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ATPL MODULAR DISTANCE LEARNING THEORY

For the deeper understanding!

Expand your knowledge and explore endless possibilities!


Unlock the world of professional aviation and deepen your theoretical knowledge.

With the EASA ATPL(A) Theoretical Credit you can…

– skip fundamental theoretical subjects in any modular training program (e.g. IR(A), CPL(A))
– pursue professional qualifications (e.g. MCC, JOT)
– secure eligibility for type rating and more

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

Theoretical instruction of the core subjects are available through the Airwin Virtual Classroom environment.

ALL-DIGITAL ADMINISTRATION

Airwin Training Management System (TMS) provides clean insight on student progress and schedule.

585

hours self-study

65

hours virtual classroom

33

weeks duration

Pre-Entry Requirements

General Requirements


– Minimum age 18.
– Hold valid EASA PPL(A) 
– Part-MED Class 2 or 1 medical certificate

Crediting Theoretical Knowledge


Crediting exisiting theoretical credits are not possible for this course. The followings cannot be credited:
– CPL(A) Theoretical Credit
– IR(A) Theoretical Credit
– ICAO ATPL(A) Theoretical Credit

CPL(A) Holders


Holders of an EASA Commercial Pilot License (Aeroplane) will be credited with 225 self-study hours and 25 hours of classroom instruction which will be deducted from the course.

IR(A) Holders


Valid EASA IR(A) rating holders might be credited with the followings with respect to their pilot license:
– PPL(A) + IR(A) 135 hours self-study, 15 hours classroom
– CPL(A) + IR(A) 360 hours self-study, 40 hours classroom

This training program is approved in accordance with EASA AMC and GM documentation.

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Course Structure

Section I.: Introduction to Commercial Air Transportation

Students will be introduced to the core subjects creating the foundation of further topics during the course such as the composition of the international standard atmosphere or the regulatory background required to be aware of as a professional pilot. Understanding the teaching and learning process with the key fundamentals of the distance learning training program serves as a key tool to facilitate progression during the whole training program.

Section I.

Introduction to Commercial Air Transportation


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EASA CODE

Subject Title

Progress test

Supervisied Self-study

Classroom lectures

Instructor Acces

Training weeks

10

Air Law

4

35

5

3

2

70

Operational Procedure

6

45

5

5

3

40

Human Performance and Limitation

4

35

5

3

2

50

Meteorology

6

55

5

5

3

AREA 100

Formative Assessment LO 02 01 00 / 02 02 00

1

-

2

-

-

Cell
Cell

21

170

22

16

10

Section II.: Aircraft General Knowledge

All of the technical aspects of aviation are going to be introduced during this section. Understanding the technological background used for the design and manufacture of aircrafts used in the everyday commercial environment is the fundamental tool to serve a proper understanding of the latter introduced ‘Flight Performance and Planning’ methods. Students will be introduced to the certification criteria and common industry standard practices during the manufacture and maintenance of the equipment used for everyday operaion.

Section II.

Aircraft General Knowledge


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EASA CODE

Subject Title

Progress test

Supervisied Self-study

Classroom lectures

Instructor Acces

Training weeks

21

Aircraft General Knowledge – Airframe, systems

4

35

2

3

2

21

Aircraft General Knowledge – Powerplant

4

35

2

3

2

21

Aircraft General Knowledge – Electrics and electronics

3

25

1

1

1

225

Aircraft General Knowledge – Instrumentation

4

35

5

3

2

AREA 100

First Summative Assessment

1

-

2

-

-



16

170

12

10

7

Section III.: Navigation and Radio Transmission

This section is intended to introduce the key aspects of general navigation and the fundamental methods used during radio navigation while pilots are using electrical communication equipment on-board to facilitate navigation with both internal and external aids.

Section III.

Navigation and Radio Transmission


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Subject Title

Progress test

Supervisied Self-study

Classroom lectures

Instructor Acces

Training weeks

61

Navigation – General Navigation

6

55

5

9

3

62

Navigation – Radio Navigation

4

35

5

3

2

90

Communications

4

35

5

3

2

AREA 100

Mental Math

1

-

2

-

-

Cell


15

125

17

15

7

Section IV.: Principles of Flight Operation

This section is intended to summarize all previously covered subjects and put the recently acquired knowledge into actual practice. The aim is to enable students to conduct industry-standard, proper pre-flight preparation with mid-flight administration and post-flight briefing. The practical utilization of the common techniques is forming an inevitable part of the training to facilitate safe and efficient operation of entrusted professional equipment such as the aircraft itself.

Section IV.

Principles of Flight Operation


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Subject Title

Progress test

Supervisied Self-study

Classroom lectures

Instructor Acces

Training weeks

81

Principles of Flight – Aeroplanes

6

55

5

9

3

31

FPM – Mass and Balance

4

35

5

3

2

32

FPM – Performance

4

35

5

3

2

33

FPM – Flight Planning and Monitoring

4

35

5

3

2

AREA 100

Second Summatiev Assessment

1

-

2

-

-


Cell

19

160

22

18

9

Official Theoretical Examination

Upon completion of each section, the Training Department issues an official recommendation dedicated to the licensing or examining authority. The recommendation includes the results of the home examinations passed for each subject.

A few things we’re great at

For the Flight Instructor training program, we packed together everything you need to gain experience from the beginning…

Virtual Classroom Instruction

Study from your office or home and consult with Airwin Instructors online.

All Electronic Administration

We save the planet for the future generation of pilots. Airwin trainings are paperless!

eCQB 2020 and Area 100 KSA

Our course is approved and compatible with the latest learning objectives and revisions of the ATPL(A) theoretical syllabus.

Our pricing plan

standard

2,760 €

Supervised Self-Study
12 months access to AE Question Bank
65 hours virtual classroom lectures
Instructor access via e-mail

professional

3,760 €

Supervised self-study
12 months access to AE Question Bank
65 hours virtual classroom + 63 hours dedicated instructor access
eBooks for all ATPL(A) Theory subjects
1-hour intro flight with Airwin’s Aero AT3-R100 Garmin aircraft

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