- Modular Training Private Pilot Licence PPL route guide
- Modular Training Hours Building route guide
- Modular ATPL Training Theoretical Knowledge route guide
- Modular ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Distance Learning route guide
- Modular Training BIFM Route Guide
- Modular Training MEP Route Guide
- Modular Training CPL Route Guide
- Modular Training IR Route Guide
- Modular Training APS MCC route guide
What is Modular ATPL?
Modular ATPL is a flexible approach to gaining the theoretical knowledge and practical flying experience necessary to become a commercial airline pilot. You can train at your own pace, in your own time whilst paying in bitesize chunks.
L3Harris offers both Individual Modules for pilot training and the Flexible ATPL. The Flexible ATPL takes advantage of a modular training route, but allows you to keep all the benefits of our Integrated programme such as Graduate Placement Pool access and the L3Harris Training Assurance.
How much does Modular ATPL training cost?
Find out the cost of the Individual Modules on their respective course page. We also offer discounts on some modules when you bundle it with another (for example, Private Pilot Licence and Hours Building).
What are your funding options for my Modular ATPL course?
All of our training programs are self-funded.
What are my career prospects?
Our focus is helping you achieve your future career aspirations through world-class airline-focused pilot training, whether that's to become a private pilot or a qualified commercial pilot.
If you successfully obtain your PPL, you can go on to command single-engine private aircraft for non-commercial passengers.
On the other hand, once you have successfully secured your ‘frozen’ ATPL, you can kick start your career as a First Officer, second-in-command to the airline Captain. Enabling you to go on and build your theoretical and practical experience to eventually secure a role as Captain.
Can I choose where I do my Modular ATPL training?
Your training location will depend on your pilot training course.
Our flight schools are approved by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and are based in the UK and USA.
UK Flight Schools:
USA Flight School:
Each of our flight schools provide you with access to state-of-the-art facilities such as training aircrafts, Full-Flight Simulators and Flight Training Devices.
Do you have partnerships with airlines in Europe?
We are committed to maintaining and growing airline relationships so that we are able to offer our graduates the highest-quality, airline-focused training and unrivalled career opportunities. In turn we have built a reputation as a trusted provider of the highest-calibre pilots in the industry.