ATPL Exam Prep

We’ll take you from “Where do I start?” to “I Got This!”

Opening the door to command positions, new careers & new heights (literally) as a Canadian Pilot

We’ve helped over 500 pilots pass their INRAT & IATRA Exams, your ATPL is next!

Over 170 5-Star Reviews

92% Average Pass Rate

 Built For Canadian Pilots

Are You Stuck on the Runway of Information Overload?

Pilots studying for the ATPL exams grapple with the challenge of managing copious amounts of study material, leading to overwhelming stress and a sense of helplessness during exam preparation.

The vastness of the material covered on the SARON & SAMRA, combined with the pressure to comprehend and retain extensive content, contributes to a pervasive issue of exam overwhelm.


Imagine A Focused Resource & Study Guide to Make Studying Simple

From “What Do I Need To Know” to “I Got This!”

We encourage collaboration, resource-sharing, and mentorship so you feel more equipped to tackle extensive study material

01. Obtain the required knowledge and skills to successfully PASS the Transport Canada SARON & SAMRA examinations.

02. Confidently calculate aircraft performance data using applicable charts, documents & formulas.

03. Understand & interpret turbine & turbojet aircraft systems.

04. Gain an awareness to typical high altitude meteorological conditions including associated risks, hazards & commonalities.

ATPL Exam Prep is intended For Pilots who...

  • Intend to Pursue Careers as Airline Captains
  • Seek Employment with Airlines
  • Value Professionalism and Safety
  • Exemplify Leadership and Decision-Making Skills


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Our goal is to develop your understanding & confidence of the exam material


  • Focused, straight-to-the-point presentations about what you NEED to know
  • Downloadable practice worksheets, resources & cheat sheets
  • We make studying easy by breaking down each tested concept, saving you time & frustration 
  • Chapter exams + mock exams to ensure you don’t have any surprises on the exam
  • Efficient & intuitive explanations to ensure you’re prepared
  • Regularly updated to represent the latest ATPL exam content.

Keeping you in the air flying and not stuck on the ground studying.

  • Course progress bar keeping you engaged with the final destination in mind
  • Utilize our 24-hour response rate guarantee to keep you on track
  • Once your exam is booked, submit your date to us right from your course player
  • We’ll personally contact you to ensure there are no lingering questions before writing


Structured Content 
With over 30 hours of course content, ATPL Exam Prep breaks down each tested concept with real-world examples & formulas that you can work through at your own pace.
Audio & Video Lectures
Regularly updated to represent the latest ATPL exam content.
Practice Exams
Test your theory & practical knowledge with over 12 customized practice exams totaling over 500 questions
Discussion Forums
Have a question? Ask questions, discuss course content & concepts with fellow students & instructors via slide-specific discussion forums.
Study Resources & Worksheets
Downloadable PDF resources & worksheets designed to assist you in studying & preparing.
Formula Sheets
Download your ATPL formula sheet containing all applicable formulas.
24-hour Instructor Reply Guarantee
Our Instructors consistently monitor our discussion forums & emails to ensure your success.
Optimized For Mobile
Enjoy working through the course “on the go” from your mobile device!
Student Perks
Enjoy discounts and perks from fellow startups & small businesses within the Canadian aviation industry.


Get Clear With The ATPL Content

Our goal is to develop your understanding & confidence of the exam material



Hone your skills with over
350 ATPL Type Exam Questions


Stay On Track

Keeping you in the air and not stuck on the ground studying.

Over 170 Pilots Have Given Us a Perfect 5-Star Rating!

Real-world, applicable knowledge to take with you to your new pilot position

Your “One Stop Shop” To Passing Your ATPL Exam


You Asked – We Delivered! Choose From 3 Course Options Below

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Downloadable ATPL Formula Sheet

Compelling Testimonials That Speak For Themselves


Built by Pilots, For Pilots

Dean Hardman

Dean is currently a Boeing 737 airline pilot, based out of Edmonton, Alberta. Flying the Boeing 737 has been a great experience, while challenging at times flying into different countries where navigational procedures differ. Some of his favorite and most challenging destinations that he’s flown to have been Orlando, Cancun, and Montego Bay.

Dean is also a Flight Instructor, primarily teaching Multi-Engine & Instrument Ratings.  A Flight Instructor since 2014, Dean’s passion also lies in teaching and mentoring others within the Aviation Industry.

Previously, Dean operated the Dash 8 Q400 as well as the King Air 200 in a Medevac role.

Jason Migadel

Jason currently operates the Airbus 319/320/321, based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Previous experience includes operations on the CRJ & Q400 as well as a Captain on the Beechcraft 1900,  Jason has had the opportunity to work & fly in the training, corporate, charter & schedule service areas of the aviation industry.  An aspect of aviation that Jason enjoys tremendously is the teaching/instruction and mentor-ship of student pilots navigating the industry. A fundamental aspect of INRAT Exam Prep is working closely with pilots/students, providing value & a wealth of knowledge to ensure student growth & continued success. Jason’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Degree with a focus in Finance at the University of Alberta School of Business.

