Airline Transport Pilot Licence

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Act as second in command or pilot in command of a 2 crew member aircraft.


Private Pilot Licence
Night Rating
Commercial Pilot Licence
Multi Engine Rating
Multi Engine Instrument Rating

(Professional Pilot Course takes care of these requirements)


Complete the SAMRA and SARON examinations. Online Ground School Preparation Course

Completed a minimum of 1500 hours total flight time of which a minimum of 900 hours shall have been completed in aeroplanes.
250 hours pilot-in-command flight time in aeroplanes
The pilot-in-command and/or pilot-in-command under supervision flight time shall include a minimum of 100 hours cross-country flight time of which a minimum of 25 hours shall have been by night;
100 hours night flight time as pilot-in-command or as co-pilot of which a minimum of 30 hours shall have been acquired in aeroplanes;
100 additional hours cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command or 200 hours as co-pilot or any combination
75 hours instrument flight time of which a maximum of 25 hours may have been acquired in approved instrument ground trainers and a maximum of 35 hours may have been acquired in helicopters.

What is the Airline Transport Pilot Licence?


From zero flying experience to a Commercial Pilot, Multi Instrument Rating with 200 hours takes about 12 months. After the training if the candidate works as a flight instructor for example, he/she would accumulate another 1300 hours in about 18 months. For a total of 30 months (2.5 years) to obtain the Airline Transport Licence.

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