ATPL(A) INTEGRATED TRAINING
ATPL(A) Integrated Training is a comprehensive program designed to train pilots for an airline career from the beginning. The program combines theoretical and flight training in a way that complements each other and avoids unnecessary duplication. This optimized approach ensures efficient use of time and reduces the overall duration of flight training.
An applicant for ATPL(A)Integrated Training Course shall be at least 18 years of age.
As a minimum requirement, applicants for the ATPL(A) Integrated Training course must hold a high school diploma or its equivalent.
Applicants for ATPL(A) Integrated Training must obtain a health report from a health institution authorized by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The report should confirm that the applicant is in valid 1st class health condition.
1. FLIGHT TRAINING:
• Flight training consists of a minimum of 214:30 flight hours.
2. ATPL(A) THEORETICAL TRAINING:
• Theoretical knowledge training consists of 774:00 hours.
• Other theoretical trainings directly related to flights, such as aircraft technical training, basic instrument and procedural instrument theoretical training, navigation, class rating theoretical training, safety management system (SMS), flight safety training, advanced upset prevention & recovery training (AUPRT), and multi-crew cooperation training (MCC) consist of a total of 112:00 hours.