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ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge modular course

The holder of an Air Transport Pilot’s Licence can exercise all the privileges of the holder of a Private Pilot’s Licence, Commercial Pilot’s License and an Instrument Rating, as well as act as pilot in command and co-pilot of aeroplanes engaged in passenger and cargo air transport services.

The official bibliography and syllabus are used to carry out the ground school phase of the Air Transport Pilot’s Course.

 

Requirements:

 - Hold a Private Pilot’s or Commercial Pilot’s Licence for aeroplanes.

 - Level of educational requirements: Secondary School or equivalent, or passing an entry exam at ATO.

 

Course Programme:

Holders of

PPL

CPL (PPL+IR)

CPL+IR

Air Law

50 hours

40 hours

20 hours

Communication (VFR/IFR)

40 hours

20 hours

20 hours

Operational Procedures

30 hours

20 hours

10 hours

Mass and balance

20 hours

20 hours

10 hours

Instrumentation

40 hours

30 hours

20 hours

Meteorology

80 hours

60 hours

20 hours

Aircraft General Knowledge

70 hours

50 hours

30 hours

Flight planning

40 hours

20 hours

20 hours

Performance

30 hours

20 hours

20 hours

General Navigation

80 hours

50 hours

40 hours

Radio navigation

80 hours

60 hours

50 hours

Human Performance and Limitations

50 hours

30 hours

20 hours

Principles of Flight

40 hours

30 hours

20 hours

Total

650 hours

450 hours

300 hours

Ground school weeks (aprox.)

32

24

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  -    Classes from Monday to Friday will be held at ATO in Paluknys

 

Exams:

At the CAA under the supervision of the inspector assigned by the Civil Aviation  Authority.

 

Note: Students, while learning ATPL(A) theory, also do Hour Building – flying 110 hours / 100 Euro per hour.

 

AEROPLANE - AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE MODULAR COURSE - PRICE

 This course follows the EASA PART-FCL syllabus

 

Pre-entry requirements:

Hold a PPL(A) or CPL(A).

Level of educational requirements: Secondary School or equivalent, or passing an entry exam at ATO.