The Frozen Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL) is a complementary course for cadets with an existing Commercial Pilot’s Licence. This course is designed to put the finishing touches on a cadet’s academic journey, completing all necessary qualifications and skills needed to venture into the world of commercial aviation.
Cadets will be tested under the guidelines of the CAAM and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) upon completion of a 20 weeks course.
ATPL Minimum Entry Requirements
- Fluent in the English language
- Possess an existing and valid Commercial Pilot’s Licence with Instrument rating.
- Completion of a Class I-Airline Transport Pilot’s standard medical examination by a CAAM-approved medical practitioner
(Prospective candidates are advised to contact the CAAM for an updated list of medical practitioners-please refer to our FAQs).
- Letter of Approval from the CAAM (obtained by submitting a communication of interest to the CAAM along with the necessary medical documentation, an existing and valid CPL/IR.
ATPL Ground School Training
The ATPL ground training encompasses 425 hours of tuition and lectures on aviation theory such as follows:-
- Radio Navigation
- Flight Planning
- IFR Communications
- General Navigation
- Type Technical
All applicants for the ATPL course should apply to the CAAM for an assessment as the required examinations can vary.