ATPL – Airline Transport Pilot License


ATPL(A) Theory is one of the most demanding parts of the training for those who pursue a professional goal of being a pilot. This training is necessary to built the required theory knowledge toward being an airline pilot for commercial airlines.To enroll the course you need to hold a valid ICAO PPL (A).

After enrollment we will immediately get you signed up with the Evionica ATPL e-learning program so you can start studying right away. There will be three independent weeks of lectures organized after each one of the three modules.

Training mode:
  • lectures – 80 hours,
  • e-learning – 570 hours of self-study using the CBT platform created by Evionica,
  • 100 KSA exercises,
  • self-tests and progres tests that check the acquired knowledge,
  • 2 weeks of theory lectures with experienced theory instructors.

In total, the training lasts 168 days, thanks to which Students receive a condensed dose of knowledge in a relatively short time.

Training schedule:

Learning is divided into two phases. In the first phase you receive access to the Evionica e-learning platform. Here you will find the content covering the 13 ATPL subjects and self-tests. Upon completion you can join the 2 week lecture session and receive the certificate with which to register for the theory exams. The exams can be written under any EASA member state though we recommend the Polish CAA (ULC) due to the affordability of the exams and the way the exams are organised.

Study program:

Your study will study cover 13 subjects.
The sequence of the exams might differ, however eventually you are required to pass 13 exams to be credited the theory course towards the ATPL licence:

010 – Aviation Law
021 – Airframe, Systems, Engines & Electrics
022 – Instrumentation
031 – Mass & Balance
032 – Performance (Airplane)
033 – Flight Planning & Monitoring
040 – Human Performance and Limitations
050 – Meteorology
061 – General Navigation
062 – Radio Navigation
070 – Operational Procedures
081 – Principles of Flight (Airplane)
091 – Communication

Classes are conducted by active airline pilots, controllers and specialists dealing with a given topic.

What after training?

The training ends with an internal exam, which entitles you to take the theoretical exam for the ATPL licence. After passing all the 13 exams, you can start the practical training for the CPL (A) professional license and obtain the ME/IR (A) privileges to fly according to the indications of  instruments.

The set of obtained qualifications – the theoretical exam for ATPL and CPL (A) + MEIR + MEP (L) – is the so-called a frozen license entitling you to apply for a role as First Officer with any of the EASA registered airlines.