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ATP CTP & ATP Multi-Engine CertificateComprehensive ATP CTP Training Program

Achieve the gold standard in pilot training, the Multi-Engine ATP.

  • 30 Hours Ground School
  • 4 Hours Fixed-Base Training Device
  • 6 Hours Full-Motion Simulator
  • ATM Knowledge Prep & Test
  • 8 Hours of ATP Flight Training
  • ATP Multi-Engine Practical Test

$7,995 / 12 Days

Full Financing Available for Entire Program

GI Bill® Eligible for ATP CTP Portion

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Program Details Comprehensive Training at a Fixed Cost

Itinerary
Training
Payment
Location
Scheduling
Prerequisites
Required Items
Policies
Itinerary

Itinerary

Days 1-4

Ground School

Classroom instruction of 30 hours will include aerodynamics, high altitude operations, air carrier operations, weather phenomena and weather detection systems, leadership, professional development, crew resource management, and safety culture. Ground school start time is 0800.
Day 5

FTD

FTD training will include 4 hours of training in a fixed-base training device, with instruction on navigation, flight management systems, and automation.
Days 6-7

Simulator

Simulator training includes a total of 6 hours in a full-motion simulator, with instruction on low energy states/stalls, upset recovery techniques, and adverse weather conditions. Airline training centers operate 24/7. Expect your simulator session to be scheduled any time of day or night, just like airline training.
Days 8

ATM Knowledge Test

Your graduation certificate demonstrates that you have completed the training program required by §61.156, and will have met the prerequisite required by §61.35(a)(2) for the ATM knowledge test. Before attempting the ATM knowledge test, you should be able to consistently receive a 90% on the Sheppard Air practice tests.

ATP Multi-Engine Certificate

Days 9
Check-In
Check-in time is 8:00 a.m. Check-in includes logbook and qualification review and course payment.
Ground Training
Ground training will include a review of the Airman Certification Standards, airplane manuals, and the ATP Piper Seminole Training Supplement (which should be memorized prior to arrival).
ATP Flight Training
8 hours will be allocated to flight training. Simulator (AATD) time may be included, depending on location and availability.
Days 10-11
ATP Flight Training
Continue flight training to reach up to 8 hours.
Day 12
ATP Practical Test
Prior to your practical test, your instructor will review your application and paperwork and answer any questions you may have. The oral and flight portion of the practical test will take approximately 5 hours.
Training

Training

Bridge the knowledge gap.

This program meets the requirements of FAR 61.156. It bridges the knowledge gap between a pilot who holds a commercial pilot certificate and a pilot operating in an air carrier environment. Successful completion of the ATP CTP will ensure an ATP applicant receives the baseline knowledge and experience to prepare them for the duties, responsibilities, and challenges of an air carrier environment.

Ground School

30 hours of classroom-style ground school includes four modules:

  1. Aerodynamics (8 hours)
  2. Meteorology (2 hours)
  3. Air Carrier Operations (14 hours)
  4. Leadership & CRM (6 hours)

FSTD Training

4 hours of fixed-base training device (FSTD) training will include:

  • Navigation and flight management systems
  • Automation including autoflight

Full Flight Simulator Training

6 hours of full flight simulator training will include:

  • Low energy states/stalls
  • Upset recovery techniques
  • Adverse weather conditions, including icing, thunderstorms, and crosswinds with gusts

Flight Training

Up to 8 hours training per ATP ACS

Practical Test

  • Application Review
  • Oral Practical Test
  • Flight Practical Test
Payment

Cost & Payment

ATP requires a $495 non-refundable payment to reserve your class date. The remaining balance will be due at check-in.

Acceptable forms of payment are the following: American Express, MasterCard, Discover, Visa. Checks are not accepted.

Designated Pilot Examiner’s Fee

The examiner’s fee is not included in the course cost. This fee ranges from $800 to $1,000 depending on the location and is payable directly to the examiner in cash only.

Location

ATP CTP Location

Training facilities for the ATP CTP are located near Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) at ATP Jets training center.

ATP Knowledge Test Locations

Take the ATM knowledge test at ATP Jets training center.

ATP Multi-Engine Certificate Locations

This program is offered at these ATP Flight Training Centers:

Scheduling

Scheduling

Schedule your class date by calling 904-595-7995. ATP Jets requires a $495 non-refundable payment to reserve your class date. The remaining balance will be due at check-in.

Classes Start Every Monday

Start Time

Check In time is 0730.

Ground school start time is 0800.

