.

Introduction

ATPL Integrated. Commercial Pilot Training course - CPL/ME/IR  + MCC on license (ATPL Frozen)

The ATPL (A) Integrated Deluxe Course is a program designed exclusively by active pilots of world-wide airlines, members of evaluation and pilot selection committees, as well as airline pilot instructors and evaluators. This course is the most prestigious training course for obtaining a professional pilot’s license, as it is a complete training package structured in such a way as to best serve exclusively this exact purpose. The course is aimed mainly at candidates with zero experience, new entrants in the field of aviation, who have set a goal to occupy a position in the cockpit of a large commercial aircraft in a short period of time, with a guaranteed career and development as airline pilots. The ATPL (A) Integrated course, is designed to meet the modern requirements set by the airlines being the most recognized training program that they prefer for their candidate pilots. This program, which is constantly adapting to the ever-changing requirements of the aviation profession, is short, comprehensive, efficient, and with the best cost - performance ratio.

Course Price

€64,900.00

Enrollment Requirements

Prerequisites for the registration of those interested and wish to study at the Aviation Training Organization FAS PILOT ACADEMY are:

  • To have completed the 18th year of their age.
  • Be fluent in English at least intermediate level.
  • Be a graduate of at least high school or other equivalent school, national or international. According to the law, candidates will be required to prove their level of knowledge in Physics, Mathematics and English in internal examinations at the Organization.
  • To be holders of Medical Certificate Class 1 by a recognized body of the European Union.
  • Non-EU citizens: VISA Type D (student Permit) required for non European citizens. What is this?

Includes

  • All registration procedures in the organization
  • Continuous support during theoretical and flight training
  • Continuous monitoring and evaluation of the provided training
  • Exclusive training consultant for resolving any training issues
  • At least 750 hours of Theoretical Ground School Training within an interactive, contemporary and fully organized theoretical knowledge school for the 13 required subjects
  • Training – Assessment in AREA 100 KSA according to the requirements of EASA upon completion of theoretical training, lasting 100 hours in addition to the above
  • 246-hour flight training, of which 152 on airplanes and 94 on the organization's privately owned simulator, the ALSIM ALX
  • Regular oral and / or written examinations - evaluations of theoretical knowledge within the Organization
  • English language proficiency assessment and certification according to ICAO-EASA requirements
  • Practical flight examination to obtain the commercial pilot’s license
  • HCAA fees for theoretical and practical examinations as well as for the issuance of the license. First attempt only

Duration

Minimum

14

Months

Maximum

36

Months

Average

16

Months


The total duration of the course for an average trainee, guaranteed by the organization, is 16 months, of which:

  • 6 months for the Theoretical Ground School
  • 4 months for reviews – completion of theoretical exams
  • 6 months for the flight training and final examination

In addition to the above, for trainees with previous experience or excellent performance, the duration of the entire training can be reduced to 14 months with the appropriate combination of theoretical, flight training and examinations at the same time.

Also, for trainees with less time available the total duration of the training can be extended from 18 to 36 months with the theoretical training lasting 6 months and the flight training taking up the rest of the time, including the final exams, depending on availability and the consistency of attendance the candidate can keep.

Training Locations

  • Attica / Megara
  • Attica / Markopoulo

The climate of our facilities in Greece ensures perfect weather conditions and immediate flight training without any weather related delays!

Course Analysis Advanced ATPL Integrated. EASA Approved. Commercial Pilot Training Course.

Theoretical Training

The Theoretical Knowledge Ground School includes 13 subjects which are defined by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and cover the minimum knowledge needed by a professional airline pilot. In addition to these, it includes an additional 14th subject, named AREA 100 KSA, which facilitates the evaluation of the trainees regarding the degree of assimilation of the provided theoretical education.

The duration of the Theoretical Ground School is 6 months and covers 750 hours of classroom instruction by experienced and renowned specialized theoretical instructors. Also in case of unavailability, the trainees are given the opportunity to attend part of the theoretical school online.

