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EASA Flight Training Modules

EASA Flight Training Modules

EASA Flight Training Modules

We offer EASA modular professional pilot training courses designed to further develop your previous experience as a pilot and provide an opportunity to complete your professional pilot training and achieve your ultimate goal on a flexible basis.


You may also be eligible, upon completion of your training, to apply for airline placement with one of the Airlines we are working with through our ATP program.


EASA Flight Training Modules


Enrollment - Minimum requirements


14 EASA ATPL Theory examinations passed
300 NM VFR cross country
EASA Night Qualification
EASA UK Language Assessment - Minimum of level 4
UK EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate

Flight Training Modules

  • ATPL Theoretical Knowledge
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Multi-Engine CPL
  • Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
  • Airline Qualification Course – delivered through our ATP program

Key Features

  • All training completed on Garmin G1000 EFIS DA42 aircraft with DA42-specific FNPTII simulators
  • UK training undertaken from our Crew Training Center – Bournemouth International Airport alongside commercial airline traffic
  • Includes UK CAA fees for initial attempts at classroom-based at ATPL examinations and flight skills tests
  • Monthly course enrollments
  • Access to airline placement opportunities through our ATP program


As a minimum for enrollment upon any module you must hold an ICAO/EASA Private Pilot License with a Night Rating/Qualification. Depending upon which module you wish to undertake, there may be further minimum qualifying requirements.


We recommend that you obtain your EASA Class 1 Medical prior to undertaking any professional flight training.


Please contact pilotcareers.cts@L3T.com to find out more.

"I enrolled on the modular training route and it was the best decision I have ever made. The training here was world–class! I was impressed by the level of professionalism and dedication during the course. The training is completely airline-focused. Flying state-of-the-art aircraft with instructors who have airline backgrounds fully prepares you for when you join an airline."

Mike C. – Co-Pilot, easyJet