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Integrated Air Transport Pilots License (ATPL) Course

Course overview

As regulation changes occur, we consistently adapt our program. By working closely with our partner airlines, we ensure the changing needs of a commercial pilot in today’s world are met. We ensure that an airline’s values are ingrained throughout the cadets training and seek to customize where possible, for example, behavioral markers and SOPs.

  • Produce a fully rounded and qualified professional pilot through the monitoring of their knowledge, skills, and attitude (KSAs) throughout the training process
  • Teach cadets how to safely, effectively, and professionally operate single-pilot SEP and MEP aircraft in a commercial air transport environment using L3Harris’ SOPs to the standard required for the issue of an EASA Part FCL CPL(A)/IR with ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge
  • Highlight and emphasize the single-pilot SEP and MEP transferable skills required in a multi-crew environment
  • Encourage the development of cadets’ personal and professional attributes required of a modern airline pilot, preparing cadets for a seamless transition to the next phase of their career within a commercial airline
Integrated ATPL cadet - Lola

L3Harris Integrated ATPL cadet Lola, shares her training journey in aviation and what it's like learning at L3Harris.

Course features

Tagging cadets throughout their training and degree opportunities.

ATPL whitetail aircraft flying over mountains

Airline pilot tagging

Pilots undertaking the Integrated ATPL route are available to airline partners to tag throughout their training guaranteeing the employment following successful completion of their training based on the hiring airlines set minimum standards.

cadet pilot next to training aircraft

BSc (Hons) Aviation - Pilot Programme with the University of Central Lancashire

This programme has been developed between L3Harris and the University of Central Lancashire and is approved by aviation regulators UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Pilot training will follow the Integrated Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) syllabus and all credits earned during pilot training count towards the final degree.

Airline relationships

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