atpl Integrated Programme

Integrated ATPL Description


Our ATPL Integrated Programme has been designed in fulfillment with EASA’s current regulations and recommendations, but also seeking to exceed compliance with its regulatory requirements:

  • It meets all the latest and future EASA requirements, such as APS MCC, UPRT, CB, TEM and KSA.
  • Additionally, it has been enhanced with 8-hrs A320 Full Flight Simulator Level D in the APS MCC and Gliding training sessions.

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here is THE only atpl integrated PROGRAMME including ffs & gliding training

Transforming the aviation training industry requires being daring and disruptive. By adding these features to our ATPL Integrated Programme we are once more pioneering the industry, driven by our commitment to ensure that you achieve the highest level of competency to fly as First Officer in the most demanding airlines around the world.

Upon programme completion, you will parcitipate in a series of Career Advice sessions where you will gain valuable insights to prepare for an airline pilot interview and ensure that you land the job.

full flight simulator level d

The last phase in our ATPL Integrated Programme is dedicated to Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) training, the aim of which is to ensure that our pilot students will develop the skills required to work in a team environment. Since these skills are essential to achieve a smooth lan­ding in airline operation, our ATPL Integrated Programme has been enhanced by including 8 hours of APS MCC training in a real Full Flight Simulator level D to create the most accurate learning enviroment. Apart from being a stunning experience:

  • Thanks to its superior level of certification you will learn more detailed and type-specific functions from experienced Type Rating Instructors -your next pilot job interview may be in a full-flight simulator, so less items left to chance.
  • If you decide to start your A320 Type Rating, the 8 APS MCC hours completed in a FFS will translate into a 6-hour credit reduction in the Type Rating -a significative cost reduction.


It is increasingly more and more com­mon that airlines add gliding sessions to their training structures with a view to improving handling skills and counteract the automation effect.

Our ATPL Integrated Programme includes complementary training consisting of three basic gliding flights plus theoretical knowlegde sessions. This module will allow you to experience one of the purest forms of flying, allowing you to perfect your flying technique or even discover manoeuvres that will be practised later on during your advanced UPRT training.

At Quality Fly, you will enjoy learning -and airlines are known for recognizing this attitude towards learning during interviews.

career advice

Upon programme completion, you will participate in a variety of workshops covering:

  • how to write an effetive résumé and a cover letter,
  • how to enhance and make the most out of our your LinkedIn profile,
  • networ­king,
  • group dynamics,
  • job interview preparation techniques; and
  • a mock interview.

course start & programme duration

Our ATPL Integrated Programme starts on the first working day every two months. We have a new intake every January, March, May, July, September and November.

You can choose the learning path that suits you better:

accelerated programme (14 months)

For highly motivated students with a preexisting foundation in mathematics and physics, this short program features simultaneous theoretical and flight training, for the fastest possible ATPL in Europe.

intensive programme (18 months)

For highly motivated students who do not have a background in mathematics and physics. Foundational theoretical training provides the framework for the flight training that follows.

part-time programme (24 months)
For highly motivated, working students who do not have full-time availability to attend our Accelerated or Intensive Programmes.

Choose the training modality that works best for you:

Live video conference Theoretical knowledge training Requirements

In the Live Distance Training modality, we use a virtual classroom instead of physical one for Theoretical Knowledge Training purposes, sticking to the very same structure, total hours, syllabus and learning experience as our onsite training option.

Ensuring a dynamic classroom experience is key. This is achieved in our classes by increasing continuous instructor-student interactions, e.g., using features like feedback and question/answer shuffling to engage our students or assessment checkpoints for greater meaning and relevance.


An excellent internet connection is essential and the use of a webcam is mandatory 100% of the time, meaning, for the entire duration of each video-conferencing session, in accordance with the current regulations.


The aim of the EASA approved integrated ATPL First Officer training program is to train pilots with no or little flying experience to operate as an airline transport pilot on a commercial aircraft operating public transport (passengers or cargo).

Upon course completion, the pilot will hold:

  • an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL); and
  • a Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence (Frozen ATPL).

