ATP Flight School

Jacksonville Beach Office

Aircraft & Simulators

ATP Jacksonville Craig Airport Flight Training Center

Garmin G500 Equipped

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This training center features 2012-model Piper Seminoles with the Garmin G500 electronic flight deck. Study the G500 information in the Piper Seminole Training Supplement before you arrive for training.

Transportation

Car Rental
Major car rental agencies are located at Jacksonville International Airport.

Lodging

ATP has arranged discounted rates for students at participating Extended Stay Hotels. Visit extendedstayhotels.com and enter the company code "ATP" when booking.

Hampton Inn
(904) 280-9101
Candlewood Suites
(904) 296-7785
Homewood Suites
(904) 733-9299
Homestead Village
(904) 642-9911
Holiday Inn
(904) 737-1700
Best Western Southpoint (ATP Special Rate)
(904) 281-0900
La Quinta Inn Baymeadows
(904) 731-9940
Suburban Lodge
(904) 928-9200
Military: JAX NAS
(904) 542-3138
Military: Cecil BOQ
(904) 778-5255
Military: Mayport BOQ
(904) 270-5423
Military: Navy Lodge
(904) 772-6000

Contact Information

All flight training program information, scheduling, and pre-arrival preparation help is available from ATP Scheduling at 800-ALL-ATPS (800-255-2877).

If you are interested in the Airline Career Pilot Program, the best way to experience training at ATP and learn about our facilities is to schedule an Intro Training Flight.

Our instructors’ schedule demands at this flight training center prevent us from accepting walk-in visitors. If you need to speak with one of our local CFIs, please call 800-ALL-ATPS (800-255-2877) and we will help you make an appointment.


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Testimonials

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ATP Flight Operations

Real-Time Flight Tracker

ATP’s Jacksonville Beach location features our nationwide Flight Operations Center. ATP conducts flights using FAA-standard cockpit resource management and crew-concept techniques. Airline-oriented training in high-density traffic areas requires these techniques to meet the workload requirement of checklists, ATC communication, flight routing, and weather.

All cross-country flights are operated in an airline-style environment and are conducted with flight releases to assist with weather, routing, and performance reviews.

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