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Flight Training Aircraft & Simulators The World’s Largest Flight Training Fleet

ATP owns and operates the largest flight training fleet in the world, with 447 aircraft. This includes single-engine Piper Archers and Cessna Skyhawk 172s and the largest multi-engine fleet, with 90 Piper Seminoles. The majority of ATP’s 447 aircraft are newer model aircraft, which are professionally maintained to the highest standards at ATP’s dedicated maintenance centers.


Current Aircraft Total


Flight Training Devices (FTDs)

Frasca Truflite, Precision Flight Controls AATD, & Redbird


Aircraft Manufactured in Last 6 Years


Average Aircraft Age


Equipped with Garmin Glass Flight Decks

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Training AircraftLearn to Fly in the Best Aircraft

ATP accepts delivery of more new flight training aircraft each year than other schools and flight academies have in their entire fleet. With each aircraft ADS-B compliant, ATP provides flight training students with advanced aircraft, reliably maintained by ATP's safety-focused maintenance centers.

90 Piper PA-44 Seminoles

All of the Piper Seminoles feature a standardized avionics suite that eases the transition between aircraft.

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178 Piper Archer TXs

ATP is currently taking delivery of factory-new Piper Archers. Used in the Airline Career Pilot Program, all of the new aircraft are equipped with Garmin G1000 NXi glass cockpit avionics suites.

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179 Cessna CE-172 Skyhawks

All of ATP's Cessna 172s are equipped with a Garmin Moving-Map GPS system. These aircraft are flown for Private Pilot training and the single-engine add-on portion of your training. ATP's Skyhawk fleet continues to grow, recently accepting delivery of eight new aircraft which was part of an order for 100 factory-new Cessna 172s through 2023.

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I had an excellent experience at ATP… I did the credit for private program and I ended up at Frontier Airlines flying the Airbus A320 just 2 years later. The resources provided, immaculate aircraft, and expert maintenance gave me all the tools I needed to be successful.

Kyle Whiteshide

Frontier Airlines

ATP Flight School Expands Fleet Takes Delivery of Eight New Cessna 172 Skyhawk Pistons

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ATP's Maintenance Centers 16 Maintenance Locations Across the USA

ATP maintains aircraft to high standards at nationwide maintenance facilities. Staffed by only the best technicians, ATP's dedicated maintenance bases provide students with access to reliably maintained training aircraft. Each center has an on-site inventory of engines, propellers, avionics, and other components meaning that no ATP airplane ever waits for a part, while line maintenance at every training center keeps aircraft flying with minimal delays.

SimulatorsFlight Training Devices

Frasca Piper Seminole
Truflite w/GNS 430
Frasca Piper Seminole Truflite FTD
  • 22 Flight Training Devices
  • Equipped with Garmin Moving-Map GPS Systems
  • Multi-Engine FTD
  • Used in Airline Career Pilot Program (unlimited free practice when sim is available!)
Precision Flight Controls
Precision Flight Controls AATD
  • 88 Flight Training Devices
  • 225 Degree Widescreen Visual System
  • Used in Airline Career Pilot Program (unlimited free practice when sim is available!)
Flight Training Device
Redbird FTD
  • 6 Flight Training Devices:
    • 2 FMX
    • 1 LD Systems
    • 3 G1000 Systems
  • Wrap-Around Visuals
  • Used in Airline Career Pilot Program (unlimited free practice when sim is available!)
Regional Jet FTDs
CRJ-200 Regional Jet FTD
  • 5 Flight Training Devices
  • FAA-approved Flight Model
  • Realistic Visuals
  • Used in ATP CTP
Full Flight Simulators (FFS)
Full-Motion, Level D Simulators
Full-Motion Flight Simulators
  • Airbus 320
  • Boeing 737
  • Embraer 145
  • Embraer 170
  • Used in the ATP CTP

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The maintenance on all of ATPs aircraft is impeccable. Anything wrong with the airplanes gets fixed immediately, no paperwork is ever out of place.