Commercial pilot Course – Modular
3 February, 2017
Instrument Rating IR(A)
3 February, 2017

The Commercial Pilot License CPL(A) or Airline Transport Pilot License ATPL(A) course is tailored to candidates without experience that wish to make aviation their future profession within the aviation world .

The integrated option it a demanding program based on a continous training and a period of time of 18 months, which requires a great commitment from the student is the favorite course among many airlines.

After fishing the course the student will obtan the Comercial Pilot License CPL(A), IR/ME and frozen ATPL.

Options:

A) 215 horas (150 horas de vuelo + 65 horas de simulador con MCC)

B) 230 horas (165 horas de vuelo + 65 horas de simulador con MCC)

C) 250 horas (165 horas de vuelo + 85 horas de simulador con MCC APS)

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  • month 0Course starting date

    Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) theory course starting
    Pre-flight phase theoretical evaluation
  • month 3Phase 1

    15 flight hours DUAL single engine
    Internal basic flight check
  • month 5 Phase 2

    20 flight hours single engine (10 hours DUAL and 10 hours SOLO)
    Internal flight check on cross-country flight
  • month 7Phase 3

    45 flight hours single engine cross country (40 SOLO and 5 DUAL)
    Internal flight check (phase 1, 2 and 3)
    Airline Transport Theoretical Course (ATPL) official exams
  • month 12 Phase 4

    41 flight hours IR in simulator FNPT-II
    63 flight hours (IR, MEP, NIGHT)
    Internal Instrument flight check
  • month 16Phase 5

    Upset Prevention Recovery Training UPRT
    3:00 flight hours utility category airplane
    Official flight checks (CPL, SEP, IR/MEP)
  • month 17 Phase 6

    Multi Crew Cooperation course focused on airlines (MCC+JOC
    20 hours theoretical training
    24 flight hours in Airbus A320 simulator
    Airline Pilot Assessment preparation course (interview and simulator)
  • month 18 Course Completion

INTEGRATED COMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE AIRPLANE CPL(A)

This course comply with the latest EASA-FCL requirements and regualtions

Training in state of the art airplanes and last generation Glass Cockpit

Frequently asked questions

Which aircrafts can I operate with this license?
The commercial pilot license CPL(A) and ATPL (Frozen) allows you to work as a professional pilot starting as first officer and later as pilot in command once reached a minimum experience of 1,500 hours.

Where is my title and license recognized?
The pilot may work in all airline companies with a valid operation license (AOC) in any EASA country, in any aircraft registered in an EASA country and fly all around the world, according to ICAO requirements and international standards.

Which are the requirements needed for registration?
General requirements for registration are must be at least 18 years of age, must hold a class 1 (professional) aeronautical medical certificate, must hold the general certificate of Secondary Education Bachelors (preferably technological), its equivalent or higher and English language.

Where can I obtain the medical certificate?
Hospital de día Pío XII (Dr. Jon Burzaco)
C/ Cuesta del Sagrado Corazón, 4 – Telephone number: + 34 91 353 15 10
Click here to see the list of approved medical centers

How are the course official exams?
The theoretical exams are multiple choice with only one valid answer. In all there are 6 examination dates per year, 4 per subject. Flight checks will be performed by an approved flight examiner and the student will know in advance the items that will be evaluated.

What can I do if I need additional training?
Not all student will achieve their goals at the same time. Those students who need individual support classes or additional flight hours can request the school instructors at their choice.

What happens if I have difficulties with the course theory?
Those students that don’t pass the theoretical part within the pre stablished time frame are allowed to stop their training (including any payment) until they pass the exams, they will need extra ground school classes or transit to a different class.

How long will it take to complete the course?
It all depends on various factors such the time dedicated to personal study, availability to perform the flights, meteorology, etc. As an approximated value, the average course duration varies from 18 to 24 months.

Do you want to be a professional pilot?

Obtain your commercial pilot license in just 18 months with Flyschool, a fun an different career that will allow you to travel around the world next to your flight crew. Destinations as NY, Paris, Cancun are waiting for you.

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