✓ Approved for VA Benefits
The objective of this course is to bridge the knowledge gap between the Commercial pilot and the Airline Transport pilot by methodically integrating academic training, practical training, and flight experience. In addition the course will expose and prepare the applicant to operate safely in those operations which require an ATP AMEL certificate by rule.
Successful completion of the ATP CTP will ensure an ATP AMEL applicant receives the baseline knowledge and experience to prepare them for the duties, responsibilities, and challenges of an air carrier environment. A training center specific and personalized graduation certificate will be distributed to the student after successful completion of all the ATP CTP curriculum requirements.
This ATP CTP course satisfies 14 CFR part 61, §61.156 – Training requirements: Airplane category—multi-engine class rating or airplane type rating concurrently with airline transport pilot certificate.
A person must be at least 18 years old and must meet the minimum experience requirements of one of the following:
§61.73 Military pilots or former military pilots: Special rules; or
§61.75 Private pilot certificate issued on the basis of a foreign pilot license; or
§61.123 ATP AMEL eligibility requirements: Commercial Pilot with an Airplane Multi-engine and Instrument Rating; or
§61.153 (d)(3) Holds either a foreign airline transport pilot license with instrument privileges, or a foreign commercial pilot license with an instrument rating, that was issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and contains no geographical limitations.
Note: An applicant does NOT need a multi-engine rating to enroll in and graduate from this course. A civilian pilot may apply for a restricted ATP certificate as per §61.160. A military pilot who meets the requirements of 14 CFR part 61, §61.73 and §61.153 for an Airline Transport Pilot certificate; airplane category; multi-engine land class ratings may apply for a restricted ATP certificate as per §61.160.
30 hours of ground instruction is foreseen for this course as well as an end of ground course exam. This will be followed by 4 hours of FTD level 4 or higher, followed by 6 hours of FFS level C or D.
HOW LONG IS THE TRAINING
The training should take between six and seven days depending on simulator availability at the time a course is scheduled.