Professional Pilot Training Package
Modular PPL to ATPL frozen course is designed to train the pilots from PPL level up to the ATPL frozen in order to obtain the CPL/IR/MEP/MEP-IR with PIC times.
The Package training course is a course from PPL through to obtaining a frozen EASA ATPL (fATPL) including English Language Proficiency (ICAO)
- Be at least 18 years old,
- Fluent in English,
- Holder of a valid EASA Medical Certificate class 1.
- Holder of valid EASA PPL license.
The minimum duration of the Professional Pilot Training course is 4 months and the maximum is 10 months. In Multifly Flight Training Academy the average time required to complete the course is 4 – 6 months, including Training and Exams.
Students are enrolling this course should receive a briefing on night flying prepared by the supervising flight instructor.
4 hours 30 minutes dual instruction
Student needs to have 200 real flight hours before applying for CPL license. Based on the other training flying hours, student needs to fly 100 hours of PIC flight.
1 hour flight will be dual and 100 hours will be solo with a safety pilot.
35 Hours on FNPT-II Simulator.
15 Hours on IR Certified Aircraft.
There is no separate ground training for students applying for the Single-Engine Instrument course. Although, applicants should complete and hold valid EASA ATPL(A) Theoretical Certificate.
6 hours of flight training in a MEP class of aircraft which includes 2 hours 30 minutes of dual instruction under normal conditions, and 3 hours 30 minutes of dual instruction in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques
1 hour Licence Skill Test (LST) in a MEP class of aircraft
The theoretical course consists of 7 hours of TKI in multi engine aeroplanes.
The flying training shall comprise a total of at least 5 hours of dual flight instruction and 10 hours of ground briefing. During this training there is no such part to be completed as solo flight(s).
The flying training shall comprise a total of at least 15 hours of dual flight instruction and 16 hours of ground briefing. During this training there is no such part to be completed as solo flight(s).