What are the admission prerequisites and requirements?
Whether you're starting from zero time or with your private pilot license, learn more about ATP's minimum admission requirements and prerequisites for the Airline Career Pilot Program.
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What is a typical flight training day like?
Each day will be a combination of guided independent study, group study with fellow students, AATD simulator lessons, and flight lessons.
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How should I prepare for my class date?
ATP's Airline Training Programs prepare students for airline pilot careers with an emphasis on nationwide flying experience in multi-engine aircraft.
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What should I bring to training?
Items to bring to training for ATP's Airline Career Pilot Program. This list pertains to students enrolled in ATP's accelerated flight training.
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What is the uniform policy or dress code?
ATP's Student Uniform Policy describes the professional appearances expected of students during flight training, ground school, and simulator sessions at the flight training center.
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Why is Total Immersion Flight Training Best?
Total immersion flight training offers many advantages over slower-paced flight training options. This page summarizes the difference in training methods and which one best fits your learning style.
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What is ATP's Fixed Cost Pricing Policy?
ATP provides up-front, fixed-cost pricing in a way that differentiates us from most other flight schools and academies. With over 30 years of experience, ATP designs our flight training programs with enough flight time for the vast majority of students to be successful.
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What is ATP's attendance policy?
Description of ATP's Training and Refund Policy for students enrolled in the Airline Career Pilot Program.
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Required Knowledge Tests Before My Class Date?
ATP requires Zero Time Airline Career Pilot Program students to complete their Private Pilot Airplane (PAR) FAA Airman Knowledge Test 28 days before their class date. Students entering the Airline Career Pilot Program with credit for their private pilot license must complete their Instrument Rating Airplane (IRA) FAA Airman Knowledge Test 28 days before their class date.
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How Much Time Will I Spend Away From My Primary Training Center?
In an effort to maximize the efficiency of the Airline Career Pilot Program, you will likely be required to spend up to ten weeks away from your primary training center.
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As an Airline Career Pilot Program graduate, can I instruct for ATP?
Yes, having your single-engine, instrument, and multi-engine instructor ratings open more flight instructor opportunities, including flying with ATP.
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Can I use my GI Bill® benefits to pay for the Airline Career Pilot Program?
Benefits can not be used to pay for the Airline Career Pilot Program, but may be used for reimbursement of FAA examiners' fees and knowledge tests.
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