The school follows a circular program of theoretical studies, giving to those interested the flexibility to start their training whenever they wish. The theoretical cycle takes place twice a year, with the first semester usually beginning in October and the second in April.

The trainee has the opportunity to start his theoretical training whenever he/she wishes, since in a period of six months he/she will have the opportunity to complete the theoretical course covering all three modules according to the following table:

WINTER SEMESTER

MODULE A: OCTOBER TO NOVEMBER
  • A1 - AIR LAW
  • A2 - OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
  • A3 - VFR AND IF COMMUNICATIONS
  • A4 - PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
MODULE B : DECEMBER TO JANUARY
  • B1a - AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE - AIRFRAME AND SYST
  • B1b - OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
  • B1c - AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE – ELECTRICS
  • B2a - BASIC INSTRUMENTS
  • B2b - ADVANCED INSTRUMENTS
  • B3 - AEROPLANE PERFORMANCE
  • B4 -MASS AND BALANCE
MODULE C: FEBRUARY TO MARCH
  • C1 - GENERAL NAVIGATION
  • C2 - RADIO NAVIGATION
  • C3 - FLIGHT PLANNING AND MONITORING
  • C4 - METEOROLOGY
  • C5 - HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND LIMITATION
  • C100 - AREA 100 KSA

SUMMER SEMESTER

MODULE A: APRIL TO MAY
  • A1 - AIR LAW
  • A2 - OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
  • A3 - VFR AND IF COMMUNICATIONS
  • A4 - PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
MODULE B : JUNE TO JULY
  • B1a - AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE - AIRFRAME AND SYST
  • B1b - OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
  • B1c - AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE – ELECTRICS
  • B2a - BASIC INSTRUMENTS
  • B2b - ADVANCED INSTRUMENTS
  • B3 - AEROPLANE PERFORMANCE
  • B4 -MASS AND BALANCE
MODULE C: AUGUST TO SEPTEMBER
  • C1 - GENERAL NAVIGATION
  • C2 - RADIO NAVIGATION
  • C3 - FLIGHT PLANNING AND MONITORING
  • C4 - METEOROLOGY
  • C5 - HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND LIMITATION
  • C100 - AREA 100 KSA

In case of inability of the trainee to attend the whole theoretical ground school, the academy gives him the option to join another semester or educational period (module) or to attend individual subjects free of charge, upon agreement from the beginning of the registration, or with an additional cost further training can be provided or even repeat the course.

During the lessons and also after the completion of the theoretical school, internal examinations are carried out following the educational system of PAD PILOT and AVIATION EXAM. In addition, evaluations and practical trainings are carried out for the better assimilation of the curriculum, as well as a final evaluation of the trainees for the issuance of the certificate of successful completion of the theoretical training.

Area 100 KSA
During the ground school and before the issuance of the theoretical completion certificate, final evaluations assessments of 100 hours in Area 100 KSA are carried out separately in the following way:

In the context of theoretical knowledge instruction for professional pilot licences, and according to KSA provisions, for the learning objectives (LOs) in topics 100 02 and 100 03 of Area 100 KSA, trainees will go through at least one formative assessment and two summative assessments. They will also be tested in at least one KSA mental maths test.

The summative assessments and the KSA mental maths test will be documented in the student’s training records, while both the summative and the formative assessment(s) will be debriefed. The mental math test must be satisfactorily completed before the student is recommended for their first attempt to take their final theoretical knowledge examination paper at CAA.

Aviation English Test (ELP)
The English Language Proficiency test has been developed to assess the English language proficiency in the specific abilities of speaking and understanding, according to the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Language Proficiency Rating Scale and the holistic and linguistic descriptors and the requirements set by EASA. FAS Pilot Academy has been an approved English Language Assessment Body for more than 10 years.

Flight Training

The flight training is divided into 7 phases, covering 246 hours on SOCATA TB9, SOCATA TB10, CESSNA 172, PIPER SENECA II and ALSIM ALX FNPT II simulator aircraft as follows:

  • PRE SOLO
  • NAVIGATION
  • SOLO FLIGHT
  • INSTRUMENT FLIGHTS
  • UPRT
  • MULTI ENGINE
  • JOC and APS MCC

In each phase, assessments and examinations are carried out in order to better evaluate the student's educational progress. The purpose is to improve the approach of the learner and provide more effective training, adapted to the performance and characteristics of each student.

