EASA Program Structure
The training program is 75 weeks (approximately 18 months) long, and upon successful completion, the cadet will obtain an EASA frozen Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) with Instrument Rating, and a Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC).
The training is divided into two parts, conducted in Jordan and Europe, and broken down as follows:
60 weeks in Jordan
• Private Pilot License (PPL) Theory
• Private Pilot License (PPL) Flying
• Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) Theory (in
cooperation with UK based Bristol Ground School).
• Structured Hours Building (up to 135 hours total)
• Night Rating (NR)
15 weeks in Europe
• Remainder of Structured Hours Building (up to 15 hours)
• Multi-Engine Piston Rating (MEP)
• Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
• Instrument Rating (IR)
• Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC)