EASA integrated ATPL

Airline Pilot Program



This is a 18 month* non-stop, full time residential training programme aiming to train the pilot to the level of profeciency necessary to operate as a co-pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes in commercial air transport and to obtain a CPL/IR license.


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* 18 months duration assuming normal learning progress

Total Course Duration (Normal Progress) 18 months
Flight Training SEP (Single Engine Piston) 10 months / 134 flight hours
Flight Training MEP (Multi Engine Piston) 3 months / 33 flight hours
MCC (Multi-Crew Cooperation) 1 month / 15 flight hours
Theoretical Training (Classroom Instruction) 7 months / 750 theory hours

PRICE:   USD 85 955 :- 


Start dates


  • 20 July 2020
  • 28 September 2020
  • 07 December 2020

Can you handle the action ?

Flying in Sweden means hardcore flight training action in different weather conditions and a variating landscape. The question is, can you handle the action?

Picture this: The action starts already from your first flight out of our home base at Stockholm-Skavsta international airport. You will fly next to the big passenger jets from RyanAir, Wizzair etc, and you will communicate with real Air Traffic Controllers. You will have to keep your nerves in check and apply the knowledge from your theory studies and from the pre-flight briefing with your flight instructor. The whole point with our training is to give you the skills, the procedures and the confidence of an airline pilot even though you are manouvering a small aircraft.

Sweden has actually a perfect weather climate for airline pilot training. You will learn how to handle different weather conditions in a variating landscape and you will develop real pilot skills based on real life action rather than just reading about it in a book. This experience is exactly what the airlines are looking for in a first officer, not people who have been joy riding in a blue sky during all training.

Thanks to the gulf stream, Sweden has a hot summer season with temperatures between +25C (77F) to +30C (86F) and, because of our geographical position far north, we also have more daylight hours in the summer than anywhere else. This allow us to fly a lot more VFR in the summer time. The winter season is of course colder, but also more dry, which means a clear sky. And in our state-of-the-art flight simulators, the air condition is always perfect ;)

Integrated ATPL programme  |  syllabus


3 weeks

Theoretical Training


Theory Phase 1 - Elementary ATPL  (PPL level)

3 weeks full time classroom instruction distributed as follows:


  • Air Law   (LAW)   8 hours
  • Principles of Flight   (POF)   16 hours
  • Aircraft General Knowledge   (AGK)   15 hours
  • Human Performance & Limitations   (HPL)   8 hours
  • Radio Communications   (COM)   5 hours
  • Navigation   (NAV)   14 hours
  • Flight Performance & Planning   (FPP)   10 hours
  • Meteorology   (MET)   14 hours


Flight Training





8 weeks

Theoretical Training


Long Briefings

Long briefings (group briefings) are  provided throughout Flight Training Phase 1 and 2 in order to step by step facilitate translation of theoretical knowledge into real-life flight operation skills.


Flight Training

Flight Training Phase 1

Exercises up to the first solo flight comprise a total of at least 14 hours dual flight instruction on a SEP aeroplane including:

  • Pre-flight operations, mass and balance determination, aeroplane inspection and servicing.
  • Aerodrome and traffic pattern operations, collision avoidance and precautions.
  • Control of the aeroplane by external visual references.
  • Normal take-offs and landings.
  • Flight at critically low air speeds, recognition of recovery from incipient and full stalls, spin avoidance.
  • Unusual attitudes and simulated engine failure.

Flight Training Phase 2

Exercises up to the first solo cross-country flight comprise a total of at least 10 hours of dual flight instruction and at least 16 hours solo flight including:

  • Maximum performance (short field and obstacle clearance) take-offs and short-field landings;  
  • Flight by reference solely to instruments, including the completion of a 180 ° turn
  • Dual cross-country flying using external visual references, DR and radio navigation aids, diversion procedures;
  • Aerodrome and traffic pattern operations at different aerodromes;
  • Crosswind take-offs and landings;
  • Abnormal and emergency procedures and manoeuvres, including simulated aeroplane equipment malfunctions;
  • Operations to, from and transiting controlled aerodromes, compliance with ATS procedures, R/T procedures and phraseology;
  • Knowledge of meteorological briefing arrangements, evaluation of weather conditions for flight and use of AIS.  


32 weeks

Theoretical Training

Theory Phase 2A - Advanced ATPL  

14 weeks full time classroom instruction distributed as follows:

  • Mass & Balance  (M&B)  35 hours
  • Performance  (PERF)  35 hours
  • Operational Procedures  (OPS)  25 hours
  • Flight Planning  (FP)  35 hours
  • Air Law  (LAW)  40 hours
  • Human Performance & Limitations  (HPL)  50 hours
  • VFR Communications  (VFR)  15 hours

Theory Phase 2B - Advanced ATPL  

14 weeks full time classroom instruction distributed as follows:

  • Principles of Flight  (PF)  40
  • Airframes, Systems  (AS)  40
  • Instrumentation  (INS)  40
  • Power Plant  (PP)  40
  • General Navigation  (NAV GEN)  90
  • Radio Navigation  (RAD NAV)  90
  • Meteorology  (MET)  70
  • IFR Communications  (IFR)  15 

Flight Training


Flight Training Phase 3

Exercises up to the VFR navigation progress test comprise a total of at least 5 hours of dual instruction and at least 41 hours as PIC.

The dual instruction and testing up to the VFR navigation progress test comprise:  


  • Repetition of exercises of phases 1 and 2;  
  • VFR flight at relatively critical high air speeds, recognition of and recovery from spiral dives;  
  • VFR navigation progress test conducted by an FI not connected with the applicant’s training;
  • Night flight time including take-offs and landings as PIC.

Examination   |  ATPL Theory


12 weeks

Theoretical Training




Flight Training

Flight Training Phase 4

Exercises up to the instrument rating skill test comprise:

  • 99 hours instrument time, of which 40 hours is instrument ground time in an FNPT II conducted by an FI or an authorised SFI;
  • 55 hours instrument time flown as SPIC on actual aircraft;  
  • Pre-flight procedures for IFR flights, including the use of the flight manual and appropriate ATS documents in the preparation of an IFR flight plan;
  • Procedures and manoeuvres for IFR operation under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions covering at least:

(a)   transition from visual to instrument flight on take-off;  

(b)   SIDs and arrivals;  

(c)   en-route IFR procedures;  

(d)   holding procedures;  

(e)   instrument approaches to specified minima;  

(f)   missed approach procedures;  

(g)   landings from instrument approaches, including circling.  

  • In-flight manoeuvres and specific flight characteristics;  
  • Operation of an ME aeroplane, including operation of the aeroplane solely by reference to instruments with one engine simulated inoperative, and engine shut-down and restart (the latter training at a safe altitude or carried out in the FSTD). 

Examination   |  CPL / IR Skill Test


4 weeks

Theoretical Training


Multi-Crew Cooperation Theory

3 days full time classroom instruction in the following subjects:


  • Introduction
  • Health & Safety
  • Part-FCL Requirements
  • Threat Error Management
  • Human Error
  • Decision Making
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Crew Resource Management
  • Summary


Flight Training

Flight Training Phase 5

Multi-Crew Cooperation syntetic flight training for proficiency in operating multi-pilot aeroplane under IFR:

  • Min. 15 hours in FSTD JET