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ATPL theory EASA (Fixed Wing / Helicopter)

An ATPL is the highest license a pilot can obtain and is the qualification that allows the holder to act as the Pilot in Command (PIC), or Captain of a large transport aircraft.

Although it is true to say that there are other types of aerial work a pilot is able to do while holding only a Commercial License, the ATPL is generally considered to be the qualification work towards.

The issue of an ATPL entitles the holder to:

  • Act as pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aircraft in air carrier service
  • Act as PIC in aircraft with a max gross weight over 5,700 kg (12,500 lb) and/or over 9 passenger seats
  • Act as the commander of an aircraft, for valuable consideration (Pay)
  • Act as the commander of a multi-crew aircraft for which they are qualified

Take time to learn and understand the training process that will be required and gather information from as many different sources as you can. As stated above, the requirements placed upon a pilot to gain an ATPL can appear daunting at first, but they are achievable. They can be thought of as a number of discrete steps that, once understood, can easily be planned.

  • Airframes & Systems
  • Power plants
  • Meteorology
  • Radio Navigation
  • Air Law
  • Principles of Flight
  • Instruments/Electronics
  • General Navigation
  • VFR/IFR Communications
  • Operational Procedures
  • Flight Planning
  • Mass and Balance Performance
  • Human Performance and Limitations
  • Aircraft Performance
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