ATPL Integrated Course
What is the ATPL Integrated course?
The EASA ATPL Integrated Course is the best path to a successful pilot career. The ATPL course is the quickest way to achieve the commercial pilot license without issuing other licenses. At the end of this training, you will hold a CPL (Commercial Pilot License) with the ME (Multi-engine) and IR (Instrument Rating), as well as the ATPL theory, which will allow you to obtain an ATP License later.
do you need to be a pilot?
Here are the basic entry requirements to be a pilot
- Be at least 17 years old to submit an application & at least 18 to commence flight training.
- Be fluent in English (verbal and written). Non-native English speakers must provide proof of English Knowledge before starting the training. Find out more
- Be a High School graduate with an average grade or result of at least 65%.
- Be a holder of an EASA Class 1 Medical without restrictions. Find out more
- Be a holder of EU Passport or of a training Visa Type D.
- Successfully pass the TAE’s selection process. Find out more
DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
What does the ATP training include?
During the first phase of your ATPL(A) Integrated Course, you will attend 786 hours of in-class tuition with an experienced Theoretical Knowledge Instructor. The instruction is conducted with the use of PadPilot, an advanced learning platform that offers an innovative way of learning to successfully pass the EASA ATPL exams.
The first solo flight is one of the most unforgettable experiences you will have during your pilot career. This first step of your training comprises of at least 12 flight hours with an instructor on a Single Engine aeroplane until you make it to your first solo flight!
At this step of your training, you will fly at least 10 flight hours with a Flight Instructor and 50 flight hours solo cross-country flights. You will learn how to fly across the country and get familiar with traffic pattern operations at different aerodromes.
The Night Training is conducted on a Single Engine airplane in an International Airport in Greece and comprises of 5 flight hours.
The Single Engine Instrument Rating (SEP/IR) comprises at least 55 hours of Instrument Flight Training. Our experienced flight instructors will help you to achieve the transition from visual to instrument flight.
In addition to actual flights, 40 hours of training in TAE’s in-house flight simulator, ALSIM AL250, allows you to perform all necessary procedures including emergency situations.
The aim of Multi Engine and its Instrument Rating course is to train pilots to a proficient level and provide them with the competency needed to fly a twin engine aircraft. This training program comprises of 11 flight hours and is conducted on TAE’s DA42 aircraft.
During this step of your training, you will get to know how to cope with the event of “loss of control in flight”. By flying the famous Cessna 172 airplane, you will develop the necessary competence and resilience to apply appropriate recovery techniques during aircraft upsets.
MCC training aims to familiarize the trainee with the fundamentals of sharing the workload with another pilot and helps you become proficient in safely operating multi-pilot, multi-engine airplanes. The objectives of MCC training are optimum decision making, communication, allocation of tasks, mutual supervision, use of checklists, teamwork, and support throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions.
The English Language Proficiency is a test that examines the pilot’s ability to communicate safely in English, using plain, non-routine language and not specialized aviation phraseology.
OUR AIRCRAFT & SIMULATORS
What aircraft and simulators will you fly during your ATPL Integrated course?
The fleet you will be trained at, consists of Diamond DA40, Diamond DA42, Cessna 172 aircraft, as well as AL250 and A320 Type Simulators.
PRICING & PAYMENT
How much does it cost
to become a pilot?
The ATPL Integrated course, costs 62.000€, without any hidden fees!
What is included in this price?
- Ground and Flight training as described above
- Pilot’s uniform & equipment (including Headsets)
- Training material (PadPilot CBT access code)
- Fees for the first attempt at all 13 EASA subjects exams
- Fees for 1st attempt of Aviation English Test Proficiency
- Skill Test (examiner’s fees)
- HCAA License Issuance fees
- Airport Fees
- Expenses for Night Rating (accommodation & fees)
- Transportation to/from the Academy and Airport, as well as to/from accommodation and Academy