ATP Flight School Maintenance Locations

ATP's Maintenance Centers 13 Maintenance Locations Across the USA

ATP is committed to providing students with reliable flight training aircraft to keep their training on time and on budget. Each ATP aviation maintenance technician (AMT) shares a passion for professionalism in aircraft maintenance and a commitment to safety. From preventative maintenance and scheduled inspections, to repairs; every ATP aircraft is carefully monitored and serviced, ensuring ATP's fleet is held to high standards with unsurpassed dispatch reliability.

Dedicated Maintenance Operations

ATP's nationwide maintenance centers are solely dedicated to keeping ATP's fleet operational, so you can meet your training objectives on time. Unlike other maintenance centers, ATP's only services ATP training aircraft.

On-Site Parts Inventory

Each ATP maintenance center has an on-site inventory of engines, propellers, avionics, and other components meaning that no ATP airplane ever waits for a part, keeping your training on track.

Safety-Focused

All maintenance operations are conducted with a commitment to your safety and providing aircraft you can trust. ATP maintenance technicians take pride in ensuring you have access to a reliable fleet, while ATP-owned facilities ensure rigorous standards are met.

Nationwide Coverage

ATP's 13 maintenance bases inspect, service, and repair the entire nationwide fleet. Line maintenance is available at all locations to quickly address unscheduled maintenance needs and keep aircraft flying with minimal interruption.

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ATP's Flight Training Fleet

ATP Flight School owns one of the largest training fleets, consisting of 398 professionally maintained Piper Archers, Seminoles, and Cessna 172s. To ensure the success of Airline Career Pilot Program students, 104 Flight Training Devices are also available, including Frasca Piper Seminole Truflite FTDs, Precision Flight Controls AATDs, and Redbirds.