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2017 Course Information
The Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program (ATP CTP) fulfills the requirements of FAR 61.156. It includes both ground training and flight training segments.
The ground training segment bridges the gap between the knowledge of the commercial pilot and that which is expected of an ATP certificate holder, specifically in the areas of aerodynamics, automation, adverse weather conditions, turbine engines, and transport airplane performance in accordance with Advisory Circular 61-138.
The flight training segment is completed in a variety of simulators. In Atlanta we offer training in the CRJ Level D simulator and in Houston we offer training in the EMB145/Legacy or ATR 72 Level C/D flight simulators.
Upon successful completion of the ATP CTP and once all other requirements have been met, the candidate will be eligible to take the ATP written test. The pilot will become familiar with recognizing, avoiding, and recovering from errors which can occur when operating turbine-powered transport category airplanes in a complex and dynamic environment.
The pilot must possess a valid Commercial Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating and Multi-Engine Rating; or equivalent foreign license.