License commercial pilots wishing to fly aircraft weighing over 5700 kg may wish to pursue an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). To qualify for an ATPL license, pilots must hold a CPL license, have logged at least 1500 flight hours, and be able to pass the theory exams.
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Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command
EASA ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot License theory course
ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command [commander] of an aircraft in any airline.
Act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation
The holder can exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A), a CPL(A) and an IR(A)
Course entry requirements
Minimum age of 18 years
At least PPL(A) (Private Pilot License) holder
Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics
English language skills - ATO oral and written test