ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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Bekovic
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ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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Hello , I have been on a process to change my foreign ATPL to TC ATPL . I have completed with Medical certificate and get a copy. Do I need to go through log book check before ATPL exams. If yes where can I do that? I have a flight hours of 5.4k on different type Boeing aircrafts and Airbus. Even though its been a year since I did my last flight on Q400, how do TC go through skill check and rating endorsements, What is your advice on this. Thank you cheers
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Re: ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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My suggestion

Get a radio licence

Go and sit the exams, upon successful completion attend a flight school do al required checkouts submit to TC they will then check your logbook
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Re: ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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This page from Transport Canada lists the required steps:
https://tc.canada.ca/en/aviation/licens ... ts#airline

To write the written exams you will have to make an appointment at a Transport Canada Exam Center:
https://tc.canada.ca/en/aviation/civil- ... d_regional
When you attend your appointment you will have to show your logbooks to prove minimum experience requirements (750total time, etc.)
You must complete INRAT, SAMRA, and SARON. You do not need to have your logbooks verified in advance, just call up and make the appointment.

Once these are complete, you must attend a flight school and complete a Multi-IFR flight test.

Following a successful flight test you must submit your application, including:
-proof of citizenship
-your foreign license and logbook (yes, the actual logbook!)
-application form
-PAY THE FEE (can be done online, must be done in advance)
Following this, you will obtain your ATPL.

As for your type ratings, you may find this more difficult. You can recieve credit for your type ratings provided you have 50 hrs of flight time or a Proficiency Check (or your country's equivalent) within the last 12 months. If you haven't flown in the last 12 months, you will likely only be able to obtain the type rating through training by a Canadian operator.
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Re: ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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Pendejo wrote: Wed Feb 24, 2021 10:46 am My suggestion

Get a radio licence

Go and sit the exams, upon successful completion attend a flight school do al required checkouts submit to TC they will then check your logbook
Thank you for the response
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Re: ICAO ATPL TO TC ATPL

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crpilot wrote: Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:02 pm This page from Transport Canada lists the required steps:
https://tc.canada.ca/en/aviation/licens ... ts#airline

To write the written exams you will have to make an appointment at a Transport Canada Exam Center:
https://tc.canada.ca/en/aviation/civil- ... d_regional
When you attend your appointment you will have to show your logbooks to prove minimum experience requirements (750total time, etc.)
You must complete INRAT, SAMRA, and SARON. You do not need to have your logbooks verified in advance, just call up and make the appointment.

Once these are complete, you must attend a flight school and complete a Multi-IFR flight test.

Following a successful flight test you must submit your application, including:
-proof of citizenship
-your foreign license and logbook (yes, the actual logbook!)
-application form
-PAY THE FEE (can be done online, must be done in advance)
Following this, you will obtain your ATPL.

As for your type ratings, you may find this more difficult. You can recieve credit for your type ratings provided you have 50 hrs of flight time or a Proficiency Check (or your country's equivalent) within the last 12 months. If you haven't flown in the last 12 months, you will likely only be able to obtain the type rating through training by a Canadian operator.
Well briefed, thank you. Just one more question about attending flight school. Can I do the multi-IFR training test and rating together on a FFS simulator that I want the rating on, like Q400 sim?
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