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The complete course of Cantor Air to become an airline pilot: THE STEPs
 

✅ 3rd STEP - ATPL Theory (Airline and Transport Pilot Licence)

The ATPL course (Airline and Transport Pilot Licence) is the modular course to become a line pilot. The course, promoted by the Cantor Air ATO (Approved Training Organization) flight school, is made by a modular structure, that is based on a "step by step" learning of the various licences and qualifications, starting from the basic ones and ending with the commercial / advanced ones. This choice is at the base of the teaching methodology adapted by Cantor Air flight school, certified EASA to carry out courses for Professional Pilots.

PRE-COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
- Having attended and completed the second-grade school (required by the ATO),
- Have completed at least 18 years,
- Eligibility for the 1st class medical examination obtained at a center recognized by the Institute of Legal Medicine or in any authorized EASA AMO institute in Europe,
- be licenced PPL (A), CPL (A), or CPL / IR,
- Be in possession of sufficient knowledge of mathematics and physics to facilitate the comprehension of the course,
- Be in possession of a good knowledge of English

Once the first licence (PPL) has been obtained, the student enters in the ATPL THEORY course, which provides for 650 hours of compulsory lessons in classroom, divided into the 14 exam subjects required by ENAC / EASA. This course lasts about 6 months, with daily lessons from Monday to Saturday in the morning.
(The duration of the course, in terms of hours of lessons, depends on the student's entry title)
Every year, two courses are organized (beginning in April and October), to allow the PPL Licence holders (just obtained) to proceed directly without interruptions.
This course can also be followed in "Distance Learning" mode, thanks to the multimedia platform provided by the ATO…

The Subjects:

Subjects

HRS

MASS & BALANCE

 

PERFORMANCE

 

HUMAN FACTOR

 

FLIGHT PLANNING & MONITORING

 

AIR LAW AND ATC PROCEDURE

 

AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

 

METEOROLOGY

 

PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT

 

INSTRUMENTATIONS

 

GENERAL NAVIGATION

 

RADIO NAVIGATION

 

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

 

COMMUNICATION  (VFR & IFR)

 

TOTAL

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➡️ Find out more about the ATPL THEORY

Practical Training

Together with the modular ATPL THEORY course, the student, owner of the PPL licence, carries out HOURS BUILDING with CESSNA 152 and / or TECNAM P2008JC aircraft, to reinforce his experience.
The PIC (Pilot in Command) hours that must be performed, are an essential requirement to be able to access future CPL exams. The student must in fact carry out a total of at least 100 hrs, of which 15 hrs carried out in the PPL phase by PIC and 85 in the HOURS BUILDING phase.
For the students this phase is quite exciting, as they have the opportunity to try out the so-called CROSS-COUNTRY flight missions (navigation on different airports), which will allow them to increase their experience, carrying out flights even outside national borders (eg France, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, etc.).
Exams: Once the ATPL THEORY module has been completed, the students are subjected to the theoretical ATPL exams, which will commit them in the 14 subjects studied in the aforementioned module and which must be completed in maximum 18 months (starting from the first exam obtained) and divided into a maximum of 6 sessions.

 

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