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ATPL Theory

The aim of the course:

The aim of this course is to train pilots who have not received the theoretical knowledge instruction during an integrated or a modular course to the level of theoretical knowledge required for the ATPL.

Pre-entry requirements

  • The applicant shall either
    - hold an ICAO PPL(A) prior to aeroplanes course
    - hold an ICAO PPL(H) prior to a helicopter course
    - be authorised by the national Authority to commence an approved course of training by virtue of previous experience
  • The applicant must have sufficient knowledge of Mathematics, Physics and English to facilitate the understanding of the theoretical knowledge instruction content of the course.
  • The candidate must possess an adequate command of English in both the spoken and written form.
  • A Class I medical is recommended
  • A minimum of 100 hours total flying time is recommended

Training Syllabi

The training syllabus is that appropriate for the issue of an ATPL(A) and ATPL(H) as specified PART FCL Each complete course of instruction will consist of four modules of distance learning and classroom instruction and a total of 750 hours of training, subject to any credits allowed by the Authority.

ATPL(A) STAGE 1 (OPERATIONAL) SUBJECTS

  • Human Performance
  • Air Law and ATC Procedures
  • Operational Procedures
  • Meteorology
  • Communications
  • 100KSA 1st Formative Assessment

ATP(A) STAGE 2 (NAVIGATIONAL) SUBJECTS

  • Principles of flight
  • Performance
  • General Navigation
  • Flight Planning and Flight Monitoring
  • Mass and Balance
  • 100 KSA 1st Summative Assessment

ATP(A) STAGE 3 (TECHNICAL) SUBJECTS

  • Aeroplanes Airframe and Systems
  • Electrics
  • Powerplant and Emergency Equipment
  • Aeroplanes Instrumentation
  • Radio Navigation
  • 100 KSA 2nd Summative Assessment

Each Module shall be completed before the next module start.

Note: Part-FCL allows for certain credit for previous experience. Please consult our training team for your specific case.

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