COPTERING Flight Academy

Integrated ATPL(H)-IR Pilot Training Course

Integrated ATPL(H)-IR Pilot Training Course

                    
With the Integrated ATPL(H)-IR license you’ll be able to safely operate any single-pilot twin-engine helicopter engaged in commercial air transport even under IFR

COPTERING Flight Academy

Integrated ATPL(H)-IR Pilot Training Course

Integrated ATPL(H)-IR Pilot Training Course

                    

Course Description

The Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License with Instrument Rating ATPL(H)-IR programme will get you from zero to your license in a single course, structured in phases and subjects. With this license, you’ll be able to safely operate a single pilot twin-engine helicopter engaged in commercial air transport in IFR

Prerequisites

Students must meet the following requirements:

  • Pass the class 1 medical evaluation.
  • Be at least 17 years old.
  • Be in possession of the Bachelor degree or equivalent.
  • Students can start the course without previous experience or as holders of a PPL(H). Students who hold a PPL(H), will be credited 50% of the corresponding experience, up to a maximum of:
    • 40 hours, of which up to 20 can be instruction in double command, or
    • 50 hours, of which up to 25 can be instruction in double command, if the night flight rating has been obtained on a helicopter.

Programme Duration

  • From 12 to 36 months depending on the student’s availability

Course Structure

The course is composed of:

  • Theoretical Knowledge Ground School: 775 hours.
  • Cabri G2 Helicopter Training: 130 hours
  • Twin-turbine Helicopter Training: 10 hours
  • Training in FNPT II MCC Simulator (including MCC course): 55 hours

Upon completion of the instruction, the student will be required to take the CPL(H) proficiency test and the IR(H) proficiency test on an IFR-certified twin-engine helicopter.

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