We Stand Behind You:

14-Day Money-Back Guarantee Because Your Satisfaction Matters

We are so confident in this course that we’re willing to “put our money where our mouth is” and back up your purchase with a 100 % money-back guarantee.

If you don’t feel like this is the right choice for you, we’ll refund every cent you paid – no questions asked.



  • Pilot Licensing & Recency
  • Flight Duty Time & Limitations
  • Aircraft Equipment & Document Requirements
  • Aircraft Occurrences & Accidents
  • Aerodromes
  • Canadian Airspace System
  • Air Traffic Rules & Procedures
  • Communications Failure & Transponder Operations
  • Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs)
  • Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
  • IFR Procedures
  • Air Law Exam #1
  • Air Law Exam #2
  • Air Law Exam #3
  • Latitude, Longitude, Great Circles & Rhumb Lines  
  • Aeronautical Charts
  • Flight Planning
  • ATC Special Procedures
  • Critical Point & Point Of No Return
  • ETOPS Operations
  • Navigation & Flight Planning Exam
  • Powerplants
  • Fuel Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Landing Gear
  • Anti Skid Systems
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Fire Detection Systems
  • Cabin Pressurization Systems
  • Oxygen Systems
  • Aircraft Engines & Systems Exam
  • Pitot Static Instruments
  • Engine Instruments
  • Magnetism And The Magnetic Compass
  • Gyroscopic Instruments
  • Flight Management System (FMS)
  • Aircraft Alert Systems
  • Flight Instruments Exam
  • Aircraft Performance
  • Range & Endurance
  • Weight & Balance
  • Hydroplaning
  • Cold Temperature Corrections
  • Flight Operations Exam
  • Crew Resource Management
  • Orientation & Disorientation
  • Illusions
  • Hypoxia, Carbon Monoxide, Hyperventilation & Decompression Sickness
  • Sensory Organs (The Ear & Retina)
  • Human Factors Exam
  • Communication
  • Radio Navigation
  • ADF Orientation
  • ADF Intercept Outbound & Inbound Examples
  • VOR Orientation
  • What Radial Are You On? (FROM & TO Indication)
  • VOR Intercept Outbound & Inbound Examples
  • VOR “OFF” Indications 
  • Area Navigation
  • GPS Systems
  • Primary Surveillance Radar & Secondary Surveillance Radar
  • Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)
  • Radio Navigation & Communication Exam
  • ISA, Cloud Formation & Stability 
  • Pressure systems
  • Air Masses & Fronts
  • Cloud Base Calculations & Temperature
  • Wind Terminology & Thunderstorms
  • Weather Radar, Satellite Imagery & Windshear
  • Jet Streams
  • Fog
  • Icing Properties & De/Anti Icing Of Aircraft
  • Practical Met
  • Meteorology Theory Exam #1 & #2
  • Meteorology Practical Exam #1 & #2



ATPL Exam Prep is a One one-stop shop to passing your exam.

No other resources, books, or materials are required.

Those Pilots Currently Flying Two Crew Aircraft Have Already Invested Time & Money For In Person Prep Seminars 

… To work through the same content you’re getting in this course for a fraction of the price!


The ATPL exam is designed for Canadian Commercial Pilots looking to be considered hireable at a two-crew operation & grow their careers as a pilot. This includes any medevac, air taxi, commuter or even airline-type operation. 

  • Must hold a valid CPL 
  • A Minimum of 1500 hours total flight time
  • 250 hours pilot-in-command flight time in aeroplanes
  • 100 hours cross-country PIC flight time 
    • A minimum of 25 hours shall have been by night
  • 100 hours night PIC flight time 
  • 75 hours instrument flight time 
    • A maximum of 25 hours may have been acquired in approved simulator
  • Must hold a valid Multi-engine rating
  • Must hold a valid Group 1 IFR rating
  • Successful completion of Category 1 medical exam
  • Successful completion of the SARON & SAMRA exams

Transport Canada requires a pilot to have at least 750 hours before writing the ATPL exams. HOWEVER, Transport Canada has a current exemption in place, allowing you to write your ATPL exams once you have e at least 25% of the total flight experience required. 

  • This Exemption expires November 27, 2027.

Examinations that are required for the issuance of an ATPL shall be completed during the 24-month period immediately preceding the date of the application for the permit, license or rating.

No! ATPL Exam Prep is a “one-stop-shop” to pass your ATPL exams. All manuals, publications, and reference material required to be successful on the exam are incorporated inside the course.

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