Below you can find information about the course content, pricing, timeline and other course details.
In order to be eligible for the EASA Conversion Program you need to fulfill all the requirements listed below:
– Ability to obtain EASA Medical Class 1
– Passing grades in Physics, Mathematics, English (Highschool/Secondary School)
– Pass SFA Pre-Entry Assessment
Next Course Date
The next available ATP-course starts are:
– January 27th 2020
– September 14th 2020
– January 18th 2021
– May 10th 2021
– September 13th 2021
The total cost for the ATP-Program is 95,000 EUR and includes the following:
– PPL Theory (145 hours classroom training including exams)
– PPL Flight 50 hours including Night Rating
– ATPL Theory (843 hours classroom training including exams)
– PIC Flight 87 hours
– CPL ME/IR Flight 78 hours (may be subcontracted)
– MCC Flight 20 hours B737 NG simulator
– Skill test and theoretical exam fees
– Personal iPad and course literature
– Personal flight bag, uniform and accessories
– Accommodation at campus
Money Back Guarantee
SFA Guarantees that you will receive your money back should we break/not deliver as agreed per our student contract.
Airline Transport Pilot- Program, takes you from zero experience and no previous training, all the way to a fully trained Airline Pilot with the necessary Commercial Pilot License and Multi-Crew courses. SFA with partners provides the training in Scandinavian weather which will give you an unforgettable experience. We have chosen the modular method for the ATP-Program and the reason is simple, we do not believe in shortcuts and less training! Modular training in a controlled environment combined with industry experience is the perfect match and optimum training a student pilot can receive. Come and visit us and we’ll tell you more about our training philosophy.
Why Sweden and SFA for your training?
Scandinavia, Sweden, is a perfect place to get the experience you need to become a good Pilot. You will experience hot summers as well as winter operations with low visibility. In many parts of the world they see our climate as a grey and cold however when it comes to Pilot training, it is actually the best climate you can wish for. We want our future Pilots to experience the reality of aviation, with all types of weather and scenarios.
Our instructors are highly qualified and experienced airline pilots. We probably have the highest percentage of airline experience amongst our instructors. This is a key factor in ensuring our programs to be updated for the aviation industry and it’s challenges and requirements.
March 3rd 2018