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Airplane ATP Integrated

Airplane ATP Integrated

General Courses


The ATP Integrated course, designed according to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) standards, is a complete training programme, structured in a way to accouter each trainee pilot with the appropriate technical and intellectual skills, in order to meet the numerous requirements, set by the leading airlines in their future career.

The fundamental aim of the course is to guide the candidates with no-previous experience in the aviation field, through the process of obtaining their ATPL or Airline Transportation Pilot License frozen, the highest level of airline pilot certification.

Upon completion of his commercial pilot training, the student pilot will be issued a ‘frozen ATPL’ , which enables him to apply for jobs as a First Officer, having of course first completed a type rating.

Consequently, to ‘unfreeze’ the ATPL, the pilot will be needed to fulfil 1,500 flying hours in an airline.

Theoretical training stage

The Theoretical knowledge training stage of the ATP Integrated course, includes approximately 750 hours of classroom instruction (ground school), provided by highly knowledgeable, experienced and well-trained instructors. The classroom training consists of interactive training content, such as frequent quizzes and test assessments, slide presentation, progress tests and exam’s simulations.

The lessons are being conducted 5 out of 7 days a week(not necessarily week days) and the duration is around 6 hours per day.

The theoretical part of the course is sectioned into 13 lessons, defined by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) as presented below:

  • Air Law
  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Instruments & Electronics
  • Flight Performance and Planning -Mass and Balance
  • Performance
  • Flight Planning & Monitoring
  • Human Performance & Limitations
  • Meteorology
  • General Navigation
  • Radio Navigation
  • Operational Procedures
  • Principles of Flight
  • Communications

Flight training stage

The Flight training stage of the ATP Integrated course, is divided in 6 phases and comprises a total of 204 hours including skill test hours, with an average duration of 16 months.

Phase 1 is dedicated to provide a strong foundation, aiming to guide the student into his first solo flight. During this stage basic maneuvers are introduced, practiced and reviewed.

During Phase 2 every skill developed in phase one is being perfected and advanced, while the student is offered an introduction in Navigation.

In Phase 3 the student-pilot is being initiated to commercial flying, upgrading his flight experience in Navigation as a Pilot in Command (PIC).

In Phase 4 the student will be grounded in the basics of attitude instrument flight and instrument navigation through basic and advanced multi-engine procedures, operating under IFR, including PBN and Night qualification.

Phase 5 focuses on qualify the student pilots with all the required competencies to prevent and recover from airplane upsets, through the A-UPRT course.

Phase 6 is designed for the Multi-Crew Cooperation training between the flight crew.

The Flight training is conducted in:

  • Single Engine Piston (SEP) – Cessna 152/172
  • Multi Engine Piston (MEP) – Tecnam P2006T & Piper Seneca III
  • Flight Simulator – FNPT II
Training course Training hours Duration
ATP Classroom 750 hrs 7 – 8 months
Phase 1 16.5 hrs SEP 1 – 2 months
Phase 2 22.5 hrs SEP 1 month
Phase 3 41 hrs SEP 2 months
Phase 4 (IR/PBN-MEP) 40 hrs FNPT II
51 hrs SEP
11 hrs MEP
2 – 3 months
Phase 5 (AUPRT) 3 hrs SEP 1 week
Phase 6 (MCC) 15 hrs FNPT II 2 weeks
Skill Test MEP/IR
➔ Skill Test PBN
3 hrs MEP
1 hr FNPT II
1-2 days
EASA CPL/ME/IR with ATPL Theory credit 204 hrs 14 – 17 months
Training course Cost Duration
ATP Classroom
14.000€ 7-8 months
Phase 1
Phase 2
13.000€ 2-3 months
Phase 3 13.000€ 2 months
Phase 4 (0-50hrs) 13.000€ 1 month
Phase 4 (50hrs-completion)
Phase 5
Phase 6
Skill Tests
14.000€ 2-3 months
EASA CPL/ME/IR with ATPL Theory credit 67.000€ 14-17 months