ATPL

EFG and Falcon will shortly be offering PPL & ATPL Ground School via our partner BSA.

 

British School of Aviation operates the Padpilot program designed to cater for modular distance learning or full-time study.

 

To become an airline pilot, or any type of commercial pilot, trainee pilots must pass the theoretical knowledge exams for a Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) or Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL). This classroom phase of pilot training is known as ‘ATPL theory’, or ‘ATPL ground school’.

 

This theory is the academic foundation of your career, so it’s essential to understand it. Airlines recruit pilots whom they believe will fit into their organisation well and will easily complete all phases of training. They look for pilots who can demonstrate an intelligent approach to flight operations and have the depth of knowledge needed to navigate unexpected challenges.

 

Please contact ATPL@falcon.aero for more information.

EFG and Falcon will shortly be offering PPL & ATPL Ground School via our partner BSA.

 

British School of Aviation operates the Padpilot program designed to cater for modular distance learning.

 

To become an airline pilot, or any type of commercial pilot, trainee pilots must pass the theoretical knowledge exams for a Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) or Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL). This classroom phase of pilot training is known as ‘ATPL theory’, or ‘ATPL ground school’.

 

This theory is the academic foundation of your career, so it’s essential to understand it. Airlines recruit pilots whom they believe will fit it to their organisation well and will easily complete all phases of training. They look for pilots who can demonstrate an intelligent approach to flight operations and have the depth of knowledge needed to navigate unexpected challenges.

 

Contact info@bsa.world for more information

Pre-Entry Requirements

Current PPL with Night Qualification

 

150 hours total flying time (200 required for licence issue, including hours on CPL course)

 

100 of the above hours have to be solo or as pilot in command

 

A pass in all 14 ATPL examinations or CPL specific theory examinations

 

Current Class 1 Medical

 

18 years of age

 

Pre-acceptance flight test

Course Duration

Approx 4-6 weeks full-time, subject to weather and other factors

 

25 hours flying as a minimum; plus flight test

Theory Syllabus

Theory is covered as part of the ATPL Theory Course. All subjects have to be passed before CPL training can commence

 

The CPL has to be obtained within 36 months from passing all theory examinations

 

While we do not currently have the approvals for ATPL theory, we would be more than happy to recommend another training provider for you

Flight Training Syllabus

25 Hours Dual Instruction comprising of:

 

Initial training: General handling and navigation to CPL standard

 

Basic Instrument Flying: Flying with sole reference to instruments

 

 “Complex” Aircraft Familiarisation: Conversion training, general handling, navigation and instrument flight in an aircraft with retractable undercarriage and a variable pitch propeller

 

The course finishes with consolidation and a flight test with a CAA approved examiner

Please email atpl@falcon.aero for more information .

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EFG students say…

“Gaining my PPL is my greatest achievement and was made even more special by learning at such a great and well run flight school. This stems from the quality of the aircraft on offer and the high level of instructing experienced throughout my training. I would thoroughly recommend EFG flight school.”
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