Airbus A320 Type Rating Course
48-Hour Program$14,995* / 14 Days
- Manuals, Cockpit Panels and Study Guides.
- 48 Hours Ground Instruction
- 2 Hours FAA Oral Examination
- 20 Hours Full Flight Simulator Training, including 4 Hours Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT)**
- Includes 2 Hours FAA Simulator Checkride
ATP requires a $1,500 payment to reserve your class date. Remaining payment is due upon arrival for training. Acceptable forms of payment are the following: American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, cash, cashier's check, money order, certified check, and traveler's checks. These checks must be made out to “ATP”. Personal and company checks are not accepted. Evaluator fees are included.
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Training facilities are located near Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) at ATP Jet Simulation.
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Multiple classes are available each month and can be scheduled by calling +1-904-595-7995.
Ground school start time is 0800. Airline training centers operate 24/7. Expect your simulator session to be scheduled any time of day or night, just like airline training.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
ATP requires a $1500 non-refundable payment to reserve your class date. The remaining balance will be due at check-in.
You will be training at airline training centers that have strict dress codes. The dress code for all training is business casual. Wear a collared shirt, long pants and business shoes. Military flight suits, shorts, jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes and open-toed shoes are not acceptable.
Once you have been accepted as a student and an international fee of $350 has been paid, ATP will issue you an I20 to take to the embassy to apply for an M-1 visa.
Every student who is not a US citizen will need to apply for TSA approval; even if you hold a permanent resident card.
Additional A320 Programs
If you need additional ground school (no self-study before arrival) or have specific qualifying PIC/SIC experience, you may be eligible for the following program variations.
|32-Hour Program||48-Hour Program||80-Hour Program|
|Duration||10 Days||14 Days||20 Days|
|Ground Instruction & Simulator|
|Ground Instruction||32 Hours||48 Hours||80 hours|
|Simulator Time**||16 Hours||20 Hours||24 Hours|
|Additional Simulator Time for Checkride||2 Hours||2 Hours||2 Hours|
|Pre-Arrival Prep Prerequisites|
|50 Hours Self-Study|
|Pass Pre-Study Test Upon Arrival (80% minimum score)|
|Valid FAA Commercial Pilot License or Higher Category|
|Valid Multi-Engine and Instrument Rating|
|Possess ATP (ATM) Knowledge Test Score Report (if applying for an ATP rating)|
|Be Instrument Proficient|
|500 Hours PIC or SIC in A320, or;
100 Hours PIC or SIC in past 12 months, or;
50 Hours PIC or SIC in A320 in past 6 months
* Discounted crew price when you bring a training partner enrolled in the same program. Attending course without a full-paying partner increases price by $5,000.
** Flight times are providing you bring a training partner enrolled in the same program. Attending course without a full-paying partner will result in reduced Simulator time.