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ATPL (A) Theory

Airline Transport Pilot's Licence Theory

ATPL (A) Theory

The aim of the ATPL (A) theoretical knowledge full time course is to build student knowledge and understanding of the ATPL subjects while covering the knowledge required for the ATPL(A) in accordance with AMC1 FCL.310; FCL.515 (b); FCL.615 (b).

ATPL Theory

The educational aim of the ATPL(A) course is to:
  • Equip the student with all the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for a career as a professional pilot.
  • Develop in the student a deep understanding of the principles of threat and error management (TEM).
  • Develop in the student and deep understanding of the connection between various elements of theoretical knowledge and the practical aviation situations which s/he may experience.
  • Achieve the required standard to pass the EASA theoretical knowledge exams to a high standard.

Limited Time Offer!

ATPL Distance Learning Course

€2800

Time Left

 Pre-Entry Requirements

Minimum 17 Years

Applicants for ATPL (A) Theory shall be at least 17 years old.

Holder ICAO PPL
Applicants for ATPL (A) shall hold a valid PPL (A) issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1.
English Language
Applicants are expected to have a proficient level of ability to communicate effectively in English.
Maths & Physics
A solid foundation in Mathematics and Physics is essential for grasping the course content effectively.

Theoretical Knowledge

The ATPL course includes 13 Subjects and is based on 3 modules of distance learning and classroom instruction. The complete distance learning course requires minimum 650 hours of study including KSA Assessments (subject to credits) plus further hours for maths and Physics.

ATPL Distance Learning Course includes 65 hours of Instructor Led Training.

Module 1

Principles of Flight

Air Law

Meteorology

Human Performance and Limitations

Communications

Module 2

General Navigation

Radio Navigation

Flight Planning and Monitoring

Operational Procedures

Module 3

Aircraft General Knowledge

Instrumentation

Performance

Mass and Balance

Revision Course

Secure your spot today by booking through our eLearning platform or via email at operations@royalfly.eu. Don't miss this opportunity to brush up on your theory and excel in your exams!

1st Module

18-20 March 2024

17-19 June 2024

23-25 September 2024

2nd Module

22-25 April 2024

22-25 July 2024

28-31 October 2024

3rd Module

27-30 May 2024

19-22 August 2024

25-28 November 2024

Credits

Part-FCL, Appendix 3, Part B allows the following reductions in theoretical knowledge training hours:
  • CPL (A) / IR holder a reduction of 400 hours (minimum 250 Hours)
  • CPL (A) holder a reduction of 250 hours (minimum 400 hours)
  • IR holder a reduction of 150 hours (minimum 500 hours)
Any available credits for previous qualifications will be at the discretion of the CTKI and should be agreed with the DCA. Whilst the duration of the course is shortened, students must achieve a satisfactory standard in the progress tests and school exams to be eligible to enter the exam system.

CPL Credits
Applicants for the issue of a CPL holding a CPL in another category of aircraft shall have received theoretical knowledge bridge instruction at an ATO on an approved course according to the differences identified between the CPL syllabi for different aircraft categories. Applicants shall pass theoretical knowledge examinations as defined in this Annex (Part-FCL) for the following subjects in the appropriate aircraft category:
  • 021 - Aircraft general knowledge: airframe and systems, electrics, power plant and emergency equipment
  • 022 - Aircraft general knowledge: instrumentation
  • 032/034 - Performance aeroplanes or helicopters, as applicable
  • 070 - Operational procedures
  • 080 - Principles of flight
Applicants for the issue of a CPL having passed the relevant theoretical knowledge examinations for an IR in the same category of aircraft are credited towards the theoretical knowledge requirements in human performance and meteorology unless they have completed the IR training course in accordance with Appendix 6, Section Aa, to this Annex (Part-FCL). Applicants for a CPL having passed the relevant theoretical knowledge examinations for an IR or EIR in the same category of aircraft are credited towards the theoretical knowledge requirements in the communications subject.

ATPL Credits
Applicants for the issue of an ATPL holding an ATPL in another category of aircraft shall have received theoretical knowledge bridge instruction at an ATO on an approved course according to the differences identified between the ATPL syllabi for different aircraft categories. Applicants shall pass theoretical knowledge examinations as defined in this Annex (Part-FCL) for the following subjects in the appropriate aircraft category:
  • 021 - Aircraft general knowledge: airframe and systems, electrics, power plant and emergency equipment
  • 022 - Aircraft general knowledge: instrumentation
  • 032/034 - Performance aeroplanes or helicopters, as applicable
  • 070 - Operational procedures
  • 080 - Principles of flight
Applicants for the issue of an ATPL(A) having passed the relevant theoretical examination for a CPL(A) are credited towards the theoretical knowledge requirements in the subject “communications”. Applicants for the issue of an ATPL(A) having passed the relevant theoretical examination for an IR(A) are credited towards the theoretical knowledge requirements in the subject “communications”.

IR Credits
Applicants for an IR, or for a BIR, who have passed the relevant theoretical examinations for a CPL in the same aircraft category, shall be credited towards the theoretical knowledge requirements in the following subjects:
  • 040 - Human Performance
  • 050 - Meteorology
  • 090 - Communications
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