Let’s clarify the Training Process for Integrated and Modular ATPL
To participate in an interview for an Airline as a Professional Pilot and/or a Professional co-Pilot of an aircraft, you should have four minimum requirements:
• CPL License (COMMERCIAL PILOT’S LICENSE)
• ATPL Theory (THEORY OF THE AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT’S LICENSE)
• IR MEP Rating (TWIN-ENGINE INSTRUMENT RATING)
• MCC Module Rating (MULTI-CREW CONDUCT)
There are two processes to choose from in order to reach the objectives you need: Integrated or Modular Process.
The Integrated ATPL process involves a single course that starts from scratch in a period of not less than a year and no longer than 3 years, to achieve all requirements. The course consists of a theoretical part of 750 hours and a flying part of 195 flying hours. The advantages of this course are the short time frame and the lower total cost.
The Modular ATPL process includes an implementation of singular modules in both the theoretical and the practical part. The first module to be tackled is the PPL module (Private Pilot’s License). This allows access to the second module, the theoretical ATPL course, which has a time limit of 18 months to begin and complete the initial theoretical exams and 18 months to complete the remaining exams. Having achieved the theoretical ATPL, within 36 months the candidate must be submitted to carry out the practical CPL/IR-MEP exam (Commercial Flight and Twin-Engine Instrument Rating), after which the candidate may start the MCC course (Multi-Crew).
The advantage of this process is the ability to extend the time frame of individual modules without requiring the full availability of the candidate.
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