How to become an Airline Pilot

How to become an Airline Pilot

How to become an Airline Pilot through Integrated course.

  • Step 1

    Take a Medical Examination.

    It is strictly required at this point to get a Class 1 Medical that ensures you pass the medical requirements for your commercial pilot career. Most people pass without a problem. The initial Class 1 medical certificate needs to be arranged with an Aeromedical Centre (AeMC).

  • Step 2

    Get in classes for Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) theory & flight course.

    ATP(A) Integrated course is designed for students dedicated to an Airliner career . Attend theoretical classes and complete the flight training in 12-14 months, in 5 phases, according to a well organized schedule, which allows you to get a job as soon as possible. The steps are simple and specific. Attend and take exams for the 14 theoretical subjects , fly 204 hours in single and multi engine planes including MCC. After completion of the whole course you will be a holder of an ATPL (frozen) license , the basis of a magnificent career.

  • Step 3

    Finish your airline preparation.

    Now its time to consider a Type Rating on a particular aircraft.

    TAE team will guide you through its experience in monitoring and its partnerships in the world wide commercial Aviation market.

How to become an airline Pilot through Modular courses.

  • Step 1

    Take a Medical Examination.

    This isn’t strictly required at this point but getting a Class 1 Medical sooner rather than later ensures you don’t invest too much in a commercial pilot career before being sure you pass the medical requirements. Most people pass without a problem.The initial medical needs to be arranged with an Aeromedical Centre (AeMC).

  • Step 2

    Get the Private Pilot's Licence (PPL).

    This is the first step to become a pilot. There are two parts to a PPL course - theoretical knowledge and flight. For the PPL theoretical there is a minimum of 100 hours of ground school training for 9 subjects.
    For the flight training, there is a minimum of 45 hours flying lessons. These are arranged into exercises which cover the basic skills required to safely fly an aircraft.

  • Step 3

    Get your flight hours built up.

    After you have obtained your PPL Licence, you would need to fly the aircraft as a pilot in command, building up your experience as a pilot. This would need to total 100 hours as Pilot in Command including a 300 nautical mile cross-country flight. In addition to this, you would typically do the 5 hours Night Rating course.

  • Step 4

    Take an Airline Transport Pilots Licence (ATPL) theory course.

    The ATPL theory provides the combined theoretical knowledge required to become qualified as an airline pilot. For the ATPL theory, there are 14 subjects to be examined in. Options include taking this course full time in a classroom or as a distance learning course.

  • Step 5

    Take a Single-Engine Instrument Rating (IR) flight course.

    The aim of the course is to train pilots to operate aeroplanes under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) and in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions) on a single piston engline aeroplane.

  • Step 6

    Take a Multi-Engine Piston rating (MEP) class rating.

    For the MEP class rating, there is a minimum of 6 hours flying lessons. These are combined with 10 hours of theory instruction.

  • Step 7

    Take a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (IR) flight course.

    The aim of the course is to train MEP class holders to operate aeroplanes under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) and in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions). For the MEP/IR rating, there is a minimum of 5 hours flying lessons.

  • Step 8

    Take a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) flight course.

    For the CPL flight training, there is a minimum of 15 hours of flight training. These are arranged into exercises which cover advanced aircraft handling skills, flying to much tighter tolerances than at PPL level.

  • Step 9

    Complete your Multi Crew Co-operation course.

    You will be required to have completed a Multi Crew Co-operation Course (MCC) before your type rating and being able to apply for airline jobs.

  • Step 10

    Finish your airline preparation.

    Now its time to consider a Type Rating on a particular aircraft.

    TAE team will guide you through its experience in monitoring and its partnerships in the world wide commercial Aviation market.