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Integrated ATPL and Modular ATPL: What are the differences?

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Différences entre ATPL Intégré et Modulaire

 

APA Training, the airline pilot training school located in Tours, France, offers two training courses to become an airline pilot: the Integrated ATPL and the Modular ATPL.

Many students find it difficult to distinguish between these two courses. Here is a practical guide to help you understand the differences between the Integrated ATPL and the Modular ATPL.

Integrated ATPL

The Integrated ATPL is made for beginners in aeronautics. This training is accessible directly after the Baccalaureat and trains to become an airline pilot in about 22 months.

It includes 9 months of theoretical training to prepare the 14 required certificates. It is then followed by a practical training including 250 hours of flight on single-engine and twin-engine aircraft, and flight simulator.

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Modular ATPL

The Modular ATPL is designed for trainees who already hold a private pilot’s licence (PPL). It is an individual and personalised training course that allows students to obtain the CPL IR/ME and MEP at their own pace. Some pre-requisites are necessary to integrate this training.

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