This page relates to the theoretical ATPL, as opposed to the “practical ATPL”. Here, instead of dealing with our practical exams:

  • The Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), our professional pilot licence and
  • The Instrument Rating (IR), our ability to operate without visual references

We’ll try to deal only with the 14 certificates (or modules) that constitute the theoretical ATPL. As stated and summed up by both our ministry of equipments, transport and housing and our ministry of defense, their timing and legitimacy used to be set as described in the following “arrêté”:

…as viewable on “bulletin-officiel.developpement-durable.gouv” but is now superseded by the arrêté du 31 Mai 2010 that went into effect the 20th October 2010, alternate link here. Per certificate, we propose:

  • An introduction reminding the EASA-FCL learning objectives (to understand what our authorities expect us to know)
  • ATPL courses (when we have any to provide)
  • A MCQ database (QCM in french- aimed at giving you some training)
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