EASA ATPL Career Path

American Aviation Academy stands ready in meeting your Commercial Pilot career path needs in a well established professional environment. We strive in making sure that you lack nothing, and receive all that you expect to become a world-class aviator.

Your career start is just around the corner!
Course Overview

Our EASA ATPL career path training can be between 14-16 months on average. Here at American Aviation Academy, we have an approved ATPL theory course with an approved testing center certified by Transport Malta (TMCAD). So there is no need to go to other places to start and complete your training other than the IR conversion in Europe after the program has concluded.

Course Timeline
  • EASA Private pilot stage between 6-8 weeks
  • EASA ATPL theory course between 6-9 months (pleaded with FAA IR stage)
  • FAA IR stage blended throughout the theory studies
  • Time building of 90 hours PIC between 6-8 weeks
  • EASA commercial multi engine stage between 5-8 weeks
  • Optional addition of a standalone FAA commercial license 3-5 weeks
  • FAA IR conversion in the EU and MCC/JOC between 4-6 weeks

Once completing all these various stages, graduates would then be able to submit all of their training records and certificates for the issuance of an EASA frozen ATPL license. Prior to departing from the U.S. to convert the FAA IR and take the MCC/JOC course, students will have an opportunity to add an FAA standalone commercial pilot license. Having both licenses will help graduates find airline work globally much easier to attain.

EASA ATPL Theory (Distance Learning)

The APLT Theory portion of the course is provided remotely through our partners at ASG. They are based in Dublin, Ireland and will deliver all of the material to prepare you for the 14 ATPL Exams

  • Includes Top up refresher classes conducted in three stages
  • Product-code download for 14 subject areas
  • Online training material and test prep-ware
  • Question banks
  • PadPilot Theory course material used
Course Start Dates

Students must report to school a minimum of 4 days prior to the actual stated start date for orientation!


    • June 27th
    • August 1st
    • September 5th
    • October 10th
    • November 14th
    • December 12th


    • January 2nd
    • February 6th
    • March 13th
    • April 17th
    • May 22nd
    • June 26th
    • July 31st
    • September 4th
    • October 9th
    • November 13th
    • December 11th


  • January 8th
Additional Charges

Prices are based on our carefully designed packages to complete the training, in the lowest priced resource. It is not guaranteed you will complete your training within this program. Should you exceed any flight/ground hours, you will be responsible for the additional costs. Please plan and budget for any additional costs that may occur. Higher rates for aircraft upgrades applicable. Prices are subject to change without notice, but we will guarantee the rates if you enroll within 60 days of your initial course info request.

Student accommodations available upon request.