Confident male pilot in uniform keeping arms crossed and smiling with airplane in the background
Confident male pilot in uniform keeping arms crossed and smiling with airplane in the backgroundConfident male pilot in uniform keeping arms crossed and smiling with airplane in the background

FAA ATP-CTP

$4,995.00

PROGRAM INFORMATION
· High altitude aerodynamics and maneuvering
· Airplane weather detection systems
· Advanced physiology/tness for light
· Multi-crew communication training
· Multi-crew environment checklist usage
· Low-visibility operations
· Advanced navigation concepts unique
· to air carrier operations
· Air carrier safety culture to include safety programs used to enhance air carrier safety, including:
· ASAP – Aviation Safety Action Program
· FOQA – Flight Operational Quality Assurance
· LOSA – Line Operations Safety Audits
· ASRA – Aviation Safety Reporting System
  • 4 days/30 hours of Academic Training
  • 3 days/10 hours of Simulator Training
  • 4 hours – Level 7 Flight Training Device
  • 6 hours – Level C/D Full Motion Flight Simulator
  • Knowledge Test Included
  • 8 Day Total Program (with Knowledge Test)
As of August 1, 2014, all pilots seeking an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with multi-engine privileges are first required to complete an FAA-approved ATP – CTP training curriculum before taking the ATP knowledge test. Upon graduation from this course, you will then be eligibility to take the ATP written exam.
The ATP-CTP course must include at least 30 hours of classroom instruction and at least 10 hours of simulator training we do this in a A320 – of which a minimum of 6 hours must be done in a level C or higher full flight simulator.
In preparing you to obtain the FAA’s highest certificate, the training will cover aerodynamics, automation, adverse weather conditions, air carrier operations, transport airplane performance, professionalism, leadership and development.