ATPL Integrated


AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT LICENCE (ATPL) – The aim of the EASA approved integrated (ATP) First Officer/Co-Pilot 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).

At QUALITY FLY, ATP Programs start every two months, thus we have new intakes every January, March, May, July, September and November.

Upon course completion the licensed pilot will hold an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and a Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence (Frozen ATPL)


  • 205 Flight Hours

    130 Hours SEP –  Single Engine Piston Aircraft Training on VFR flights

    15 Hours MEP –  Multi Engine Piston Aircraft Training

    40 Hours SEP IFR – Single Engine Piston Aircraft Training
    20 Hours MCC – Multi Crew Coordination FNTP II PBN Certified Aircraft B200
  • 800 Theoretical Hours

    750 ATP Theoretical Hours –  Tailored Syllabus

    50 Hours Enrichment Training

    Paperless Training Material – iPad included

    Jeppesen and Bristol Exam Preparation – the leader in aviation exam preparation

  • 12 Month Course

    For highly motivated students with a preexisting foundation in mathematics and physics, this program features simultaneous theoretical and flight training.

     18 Month Programme

    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.

Price & installment

€ 59.650 

(12 month course)

Competitive prices – Thanks to our low cost structure
Pay as you go – Progressive payment via monthly installments
Tailored bank finance – from 650€/month & up to 2 years Vesting



Special Price for PPL Holders

Enrol in our integrated ATP Program and benefit from a

Reduction of € 4.050

in application of the EASA regulatory homologation of part of the PPL flight hours.


A demanding admission exam is critical in order to assess the candidate. This includes evaluating basic skills, psychometric skills, general knowledge, as well as personality and motivation. Not only is a candidate assessment required as per EASA regulations, but more importantly, it helps the candidate decide on whether a career as a pilot is actually a  good fit for them.

Standard pre-requisites:

  • 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.

The admission process includes:

  1. A curriculum vitae and a cover letter must be submitted to begin the process. If selected:
  2. An admissions interview with the head of training to determine the candidate’s commitment and for him/her to ask any remaining questions.
  3. A computer-based test to evaluate IQ (intelligent quotient) and EQ (emotional quotient) and a short interview with an aviation coach where you together jointly assess your readiness to pursue a career in aviation.

For non-native English speakers, the interview also serves as an assessment of the candidate’s English level.


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