Embarking on the journey to become a pilot?

Consider the Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) training program – a well-organized and comprehensive path for those aspiring to take to the skies. Unlike separate training steps, this program brings together all the necessary flight training and theory lessons in a clear and efficient manner, making the process smoother and more enjoyable. With this approach, you’ll be on your way to obtaining the coveted Airline Transport Pilot License in no time!

Many airlines anticipate candidates to possess ATPL theory knowledge before onboarding. Our course not only meets this requirement but also equips you with a robust theoretical foundation that eliminates the need to retake the theory, enabling you to focus solely on practical training aspects.


Entry requirements

  • a) Minimum Age:
    The minimum age requirements to enrol the course is 17 years of age.
    According to PART-FCL, before admission an applicant should have sufficient knowledge
    of Physics, Mathematics and English to facilitate an understanding of theoretical instruction
    content of the course. EU high school graduation is acceptable proof of knowledge.
  • b) Pre-Entry Requirements:
    Before a student is admitted to the ATPI course at Fly-Coop Academy they will be required to present:
    • EU high school graduation diploma.

    • Copy of passport or EU national ID

    • Acceptable proof of English language proficiency equivalent to:

    • ICAO ELP Level 4 (or higher)

    • CEFR Level B2 (or higher)

    • In case of absence of acceptable proof Fly-Coop Academy may organize an internal
      language proficiency assessment according to Fly-Coop Academy ATO OM

Why choose us?


Exclusively tailored interiors for Fly-Coop trainees, designed to learn safe operation through advanced instrumentation. The intuitive cockpit layout harmoniously integrates pilots with their machines.


Ideal environments for pre-flight checks or post-flight debriefings, fostering a seamless connection between nature and the flight crew.

Course Structure

Fly-Coop presents an accelerated training program for securing the EASA Private Pilot Licence. This training is a perfect fit for aviation enthusiasts and aircraft owners looking to quickly earn their wings!

Experienced instructors

Our instructors not only teach but also actively participate in commercial activities. This enables them to share real-world experiences with their students and apply theoretical knowledge in practical contexts, ensuring our students stay up-to-date with the latest information.

training structure.

  • SEP: 130 hours ;
  • Advanced UPRT Training: 3 hours (detailed in chapter
  • MEP: 10 hours
  • FNPT II: 60 hours (FSTD configuration division are detailed)
  • Dual: 95 hours, including 55 hours ground instrument time
  • 70 hours Pilot-in-Command (20 hours instrument flight time as student pilot-in-command
  • 50 hours cross-country flight as Pilot-in-Command including a VFR cross-country flight of at least 540 km (300 NM), in the course of which full stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure;
  • 5 night hours, including 1 hour cross-country flight
  • 115 instrument hours

In Phase 1 the applicant shall do Exercises up to the first solo flight comprise a total of at least 10 hours dual flight instruction on an SE aeroplane

In Phase 2 the applicant shall do exercises up to the first solo cross-country flight

In Phase 3 the applicant shall do exercises up to the VFR navigation progress test.

In Phase 4 the applicant shall do exercises up to the instrument rating skill test comprise

In Phase 5 the applicant shall be instructed and tested in Multi Crew Co-operation (MCC) comprise the relevant training requirements.

Become A PIlot With Us

With the help of our comprehensive and thorough training program, you can easily reach your goals!


At our flight school, we believe in making aviation education accessible to all aspiring pilots. Our competitive pricing structure ensures that pursuing your passion for flying won’t break the bank. Whether you’re interested in a Private Pilot Licence (PPL), Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), or any other course, we offer transparent and affordable rates, allowing you to embark on your aviation journey with confidence.

ATPL(A) – Airline Transport Pilot Licence

  • 750 theory hours + 239 flight hours

The first step to your journey starts here!