Bartolini Air chooses Padpilot to provide new EASA ATPL syllabus learning materials
Bartolini Air has selected UK-based publisher of aviation educational resources Padpilot to provide theoretical learning materials for student pilots. The latest version of Padpilot’s study materials is in line with the new EASA 2020 ATPL syllabus.
This will make Bartolini Air the first flight school in Poland to use the interactive materials, which have been refreshed specifically for this new ATPL exam syllabus.
The new EASA 2020 syllabus will become mandatory in 2022, with an increasing number of pilot training organisations switching over as the date approaches.
With the latest partnership with Bartolini Air, Padpilot now has a total of 58 flight schools in 26 countries using its pilot training resources.
Established in 2006, Bartolini Air is one of the biggest pilot training centres located in central Europe. To date, they have trained more than 1,500 commercial pilots and provide both modular and integrated ATPL courses, as well as the Ryanair Mentored Programmes. Pilot cadets learn their skills at an international airport using Tecnam aircraft and an instrument runway.
Bartolini students will be some of the first in Europe to benefit from the new Padpilot EASA 2020 ATPL theory syllabus materials.
Image: Preview of Padpilot ATPL study materials
Speaking about the news, Padpilot MD Graham Cownie said that the company was proud to provide the new learning resources to Bartolini Air. With their interactive features and refreshed content, they would bring ATPL theory to life, he added.
Some of the features of Padpilot’s ATPL (A) course materials include AR and VR functions, embedded graphics, 3D models and animations.