All In With Archer
As featured in the March issue of Plane & Pilot Magazine, the Piper Archer is the preferred single-engine training aircraft in ATP's fleet for students in the Airline Career Pilot Program.
Training With Seminoles
Plane & Pilot Magazine's May issue discusses ATP's fleet of Piper Seminoles, used for multi-engine training in the Airline Career Pilot Program.
Earn Your Multi-Engine Rating — ATP’s 10-hour Course Trains You In A Piper Seminole In Just Four Days.
Plane & Pilot Magazine reviews multi-engine flight training at ATP's Phoenix-Mesa training center, in the November issue.
Airline Transport Professionals — ATP's Nationwide Centers Offer Top-Notch Ab Initio Training
Plane & Pilot Magazine recently paid a visit to ATP's Phoenix-Mesa training center. Find out what they had to say about the new facility and flying with ATP in the October issue.
Airline Transport Professionals — Preparing Pilots for Professional Airline Careers Since 1984
Plane & Pilot’s March 2012 issue featured an article discussing the competitive edge ATP students receive and the value of seniority.
To Boldly Go... An Aspiring Airline Pilot’s Budding Journey
AOPA Flight Training’s February 2011 issue featured the story of Lindsay Burns, an ATP Airline Career Pilot Program graduate.
The Accidental Aviator
AOPA Pilot’s December 2009 issue featured the story of Erika Thompson, an ATP Airline Career Pilot Program student who pursued her dreams with ATP.
Airline Transport Professionals — You can’t argue with ATP’s Success
Plane & Pilot Magazine September 2009 issue featured an article on Airline Transport Professionals. The story covered ATP's programs, locations, equipment and overall success in the airline training industry.
Flight School Review — Airline Transport Professionals
Flying’s June 2009 issue featured an article on Airline Transport Professionals. The story covered ATP's programs, locations, equipment and overall success in the airline training industry.
Building Quality Flight Time
AOPA Flight Training's June 2009 Career Pilot section had a fantastic article on the importance of building quality flight time. ATP’s Airline Career Pilot Program provides 165 Hours Multi-Engine Experience with over 100 Hours Multi-PIC.
5 Reasons to Launch a Pilot Career Now — Even with a slowing domestic economy, a piloting career makes sense today
Plane & Pilot’s October 2008 issue covered 5 Reasons To Launch a Pilot Career Now.
Pilots: Joiwind Alexander
AOPA Pilot’s May 2008 issue featured the story of Joiwind Alexander, who started her career path to the airlines at ATP.
Bridging the Gap — Shortcuts to the Flight Deck
ATP’s Regional Jet Program and Letters of Agreement, featured in the June 2007 Issue of AOPA Flight Training Magazine.
Airline Transport Professionals — Developing Competitive Airline Applicants
Plane & Pilot’s March 2006 issue featured ATP’s Airline Training Programs.