Multi-Pilot Aircraft Type Rated Pilots
Pilot converting a non EASA ATPL(A) with a valid type rating on a multi-pilot aircraft must meet the minimum experience requirements for an EASA ATPL and pass all 14 ground exams but don’t need to attend a ATPL(A) ground school course.
Pilot need to pass an ATPL skills test on the aircraft type rated on. This test must be conducted by an EASA TRE on a simulator (or aircraft) approved for the purpose by EASA.
Multi-pilot hours must be flown on an aircraft approved for multi-pilot operations by EASA, and the ATPL Skills test must also be conducted on a multi-pilot type and must have type on your ICAO ATP Licence.
Non-Type Rated Pilots
If you hold an ICAO ATPL(A) but don’t have a valid multi-pilot type rating, or do not wish to take the ATPL skills test on type, you may still be issued with an EASA ATPL but will have to do more lengthy and expensive conversion training.
You must still meet the minimum experience requirements for an EASA ATPL. The training you will need to do is identical to a CPL conversion.
Pilot with an ICAO CPL(A) can convert to an EASA CPL(A) or, with sufficient experience, be upgraded to an EASA ATPL(A) on licence issue.
For holders of non EASA CPL(A), or an ATPL(A), requirement is to do ATPL(A) groundschool course and then pass all fourteen ground exams: there is no credit given.
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