All ATP(L) licenses can be converted to an EASA - ATPL.
There are several requirements you have to fulfil to do so.
The Conversion consist of two parts
You have to do the ATPL-EASA-Theory training and you have to pass the 14 written exams.
The study of the theory you can do with our residential training course or with our distance learning course on the ATPL level - we are offering both possibilities !
There is no ground school required - because you are holding a ATPL (ICAO).
Our Theory-Training is with the CAA-UK, so you have to pass the written exams in one of the CAA-UK test centres. One of this test centres is with us in Jerez.
There is no flight Training required!
If you are holding a valid and current rating of an MPA (Mulit-Pilot-Aircaft) and having passed the ATPL written exams you can strait go to do a skill test on a MPA Aircraft (where you are holding a valid ICAO-Rating) the skill test can also be done on a FFS
and it have to be done with any EASA examiner for this rating.
When you have passed the Rating- EASA- skill test, the Authority will issue the full ATPL.
Your experience have to be the required minimum what is set in EASA requirements to issue a ATPL.
(in case check the EASA requirements...!)
To get an EASA- ATPL license you need to have a Class 1 Medical.
According the EASA regulations, the Authority where the Medical is issued will be your license issuing Authority
The best, do it beforehand in the UK or
Don´t do a medical in an other country in Europe.
To fly in Europe you need to have a EASA- Radio Telephony (RT) licence.
All EASA - Pilots have to have at least a Level 4 of the ICAO language grading.
The Test have to be done with an EASA test centre. (ICAO test and certificates are not valid)
Your EASA - PPL will be issued by the CAA-UK
(or in case in the state where you Medical is administrated)
We are certified by:
and with the CAA of:
France, Belguim, Portugal, Noway, Finland, Sweden, Italien... and more...
to conduct Skill Test and LPC