ATPL(A)_Modular_Course

53.900 € + FREE ACCOMODATION


ATPL (A) Modular course


Locations

  • Attica, Greece
  • Arta, Greece

The aim of course:

The course is divided in 3 training phases. During the course the student will complete the Private Pilot License (PPL), the ATPL theoretical knowledge course (Distance Learning), the VFR Navigation flights (Hour Building), the Single Engine Instrument Rating (IR/SP/SE), the Multi Engine Piston Class Rating (MEP), the Multi Engine Instrument Rating (IR/SP/ME) and the Commercial Pilot License course (CPL).


Training phases:

Phase 1

During Phase 1 the student will complete the Private Pilot License (PPL) and the first part of the VFR Navigation flights (Hour Building). The Phase 1 theoretical knowledge course comprises of 9 (PPL) subjects with Distance Learning or self study training by Ionian Aviation's approved e-Platform with inter-active video training, slide presentation, progress tests and sample exams. The Phase 1 flight training course comprises of a total of 75 hours on single engine piston airplanes (SEP). Of those 35 hours will be dual instruction and 40 hours as pilot in command (PIC).


Phase 2

At Phase 2, the student will complete the ATPL theoretical knowledge course with Distance Learning and the remaining VFR Navigation flights (Hour Building). The ATPL theoretical knowledge course with Distance Learning comprises of Ionian Aviation's e-Platform, full equipped with ATPL e-books, ATPL Computer Based Training (CBT), approved inter-active video training, slide presentation, progress tests and sample exams. The Phase 2 flight training course comprises of a total of 75 hours on single engine piston airplanes (SEP), 71 hours of them as pilot in command (PIC) including Night Rating course.


Phase 3

The student will complete the Single Engine Instrument Rating (IR/SP/SE), the Multi Engine Piston Class Rating (MEP), the Multi Engine Instrument Rating (IR/SP/ME) and the Commercial Pilot License course (CPL). The Phase 3 flight training course comprises of a total of 76 hours. Of those 25 hours are conducted on single engine piston airplanes (SEP), 13 hours on multi engine piston airplanes (MEP), 38 hours on the FNPT II flight simulator.


What includes:

  • Theoretical training with Distance Learning via e-Platform and 75 hours of classroom and progress tests
  • 226 hours of flight instruction
  • Pilot’s equipment (bag, logbook, maps/charts etc)
  • All required theoretical training materials (Tablet, ATPL e-books, aircraft manuals, check lists etc)
  • Airport landing fees and taxes
  • Free accomodation (if you need)
  • Any transportation to and from the Airport (extra cost)