Skyborne EASA MODULAR ATPL
BECOME AN AIRLINE PILOT AT YOUR OWN PACE, MODULE BY MODULE
Skyborne offers a range of modular courses, from Combined MEP/CPL/IR /APS MCC through to smaller, bespoke courses. For the full range, please explore the tabs on the left.
For those pilots wanting to come and train at Skyborne, with a view to a placement with an airline, then our flagship, full-time Combined MEP/CPL/IR /APS MCC course will leave you fully prepared to embark on your new career. You will have the benefit of the Skyborne guarantee and our graduate placement process.
If you wish to apply for this course, please do so through the Combined MEP/CPL/IR /APS MCC course page.
For all our other courses on this page please register your interest by contacting our sales team.
The modules we provide are theoretical knowledge, airline preparation, initial pilot training, advanced in-flight training and Upset Prevention and Recovery Training. Cadets will be able to hone their skills in our state-of-the-art flight simulators, training aircraft and in our outstanding classrooms.
We offer a combined Multi-engine Piston Class Rating and Commercial Pilots Licence, Instrument Rating course with APS MCC. We ensure that all our cadets graduate with a Multi-Engine CPL IR, meaning you are industry-ready and fully prepared to embark on your career as an international airline pilot.
Click here for more information on the Combined MEP/CPL/IR/APS MCC course.
Our PPL course is suited to anyone who is simply looking to obtain a licence to fly for leisure, all the way through to someone who is looking to take the first step towards a career as a commercial pilot via the modular route. At Skyborne we do not differentiate between either route, but apply the same professional airline standards to every part of your training. The Skyborne PPL builds a solid foundation, which is the bedrock to safe leisure flying, whilst providing the key foundations for the further demands of commercial flying if that is your aspiration. You will benefit from our state-of-the-art facilities, modern aircraft and simulators; all delivered by our highly experienced and talented instructional team.
Click here for more information on the Private Pilot Licence course.
Skyborne’s Theoretical ATPL provides 767 hours of ground school training; cadets can expect sessions to be both tutor-led, by our experienced industry instructors, and interactive, you will be tasked with complex problem-solving scenarios. As you progress through the course you will see how subjects in the classroom interlink as you take part in observation flights and conduct familiarisation work in our Alsim DA42 and B737 MAX simulators.
Click here for more information on the Modular ATPL Theory course.
A Multi-Engine Piston Class Rating is a requirement set by the International Civil Aviation Organisation for an individual to fly a multi-engine piston aircraft. Skyborne deliver the CPL and IR on multi-engine piston aircraft and we therefore ensure all our cadets complete the rating prior to commencement of the Commercial Pilots Licence.
Click here for more information on the Multi-Engine Piston Class Rating course.
A Commercial Pilot Licence is a requirement set by the International Civil Aviation Organisation for an individual to receive payment for flying an aircraft. We ensure that all our cadets graduate with a Commercial Pilot Licence, meaning they are industry-ready and fully prepared to embark on their careers as international airline pilots.
Click here for more information on the Commercial Pilot Licence course.
An Instrument Rating is required for an individual to be able to fly with sole reference to the in-cockpit instrumentation, making flying in cloud and other instances of reduced visibility achievable.
Click here for more information on the Instrument Rating course.
UPRT stands for aeroplane ‘upset prevention and recovery training’ and constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).
Click here for more information on the Advanced Upset Prevention And Recovery Training (Advanced UPRT) course.
The Multi Crew Cooperation course was introduced by EASA to deliver enhanced Multi Crew Cooperation training to match Airline Pilot Standards. The course is intended to equip you with the knowledge, skills and attitude required to commence initial type rated training to the standards generally required by a commercial air transport operator.
Click here for more information on the APS Multi Crew Cooperation course.