Conversions
Conversion of
ICAO CPL into
EASA

To convert an ICAO CPL into EASA the pilot will need to combine theoretical and flight training.
For the theoretical part, the pilot will need to successfully pass the EASA 13 subjects.

Find out more about our Modular ATPL Theoretical Course

Entry requirements

  • 200 hrs in total of which (counting also 23hrs of training at Egnatia Aviation)
  • 100 as PIC of which a 300nm cross country PIC trip in which you will have to land in two airports apart from the origin/destination airport
  • 50 hours solo cross country
  • Night Rating (4 hours dual training of which 1 hour night navigation and 5 SOLO night takeoffs and full stop landings)
  • EASA Class 1 Medical
  • Valid ICAO IR
Conversion for
ME-CPL

Course includes:

  • 8 hours dual training on DA42 NG
  • up to 2 hours aircraft use for skill test
  • all landing fees and a local VFR chart
  • all taxes
Conversion for
ME-IR

Course includes:

  • 10 hours dual training on FNPT II Simulator
  • 5 hours dual training on DA42 NG
  • up to 2 hours aircraft use for skill test
  • the examiner fee
  • all landing and approach fees
  • a local IFR chart.
  • all taxes
Conversion of
ICAO ATPL into
EASA

The conversion of an ICAO ATPL requires both theoretical and a SIM check.
Egnatia can assist the candidate pilots who wish to convert their license by providing assistance and guidance towards the theoretical part, while we can also recommend an approved partner of ours for the final skill test.

Entry requirements

  • Be a holder of an ICAO ATPL
  • Have at least 1,500 hrs out of which, a minimum of 500 are on multi crew type
  • Be an EASA Class 1 medical certificate issued by the authority that will deliver the license.
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