INTEGRATED Airline Transport Pilot Training Program
Your fast track solution for the airliners!
Start your training today and be the pilot of tomorrow!
Airwin launched Europe’s most comprehensive Airline Pilot Training program to train the next generation of commercial air transport flight crew.
18-24 months of super-intensive full-time, airline standard training with true aviation professionals.
Theoretical instruction of the core subjects are available through the Airwin Virtual Classroom environment.
The entire training is designed to use state-of-the-art glass cockpit aircrafts with similar operating principles of the commercial air transport jets.
The Airwin Airline Transport Pilot training program is approved as an integrated course where students obtain an EASA Commercial Pilot’s License with an instrument rating and ATPL(A) theoretical credit.
The ATPL(A) Integrated Training Program comprises 6 phases including both theoretical and practical subsections.
Theoretical subjects: Air Law, Operational Procedures, Human Performance and Limitations, Meteorology, Aviation English
Flight Training: 18 hours dual instruction, 2.5 hours solo flight
Theoretical subjects: Aircraft General Knowledge – Airframe, systems; Powerplant; Electrics and Electronics; Instrumentation
Flight Training: 10 hours dual instruction, 11 hours solo flight
Theoretical subjects: General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Communications
Flight Training: 6 hours dual instruction, 40 hours solo flight
Theoretical subjects: Principles of Flight, Mass and Balance, Performance, Flight Planning and Monitoring
Flight Training: 10 hours dual instruction, 40 hours solo flight, 40 hours simulator time
Theoretical subjects: Crew Resource Management (CRM), Advanced UPRT Theory
Flight Training: 3 hours of dual instruction
Theoretical subjects: MCC Theory
Flight Training: 40 hours simulator time (only 15 hours credited towards the completion of the training program)
For general requirements please refer to regulation EU 2020/359 Appendix 3 A.
Airwin specific requirements are prescribed by the approved training manual chapter 1.2 for the ATPL(A) Integrated Training Program.
– Be at least 18 years of age.
– High school education with graduation certificate
– Proof of English knowledge equivalent to CEFR B2
All applications are processed digitally through Airwin Training Management System.
– Hold at least Part-MED Class 2 medical certificate
– Part-MED Class 1 certificate should be obtained prior to the start of training phase 3
Appointments are available at contracted Aeromedical Centers.
Apply for a pre-entry assessment day and pass the following tests:
– General Competency test
– Group exercise
– Interview with the Training Department
For more information contact us via e-mail.
Holders of valid PPL(A) or PPL(H) issued in accordance with Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention might be credited with a maximum of 40 hours of flying experience.
All applicants with no respect for previous experience should meet the other pre-entry requirements.
Our pricing plan
Everything you need to get started
Digital study material (books, CBTs)
Logbook, Aviation Charts
Access to Airwin LMS (test questions, exams)
2 sets of pilot uniform
NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE
All you need is to fly and study
APS MCC in Phase 6
Apple iPad 2020
Everything included in the standard package
Learn like a pro, fly like a pro
Crew Car to get fast to your trainings
Premium Headset with noise cancellation
Apple iPad Pro 2020
Everything included in the previous packages (except duplicates)
Arwin is proudly supports all pilots to achieve their goals in aviation.
CADET @ SUNEXPRESS
“Perhaps the best way to learn responsibility is to be given the opportunity to be responsible, especially in the early stages of your aviation career. Hence, I am glad that Airwin encourages students to make decisions about how they learn best during theory classes."
CADET @ SUNEXPRESS
"Airwin has new and nice aircrafts for training and the new location in Tököl is fairly good. Instructors were friendly and good tempered."
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