ATPL Integrated Training Course
Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL(A))Training Program is an intensive training programme, aimed to help students with little or no previous flying experience to move to cockpits of commercial airliners sooner. The course is aimed to help students to gain a 'frozen ATPL' licence in the shortest time possible. License obtained after the completion of the course: CPL(A)/IR, ME (ATPL Frozen). At the end of the course students acquire professional skills to operate as co-pilots on multi-pilot and multi-engine airplanes in commercial air transport.
“It is interesting to get in touch with other cultures and languages as our group consists of people of various nationalities. Instructors are very patient and willing to help you out with different problems that occur when understanding the material. I would definitely recommend BAA to others. Due to my experience here I am deeply convinced that it is the best value of your investment”, ATPL integrated student Stephan van Leeuwen from the Netherlands.
STUDENT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Students must be at least 18 years old.
Valid JAR-FCL Class 1 Medical Certificate;
Knowledge of mathematics, English and physics is of key importance. During the assessment the school and exam grades of disciplines are evaluated additionally. A special skills assessment can be organized by the academy for those having low or no grades from their secondary school.
Emotional and social competence
All candidates must go through special tests and interviews developed by the selection commission of the Baltic Aviation Academy for social competence assessment.
ATPL (ATPL(A)) INTEGRATED training course
- 770 hours ATPL
- 20 hours MCC
- 150 hours – single engine aircraft
- 13 hours – multi-engine aircraft
- 37 hours – FNPT II
- 15 hours FFS
- 20-25 months (approximately)
This theoretical knowledge course (Ground School) consists of thirteen (13) theoretical subjects, that take approximately 770 hours, including classroom work, professional manuals and CD-based progress tests.
Theoretical subjects include:
- Air law
- Operating procedures
- Mass and balance
- Aircraft general knowledge
- Flight planning
- General navigation
- Radio navigation
- Human performance
- Principles of flight
Basic flight training is conducted in Aleksotаs aerodrome in Kaunas, located 100 km from the BAA training centre.
Flights in Hours:
87 hours – visual flight (VFR);
95 hours – instrument flight (IFR);
5 hours – night visual flight (NVFR);
13 hours – multi-engine flight (MEP).
(5 hours of IFR flight included)
Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC):
The MCC course helps to develop all the important team building skills so that every candidate is able to work in a multi-crew environment. Students are supposed to complete a total of 20 hours of ground training and 15 hours in the FFS or FNPT II.
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