ATPL Theory (Distance)


The EASA modular ATPL theory program trains pilots holding a Private Pilot Licence (PPL) to pass all fourteen EASA Part-FCL ATPL(A) theoretical examinations. Upon course completion and having passed all fourteen examinations, the pilot will meet the theoretical knowledge requirements for the Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL). This course can be completed in 10 months.


  • Live Video Conference Theory Training

    For highly motivated, working students who cannot attend our 100% onsite APTL Theory course.

    Who is it aimed at

    Staying true to our commitment to remove barriers and to ensure that high-quality aviation training is available to more and more talented individuals who dream of becoming pilots, we are very excited to have set up this new training option that will definitely increase access opportunities to ATPL Theory training for those students:

    • who may need to continue part-time working while completing their studies; and
    • who need to cut down housing expenses during the course period.

  • 650 Theoretical Hours

    • 650  Theoretical ATPL hours –  Tailored syllabus
    • Digital Training Material
    • Best training material – Jeppesen ATPL digital library permanent licence
    • Digital internal exams – Own platform with +10,000 questions
    • Tuition time – Weekly revision in small groups for learning reinforcement

    Specific features and Requirements

    This new Live Distance Training option sticks to the very same structure, total hours, syllabus and learning experience as our onsite training option, except for the fact of using a virtual classroom instead of physical one for Theoretical Knowledge Training purposes.

    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.

    Ensuring a dynamic classroom experience is key and this is achieved 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.

Price & installment


Competitive prices
Pay as you go in monthly installments
Custom bank financing




Standard pre-requisites:

  • English language equivalent to ICAO Level 4
  • Hold a current EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Hold a current Private Pilot Licence (Aeroplane)
  • Be at least 18 years old

An admissions interview is conducted to assess the candidate’s level of suitability for the course, as well as his/her level of motivation.


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