Program Includes: FAR 135 VFR Ground School and Aircraft Training, FAR 135 IFR Ground School and Aircraft Training, Advanced Systems Training, Glass Cockpit Training, Crew Resource Management Training, Human Factors Training, and the Airline Transport Pilot License.
The Airline Transport Pilot is the highest license a pilot can achieve. A minimum of 1500 flight hours is required. Pre-requisites are completion of Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine and Instructor Ratings (CFI & CFII). Utilizing the Instructor Rating, the pilot is qualified to join Phoenix East as a paid flight instructor to further build flight time and experience (International students must have a valid work authorization through the Department of Homeland Security).
Pilots will also be trained under F.A.R. Part 135 to become single and multi-engine charter pilots. The ATP Program has a greater emphasis on multi-engine crew coordination and includes the CRM/Human Factors course. The Glass Cockpit Course trains the pilot to manage today’s aircraft advanced systems. ATP Program I qualifies the pilot in multi-engine aircraft with knowledge of advanced turbine systems.
At the end of this program the pilot will be trained for the Airline Transport Pilot Certificate. This program will make the pilot ATP Qualified in multi-engine aircraft with knowledge of advance turbine systems. Start your ATP Pilot Training Today, Contact PEA.
- Lab Hours: 1,254
- Lecture/Ground School Hours: 227
- Flight Hours: 1,254
- COST: $18,659
(Ground school, flight exams, written exams and books included)
|ATP Program I|
Pre-requisite: Minimum 250 hours flight time: COMM, INST, ME, CFI, CFII, MEI
|Standardization and Book|
|FAR 135 Single Engine Course||Ground School & Aircraft Training|
|FAR 135 Multi-Engine Course||Ground School & Aircraft Training|
|Advanced Systems Training||Ground School|
|Cockpit Resource Management Training||Ground School|
|Human Factors Training||Ground School|
|Glass Cockpit Training Course||Ground School|
20.0 hours Sim
|ATP Course||7.0 hours Dual PA-34|
3.0 hours Sim ME
7.0 hours Oral ME