The theoretical part of the ATPL can be done both in the classroom (650 h) and through distance learning (90% at home and 10% in classroom). During both classroom and distance learning, students will be followed subject by subject to ensure a steady progression with the goal of acquiring a solid knowledge and passing the ENAC exams successfully and in a short time.
In-flight training is conducted at the same time as the theory part. After completing the PPL on the P2008JC aircraft, the student will first perform the consolidation activity (Hours building) as Pilot in Command again on the P2008JC aircraft, then the IR (Instrument Rating) on the Cirrus SR20 aircraft, the Multi-Engine Piston and Complex (MEP/Complex) module on the P2006T aircraft and, finally, obtain the Commercial Pilot License (CPL) on the P2006T aircraft. At this point to obtain the ATPL Frozen the student will complete the training with the AUPRT module and then the MCC or APS MCC.
During the hours consolidation activity (hours building) we urge learners to plan group routes that are days or weeks long, so that they can travel together and accumulate flying hours in a short time and in a fun way! Some of our students have toured Europe, some have toured Italy, and some have flown to France, Spain and Portugal. To learn how to be self-reliant, there is no better way than to get on a plane and take a trip!