ATPL Course

ATPL Integrated training program is a comprehensive program of aviation theory and flight training allowing you to acquire all the knowledge and skills necessary for a commercial pilot. With this aviation course starting from the basics you will gain a Commercial Pilot License (CPL (A)/IR/ME+ATPL theory). Undergo the course in 18-24 months and be able to fly multi-engine aircraft for commercial purposes and enter Type Rating training.

ATPL Integrated:


Entry requirements

Age: 18 years old and over
Education: Secondary or higher
Theoretical preparation: maths, physics and English knowledge is of key importance for good preparation

Theoretical training

Theoretical part consists of 15 subjects (776:15 hours with exams) to be completed in 10 months.

  • Air law

  • Communication

  • Operating procedures

  • Mass and balance

  • Instrumentation

  • Meteorology

  • Aircraft general knowledge

  • Flight planning

  • Performance

  • General navigation

  • Radio navigation

  • Human performance & limitations

  • Principles of flight

  • VFR/IFR communications

  • Advanced UPRT


Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) is a new subject in theoretical pilot training. It follows a competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) philosophy and is often referred to as a “paradigm shift” that modernizes flight crew training.

The aim of Area 100 KSA is to develop and access student pilots’ certain behavioral competencies besides the technical ones. The competencies based on ICAO core principles are the following: communication, leadership and teamwork, problem-solving and decision-making, situation awareness, workload management, and application of knowledge.

Students will have to complete one formative assessment, two summative ones, and one mental math test during the learning process. The assessments will verify whether the students are fully equipped with the relevant competencies and have developed a “thinking pilot’s” mindset.

Flight training

Flight training consists of 212 hrs. including training in the Flight Navigation Procedures Trainer, single-engine and multi-engine aircraft as well as Fixed-Base Simulator (FBS).*

  • 145 hours – single-engine aircraft

  • 11 hours – multi-engine aircraft

  • 40 hours – FNPT II

  • 16 hours – FBS

*Including time dedicated for flying exams.
**Flight training sessions take place all year round.

MCC training

Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) training consists of 25 hours of theoretical training and 16 hours of flight training in a full flight simulator (without motion system).


Training materials:

  • Vol.5 Radio Navigation e-book

  • NM-2 ruler

  • PP-1 protractor

  • CB-3 knee board

  • CRP-5

  • Vol. 1 Flying training e-book

  • Logbook

  • Tablet computer


  • Tailor-made uniform

  • Polo shirts for the flight season

  • ATP(A) CBT (Bristol ATP theory software)

  • Instructor fees

  • Theory exams at the academy


  • Aircraft fees

  • Fuel

  • Airport landing/parking fees

  • Permit costs for airports

  • VFR, NVFR, IR, MEP fees


  • Instructor fees

Candidates must be trained and graduated at FTOs/ATOs according to the list approved by CAAV and recognized by the airlines.
For any further question, do not hesitate to contact us:
Tel: +070 8835 5914     + 84 28 2222 8899     +84 968 176 742




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