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Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License

Integrated ATPL

Basic Training

Theoretical Knowledge training; Classroom and computer-based

Approximately 26 weeks


Foundation flight training; Single-engine piston aircraft

Approximately 24 weeks


Commercial and Instrument flight training;

Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT)

Single- and multi-engine aircraft and simulator

Approximately 18 weeks


If you only complete legs 1 to 4, you may secure employment as a professional pilot on smaller aircraft that only require a single pilot.

Intermediate Training

Multi-pilot flight training

Our world-renowned Airline Qualification Course (AQC) incorporating Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) certificate, advanced handling skills and an Initial Crew Resource Management (CRM) course

Approximately 3 weeks

Advanced Training

Advanced Training begins once our dedicated Graduate Placement Team has secured your airline employment.


Aircraft type-specific training:

Simulator and aircraft training with the Airline

Approximately 8 weeks


Upon joining your airline, you will continue with further 'Line' training (carrying passengers), which will conclude with a 'final line-check' by your airline training Captain.


Line Orientated Experience (LOE) and Line Check with the Airline. You will also complete Safety, Emergency and Procedures training

Approximately 8 months