- 1500 hours of flight time
- 250 hours as Pilot in Command
- 100 hours of night flying as pilot in command or as co-pilot
- 75 hours of instrument time of which no more than 30 hours can be ground instrument time
- 200 hours of cross-country flight time of which at least 100 hours shall be as pilot in command
Pre Entry Requirements
Private Pilot’s License
650 hours of theoretical knowledge will have to be completed for the issue of a frozen ATPL (A). At least 65 of them have to be completed in a class based environment. The subjects to be covered are the following:
|Module 1||Module 2||Module 3||Module 4|
|Meteorology||Flight Planning||Human Performance||Radio Navigation|
|General Navigation||Aircraft General Knowledge||Operational Procedures||Principles of Flight|
|VFR Communications||Air Law||Performance|
|IFR Communications||Instruments||Mass & Balance|
Distance Learning (Self Study):
The distance learning system is based on the student studying the material on his/her own at home. We will provide all the material which s/he will need to study, including an excellent multimedia DVD learning tool.
Prior to sitting for your exams, you will attend consolidation classes with fully qualified ground instructors. These consolidation classes are used to hash out any difficulties that you might have.
Class Based system:
The class based system allows the student to study 50% of the required hours in class with our qualified ground instructors. The classes run based on modules and you can join for any module as you see fit.
- Module 1 starts in October
- Module 2 starts in January
- Module 3 starts in March
- Module 4 starts in June
The course usually takes an average of 9-12 months.
- Courses are subject to final confirmation, changes or discontinuation
- Students must hold a valid JAA/EASA Class 2 Medical Certificate issued by CAD-TM approved Medical Examiner.
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- Uniform is mandatory