- Strong teamwork skills
- Good concentration
- Good hand-to-eye coordination
- An ability to remain calm under pressure
- An ability to lead
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The Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) is the highest level of airline pilot certification, required to operate flights with more than nine passengers.
The Integrated course is an intensive programme that takes the student from zero experience to a qualified commercial pilot license with frozen ATPL on an average of 24 months. Usually, it includes all expenses from exams, uniform and other necessary tools. This requires full-time availability.
The Modular course is more flexible as it enables the student to pass each phase at its own pace. Each part or module is an independent course. It can be cheaper than the Integrated but will take longer simply because of the formalities between modules.