Our Courses & Prices

Pathway Pilot Training (Path2Pilot.com)


You need to have completed a Private Pilots Licence (PPL) before starting our commercial pilot training. This is not a regulatory requirement, but this level of flying experience is required by Pathway and a suitable course can be arranged by us if needed. You also need to have basic academic qualifications in Maths & Physics and, for non-native speakers, an adequate level in Engish.

Our Courses

  • Residential or Distance Learning  ATPL groundschool located at Rosyth near Edinburgh in Scotland for PPL holders or EASA licence conversions.
  • Instructor-led personalised tuition covering in depth all 14 subjects required for the CAA  ATPL exams.  Morning lectures and afternoon instructor-led tutorials for residential courses and pre-exam revision weeks. 
  • Industry leading iPad based ATPL reference material (Pad Pilot) downloads included for all subjects, yours to keep.
  • Residential Course is 6 months residential at Rosyth (near Edinburgh) and 4 months self-study at home.  Divided into 5 modules of 2 months with 3 exams taken at the end of each module to evenly spread the load over 5 exam sessions.
  • Distance Learning is 8-12 months and is divided into 5 flexible modules of 2 months with exams taken at the end of each module after several days of intensive residential revision.
  • You can start the course at the beginning of any module (see below) and take the exams at any CAA Exam Centre when ready.
  • All subjects ATPL iBooks included with indefinite updates.
  • Online practice question bank and progress tests included for duration of course.


Residential Course (recommended for those new to aviation)

£4950 (including VAT) 

"A la Carte" Residential (partial course) - POA

Distance Learning Option (usually for more experienced pilots)

£2200 (including VAT) - flexible from 8 to 12 months with up to 5 residential revision weeks included prior to each exam session.


Stand Alone Revision Weeks - for those not enrolled on a course (these are included in the course price for enrolled students)

£300 (including VAT) for 3-5 days.  Or £100 per single day.



Every 2 months - see FAQs or Enrol Now for details



  1. Good value accommodation is readily available on site or in Dunfermline, but not included in price. Typically £300/month all in for a professional standard room in Dunfermline or from £28 per night B&B in local Hotels.
  2. CAA exams can be taken in Scotland or any CAA Centre : their fees are not included (currently £69 per exam in the UK).
  3. CAA required personal planning equipment and 3 CAPs are needed for the course - these are not included in price. 
  4. Personal iPad or Macbook needed for course material and accessing question banks.
  5. Payment terms are on the Application Form on the "Enrol Now" page.