ATP(A) – airline transport pilot (aeroplane) – integrated course

In accordance with EASA standards: PART-FCL

The ATPL(A) Integrated Course – Airline Pilot (Airplane) is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as a commercial pilot in civil aviation. No prior flying experience is required to begin the training. The goal of the course is to obtain the qualification of a commercial pilot for civil aviation. Upon completion of the course, graduates will be able to apply for the position of a co-pilot on multi-crew multi-engine aircraft in commercial air transport. The successful completion of the training results in obtaining a CPL(A) license with ME/IR qualifications, completion of the MCC course, and the Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) course.



Graduates of the Integrated ATPL(A) Course will obtain a Commercial Pilot License CPL(A) for civil aviation and all necessary qualifications to work as a pilot on multi-crew multi-engine aircraft in commercial air transport for any airline requiring a license according to EASA (European) standards.


The Integrated ATPL(A) Airline Pilot Course consists of:

  • ATPL(A) Theory Course – includes 13 subjects for theoretical knowledge training. It comprises a total of 750 hours of instruction, with 160 hours in the classroom and 560 hours of computer-based training (CBT). CBT training is conducted remotely.
  • Flight Training supplemented with basic theory for flight training. The syllabus includes a total of 211 hours of flight training, including 55 hours in a certified simulator.

Subjects: Basic Flight Training (PPL), Navigation Flights (PPL), Night Training (VFR NIGHT), Instrument Flying (IR), Multi-Engine Aircraft (MEP), Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (Advanced UPRT), Multi-Crew Cooperation Training (MCC).


  • Knowledge of mathematics and physics at the high school level. These skills are demonstrated by the student’s high school diploma or state examination in mathematics or physics, or by a written test of knowledge at BLUE SKY AVIATION.
  • Completed secondary education – high school diploma.
  • English proficiency: Knowledge of the English language at least at level B1 according to the international standard CEFR – intermediate.

Holders of PPL(A/H) licenses can count 50% of their flight hours, up to a maximum of 40 hours. Holders of PPL(A) licenses including night qualification can count 50% of their flight hours, up to a maximum of 45 hours.


The price you will have to pay to learn to fly and obtain a pilot’s license varies from person to person and depends on many factors. The price should not be the main factor in deciding where to get your pilot’s license. When it comes to flight training, cheap is rarely good.

Basic factors affecting the cost of training:

  • Your goals in aviation
  • Type of aircraft for training with regard to goals
  • How much time can I devote to training


Your goals in flying have a significant impact on how your overall flight training will be conducted. If you want to fly only recreationally, training in an aircraft with lighter avionics will be significantly cheaper than compared to a businessman or future professional pilot.

The price of pilot training for individual pilot licenses is set in connection with the number of flight hours in the curriculum, the time of ground preparations, and theoretical instruction in the classroom. Further, it is necessary to count additional expenses for landing and other airport fees and fees for exams at authorities and payments for obtaining necessary permits for training.

In our flight school, you receive the following for your training FREE of charge:


Distance theory courses with online teaching and video conferences

Study materials included in the course price

Theory courses start 6 times a year

Possibility to customize your studies individually

Flight school near Prague

High success rate of our students in exams

Thanks to the Airbus A320 FNPT II MCC APS Simulator, our school has secured a leading position not only in the Czech Republic but also in Central Europe. The Airbus A320 FNPT II MCC simulator meets EASA requirements for Airline Pilot Standard (APS) pilot training.

The BSA aircraft fleet consists of CESSNA aircraft equipped with modern avionics used in commercial aircraft. All aircraft are carefully and regularly serviced.

Blue Sky Aviation is a certified company in the international network of CESSNA PILOT CENTER flight schools operated by the aircraft manufacturer Cessna, an American company Textron Aviation.

Pilot training from zero to professional commercial aircraft pilot according to European EASA standards. The obtained licenses and qualifications are valid in all countries of the European Union.

Don’t have enough personal funds for training? We will help you secure financing for your pilot training.

We go above and beyond to accommodate your needs and requirements, both in training and when renting aircraft. Our flight and theoretical courses are conducted in the form of individual lessons, exclusively between an instructor and a student.

Learning materials for the theory course and sample questions for exam preparation are available to you 24/7 online and offline on our unique e-Learning portal. The theory teaching materials are FREE OF CHARGE.

You can reserve the aircraft for your flights yourself in our online reservation system.

We offer our own accommodation for students of our flight school directly at our airport Kladno or next to the airport Vaclav Havel in Prague – 20 min from us.