The Linear Pilot License ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License) – is the highest stage among the pilot licenses. The ATPL (A) course is designed for future linear pilots. Pilots with a linear pilot license are authorized to play the role of PIC (aircraft commander) in the airlines and other air companies.
The program goal is to provide professional training in accordance with the EASA standards, as well as the existing training plans and ATO instructions.
- Age – from 18 and older;
- Education – secondary education or incomplete higher education;
- Health – certificate of the medical commission of the 2nd class in accordance with EASA (Part-MED) requirements;
- English – ICAO / EASA Level 4 Language Proficiency;
- A valid pilot license PPL (A) or CPL (A).
Upon completion of the program, students will have a valid EASA ATPL Frozen license and will have knowledge in the following areas:
- General navigation;
- Flight performance and planning;
- Human activities and aviation restrictions;
- Aviation communications;
- Mass and balance;
- Radio navigation;
- Aircraft in general;
- Air law;
- Operational procedures;
- Flight principles.