Given the fact that each phase of training requires properly qualified and experienced instructors, FAS Pilot Academy flight instructors largely meet the requirements of the Legislation as they come from all parts of aviation such as Hellenic Air force Academy, Commercial Airlines and General Aviation. The experienced instructors of the School are always willing and are characterized for their communicable skills in the field of professional pilot training.

The daily monitoring of the student's training flow and progress during the course, give the maximum improvement to his performance.

Planes that are suitable for every phase and equipped as required provide the best quality training, making the most of the knowledge, means and human resources! In more detail:

  • Initial Phase – SOCATA TB9
  • IFR / SPICUS – TB9, TB10, SIMULATOR ALX
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE / MEP – SENECA II
  • UPRT – CESSNA 172
  • MCC/ JOC JOC/ APS MCC - SIMULATOR ALX JET GENERIC
  • PBN - SIMULATOR ALX

More specifically, flight training as well as training in the simulator include:

  • 137 hours on SEP
  • 27 hours DUAL TB-9
  • 70 hours SOLO TB9 TAMPICO
  • 40 hours SPICUS TB-10
  • 20 hours in FNPT II for exercise for specific tasks such as Traffic Pattern – Emergencies – X-C, in order to improve students’ performances
  • 15 hours SEP
  • 05 Hours MEP
  • 03 hours on SEP for UPRT on CESSNA 172
  • 40 hours IFR in FNPT II ALSIM ALX
  • 12 hours on MEP (PA34-200 SENECA II)
  • 04 hours for Performance Based Navigation Course in FNPT II ALSIM ALX
  • 15 hours for Jet Orientation Course (JOC) on JET GENERIC–FNPT II ALSIM ALX
  • 15 hours for Enhanced Multi Crew Cooperation Course (APS MCC) on JET GENERIC–FNPT II ALSIM ALX

See Our fleet

See ALSIM ALX Simulator

Books

The training organization FAS PILOT ACADEMY has been collaborating for 5 years with the most up to date companies for the preparation of aviation syllabus and evaluation programs of the theoretical training, Padpilot and Aviation Exam. Their materials and training systems are included in the program and are provided to all students. The package also includes e-books in interactive format via I-Pad, which is also provided by the School.

  • MEP A/C Pilot’s Information Manual
  • SEP A/C Pilot’s Information Manual
  • Complete Training Manual Package of Padpilot https://padpilot.eu
  • Other ATPL books and study means
  • AviationExam 12 months subscription https://www.aviationexam.com
  • JOC & APS MCC Training Manual
Student Kit

The students of the School are provided with the best quality supplies - means of education for the purpose of consistency and the best organization of the educational activity, but also the education of the student in an air transport environment, as follows:

  • Apple I-Pad
  • Folding Kneeboard
  • EASA PART/FCL Pilot’s Log Book
  • Navigation Plotter
  • Required charts for training
  • Jeppesen Airway manual botland for training
  • Student Pilot Bag (PILOT CASE)
  • Complete Uniform (2sets) and one flight jacket (shirts, trousers, belt, shoes, tie, epaulets, wings, flight jacket)

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Examination Fees & Flight Skill Test

The flight examination for obtaining a professional pilot license for all the ratings included in this course, is carried out by renowned air examiners, who through their aviation knowledge, experience and skills, ensure the most accurate and objective evaluation of the candidate as a professional pilot. The final exam includes:

  • 02:30 hours on SEP για το CPL & CPL/IR on SEP CLASS RATING
  • 02:30 hours on MEP για το CPL & CPL/IR on ME CLASS RATING
  • 01:00 hour on FNPT for PBN
  • Examiners fees
  • HCAA fees

The cost for the first attempt only is included in the course price.

Examination Cost

Included for first attempt

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