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Duration

24 months

Tuition

$120,450

  Toronto

Sep 3-Sep 3

Plus 2 other start dates

Jan 6 - Jan 6 2027

May 5 - May 5 2027

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1966

Scholarships

yes

The Canadian Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence (CIATPL) program is the choice for those who want a career as a professional pilot – and have little to no previous flight experience or training.

The programs’ Transport Canada-approved curriculum provides students with the required skill sets needed by flight crew operating in multi-crew, advanced aircraft, and in airline operations. The program uses scenario-based situations with intensive training in both aircraft and advanced flight simulation equipment to provide the knowledge and skills needed to obtain a Private Pilot licence (PPL), a Commercial Pilot licence (CPL), and an Airline Transport Pilot licence (ATPL).

In the integrated program, students have 24 months to complete this 9-phase, 3-semester program, which includes up to 750 hours of ground school training and approximately 300 hours of flight training activity using a variety of simulators/FTDs and aircraft (e.g., Cessna 172S, Piper Seminole and King Air C90) – with all training taking place at the Oshawa Airport location.

The integrated program aims to take someone with no previous flight experience and prepare them for a career as an airline pilot. It is an intense, structured program that allows students to complete both ground school and flight training activities at the same time – and is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skills from an airline point of view right from the start.

The ATPL is the highest level of pilot certificate pilots can obtain in civil aviation. To fly most, if not all, large commercial aircraft at least two pilots are needed, and the captain in command of the flight must hold an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

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Best college experience one could ask for. Terrific faculty and selection of programs for individuals looking to reach their highest potential and develop /sharpen very practical skills, all in the heart of Scarborough. Priceless.

Best college experience one could ask for. Terrific faculty and selection of programs for individuals looking to reach their highest potential and develop /sharpen very practical skills, all in the heart of Scarborough. Priceless.

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For me it's one of the best colleges, progress avenue is is soo good from inside and it's so clean and disciplined. Atmosphere is so calm and peaceful that I mostly prefer to do my assignments in college Library. Gym is also good.
Everyone talks so politely and staff members are very helpful. It's good here as I'm still a student here
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