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ATP Instructor EASA CPL Conversion Course (Train in the US and Europe)
- EASA Commercial Multi-engine Instrument Conversion (CPL ME IR)
- EASA Multi-Crew Coordination (MCC) Certificate
$25,000 USD / 9-10 Months
Fly and Test in Europe!
ATP Instructor EASA CPL Conversion Course takes you through the process from being an ATP Instructor to an EASA Commercial Instrument Pilot, using ATP’s proven airline-oriented flight training.
Upon successful completion you will hold BOTH the FAA and EASA pilot licenses.
Step One (United States)
- Complete flight training through FAA CPL/ME/IR and meet all EASA flight experience requirements for an EASA CPL/ME/IR
- Enroll in the complete ATPL online ground school as provided by the ATP selected EASA training provider
Step Two (One of ATP's European Training Locations)
- Complete approved FAA to EASA Differences Course
- Complete approved EASA CPL/ME/IR Conversion Course
- Complete and pass EASA CPL/ME/IR Flight Check
- Complete approved EASA MCC Course
Your Flight Training Course Includes
FAA Track plus EASA Conversion
- Approved ATPL Distance Learning Course
- FAA to EASA Differences Course
- EASA CPL/ME/IR Conversion course
- EASA MCC Course
- 44 Hours Logged Flight Time
- 15 Hours Single-Engine Instruction & Flight Checks
- 11 Hours Multi-Engine Instruction & Flight Checks
- 18 Hours Simulator
- All Classroom & Individual Ground Instruction
- Aircraft Manuals, Training Syllabus & Checklists
- All Pre- and Post-Flight Briefings
Program specifications are subject to change, but not during your training program. See our fuel surcharge policy. Logged flight times may vary slightly due to flight check times and other considerations.
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Get started on a college degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide with online classes. Earn up to 36 college credits toward your associate or bachelor’s degree for completing ATP’s International Airline Career Pilot Program. The typical associates degree is 60 credit hours and the typical bachelors degree is 120 credit hours.