ATPL(A) – airline pilot license
Theory training for the airline transport pilot license ATPL(A) – how to become an airline pilot?
If you have ever thought about how to become an airline pilot, you found your answer here. ATPL(A) license is one of the last pits stops on the professional pilot career path. Nonetheless, those interested in enhancing their capabilities as pilots for non-commercial purposes are also welcomed to participate in the training.
The next ATPL (A) theoretical training is scheduled for 21st of August 2023!
ATPL (A) training information:
The Airline Pilot’s License is the highest license a pilot can obtain. This is the official qualification you need to apply for a position in an airline and be in command of a commercial airliner. Airlines are looking for pilots who can demonstrate an intelligent approach to air operations and have the necessary knowledge to overcome unexpected challenges, so it is extremely important to build a good theoretical knowledge base during ATPL training.
(ang. Knowledge, Skills, Attitude) aims to extend the key skills of training pilots already during theoretical classes to aviation licenses. These skills focus on the application of existing knowledge, understanding it on the level of many aspects at the same time and the ability to demonstrate both technical and non-technical knowledge and skills. New guidelines in the area of 100 KSA are assessed at the ATO level to ensure that training participants can achieve the appropriate level of competence before the end of the examination session at the Civil Aviation Office.
Who can take part in the training?
Our offer is aimed at PPL (A) license holders who have valid aero-medical examinations. We direct the offer to candidates who will pursue training for the ATPL (A) professional qualifications and at a later stage want to perform commercial flights and apply to airlines. The set of materials we offer consists of an e-learning base containing the knowledge needed to obtain theoretical competences at the Airline Pilot level.
An indispensable element to start the training is a set of books that remain for the pilot’s use also after the theoretical course is completed in the user’s account. We offer study books in a set! The books are for student use on an iOS device.
What does the education process look like?
The ATPL (A) training program covers 21 weeks of self-study and is divided into 3 modules. The first element of the training is distance learning , which allows for flexible implementation of the teaching process, containing the scope of knowledge concentrated in 768 hours of study. Each week of training includes approximately 40 hours of theoretical lessons. The time to read each module is 8 weeks and each module ends with a control exam on the Padpilot platform. We plan four downhill weekends during the training.
Classroom lectures are conducted at the premises of the ZONDA.aero school, thanks to which the students have the opportunity to get acquainted with the material directly from experienced specialists in their field. This is a summary of the material you have mastered during the self-study period. This is an excellent time to ask questions, the concept of knowledge on additional examples taken from actual situations in flight.
A total of 768 hours of lectures, of which approximately 125 hours are held on a stationary basis. The student gets acquainted with the knowledge of the following subjects:
- Aviation law
- Flight planning and monitoring
- Mass and balance
- Human performance and limitations
- General navigation
- Radio navigation
- Operational procedures
- Principles of flight
- VFR/IFR Communcation
- Aircraft general knowledge
Collaboration with Padpilot:
Through our certified Padpilot training and collaboration program, we offer the most advanced, up-to-date EASA ATPL (A) KSA100 theory manuals. The training materials we provide include:
- Easy-to-learn explanations,
- Interactive 3D models,
- Animations and video explanations,
- Teaching aids,
- Regular, free updates
- Information that explains how the theory applies to aviation
- Examples of accidents with extensive descriptions that are relevant to the topic,
- Common threats or bugs,
- Interactive quizzes.
What are the requirements for ATPL(A) training?
- the minimum age of 17 years old,
- at least secondary school degree or similar,
- aviation-medical certification for the currently owned license,
- have at least a valid up-to-day PPL(A) license
What else is worth knowing about ATPL(A) theory training?
ATPL(A) theory training is not a subject for VAT tax.
What are the advantages of taking an ATPL(A) theory course?
- upon finishing the ATPL(A) theory training and successfully passing the exam at Civil Aviation Authority, the student obtains an ATPL(A) frozen license, which gets unfrozen after fulfilling the practical requirements for ATPL(A) license,
- receiving a full knowledge spectrum needed to become an airline pilot,
- start flying commercially.
How to become an airline pilot – 0 to ATPL(A)?
You have never had significant contact with aviation, but your biggest dream is to become an airline pilot? ZONDA.aero will guide you through all the steps to acquire the ATPL(A) license.
With the help of the qualified and experienced crew, we are capable of helping you start your journey with aviation and fulfil your ultimate dream of becoming an airline pilot.
The 0 to ATPL(A) training program includes:
- private pilot training PPL(A),
- night flights qualification VFR Night,,
- multiengine qualification MEP(L),
- instrument flight qualification IR(A);
- commercial pilot training CPL(A);
For more info about each individual course, please use the above links. Got interested? Fill out the entry form below to contact us.