Programme framework & structure

Theoretical Knowledge

Total hours: 800

  • 750  Theoretical ATPL hours –  Tailored syllabus
  • 50 Technical Training hours – Specific flight preparation


  • KSA Training Model
  • Best training material – Jeppesen ATPL digital library permanent licence
  • Paperless – iPad loaded with learning material plus online campus to access full information.


  • Digital internal exams – Own platform with +10,000 questions
  • Tuition time – Weekly revision in small groups or one to one for learning reinforcement

Flight Instruction

Total Flight Hours: 220

  • 95 SEP VFR hours – Single Engine Piston Visual Flight training, including basic and advanced UPRT, Upset Prevention and Recovery Training.
  • 35 SIM IFR hours – Instrument Flight training on FNPT II B200 Twin Engine Turboprop Simulator, including PBN (Performance Based Navigation)
  • 25 SEP IFR hours – Single-Engine  Piston Instrument Flight Training
  • 25 ME hours – Multi Engine Piston Aircraft, Visual and Instrument Fligth training
  • 40 APS MCC hours – Airline Pilot Standard Multi-Crew Cooperation training on FNPT II MCC Airbus A320 simulator -8h out of which will be on Airbus A320 Level D Flight Simulator
  • 3 Gliding Sessions – Theory and flight practice with specific focus in applications for airlines. Flight time not included in the 220 hours.

Competence Development & Assessment

KSA –  Standing for Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes, KSA is a teaching model according to which instructors do not merely deliver the theory, they also include practices and questions in relation to each subject.

Master & Unlock – Each programme phase and its set of skills is only tackled once the preliminary ones are mastered in order to ensure that no deficiencies are found in later stages as well as the acquisition of the required habits. Hard work and focus are necessary conditions from the start -the introductory phase must be completed successfully to start flying and internal exams must be passed before attending the official ones.

End-to-end Follow-up & Tuition – The necessary support is provided to ensure that the student makes the right progress. Careful follow-up is conducted by the instructors team at each stage. Weekly tuition reinforcement sessions ensure that effective learning is taking place.

Technical and non-technical Skills Development

As demanded by airlines, QUALITY FLY places a high emphasis on the development of both technical and non-te­chnical skills. Our ATPL Integrated Programme also covers:

UPRT –  It refers to the theoretical and flight training aiming for the development of the competencies required to both prevent and recover from situations in which an aircraft unintentiona­lly exceeds normal flight parameters.

ICAO Core Competencies –  Assessed throughout the entire duration of the course to guide you into developing your skills and ensure that you will use them effortlessly.

integrated atpl Price

We honour our best-return on investment promise by maintaining a low cost structure allowing us to deliver the most comprehensive training at really competitive prices.

You can pay as you go in comfortable monthly installments.

how to apply


  • English language equivalent to ICAO Level 4
  • Hold a current EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Be at least 17 years old
  • High School certificate. Bachelor’s and Master’s degree are not required but will be valued as they also will be by airline companies. Exceptions may apply, but an additional exam is required.


Step 1: Submit your Application

Aimed at evaluating your basic skills, psychometric skills, general knowledge personality and motivation as per EASA regulations but, more importantly, to help you gain insight and decide on whether pursuing a career as a pilot is right for you.

To launch the process, please submit your application, including:

  • Copy your valid passport in PDF format
  • Updated Curriculum Vitae
  • Cover letter


Step 2: Interview

If you are selected, you will be invited to an admissions interview with our Head of Training where we will evaluate your degree of commitment and you will have an opportunity to ask for any remaining questions on the programme.


Step 3: IQ/EQ Test + Coaching Interview

In this phase, you will take a computer-based test allowing us to determine both your IQ and EQ (intellicenge and emotional quotients) plus a short coaching interview (*) with an aviation expert where you will assess readiness to pursue a career in aviation.

(*) If you are a non-native English speaker, this interview will also test your ability to speak and understand English at the required level.

Do you need your questions answered swiftly? Text us!


Chris Admissions Officer




Juan Antonio Admissions Officer


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