Bridge the transition from commercial pilot certification to airline transport pilot certification.

ATP CTP Course (USA)

The ATP CTP is the starting point for obtaining your FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License and bridge the transition from commercial pilot certification to airline transport pilot certification. We have the industry-leading expertise to guide you.

We provide a wide range of advanced equipment and expert services designed to meet your training needs. We've combined existing technology with the industry's top flight training personnel and business partners to ensure that we've got what it takes to generate top-notch results.

In preparation for the knowledge test, the course content will train participants in navigation, automation, runway safety, high-altitude operations, low-energy states, and upset prevention and recovery utilizing the A320, B737NG, and ERJ190 simulators.

We offer ATP CTP in Dallas, Orlando and Las Vegas.

Course locations and dates

Dallas, TX (DFW)
September 20
September 30
October 4
October 18
October 21
November 1
November 15
December 13

Orlando, FL (MCO)
September 9
September 23
October 7
October 14

TBD
October 28
November 4
November 8
November 19
December 2
December 9

Academic Training Content

  • High-altitude aerodynamics and maneuvering
  • Airplane weather detection systems
  • Advanced physiology/fitness for flight
  • 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

Schedule

  • Academic & Sim Training

    Academic & Sim Training

    8

    days
  • Course priced at

    Course priced at

    $4,995

  • ATP Knowledge Test

    ATP Knowledge Test

    1

    day

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