ATPL theory EASA

Integrated ATPL Program :

The EASA Frozen Airline Transport Pilots Licence course provides training for students with no flying experience to meet the level of proficiency required to operate single-engine, multi-engine aeroplanes and to obtain the frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL).Holders of this licence are then eligible for employment as pilots and following appropriate experience and additional flight time they may upgrade their licence to a Full EASA ATPL.

  • Theoretical Training :

The ATPL Theory consists of 14 subjects and includes 750 hrs of classroom training,OXFORD Ground School approved inter-active video training, presentations, progress tests and sample exams. The duration of Ground School is 7 months . The student will complete the ATPL Theoretical Training after passing Watanya Air progress tests with a grade equal or higher than 85%.

Ground School Subjects :

  1. Air Law
  2. Aircraft General Knowledge, Airframe, Systems, Power Plant
  3. Aircraft General Knowledge, Instruments, Electronics
  4. Flight performance and Planning, Mass and Balance
  5. Performance
  6. Flight Planning and Monitoring
  7. Human Performance and Limitations
  8. Meteorology
  9. General Navigation
  10. Radio Navigation
  11. Operational Procedures
  12. Principles of Flight
  13. VFR Communications
  14. IFR Communications
  •  Flight Training:

The flight training course consists of a total of 211 hrs, 135 hours of  them are conducted on Single Engine Piston aircraft (SEP), 16 hrs on Multi Engine Piston aircraft (MEP), 60 hrs onFNPT II including 20 hrs MCC F/S for Multi Crew Cooperation Course.