Integrated Commercial Pilot Courses (ICPC)
At a Glance
Who should apply: Individuals who want an all in package to fast track them to an airline captain's seat.
What You'll Get: This structured program integrates all of the training as well as all of the exams needed to work for an airline. The program will train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to enable them to operate as co-pilot on multi-crew, multi-engine aeroplanes in commercial air transportation and to obtain the commercial pilot licence — aeroplane, the multi-engine rating and the Group 1 instrument rating (CPL(A)/IR).
Program Start Dates: Start dates are typically spring and fall with 2 intakes each year
Program Duration: This is a 12-month (52 week) program.
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Integrated Commercial Pilot Courses Including ATP (A)
In 2001, the Moncton Flight College (MFC), in its ongoing effort to provide Professional Flight Training, has established the Integrated Commercial Pilot Courses (ICPC) including the Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Course IATP (A), as yet another option for the career-orientated student.
Upon completion, graduates will receive the Transport Canada approved Integrated Commercial Pilot Certificate, which includes the Commercial Pilot License with Multi-Engine and Instrument ratings.
The aim of the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP(A)) integrated course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to enable them to operate as co-pilot on multi-crew, multi-engine aeroplanes in commercial air transportation and to obtain the commercial pilot license— aeroplane, the multi-engine rating and the Group 1 instrument rating (CPL(A)/IR).
The MFC Training has become one of only a handful of professional flight training centers in Canada to be approved for such a course. For years, flight training consisted of getting a Private License, followed by a Commercial, and possibly a Multi/IFR, with each course being offered separately.
Now, with the Integrated Commercial Pilot Courses, these licenses and ratings are all included within a structured curriculum where the ground school integrates into the flight training. The ICPC includes approximately 500 hours of ground school and 250 hours of self-study, 380 in class hours more than the traditional flight training.
Once you have graduated from this program you will either have an IATP; ICPC/IR (King Air B200) or ICPC/A certificate and required Transport Canada licenses.
This is a 12-month (52 week) program.
Start dates are typically spring and fall with 2 intakes each year but are subject to change. Please visit our website at mfctraining.com or contact admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org for exact start dates.
Students applying to MFC Training should make arrangements to have a Category I aviation medical as soon as possible in the application process. A list of approved aviation medical examiners (AME) in your area is available on request from MFC Student Admissions, or by visiting the Transport Canada website:
You will only be accepted into the MFC Training Integrated Commercial Pilot course if your medical has been successfully completed by an approved Transport Canada Aviation Medical Examiner; although MFC Training can accept a student based on the back of the application being signed and stamped by the examiner. However, you must have received the certificate prior to embarking on your first solo flight.
Students must be at least 17 years old to be accepted in this program and 18 by course completion.
Students must have a secondary school diploma or equivalent.
Previous Flying Experience Credits
In accordance to Transport Canada rules and regulations, students applying for the ICPC program with a previous license have the following option:
- Claiming a maximum of 30 flying hours (20 dual & 10 solo) for a private license, although you will be required to attend all ground school for PPL.
Who Can Apply
We can train anyone with a passion and commitment to fly, whether you are Canadian or from overseas.
The tuition for this program is $61,600 CAD
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