Integrated ATPL(A) programme pathway

Do you want to become a professional pilot? Do it by gaining an advantageous EASA approved pilot licence with BAA Training and start your perspective pilot profession career.

ATPL Integrated training programme is the fastest way to acquire a commercial pilot licence allowing you to start working for an airline. This is an intensive training programme designed for those with no previous flying experience who are willing to proceed as First Officers on multi-engine commercial aircraft and continue their career moving to Captain‘s seat. Once you have finished with the training, you will obtain ATPL Frozen (CPL (A)/IR/ME + ATPL theory) licence.

In order to start the Integrated ATPL(A) programme you have to pass an assessment consisting of Profile XT (personality assessment), Compass (aptitude assessment), an English test and a Structural interview. During the training, which ranges from 20 to 25 months, you will do 14 ATPL subject theory course under EASA standards combined with 215 hours of practical training on a Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer, a real aircraft and a Full Flight Simulator.

Integrated ATPL(A) programme pathway

Do you want to become a professional pilot? Do it by gaining an advantageous EASA approved pilot licence with BAA Training and start your perspective pilot profession career.

ATPL Integrated training programme is the fastest way to acquire a commercial pilot licence allowing you to start working for an airline. This is an intensive training programme designed for those with no previous flying experience who are willing to proceed as First Officers on multi-engine commercial aircraft and continue their career moving to Captain‘s seat. Once you have finished with the training, you will obtain ATPL Frozen (CPL (A)/IR/ME + ATPL theory) licence.

In order to start the Integrated ATPL(A) programme you have to pass an assessment consisting of Profile XT (personality assessment), Compass (aptitude assessment), an English test and a Structural interview. During the training, which ranges from 20 to 25 months, you will do 14 ATPL subject theory course under EASA standards combined with 215 hours of practical training on a Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer, a real aircraft and a Full Flight Simulator.

Minimum entry requirements

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Age

Over 18 years old

Education

Secondary or higher

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

Personal competence and aptitude

All candidates must go through special tests and interviews developed by the selection commission of the BAA Training for social competence and aptitude assessment

Theoretical preparation

Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance. During the assessment, the school and exam grades of these disciplines are evaluated additionally. A special skill assessment can be organised by the academy for those having low or no grades from their secondary school

Minimum entry requirements

Age

Over 18 years old

Education

Secondary or higher

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

Personal competence and aptitude

All candidates must go through special tests and interviews developed by the selection commission of the BAA Training for social competence and aptitude assessment

Theoretical preparation

Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance. During the assessment, the school and exam grades of these disciplines are evaluated additionally. A special skill assessment can be organised by the academy for those having low or no grades from their secondary school

Course content

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Course content

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THEORETICAL TRAINING

Theoretical part consists of 14 subjects (792 hours with exams) to be completed in 6-8 months.

  • Air law
  • Communication
  • Operating procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance
  • Principles of flight
  • Aircraft operation manual
NTS TRAINING

BAA Training introduces a new non-technical module in theoretical training – Pilot career development through NTS (Non-Technical Skills). This module is designed for students to develop skills and competences important for a successful pilot career: leadership, co-operation, teamwork, communication and other.

 

NTS training is prepared according to a new requirement from EASA to implement a new training course Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes). This course will be mandatory for every training provider from 2022. BAA Training becomes one of the first training providers to add NTS training into its training syllabus – an extended training program is available from spring 2019.

BAA Training introduces a new non-technical module in theoretical training – Pilot career development through NTS (Non-Technical Skills). This module is designed for students to develop skills and competences important for a successful pilot career: leadership, co-operation, teamwork, communication and other.

 

NTS training is prepared according to a new requirement from EASA to implement a new training course Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes). This course will be mandatory for every training provider from 2022. BAA Training becomes one of the first training providers to add NTS training into its training syllabus – an extended training program is available from spring 2019.

Course duration: 37 hours

Course Duration: 37 hours

I PART. GROUPII PART. PROFESSIONIII PART. CAREER
1st meeting reviewAviation Business Trends & Pilot ProfessionATPL Theory revision before job interview
COMPETENCES to develop:Search and Selection process in the Airline & Introducing Airline CompaniesADVANCED Compass test
1. Co-operation2nd group meetingJob Interview Training (group training) 1
2. Leadership & Managerial Skills and teamworkJob Interview Training (group training) 2
3. Problem Solving & Decision MakingSession in the FFS
4. Workload Management & Situational Awareness3rd final meeting
Individual consultations

I PART. GROUP

  • 1st meeting review

Competences to develop:

  • Co-operation
  • Leadership & Managerial Skills and teamwork
  • Problem Solving & Decision Making
  • Workload Management & Situational Awareness

 

II PART. PROFESSION

  • Aviation Business Trends & Pilot Profession
  • Search and Selection process in the Airline & Introducing Airline Companies
  • 2nd group meeting

 

III PART. CAREER

  • ATPL Theory revision before job interview
  • ADVANCED Compass test
  • Job Interview Training (group training) 1
  • Job Interview Training (group training) 2
  • Session in the FFS
  • 3rd final meeting
  • Individual consultations
FLIGHT TRAINING

Flight training consists of 200 hours including Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer, single-engine and multi-engine aircraft.