Airline training centers operate 24/7. Expect your simulator session to be scheduled any time of day or night, just like airline training.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites

To be eligible for this program you must:

  • Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Hold an Airplane Multiengine Land Rating
  • Hold an Instrument Airplane Rating
  • Read, speak, write, and understand the English language
  • Be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Copy of your Sheppard Air Prep Practice Test with a Score Report of at least 90%
  • All Airman Certificates
    • Non-U.S. Pilot Certificate Holders: Call 904-595-7950 for latest requirements
    • U.S. Military Pilots Taking Checkride Based on Military Experience: Documented Military experience
  • FAA Medical Certificate
  • Headset, View Limiting Device (if you have your favorite), Kneeboard and/or iPad
  • Be at Least 23 Years of Age
  • Have Documented Flight Time per FAR 61.159 Requirements:
    • 1,500 Hours Total Time:
      • 500 Hours Cross Country Time
      • 100 Hours Night Time
      • 75 Hours Instrument Time of Actual or Simulated Instrument Time:
        • 50 Hours Must be in an Airplane
      • 250 Hours PIC Airplane
      • 50 Hours Airplane Multi-Engine Land
  • Be Instrument Current and Instrument Proficient
  • Have Thorough Knowledge of Material in the ATP Piper Seminole Training Supplement
    (Provided to you before arriving for your training program.)
Required Items

Required Items

You must bring the following items for your training program:

  • Identification
      U.S. Citizens:
    • Un-expired, Valid US Passport (Blue), OR
    • Original or Certified Copy of Government-Issued Birth Certificate and a valid government-issued photo ID
      (Birth certificate must meet acceptable criteria.)
  • All Pilot Certificates
  • All Pilot Logbooks and/or Documented Military experience
  • The ATP CTP is VA approved. If you intend to apply for the GI Bill® to help pay for this program (available in Dallas only), you must also bring the following required enrollment documentation:
    • Certificate of eligibility
    • Photocopy of Joint Services Transcript (or USAF transcripts)
    • First Class FAA Medical dated within the last 6 months
  • Web-enabled Mobile Device (iOS/Android phone/tablet)
  • Provide your FTN (FAA Tracking Number). If you do not know your FTN or do not have one, please log in or create an account with Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application (IACRA).
Note: If you do not bring the required GI Bill® documents, you will not be eligible for GI Bill® reimbursement.

Dress Code

You will be training at airline training centers that have strict dress codes. The dress code for all training is business casual. Wear a collared shirt, long pants and business shoes. Military flight suits, shorts, jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes and open-toed shoes are not acceptable.

Policies

Training & Refund Policy

Flight times are approximate. You will receive flight training up to 8 hours, giving you approximately 10 hours once you complete the practical test. ATP allocates 2.0 hours for the practical test due to varying practical test times.

ATP’s training is provided as a complete program and not provided as training at an hourly “rate.”

At any time, both you and ATP have the right to terminate your participation for any reason. If your training is terminated, you will be charged $600/Hr. for Multi-Engine, $150/Hr. for AATD and $30/Hr. for Ground School. If you elect to terminate your training, in addition to the hourly rates listed above you will also be charged $495.00 non-refundable course deposit.

In the unlikely event that you fail the practical test, you may obtain extra training as a one-hour-block program for $500. This will include flight training from 0.9 to 1.3 hours, ground school, pre- and post-flight briefings, and the use of the aircraft for the re-check (Examiner's fee is separate, and still applies).

ATP makes every effort to successfully complete your flight program within the allocated flight time. We have become the number one multi-engine flight training company by consistently achieving this goal.

Financing Options Available

Lenders offer their best loan products to ATP students.

Sallie Mae and Wells Fargo both offer student loans to ATP Type Rating, ATP CTP and Aircraft Dispatcher applicants. Only ATP can get you access to student loans like these.

Loan amounts may include the cost of the program and living expenses incurred during training. Apply now with no obligation to start training or accept an offer.

GI Bill® Eligible

This program is approved to train veterans under the GI Bill. Please call (904) 595-7995 for details.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

ATM Knowledge Test Locations

Take the ATM knowledge test at ATP training centers nationwide.

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What Others Have to SayReviews & Testimonials

Envoy Air pilot and ATP CTP graduate Swayne shares his experience training at ATP Jets.

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Mark Myers (left) is an active duty USAF KC-135 pilot, who will be retiring from the Air Force soon and returning to American Airlines, where he was previously an MD-80 First Officer. Robert Terry III (right) is a new-hire at GoJet Airlines.

“Great program! I really got a lot out of the curriculum as it bridges the gap between General Aviation and Part 121 Air Carrier Operations. Highly professional instructors!”

Dwayne VanMeerten

ATP CTP Graduate

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GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.