The aim of the course is to obtain a CPL (A) and an IR (A), including multi-crew cooperation (MCC) course to enable the pilot to operate as a co-pilot on multi pilot commercial operations, subject to holding a multi-pilot type rating.
Your theoretical knowledge and exams will be of the level required for issue of an ATPL (A) once you have completed the necessary flying experience and skills test to upgrade your licence.
You will need to complete at least 750 hours of theoretical knowledge training, plus at least 25 hours for MCC.
You will need to pass the ATPL (A) exams to demonstrate an appropriate level of theoretical knowledge.
Your skill test must be taken after completing the course on either a single or multi-engine aeroplane. You will also need to take the IR skill test on a multi-engine aeroplane.
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