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Training required for the PPL(A) private pilot licence

The course starts with theoretical training comprising 100 hours of lectures in intramural sessions or 35 hours of lectures and 65 hours of self-study in distance-learning sessions.

After the theoretical training and having passed the final exams at the ATO Exin Aviation School, the trainee obtains a certificate recognising the completion of the theoretical training required for the PPL(A) [private pilot] licence and he or she may proceed to practical training.

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Training required for the CPL(A) professional pilot licence

A person applying for the CPL(A) must be 18 years old.

Before starting the training course for the CPL(A) licence the candidate must have

  • the PPL(A) tourist pilot licence;
  • a valid medical aptitude for flight certificate of class 1;
  • completed 150 hours as a plane’s pilot;

The training course consists of theoretical and practical units.

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Training for the ATPL(A) licence

The theoretical training for the ATPL(A) licence is held at the ATO Exin Aviation School where the number of hours of theoretical training depends on the licence held and on authorisations.

Moreover, the ATO EXIN Aviation School holds training sessions recognised for licences such as

Module training for the IR(A) licence, FI(A) Flight Instructors’ Training, The STI(A) instructors training, Training for the MEP(L) licence, Night flights training, Training for the new SEP(L)-class aircraft - day and night flights.


1 - Module training for the IR(A) licence
– pilot training up to the level of proficiency required to pilot planes for IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flights and in meteorological conditions for IMC -Instrument Meteorological Conditions flights. The IR(A) theoretical training is composed of 150 hours of lectures and practical units. Completion of the ATPL(A) training authorises the trainee to start the practical training required to obtain the IR(A) licence.

The practical training consists of two modules (the basic module and the procedures module), which may be taken separately or combined. During the training sessions flights are performed in the FNPT II flight simulator (35 hours) and plane (15 hours). Having completed the practical training the trainee sits the practical LKE exam.

 

2 - FI(A) Flight Instructors’ Training - The aim of the training is to teach the Candidates/Pilots the knowledge and skills required to teach trainees for the LAPL(A), PPL(A), CPL(A) licences and in the scope of training required for other authorisations if they have met the additional requirements resulting from the legal regulation.

The training course consists of the theoretical and practical parts:
The theoretical training comprises 125 hours of lectures and practical units in learning and teaching methodologies.
For the practical training the flight instructor candidate must perform the minimum of 30 hours of flight in an aircraft. Having completed the practical training the trainee sits for the LKE practical exam.

3 - The STI(A) instructors training - This is training required for teaching a practical ground Course on the FNPT II flight simulator and for obtaining basic instructor’s skills needed to teach instruments guided flights.

4 - Training for the MEP(L) licence - Completion of the training authorises to perform flights on multi-engine aircraft.

5 - Night flights training

6 - Training for the new SEP(L)-class aircraft - day and night flights.