Our proposal consists in a series of modular courses, designed according to EASA regulation in force, as to answer to the minimum requirements for successfully passing the 14 ATPL theoretical examination (so name it “Frozen ATPL”) and obtaining CPL(A)/IR MEP:
- IR(A)/SEP Land
- MEP Land
- IR(A)/MEP Land
- Build-up programs
At the end of the series of modular courses, the graduate benefits of at least 200 hrs flight training on DA20, DA40 and DA42 airplane. Additionally, around 40 hrs training on FNPT II support the practical skills of our cadets.
- EASA Class 1 Medical License (according to Part MED)
- Copy of a Photo ID or Passport
- Copy of study diploma
- Copy of EASA Class I Medical License
- 4 photos
- Application form
The PPL course comprises of about 150 hours of ground school split in 9 different subjects. The ATPL theory distance learning course comprises 650 hours, of which a minimum of 65 hours are done in classes ( “brush-up” course).
For a “Frozen ATPL” course (CPL(A)/IR MEP) our cadets are technically required to fly a minimum of 200 hours in various airplanes. Our modular programs are designed as to reduce the duration and cost of training. After graduating the series of modular courses, if determined suitable by our school, you will be offered to stay and work in RAS as one of our flight instructors.
Between 18 to 22 months to complete the series of modular courses. Up to 12 months working as a Flight Instructor, if applicable.