Global Airline Pilot Licence (FAA, EASA and UK ATPL)
250 hours | 24 Months
Become a globally licenced airline pilot (FAA, EASA and UK).
|Selection||Remote and in person assessments||1 day||Florida, UK or France|
|Flying Start||Flying and ground school to gain an FAA, EASA and UK Private Pilots Licence in one course and structured PIC flight time.||3 Months||Florida|
|FAA Instrument Rating, FAA Commercial and Multi rating.||Completing the full 40 hour ICAO FAA instrument rating, FAA Commercial certificate and multi rating giving you 213 hours flying experience at this stage.||6 Months||Florida|
|EASA and UK ATPL Ground School||Residential EASA and UK ATPL ground school studies and exams.||9 Months||UK|
|EASA and UK Commercial, Multi Rating and IR Finishing||EASA and UK commercial flight training and IR finishing tests. EASA and UK IR training and tests on the DA42 aircraft and simulator.||5 Months||UK|
The Finer Details:
End Qualifications Achieved
- FAA Commercial Multi IR
- EASA (fATPL)
- UK (fATPL)
Age 17 or older
English Proficiency Level 6
Pass the selection process
- Education minimum of High School
- Diploma, European Baccalaureate or
- GCSE (or equivalent) English and Maths
- (Grades 6+ or A-C)
FAA Class 1
EASA Class 1
UK Class 1
No previous flying experience required.
Other costs to consider
- Health insurance.
- Extra flying costs if you struggle with a particular part of the course and need a little extra.
- Unexpected major fuel price increases during the course may need to be added in the form of a surcharge.
*So much is included in this course, such as; accommodation; flights, airport transfers; shuttle bus to accommodation and shops; uniform; iPad; study materials; headset; test fees; etc, that it is easier to mention other costs. Book a consultation with us for further details.
Enrolment Deposit $20,000
Pre Instrument $55,000
Pre ATPL Ground $30,000
Pre Commercial $14,700
Is the Global licence right for me?
The next question for you is: Which airline would you most like to fly for?
Can I just do a combined UK and EASA licence and not bother with the FAA licences?
Can I fly for most of the airlines globally if I do the Global Program?
Yes, as long as you have the right to live and work in the country that the airline you want to fly operates in. Remember if you are looking to fly for a US carrier, you need 1500 hours total flight time. EASA and UK airlines normally require 250 hours minimum flight time, which this course will provide you.
Will it cost 3 times as much as just doing one of the airline licences separately?
ABSOLUTELY NOT! We have structured this course so it will only is that it will cost you around 10% more to get all three licences rather than just one!
How does it work?
First thing is first, start with our Flying Start (PPL+) course and in one combined course over 12 weeks you will gain your FAA, EASA and UK PPL, all in Florida.
Next is the all important structured Pilot-In-Command (PIC) time where you will fly all around Florida in the beautiful weather and see the wonderful sights.
Next is the full 40 hour ICAO (FAA) Instrument Rating which is recognised globally. It also allows you to build the all important Instrument PIC time. Then your FAA Commercial and Multi training.
So in 9 months you will have 200+ hours of flying time under your belt, an FAA, EASA and UK PPL, ICAO Instrument rating and a FAA Commercial and Multi rating.
I’m afraid it is now time to face up to the dreaded EASA and UK ATPL ground school exams which will take 9 months of study in the UK.
With those dreaded things out of the way, it is back to the fun flying bit and time for your EASA/UK Commercial, Multi Engine and Instrument finishing course in UK and European airspace on DA42 aircraft and simulators.
So you learnt to fly in the USA and gained your FAA Commercial elements and EASA and UK PPLs. Then completed your 9 months of ATPL studies in the UK and finished off your EASA and UK CPL Multi IR. Congratulations!
Do I have to pay for the whole course upfront?
No. It is a staged payment plan so you are always in control. A deposit to reserve your place on the course is required. Payments for most of our courses are taken before each major stage of the course. See payment plans in course details.