Preconditions which have to be fulfilled before the start of any distance or class room lessons
  • Application for training (minimum age of 20 years)
  • CV actual
  • valid ICAO language proficiency level 4 (English) Certificate or Pilot License
    endorsement if applicable
  • valid work & duty related medical confirmation / verification by at least a GP, or for
    e.g. Pilot license holders their respective required Pilot medical certificate (valid >45
    days at start of the training
  • copy of valid passport or ID card (when required)
  • Criminal / Police record history must be „clean“ without significant entries,
  • Driving license is NOT revoked or suspended
  • verification of sufficient knowledge in Mathematics, Physics, English, or equivalent
    other qualifications / levels which are acceptable in such areas, e.g. Military training,
    Baccalaureat, secondary High school admission-matriculation, (Abitur)
  • Minimum educational level of „high school diploma“
    -10 years of school or more & Apprenticeship Diploma
Extent of the theoretical lessons as per ICAO Doc.7192 D-3 ff
  • ICAO DOC 7192 D-3, item is asking to cover the various backgrounds of trainees, while it is recommended that training will be divided into two phases as follows:
  • Phase one consists of basic knowledge; its completion ensures that a trainee has the necessary background to proceed with phase two of the training. The training
  • syllabus covered in Chapters 3 to 15 needs to be covered during this phase
  • basic theoretical knowledge introduction (incl. Testing with a PASS grade of 75% or
    more) of all before mentioned legal Law requirements
  • Phase two consists of applied practical training and route experience. A training syllabus for this phase is detailed in Chapter 16 and guidance on training duration is
  • provided in Table 1-1 below
  • practical training OJT (from 13 weeks up to 4 month) and certain Route flying
    experience, (can be conducted also in any FFS-LOFT scenario-of at least 4 hours
    duration) as per chapter 16 – ICAO Doc. 7192 D-3
  • Route and Area of Operation training, at least 1 week practical familiarization
Extent of the theoretical lessons as per ICAO Doc.7192 D-3 ff

The extent of the class room lessons according to all legal requirements (detailed lists are mentioned above) consists of at least the below detailed table (item 3.2; ICAO table 1-1) for GAS – BAFS ATO.

The theoretical lessons comply with the headlines of the subjects (see below item 3.2; ICAO table 1-1) and the below listed specifications.

As reference and additional more detailed GM & AMC the EASA part FCL will be utilized as far as applicable and whenever the ICAO Doc. 7192 left items uncovered.

The reference numbers refer to the syllabus for the theoretical lessons according appendix 1 to EASA part FCL515 (b) and the associated AMC1 (ATPL theory).

The syllabus content specifies in general the topics to deal with. The interim as well as the Final test should cover all subjects and chapters, independent from the meaning for a special other requested training as per the ICAO Doc. 7192 D-3.

e.g. Syllabus
Part D-3. Flight Operations Officers/Flight Dispatchers
Chapter 3. Civil Air Law and Regulations Rights of commercial flight over the territories of Contracting States