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The ATP (A) integrated training consists of several conventional training courses, such as PPL, CPL and multi-engine and instrument rating. This internationally recognized training is the most comprehensive of those currently offered in Canada. ATP (A) offers more advanced and career-oriented airline pilot theory courses, “Crew Work CRM” training on a Transport Canada approved advanced Level 5 simulator, and the opportunity to write your Airline Transport Pilot exams as part of your training (which normally requires 750 hours of flight experience).



CRM - Crew Ressource Management

TOTAL:242.5 flight hours and 750 ground school hours

Length of the training

12 to 36 months (average)

Prior qualifications

Medical certificate category 1
High school diploma
English (functional)

The integrated training ATP (A) is made for people seeking excellence and aim to eventually work abroad or foreigners whose country of origin’s civil aviation authority requires this type of training to convert their license. As a result, verify with the civil aviation authority from your country of origin if this training is recognized.


242.5 hours

  • 158.5 solo flight hours
  • 30 multi engine flight hours
  • 54 hours in the simulator

Flight tests private license, professional license, multi engine and IFR


750 hours theory ground training

  • Canadian aviation regulations
  • Meteorology
  • Engine, airframe and systems
  • Flight instruments
  • Theory of radio and electronics
  • Navigation
  • Flight operations
  • License delivery conditions
  • Human factors in pilot decision
  • ATPL
  • High altitude
  • International flights
  • CRM
  • Turbine (PT6 Pratt&Whitney)

Written test private, commercial, IFR, ATPL (SARON, SAMRA)

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