INTEGRATED ATP(A) COURSE
1.1 AIM OF THE COURSE
The aim of the ATP(A) INTEGRATED Course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to enable them to operate as co-pilot on multi-pilot, multi-engine aeroplanes in commercial air transportation and to obtain the CPL(A)/IR.
1.2 PRE-ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
An applicant for ATP(A) INTEGRATED course shall be at least 18 years of age, as per SHY 1 Regulation on Flight Crew Licensing (Aeroplane).
1.2.2 EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (INCLUDING LANGUAGE)
Applicants for ATP(A) INTEGRATED course shall hold a high school diploma or its equivalent, as a minimum requirement, as per SHY-1 Regulation on Flight Crew Licensing (Aeroplane).
1.2.3 MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS
An applicant who applies for ATP(A) INTEGRATED course shall hold a valid Class I medical certificate described in PART-FCL Part 3 as per PART-FCL MED.B.005.
1.2.4 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS REQUESTED BY THE AUTHORITY
The applicants must meet the requirements specified under Item 24 of SHY-1 Regulation on Licensing of Aircraft Pilots (Student Pilot License) and a psychotechnics is applied according to SHT-1 T “Instruction on Tests to be Used for Selection of Student Pilots”.
1.3 CREDITS FOR THE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
An applicant may be admitted to training either as an ab-initio entrant, or as a holder of a PPL(A) issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1. An ab-initio entrant shall meet the student pilot requirements of SHY 1. In the case of a PPL(A) entrant, 50% of the flight hours flown by the entrant prior to the course may be credited towards the required flight instruction up to a credit of 40 hours flying experience or 45 hours if an aeroplane night flying qualification has been obtained. Maximum 20 hours of such hours may be dual instruction. This credit for the hours flown shall be submitted to the DGCA for approval and entered into the applicant’s training record.