The entire ATPL Modular training consists of the following Modules:

* PPL

This is the initial training from zero on.

The first part will be the PPL theory. That consists of 9 theoretical subjects and the flight training.

Having passed the 9 written exams and the final skill test after the flight training, you will be issued with a PPL.

* ATPL theory

This can be done with our residential training program in our academy (web based distance learning program)

*Time Building

Parallel to your ATPL studies we recommend completing the time building.

Time building is to get experience as a Pilot in Command (PIC). You will need:

  • 50 hrs cross country PIC experience to start the IR‐ Training
  • 70 hrs PIC to start the Multi‐Engine Training
  • 100 hrs PIC to start the CPL training

We are offering packages of 25 and 50 hrs for our students with special conditions, including accommodation and transport.

Night Rating (VFR): we can do parallel to your theory training or also on the end of the PPL training. “ME Training VFR” will enable you to fly “ME Aircraft” under visual conditions

* IR (Instrumental Rating): This will be the first part of the advanced flight training, when you have finished the ATPL theory. This will enable you to fly single engine piston (SEP) aircraft under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC).

* ME- IR (Multi Engine Instrument Rating): In this part we will combine the IR experience and the ME flying to make you ready to fly “ME Aircraft” in IMC conditions.

* CPL (Commercial Pilot Training): The last part of the entire training will be the CPL training. This consists of a precise general training flying aircraft as SEP and complex aircraft.

When you have finished the CPL training, you have done all and you will receive a CPL-ME-IR license with a frozen ATPL same as the ATPL integrated.

All those IR Modular courses have simulator sessions.