AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT PART 61

(Single and Multi-Engine Training)

MULTI-ENGINE TRAINING: CERTIFICATION UPON COMPLETION OF COURSE:

  1. Airline Transport Pilot
  2. Airplane Multi-engine Land
  3. Commercial Privileges 
  4. Airplane Single Engine Land 

AIRCRAFT USED FOR TRAINING: 

  1. Cessna 172 (Single engine)
  2. Piper Warrior II, PA-28-161 (Single engine)
  3. Piper Seneca I, PA-34-200 (Multi engine)
  4. Piper Seneca I, PA-34-200 T (Multi engine)
  5. Beeachcraft Travel-Air, B-95 (Multi engine)
  6. Flight Simulator ATC 710 equipped with Garmin 450

SINGLE ENGINE TRAINING: 

CERTIFICATION UPON COMPLETION OF COURSE: Airline Transport Pilot, 
Airplane Singe Engine Land, Instrument Airplane

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Commercial/Instrument Pilot Certificate (FAA or ICAO)  

  1. Minimum age is 23 years.
  2. Minimum Flying Hours, 1500 hours
  3. Minimum Night Flying Hours, 100 hours
  4. Minimum Instrument Flying Hours, 75 hours
  5. Minimum Cross Flying Hours, 500 hours

AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT (ATP) COURSE consists of

  1. Ground School
  2. (Dual) Flight Training (Instructions) 
  3. FAA Written Test Preparation & Examination
  4. Oral Preparation
  5. FAA Flight Test (Certification)  

PLEASE NOTE: 

The ATP sample is based on prior aeronautical experience, as per FAR Part 61.155. If the applicant lacks any part of the FAR, please specify so we can work our a specific training outline.

The following is a copy of the FAR Part 61.155

FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS PART 61.155 

An applicant for an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with an airplane rating must hold a Commercial Pilot certificate for a Foreign Airline Transport Pilot or Commercial Pilot license without limitations, issued buy a member state of ICAO or the FAA, etc.  

An applicant must have had the following 

  1. At least 150 hours of flight time as a pilot in command of airplane or as a co-pilot of an airplane performing the duties and functions of a pilot in command, any combination thereof: at least 100 hours of which were cross- time, 25 hours of which were night flight time, and…  
  2. At least 1,500 hours of flight time as a pilot, including at least, 500 hours of cross- flight time, 100 hours of night flight time, and 75 hours of actual or simulated instrument time, at least 50 hours of which were in actual flight.