ATP(A) DISTANCE THEORY

ROUTE TOWARDS COMMERCIAL AIRLINES PILOT SEAT

About ATP(A) distance theory

Airline Transport Pilot Theory (ATPL Theory) is one of the stages you undertake when completing your route towards Commercial airlines pilot seat. It can be started right after your PPL and it is a must have if you are pursuing airline pilot dreams.

ATPL theory

Strong background

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Experienced instructors

You will receive direct GetJet Airlines supervision and mentoring, as well as providing working commercial pilots as your instructors.

AMOUNT & DURATION
ATP(A) tHEORY cOURSE

Theoretical course comprises 757 hours. Duration of the course is estimated to 12 months. The time distribution per subjects is shown below:

Subject Amount, hours
Distance training phase Classroom training phase Total
Air law 36 4 40
Aircraft general knowledge – airframe, systems, powerplant 106 11 117
Aircraft general knowledge – instrumentation 54 6 60
Flight performance and planning – mass and balance 36 4 40
Flight performance and planning – performance 44 6 50
Flight performance and planning – flight planning and monitoring 45 5 50
Human performance and limitations 41 4 45
Meteorology 72 8 80
Navigation – general navigation 59 6 65
Navigation – radio navigation 59 8 67
Operational procedures 33 3 36
Principles of flight 54 6 60
Communications (VFR/IFR) 36 4 40
Knowledge, Skills and Attitude (KSA) 7 7
Total 675 82 757

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

An applicant for the EASA ATP (A) modular theoretical course shall:

  • Have attained the age of 17 years;
  • Hold a valid PPL (A) issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1;
  • Be able to read, write and orally communicate in the English language to a minimum of ICAO Level 4;

Age: At least
17 years old

Valid PPL(A)
license

English language
knowledge

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