King Schools announces EASA ATPL exam prep iPad app

unnamedPilots seeking EASA certificates ranging from Light Aircraft Pilot License (LAPL) to Airline Transport Pilot (ATPL) can study for their knowledge tests using an iPad training app available from King Schools.

The newly released ATPL exam trainer module is suitable for passing the tests required to obtain either an initial EASA ATPL license or when converting from an FAA ATP certificate. The ATPL exam trainer has more than 15,000 multiple choice questions, based on real exams.

The trainer is designed so, in training mode, pilots can practice answering questions on a particular subject until they have answered each question correctly.

In exam mode, pilots will receive randomly generated tests with the exact number of test questions that they would receive in that particular EASA exam, with the same time limit allotted by EASA.

The E-gle (EASA-Guided Learning Experience) iPad learning platform was developed in partnership with EuroPilot Center and includes courses and exam trainers for the Light Aircraft Pilot License (LAPL), Private Pilot License (PPL) or Night Rating certifications as well as the ATPL. The E-gle iPad app is available for free download by searching for “E-gle” in the App Store, and includes demo versions of all modules.

King Schools and EuroPilot Centre are showing the E-gle app this week at the AERO show in Friedrichshafen, Germany at Booth A6, stand 304.

“We are excited to address the needs of aspiring European pilots with courses that use iPad technology to simplify, clarify and make pilot learning fun,” John King commented. “In the future, we will continue to add even more courses to the E-gle platform to support all European pilot licenses,” he added. “EuroPilot Centre has years of experience training pilots to JAA and EASA standards and has ensured the courses are in accordance with EASA regulations. EuroPilot Center’s experience and technical expertise makes them a perfect partner to address the needs of pilots seeking European certification,” said Martha King. “We especially like that pilots can download the app for free and try out demos of each course module before purchasing,” she concluded.

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