The British School of Aviation is offering 50% off the price of the first six places sold for its in-house ATPL(A) theory course.
The six-month course starts on 7 June at BSA’s premises on London Luton Airport. BSA can assist with arranging local accommodation.
Prospective students must be at least 18 years old and must already hold a PPL(A). Prospective students must also have a good knowledge of mathematics and physics, and must be able to read, write and orally communicate in the English language to a minimum of ICAO Level 4.
Included in the course are online materials for all 13 subjects with full-time classroom-based lessons, including revision and exam preparation, and access to Padpilot’s training system.
Exams are taken for the relevant subjects at the end of each stage and the UK CAA currently charges £73 per exam.