Integrated V’s Modular

If you’re aspiring to become a pilot, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is whether to pursue modular or integrated flight training. Both routes have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice you make will depend on your personal preferences, financial situation, and career goals.

In this article, we’ll take a deep dive into both types of training, exploring their differences, benefits, and drawbacks. We’ll also look at the latest regulatory changes and their implications, such as APS MCC, KSA, and the possibility of completing the Integrated via live distant training.

What Is Modular Flight Training?

Modular flight training consists of a series of individual courses that are completed over a period of time. The training is not integrated, meaning you’ll complete each course at a different organization.

The modular route starts with the Private Pilot’s License (PPL), followed by hour building and ATPL theoretical examinations. Afterward, you’ll complete a number of commercial courses, including the Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Instrument Rating (IR), and a Multi Crew Cooperation Course (MCC).

Advantages of Modular Flight Training

Flexibility

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