Upcoming ATP-CTP Courses

✈️ December 3rd: 2 SLOTS AVAILABLE

✈️ December 17th: 2 SLOTS AVAILABLE

✈️ January 14th 2020: 4 SLOTS AVAILABLE

✈️ February 4th 2020: 8 SLOTS AVAILABLE

✈️ February 18th 2020: 4 SLOTS AVAILABLE


Get Your ATP With Our Certificate Training Program

The FAA’s Highest Certificate

If you’re already a pilot but want to fly passenger and cargo planes, you’ll need to take an ATP certificate training program (ATP-CTP) course. At Alliance Aviation, your pilot training program in Miami and throughout the United States, we offer an eight-day ATP-CTP to prep you for the written exam, which is included with the cost of the course. Our ATP-CTP course meets all the FAA’s training requirements to make you eligible to take the final certification exam. The entire course, including the exam, costs just $3,995. Reach out today to enroll in one of our open airline pilot training courses.

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More Than 25 Years Experience Training Pilots


In Just 6 Days with Alliance Aviation Get All the Training You Need To:

Qualify for the Exam

All pilots seeking to obtain an ATP with multi-engine privilege certification must go through an FAA-approved training program like we offer here at Alliance Training. Upon successful completion of the ATP-CTP, you are eligible to take the written exam. The FAA has strict regulations about when you can qualify to take the exam that include age restrictions (must be 21 years of age or older), pre-requisites (must hold a commercial pilot’s license with an instrument rating), and you must have the necessary flight hours logged, to name just a few. At Alliance Training, we can make sure you have what you need to qualify for the test.

Pass the Test

At Alliance Aviation, our ATP-CTP course gives you the knowledge and confidence necessary to pass the exam and receive your ATP certification. The written exam can cover aerodynamics, automation, flying in different weather conditions, airline operations, leadership development, stall prevention and recovery, operating at high altitudes, how to handle crosswind takeoffs and landings, and much more. During your ATP-CTP training, we will cover everything you need to know to feel prepared for the written examination.

Fly Commercial Planes

Once certified, you’ll have the ability to become an airline pilot and fly commercial planes, including passenger planes with nine or more seats, as well as cargo planes. For those looking for a stable career as an airline pilot, flying commercially is a great option. Having your ATP-CTP can make you a very hirable candidate, as many ATP pilots have spotless safety records and airlines view this committment to quality as a major attribute. Through 30 hours of ground school, 10 hours of flight simulation, and more, our course will get you ready to fly commercially.


“I enjoyed every bit of my training at Alliance Aviation and highly recommend this place for anyone who is looking to undergo their type rating. Let me thank Federico, Denia and the rest of their staff for the lovely training.”
—Randil Perera


ATP-CTP Course with Alliance Aviation Training Includes:

30 Hours Of Academics

Academic training includes advanced navigation concepts, safety, weather detection systems, and more.

10 Hours Simulation

Four hours of your simulation training are with a Level 7 flight training device, and the other six are with a Level C/D full motion flight simulator.

Knowledge Test

Our eight-day program includes the cost of the knowledge test, so you don’t have to go somewhere else and pay an additional fee.


Our Address and Hours of Operation

5600 NW 36th Street Suite #615 
Miami, FL 33166

1100 Lee Wagner Blvd  Suite 107 
Fort Lauderdale FL, 33315

Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Fort Lauderdale Training Center:

1450 Lee Wagener Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

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