This course is aimed at candidates with a Private Pilot License (PPL) or Commercial Pilot (CPL) who wish to progress in their aeronautical career and aspire to be Commanders of Airline Passenger Transport (ATPL) or pilots with an ICAO license who wish to obtain EASA license.
The duration of the ATPL-A course will be a minimum of 8 months and will depend on the availability of the student.
Download the informative dossier of the ATPL-A course with all the relevant information.
To train the Student Pilot who has not received the theoretical knowledge instruction during an integrated course, to the level of theoretical knowledge required for an ATPL (A).
World Aviation Flight Academy announces different promotions for the start of this course throughout the year for the PRESENTIAL format.
The ONLINE format can be started at any time by establishing a study calendar together with the CTKI or Chief Theoretical Knowledge Instructor.
World Aviation Flight Academy establishes in the Training Manual for this course the theoretical training schedule that, if needed can be modified with prior notice, according to needs or contingencies.
The student-pilot must attend all the theoretical classes scheduled, except only those justified for personal reasons.
World Aviation Flight Academy reserves the right not to present the student-pilot to the exams if it considers that the student-pilot is not empowered to take them. During the course in face-to-face format, the student-pilot will be covered with insurance policies that in each case are in force in accordance with the law, exempting World Aviation Flight Academy from any additional liability.
The ATPL-A course consists of a total of 650 hours of theoretical training distributed among the following subjects:
The electronic theoretical knowledge exams for FCL Licenses and Ratings are those established by the Commission’s Community Regulations on obtaining flight crew licenses in accordance with the requirements of EASA and AESA for obtaining flight licenses. They may be carried out at the headquarters in Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca within the official established calendar.
Malaga-Costa Del Sol International Airport with additional classrooms and training areas in Marbella and Velez-Malaga / La Axarquía.
Cuatro Vientos Airport in the Southwest area of the city. Our modern facilities and classrooms offer a pleasant and professional learning environment.
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