What is the uniform policy or dress code?
During training, students must maintain a professional appearance and adhere to the following dress code:
- The ATP Dri-Fit Polo shirt, tucked in. Female students of all programs may choose to wear the ATP Dri-Fit Polf shirts, or another button down or polo shirt, tucked in. Airline Career Pilot Program students receive five free student uniform shirts, included in their ATP Training Bundle.
- Khaki, navy, or black chino pants or dress-shorts, with a belt.
- Dress shoes or sneakers.
Male students must have hair cut above the collar, and must be clean-shaven, as per the standard at most airlines. Female students must pull hair back if it lays past the shoulders. No extreme hair colors are permitted.
Male students may not wear facial jewelry at the training center, or on any flights. Female students may wear one set of earrings, and must be of a length not to interfere with cockpit activities.
Ball caps may be worn only when in the aircraft. The ATP ball cap may be worn at the training center.
Business casual is required for check rides. Ask your instructor for recommendations at your training center.
Please arrive at the beginning of the day with unwrinkled clothes to maintain a neat, clean, and professional look. You are part of a professional training environment. Even if you are not scheduled to fly on a particular day, you must adhere to the student dress code. You will be sent home each day that you do not comply.
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