  • 149 hours – single-engine aircraft
  • 14 hours – multi-engine aircraft
  • 37 hours – FNPT II (Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer)

*Flight training sessions take place all year round.

 

BAA Training fleet consists of of four Cesna 172S, eleven Tecnam P2002JF, two Tecnam P2006T, one Cabri G-2. Find out more about our fleet here.

MCC TRAINING

MCC Training consists of 25 hours theoretical training and 15 hours of flight training at Full Flight Simulator (without motion system).

CAA EXAMINATION
  • Air law
  • Communication
  • Operating procedures
  • Mass and balance
  • Instrumentation
  • Meteorology
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight planning
  • Performance
  • General navigation
  • Radio navigation
  • Human performance
  • Principles of flight
  • Aircraft operation manual
INCLUDED

You will be provided with all the material needed for your successful training at BAA Training.

  • ATP(A) CBT (Bristol ATP theory software)
  • BAA bag
  • Vol.5 Radio Navigation e-book
  • NM-2 ruler
  • PP-1 protractor
  • CB-3 knee board
  • CRP-5
  • Tailor-made uniform
  • Polo shirts for flight season
  • Vol. 1 Flying training e-book
  • Logbook
INVESTMENT & FUNDING

Included:

  • All the material needed for your successful training
  • Flight training and airport fees
  • Tailor-made uniform and polo shirts for the flight season

 

Not included:

  • Assessment procedure
  • Medical examination for EASA Class 1 Medical. Read more about the procedure here. Please note, that it may be cheaper to have your medical examination in Lithuania as a fee for it is 296,60 € for men and 308,78 € for women (the same procedure in the UK would cost approximately 660 €*)
  • Living expenses and accommodation (you can compare prices in Vilnius and your own city here)
  • CAA exams (a fee for one exam at Lithuanian CAA is 26 €*, while it costs 76 €* in the UK)
  • Issuing of professional licence at Lithuanian CAA costs 118 €* (while it costs 285 €* in the UK)

*Please note that the price is subject to change.

 

Funding

There are several options for students to get a partial or full funding for flight training. It is either a bank loan or different funding institutions in various countries. Find out more.

Please note that BAA Training does not provide financial support.

WHERE WILL YOU TRAIN AND LIVE

A theoretical part of your training is conducted at the academy headquarters in Vilnius, Lithuania. Take a 360 tour.

„QS Best Student Cities 2018″ placed Vilnius among TOP 100 best cities in the world for international students. According to the ranking indicators, the capital of Lithuania has a fairly low cost of living compared to other European capitals.

The city of Vilnius perfectly combines high-quality studies with unforgettable entertainment and comfortable living for a reasonable cost. Living in Vilnius can pose a unique experience for every student interested in discovering a new culture and travelling around. You can find plenty of hangout spots there such as wonderful historical places, cosy cafes, local markets, a variety of restaurants and nightclubs. Being in the heart of Europe, it is pretty easy to travel around, as you can easily reach even the furthermost cities in a few hours. Also, Vilnius has an easy access to nature within walking distance.

For the long term accommodation we offer LOOP hotel. The newly-built hotel of contemporary design, located next to the BAA Training premises, will provide you with a comfortable stay. LOOP hotel is located 1 kilometre away from the International Vilnius Airport and 3 kilometres away from the city centre.

The practical training will be held at one of our aerodromes. You could find more information about the aerodromes here.

If you have your practical training at Kaunas flight base, you can choose between staying in Vilnius and commuting to the aerodrome every day or temporarily moving to Kaunas. BAA Training could offer several partner hotels in Kaunas at affordable prices.

If you have your practical training at Lleida-Alguaire International Airport in Spain, BAA Training will also provide you with all the necessary information needed for staying there.

Lleida-Alguaire Airport is 150 km away from Barcelona’s city centre and you could easily reach the city by using public transport or by renting a car. BAA Training will inform you about transportation prices and accommodation possibilities. The academy has a number of partner hotels and apartments to stay in the area or you can choose one by yourself.

In Lleida, the famous Spanish sunshine is what you get here free of charge. Besides, food and culture are the main things you also need to enjoy in Spain. Lleida offers a wide variety of landscapes from the high Pyrenees mountains to national parks. In addition, Lleida is rich in its monumental heritage – historical churches and museums. You could also visit plenty of local pubs, cafes and restaurants to taste local dishes and drinks or to hang out with friends.

With Spain’s warm climate and outdoor lifestyle, you may find yourself spending much of your free time sitting at cafés, enjoying the sun, or exploring the cultural monuments.

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Interview with an ATPL training program student from Vietnam

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I chose the Integrated ATPL, because it's effective - I was able to finish it in just over 1,5 years. I found all the instructors to be very helpful and they really put energy and time into teaching both the theory and the flying part.

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