How to Become an Airline Pilot

ATPL course

ATPL

This pilot course offers a complete integrated approach to pilot training, and includes all the required examinations to be issued with an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

ATPL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Be at least 16 years old when flying solo for the first time at the academy;
  • To be 18 years at the time the pilot license is issued.
  • Hold a Class I Medical certificate (CIMA);
  • Hold an High School degree certificate or equivalent;
  • English, physics and mathematics knowledge;
  • Psycho-technical Test;
  • Oral and Written English exam;
  • Personal interview.

ATPL PROGRAM:

ATPL (A) (INTEGRATED) Hours
Mathematics / Physics 36
Air law and ATC Procedures 69
Aircraft General Knowledge 108
Flight Instruments 48
Flight Planning and Performance 117
Human performance and limitations 63
Meteorology 75
General and radio navigation 156
Operacional Procedures 27
Principles of flight 54
Communications (VFR / IFR) 36
Multi-engine 12
Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) 28
Garmin 1000 12
Operations 30
TOTAL 871

 

DURATION:

  • 14 months (subject to satisfactory results);
  • 158 hours of real flight;
  • 58 hours of simulator flight.