Steps to Enrollment Airline Career Pilot Program Admissions Process
Apply for Financing
Complete your no-obligation financing application. Researching financing options early allows you to begin budgeting and preparing for your new career. The proven track record of graduates allows ATP to work with multiple lenders, offering full financing for commercial pilot training with full loan payment deferment until you begin flying as an airline pilot.
Start mapping your airline pilot career by researching what financing options are available to you. There is no obligation to accept a loan or begin training with ATP by applying and if you are approved, you will be eligible for a free Introductory Training Flight with ATP.Step 3
Start Your Airline Career Today!
Once you schedule your class date, you will gain immediate access to the following resources, so you can start training to become an airline pilot!
- ATP Student Extranet
- Kings Schools Courseware
- Comprehensive Online Training Library
- ATP Elevate - Interactive Ground School Webinars
- ATP Training Bundle, Supplements, and Books (shipped to you)
For more information, review the Online Training Resources page.
Reserve Your Class Date
Reserve your class date with a $995 non-refundable deposit, by calling ATP Admissions at 904-595-7930. The $995 non-refundable and non-transferable payment will be applied to the cost of your program and is required to reserve your start date.
As your Airline Career Pilot Program class date approaches, ATP’s training support staff and team of flight instructors will stay in touch, and be available seven days a week to help you prepare.Before your class date, you must obtain an FAA First Class Medical Certificate and meet all of ATP's admissions prerequisites.
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